Adele’s “Letting Down” Fans “Gently”

Mar 27, 2017 3

Is Adele saying goodbye to touring indefinitely?

FOX’s Michelle Pollino reports:

This could be the final farewell tour for Adele…

Or is it goodbye? During a stop in Aukland on her current tour for her latest album, the British soul singer according to the New Zealand Herald, told the audience Sunday that “touring isn’t something I’m good at.”

She took it a step further saying she doesn’t know if she “will ever tour again.” The Grammy winning singer is on the final leg of her tour, before she formerly finishes in her hometown. She’ll play four sold-out shows in Wembley Stadium this summer.

Michelle Pollino, ……READ MORE

Cost of North Carolina Bathroom Bill

Mar 27, 2017 3

Exactly how much money is North Carolina’s “Transgender Bathroom Bill” costing the state? One review puts the amount in the billions of dollars in the years to come.

FOX’s Eben Brown reports:

North Carolina’s law demanding people use public restrooms according to birth gender has long been understood to have a negative economic impact on the state, as certain big businesses have opted to cancel expansion plans and both college and pro-sports leagues have reduced their presence in North Carolina too.

A study by the Associated Press says over the next 12 years, the state might lose on three-and three-quarter billion in ……READ MORE

“The Big Bend” Building in NYC Would Be Longest Building in the World, If Built

Mar 27, 2017 2

A new building is in the planning stages for New York City that could outshine some of the most unusual architecture in the world.

FOX’s Tonya J. Powers has more:

New York City is known for its tall buildings, skyscrapers, and interesting architecture. Now, a new building plan that goes “long” instead of “tall” is getting a lot of attention.

It’s the brainchild of a Greek-born architect, who envisions a u-shaped building. His idea is for a skinny, curved structure that would be 4,000 feet long and, if built, would be the longest building in the world.

It would straddle Billionaire’s Row on 57th ……READ MORE

World War II Vet Receives Purple Heart Seven Decades Later

Mar 27, 2017 5

Better late than never, a top military honor bestowed on a courageous paratrooper.

FOX’s Jack Callaghan the story:

Oscar Davis Jr. beaming with pride when the commander of the 1st Battalion, 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne division, pinned the Purple Heart on his chest over the weekend.

Nevermind the honor was 72 years late. Davis was a radio operator, hurt during the Battle of the Bulge, in World War II. He was knocked down by a chunk of shrapnel from German artillery in the Ardennes forest in Belgium. His radio backpack saved him, but the shell knocked a tree ……READ MORE

Carolinas on the Final Four’s Mind

Mar 27, 2017 4

The Final Four is all set.

FOX’s Jared Max tells you who is in:

Nothing can be finer than a Final Four with Carolina… both Carolinas!

(Gary Cohen) “The North Carolina Tar Heels for the second straight season are going back to the Final Four!”

(Ian Eagle) “South Carolina is going where they have never gone before… the Final Four!”

On the Westwood One NCAA Radio Network.

North Carolina advanced to the Final Four of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament for a record 20th time, beating Kentucky by two on a last second jump shot.

South Carolina, which hadn’t been to an NCAA Tournament in 44 years, ……READ MORE

Russia Investigation: Trump Son-in-Law Next in Line

Mar 27, 2017 4

The probe into Russia’s interference in the presidential campaign reaches President Trump’s son-in-law.

FOX’s Jon Decker reports from the White House:

As part of their broad inquiry into ties between Trump campaign officials and Russian officials, Senate investigators plan to question Jared Kushner.

The Senate Intelligence Committee wants to question Kushner about meetings he arranged with the Russian ambassador, Sergey Kislyak.

A senior administration official tells FOX News that “Throughout the campaign and transition, Jared Kushner served as the official primary point of contact with foreign governments and officials. Given this role, he has volunteered to speak with the Committee.”

At the White House, Jon ……READ MORE

OBAMACARE THE LAW OF THE LAND. BLAME EVERYBODY

Mar 27, 2017 3

by John Gibson

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As far as I’m concerned, the most important thing said on Friday when President Trump and Republicans went down in flames was Paul Ryan announcing Obamacare “is the law of the land.”

Democrats are giddy with delight, gloating, while Hillary celebrated in public. Just recently Obamacrats were high-fiving over the fact that even in the Trump/Ryan bill passed, it left carved in stone that the federal government had a domineering hand in the private insurance market. That’s ……READ MORE

Health Care Blame Game Begins

Mar 27, 2017 5

President Trump is signaling a willingness to include Democrats in a health care fix.

FOX’s Jared Halpern has more from Capitol Hill:

In a tweet over the weekend, President Trump appeared to blame conservative Republicans, known as the House Freedom Caucus, for defeating a GOP plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act:

(Preibus) “We’ll give these guys another chance. That’s not really the point. If we come up with a bill that accomplishes the goals of the President with Republican votes alone we’ll take it and move forward with it.”

But White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus says the failed health ……READ MORE

Sacramento Band Vista Kicks is Living the Dream of Playing Music

Mar 27, 2017 15

Vista Kicks is a band out of Sacramento, California, and they have a unique sound that meshes rock, pop and funk together. The band released three tracks on their own between 2014 and 2015, which amassed 3.4 million Spotify streams and over 3.2 million YouTube plays. Following that success, Vista Kicks relocated to Hollywood in early 2016 and released a self-produced six-track collection ‘Chasing Waves’, which made Apple Music’s ‘Featured New Artists’ page and lived on the page of iTunes for four consecutive weeks.

While playing out in California, Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee discovered Vista Kicks and the band is ……READ MORE

A Different Side of Josh Turner in ‘Deep South’

Mar 24, 2017 50

Country artist Josh Turner gives us an inside look at some of his songs off his latest record ‘Deep South’.

FOX’s Ashley Dvorkin has more:

Josh Turner just released his sixth album ‘Deep South’. The lead single ‘Hometown Girl’ is climbing the charts and he’s already received a great reaction to that title track too, like the first time he played it in Canada:

(Turner) “They were all, you know, just loving it. And so it seems to have somewhat of a universal message, even though it’s more specific to the South.”

He also went outside of his comfort zone for some tunes, ……READ MORE

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