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Dierks Bentley and Cam have been added to the lineup for the ACM Party for a Cause Songwriter Showcase, which is set to take place in Las Vegas on March 31. Continue reading…
It has been over three weeks since Chuck Wicks and members of the America's Morning Show were involved in a car accident that lead to the singer being hospitalized, but Wicks returned to the air on Thursday (March 22). Continue reading…
Garth Brooks didn't get much rest during the recent SXSW music and media festival in Austin. The country superstar dropped a new single, gave an important speech and even surprised fans with a one-of-a-kind intimate acoustic performance. Continue reading…
Blake Shelton granted one 70-year-old woman her birthday wish recently when he allowed her to plant a big kiss on his cheek in concert. Continue reading…
There's a song on RaeLynn's new Wildhorse album that she struggles to sing live. During "Diamonds" she takes a moment to honor her husband Josh Davis, who's currently in boot camp. Continue reading…
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LONDON (Reuters) - Five people were killed and about 40 injured in London on Wednesday after a car plowed into pedestrians and a suspected Islamist-inspired attacker stabbed a policeman close to Britain's parliament.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Republican chairman of the U.S. House of Representatives intelligence committee set off a political firestorm on Wednesday when he said the communications of members of Donald Trump's transition team were caught up in incidental surveillance targeting foreigners.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump and Republican congressional leaders appeared on Wednesday to be losing the battle to get enough support in the House of Representatives to pass their Obamacare rollback bill, watched by wary investors in financial markets.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Leaders of the Congressional Black Caucus met with President Donald Trump on Wednesday about infrastructure and reducing urban crime, calling the sit-down a "positive" first step toward finding common ground.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch said on Wednesday presidents must obey court orders and expressed uncertainty about language in the Constitution barring U.S. government officials from taking payments from a foreign country as Democrats grilled him on issues involving President Donald Trump.
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