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Ferguson Rally Marks 3 Weeks After Brown's Death

Rally in Ferguson held 3 weeks after Brown’s death; attendees say movement just beginning …read more

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Washington schools move toward national standards

By By DONNA GORDON BLANKINSHIP SEATTLE (AP) — Despite opposition from Washington teachers and their union about new national education standards and the tests that will judge how they are being taught, the state is ploughing ahead with its plans to embrace Common Core…. …read more

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Corvette Museum to Completely Fill in Sinkhole

Corvette Museum board decides to fill in entire sinkhole that swallowed 8 prized sports cars …read more

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Ferguson Slowly Starting to Make Comeback

Ferguson slowly starting to make a comeback after rioting, looting in wake of Brown shooting …read more

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6 Die in Fire at Eastern North Carolina Home

6 people found dead after fire sweeps through home in eastern North Carolina …read more

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Teen Crashes Lamborghini During Test Drive, Dies

Teen taking test drive in Lamborghini dies in crash; excessive speed believed a factor …read more

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A History of Casino Revenue, Jobs in Atlantic City

A history of gambling revenue and employment in Atlantic City since casinos launched in 1978 …read more

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Atlantic City Losing 2 Casinos, 5K Jobs in 3 Days

In Atlantic City, 2 casinos and 5,000-plus jobs to be lost in 1 nightmare weekend …read more

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Full Episode: Nightline 8/29: Lunch Break Lift: Breast Enhancement Procedure Only Takes 20 Mins

California’s Extreme Drought Threatened Thousands of Fish …read more

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John Legend Teaming Up with Country Star Lee Ann Womack for "CMT Crossroads"

By Andrea Dresdale

ABC/Randy HolmesKaty Perry did it not long ago….now it’s John Legend‘s turn to sing with a country star for the CMT series Crossroads.

John is teaming up with Lee Ann Womack, best known to pop fans for her 2000 Top 20 hit “I Hope You Dance.” The two will sing alternate versions of each other’s hits and duet on others, in a taping scheduled to take place in Franklin, Tennessee — just outside of Nashville — before the special premieres in September.

This won’t be John’s first foray into country: in June, he performed his smash “All of Me” at the CMT Awards with country stars Jennifer Nettles and Hunter Hayes.

Fans can enter CMT’s Destination Crossroads sweepstakes to win airfare, hotel and spending money for the taping between now and September 10. CMT Crossroads: John Legend and Lee Ann Womack airs September 26 at 10 p.m. ET.

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