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"A Girl Like You" singer volunteered with Vets Returning Home
Group returns to Nashville's Ryman Auditorium on September 15th
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"I don't agree with what [Donald Trump] agrees with, so my voice is going to be heard by not doing that," Golden State Warriors player said
'Hamilton' creator joined 'Late Late Show' host for partially nude production of 1967 rock musical, staged at L.A. traffic light
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Singer balances pop and country urges in video for title track
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As George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, late night hosts defended themselves against President Trump's Robert E. Lee comparisons on 'Weekend Update'
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'Super Mario Sunshine' didn’t cause a splash at release, but it transformed the careers of Nintendo’s brightest designers
Wrestler plans to make the most of what is arguably the biggest opportunity of his career on Sunday
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In the wake of John Lennon's assassination, 'Rolling Stone' entered the fight for meaningful gun control. Four decades later, the battle rages on
Former California governor calls out Trump, hate groups on racism, bigotry in new video