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Watch Queens of the Stone Age’s Josh Homme order security to let fans into VIP area

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Trump said he trusts the U.S. intelligence community, calls Putin’s denial ‘strong’

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Ariana Grande tops “Billboard’s” Pop Songs airplay chart with “No Tears Left to Cry”

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Blink-182’s Travis Barker wonders “who’s tryna kill me” after being hit by a school bus in car accident

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Watch Disturbed cover Pantera’s “Walk” in honor of Vinnie Paul

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Taylor Swift gets stuck in mid-air after technical glitch at Philly show

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Watch Jack White jam “Rockin’ in the Free World” with Pearl Jam

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Island Strong: Kenny Chesney & the No Shoes Nation shotski that survived Hurricane Irma

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Country star trivia

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Billy Joel talks 100th Madison Square Garden show milestone: “I think that’s luck”

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Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page returns to Capitol for second day of grilling

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Serena Williams dedicates Wimbledon run to ‘all moms’

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Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler to continue Trump’s agenda at EPA after Pruitt’s resignation

By BM Mark Wilson/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Scott Pruitt’s resignation from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) marked the end of a tumultuous time at the agency, but when it comes to policy the new acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler is not expected to change course. Wheeler is expected to continue walking back regulations proposed under the Obama administration, many of which President Donald Trump and Pruitt have called an overreach of the EPA’s authority. When it comes to reforming rules intended to combat climate change, Wheeler told The Washington Post that he does believe people have an impact on climate. But when …

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Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn appears in court, but still awaits sentencing

By BM Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — President Donald Trump’s former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn appeared in court on Tuesday. But the hearing didn’t provide a resolution to the military man’s legal battles, or additional information about his cooperation in the ongoing Russia probe. Instead, today’s roughly 20-minute proceeding was more of a meet and greet between U.S. Federal Judge Emmitt Sullivan, Flynn, his defense attorneys, and special counsel Robert Mueller’s team. This was the first hearing Judge Sullivan presided over in the case since accepting the assignment, and Flynn’s first court appearance since last December when he pleaded …

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China Shifts Gears to Support Economic Growth

Fall-offs in factory output and investment in buildings, machinery and such are weighing on China’s growth, which came in at 6.7%, complicating Beijing’s task in managing the world’s second-largest economy amid a trade conflict with the U.S. Source:: World News

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