‘The Voice’ finale: Jennifer Hudson soars with ‘Remember Me’ [WATCH]

Oscar and Grammy winner Jennifer Hudson stole the show on Tuesday’s finale of “The Voice” with her scorching rendition of “Remember Me.” This searing ballad, which she co-wrote, is the first single from her upcoming album due out this fall.

Hudson is set to join “The Voice” in the fall as one of th …
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¿Qué es una “nailbomb”? La bomba artesanal usada en el atentado de Manchester

Algunos informes han sugerido que el dispositivo utilizado en el atentado de Manchester era una bomba de clavos , se trata de una bomba-lata, un simple recipiente de conservas, o una botella de plástico, que se llena de explosivo en su interior y se recubre de clavos. Puede accionarse a distancia o …
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Hall of Famer Cortez Kennedy remembered for dominance, generosity

As news of Cortez Kennedy’s death stunned the NFL community Tuesday, former teammates and coaches remembered the Seattle Seahawks Hall of Fame defensive tackle for his dominance on the field and his generosity off of it.

“He took care of everybody,” said Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon, who pl …
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Lauren Duski’s original song performed on ‘The Voice’ hits number one on iTunes

(WPBN/WGTU) — The final four people on NBC’s The Voice took the stage for the last chance to win your votes.

Gaylord native, Lauren Duski, performed her original song that she says she wrote a few months ago called Deja Vu.

Duski performed three songs Monday night including one with her coach Bla …
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‘The Voice’ finale: The unusual way that winner Chris Blue made show history

“The Voice” coach Alicia Keys and the winner, Chris Blue. (Trae Patton/NBC)

After 12 seasons, fans of NBC’s “The Voice” know to watch the premiere carefully. Producers stack the first episode of “blind auditions” with exceptionally talented singers — with especially intriguing backstories — to ho …
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