Demi Lovato Sacrifices Pop Stardom for Protest

musicDemi Lovato Sacrifices Pop Stardom for Protest
and Lovato’s mission has been partly shared by other divas from Lady Gaga to Beyonce to Taylor Swift—all people who, as has been widely noted, break from previous generations of pop tradition by aligning themselves with larger, not-always …
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Bella Hadid’s Sexy Birthday Look Will Help You Embrace Your Inner Diva
There’s something about seeing Bella Hadid so easily embrace her inner diva on her birthday that makes us think, “Yeah! We can do that, too.” Bella definitely didn’t hold back on the sex appeal when she turned 20 over the weekend. Instead, she slipped into …
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Queening Out: The Reigning Pop Divas Of 2016
There is only one Queen of Pop—her name is Madonna, and she’s from the suburbs of Detroit, Michigan. Attempts to crown a successor make two faulty calculations: that Madonna is finished (and really, how dare you?) and that the contemporary pop …
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Connect to Congress: Protest, politics, and pastime ahead of break

trendConnect to Congress: Protest, politics, and pastime ahead of break
The U.S. House of Representatives will head out for a week of recess in just a few days. House Democrats are saying not so fast, however. They’re calling on Congress to stay in session until gun legislation is voted on in that chamber, staging a sit-in on …
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Blame It on Rio: Politics, Propaganda, and the Weaponization of the Olympics
The decision by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) to ban the Russian track and field team from competing in the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro is as much about politics as it is about doping and fair play. Indeed, while the …
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Capital Link’s McGonegal: Brexit Is All About Politics
June 23 — Brett McGonegal, chairman and chief executive officer at Capital Link International, discusses the U.K. referendum and its impact on markets. He speaks to Bloomberg’s Rosalind Chin, Juliette Saly, Yvonne Man and David Ingles on “Asia Edge.”
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