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In March 13, 2015, file photo, U.S. rapper Nelly approaches the stage for a concert in Irbil, northern Iraq. Nelly is facing felony drug charges after being arrested in Tennessee, Saturday, April 11, 2015, according to a Tennessee Highway Patrol news release. Comment?
More than seven decades after an audacious bombing run by the "Doolittle Tokyo Raiders" rallied their own nation while stunning another, the World War II heroes are still adding to their legacy. The group will receive the Congressional Gold Medal on April 15 in Washington then present it on April 18 - the 73rd anniversary of the raid - to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Comment?
Diane Hancock, of Evansville, Ind., waits for a bus to take her home after work on S. Green River Road as snow falls, Wednesday afternoon, March 4, 2015, in Evansville, Ind. A winter storm was in its early stages and had dropped about an inch of snow on the area before Hancock announced, "there's my limousine." Comment?
Canadian and international researchers have shown a new approach to treating some devastating strokes could dramatically lower the toll these brain attacks cause. The new technique, which involves extracting large clots from the brain arteries they block, should substantially lower the number of deaths caused by stroke and make an enormous difference in post-stroke quality of life, several research teams reported at the American Stroke Association conference in Nashville, Tenn. Comment?
In small-town community centres, schools, churches and a vast city convention centre, immigrant advocates are spreading the word about President Barack Obama's plan to give millions of immigrants living in the U.S. illegally a temporary reprieve. The November announcement promising work permits and protection from deportation made a splash, but lawyers say the events are crucial to dispel rumours about eligibility, ward off fraud, and help immigrants determine what they might need to apply. Comment?
Ronnie Milsap, the blind country-soul singer and pianist, joined bluegrass vocalist Mac Wiseman and the late songwriter Hank Cochran as the newest members of the Country Music Hall of Fame on Sunday. During the ceremony in Nashville, Tennessee, 71-year-old Milsap, 89-year-old Wiseman and Suzi Cochran, Hank's widow, were honoured by country artists Vince Gill, Martina McBride and Hunter Hayes with tribute performances at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Comment?
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