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Lindsey Vonn bested by Italian in likely last Olympic downhill race

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The recipe for success Chris Stapleton borrowed from ZZ Top

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From the “Back Road” to the Speedway, Sam Hunt is headed to the Indy 500

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Nashville notes

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Mary J. Blige says this “hero” is responsible for her Oscar nominations

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Watch as Adam, Kelly, Alicia and Blake transform into a Rat Pack Vegas lounge act in new ‘Voice’ promo

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Saudi Efforts to Aid War-Torn Yemen Stall

Saudi Arabia and its allies are giving $1.5 billion to their war-ravaged neighbor, but their ability to fix the country’s humanitarian crisis is limited by their status as combatants—and because many aid groups are reluctant to take their money. Source:: World News

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North Korea Pulled Out of Pence Meeting at Last Minute

North Korea canceled a secretly planned meeting with Vice President Mike Pence during his trip to the Winter Olympics in South Korea this month, a session that would have amounted to the highest-level visit between the U.S. and North Korea in years. Source:: World News

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British Columbia Cracks Down on Foreign Housing Speculators

In its latest attempt to curb fast-rising home prices, the Canadian province of British Columbia said it would introduce stiffer measures targeting offshore investors looking to park their cash in Vancouver properties. Source:: World News

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Which lawmakers got the most NRA money?

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Trump tweet ‘not necessarily’ linking shooting to Russia investigation: Sanders

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Palestinian Leader Mahmoud Abbas at U.N. Says U.S. Can’t Lead Peace Effort

Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas at a Security Council meeting called for an international conference this year to restart Middle East peace negotiations, in a clear jab at Washington’s historically central role in resolving the crisis. Source:: World News

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The Eagles’ 2018 tour now includes more than 50 dates

By Music News Group Credit: Myriam SantosThe Eagles have added five more dates to their already-expansive 2018 North American tour, which now features more than 50 concerts. The new shows are scheduled for September 15 at The Forum in Inglewood, California; October 9 at Madison Square Garden in New York City; October 12 at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey; October 14 at Detroit’s Little Caesar Arena; and October 15 at Chicago’s United Center. The Forum show is the third gig at the Los Angeles-area venue on the 2018 trek, while the Detroit and Chicago concerts will be the …

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Coheed and Cambria plots co-headlining tour with Taking Back Sunday

By Music News Group Credit: LeAnn MuellerCoheed and Cambria will hit the road this summer on a co-headlining tour with Taking Back Sunday. The joint trek kicks off July 6 in Miami, and will conclude August 12 in Phoenix. Visit CoheedandCambria.com for ticket info. “It’s funny, we’ve been friends all of this time but we’ve never done a full tour together,” says Taking Back Sunday drummer Mark O’Connell. “We ran into each other at some festivals last year and got to talking about it and here we are.” Coheed’s most recent album, The Color Before the Sun, was released in …

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President Trump says he wants to improve background checks, but budget calls for cuts

By Anthony Pucik iStock/Thinkstock(WASHINGTON) — While the White House has said President Donald Trump is “supportive of efforts” to update the nation’s background check system in the wake of the Florida high school shooting last week, the president’s proposed budget for 2019 would actually roll back federal grants to help states in reporting to the national background check system. Under the proposed FY 2019 budget, which the administration rolled out just two days before the deadly Parkland, Fla. shooting that left 17 people dead, proposed federal spending for the grants that help states improve the completeness of the records they …

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