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Enough Already: Songwriter Diane Warren Wants Her Oscar

Enough Already: Songwriter Diane Warren Wants Her Oscar

By Kristin M. Hall | Feb 21
Songwriter Diane Warren is overdue for an Oscar, and she has no reservations about saying she wants to win.

HEX Launches Peanuts Capsule Collection at Nordstrom

HEX Launches Peanuts Capsule Collection at Nordstrom

Feb 21
Fashion accessory brand HEX has announced the release of its new Peanuts Capsule for Nordstrom.

Stylish Queen Elizabeth II Makes First Fashion Week Visit

Stylish Queen Elizabeth II Makes First Fashion Week Visit

By Gregory Katz | Feb 21
Queen Elizabeth II has always dressed with style and flair - but Tuesday marked her first visit to the showy catwalks of London Fashion Week.

Pelosi On Guns: 'We've Crossed A Threshold'

Pelosi On Guns: 'We've Crossed A Threshold'

Feb 21
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday hosted a town hall event in Phoenix to discuss the ramifications of President Trump's recent tax law. By the conclusion, it turned to guns, with the California Democrat saying it's time for change.

Brain Drain Leaves Balkan Nations on More Uneven Footing

Brain Drain Leaves Balkan Nations on More Uneven Footing

By Dusan Stojanovic and Sabina Niksic | Feb 21
Rampant unemployment, low wages, corruption and a lack of opportunity to advance careers are driving thousands of young and educated adults to emigrate from Europe's Balkan nations.

Stuck in an Opioids Crisis, Officials Turn to Acupuncture

Stuck in an Opioids Crisis, Officials Turn to Acupuncture

By Jennifer McDermott, Dake Kang, and Mike Stobbe | Feb 21
Acupuncture is increasingly being embraced by patients and doctors, sometimes as an alternative to the powerful painkillers behind the nation's opioid crisis.

Underpaid Venezuelans Skipping Out on Work to Make Ends Meet

Underpaid Venezuelans Skipping Out on Work to Make Ends Meet

By Scott Smith | Feb 21
Along with four-digit inflation, widespread shortages and a recession deeper than the U.S. Great Depression, Venezuela's economy is now being ravaged by a new scourge: Mass absenteeism.

Lawrence: 'Red Sparrow' Perfect Film for Right Now

Lawrence: 'Red Sparrow' Perfect Film for Right Now

Feb 21
At the London premiere of her new thriller "Red Sparrow," actress Jennifer Lawrence says she felt "empowered" during shooting and discusses the necessity of shooting nude scenes.

Grocer Albertsons Eyes Rite Aid Deal in Health Care Push

Grocer Albertsons Eyes Rite Aid Deal in Health Care Push

By Tom Murphy | Feb 21
The owner of Safeway and other grocery brands is buying the drugstore chain Rite Aid as retailers continue to plunge deeper into health care and adjust to swiftly changing shopping habits.

Forget Tourism: Pyeongchang's Legacy Likely Debt & Anger

Forget Tourism: Pyeongchang's Legacy Likely Debt & Anger

By Foster Klug, Kim Tong-Hyung | Feb 21
Hope is fading that Pyeongchang will do what was promised during its successful 2011 Olympics bid and turn an ignored, impoverished backwater into a premier Asian ski hub.

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