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Carrie Underwood to Honor Military Families during Tour

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Country star Carrie Underwood is working with Carnival Cruise Line and Operation Homefront to honor military families throughout her upcoming "Storyteller" tour. Underwood will meet with selected military families in 10 cities, and she'll perform a free concert for hundreds of military families onboard the Carnival Vista in New York on Nov. 4. Her tour begins Saturday in Jacksonville, Florida. The Grammy-winning sing... more

Seoul Delivers Barrage of K-Pop Across Border to North Korea

In this Oct. 6, 2013, file photo, South Korean K-Pop girl group Apink performs during Hallyu Dream Concert in Gyeongju, South Korea. South Korea is trying to get under the skin of its archrival with border broadcasts that feature

SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - South Korea tries to get under the skin of its archrival with border broadcasts that feature not only criticism of North Korea's nuclear program, troubled economy and human rights abuses, but also a unique homegrown weapon: K-pop. Performers on the propaganda playlist Seoul began blasting across the border Friday include a female K-pop band that rose to fame when its members fell multiple times on stage, and a middle... more

FBI Files Military Questioned Pete Seeger's Wartime Loyalty

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ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) - As Army Pvt. Pete Seeger eagerly waited for a chance to fight for his country during World War II, military investigators quietly built a case that the young folk singer was "potentially subversive." In a security investigation triggered by a wartime letter he wrote denouncing a proposal to deport all Japanese-Americans, the Army intercepted Seeger's mail to his fiancee, scoured his school records, talked to his father, in... more

Band Releases Album of Songs Inspired by American Civil War

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ATLANTA (AP) — Granville Automatic, a band with roots in Atlanta, is releasing its collection of songs inspired by Civil War battles, part of a related project to film videos of the songs on battlefields across the nation. The album released this weekend, "An Army Without Music," includes songs about soldiers, horses and ghosts in several southern states. The band has filmed videos of the songs in the places that inspired them, and has plans... more

Recovery Just Beginning for Many of Paris Wounded

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PARIS (AP) - One bullet tore into Amandine Andretto's right leg, shattering her tibia. Another hit her in the arm. For three interminable hours, her parents didn't know if she was among the dozens massacred at the Bataclan concert hall. Finally, as rescue services rushed her to a triage and treatment center, her mother reached her on the phone. The 32-year-old lawyer is lucky to be alive, felled by the extremists' first sprays of gunfire in ... more

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