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- U.S. Launches Military Airstrikes Against Iranian-Backed Militants In SyriaThe Thursday strikes targeted Iranian-backed groups in eastern Syria in response to rocket attacks against Americans in Iraq.
- Senate Can't Vote On $15 Minimum Wage, Parliamentarian RulesThe Senate parliamentarian informed lawmakers that a plan to gradually increase the federal minimum wage to $15 by 2025 does not fit the complicated rules that govern budget bills in the Senate.
- TikTok To Pay $92 Million To Settle Class-Action Suit Over 'Theft' Of Personal DataThe proposed settlement applies to 89 million TikTok users in the U.S. whose personal data was allegedly tracked and sold to advertisers in violation of state and federal law.
- Carrie Underwood Shares the Reason Behind Including “Softly and Tenderly” on Her Upcoming AlbumOn March 26, Carrie Underwood will release My Savior, a collection of gospel hymns she grew up singing in church. Many of the songs are uplifting and hopeful, but she says one song, “Softly and Tenderly,” is particularly meaningful. In a behind-the-scenes video, Underwood recounted performing the song during the “In Memoriam” segment of the... […]
- Kane Brown Launches Verse 2, His Own Publishing CompanyNot content to rest on his laurels of starting his own label, 1021 Entertainment, Kane Brown has also launched Verse 2 — his own publishing company, as a joint venture with Sony Music Publishing Nashville. This continues Brown’s building of a musical empire of sorts with Sony, as 1021 is also a joint venture with... […]
- Luke Bryan Gets “Emotional” When He Thinks About Getting Back on the RoadLuke Bryan’s in the midst of a push for Born Here Live Here Die Here, his gold-selling seventh studio album that has yielded two top-five singles, “One Margarita” and “Down To One.” The star can also currently be seen as a judge on the current season of American Idol. However, during an artist Q&A at... […]
- 'Minari' Director Reflects On The Yi Family's Experience, And Parallels To His OwnDirector Lee Isaac Chung's film is loosely based on his childhood. He tells NPR he's not trying to refute the idea of the American dream, but to speak to the feeling of "maybe waking up from a dream."
- Tim O'Brien On Late-In-Life Fatherhood And The Things He Carried From VietnamNow 74, O'Brien didn't become a father until his late 50s. He reflects on writing, mortality and his experiences in Vietnam in the new documentary, The War and Peace of Tim O'Brien.
- 'Minari' Follows A Family's Immigration With Humor, Humanity And HopeLee Isaac Chung's semi-autobiographical film centers on a South Korean family trying to make it as farmers in rural Arkansas. Minari proves that a small story can feel bigger than a blockbuster.