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  • Taylor Swift Doesn’t Want to "Wear the Pants" in a Relationship

    Taylor Swift Doesn’t Want to "Wear the Pants" in a Relationship

    Taylor Swift is a dress girl — we almost never see her wearing pants.  And it turns out that she doesn’t want to wear them when it comes to relationships, either. Speaking to Harper’s Bazaar, Taylor says that in matters of romance, she needs for things to be equal between her and her boyfriend du jour.  “If I feel too much like I’m wearing the pants, I start to feel uncomfortable and then we break up,” she says.  That being said, Taylor says that since she’s such a high-powered professional, she’s fine with her man actually having the upper hand […]

  • "I Drive Your Truck" Reminds Lee Brice of His Granddaddy

    "I Drive Your Truck" Reminds Lee Brice of His Granddaddy

    The follow-up to Lee Brice’s multi-week number one “Hard to Love” will be the emotional track “I Drive Your Truck.”  Even though Lee didn’t write it himself, he says it’s still very personal. “The first time I heard this song, I knew I had to record it,” he recalls.  “It immediately reminded me of my granddaddy and it hit really close to home.”  His brother Lewis even plays the lead in the music video, which debuts Friday on CMT. Tuesday night, Lee performs his hit “Hard to Love” on NBC’s Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • FBI Deemed Petraeus Affair Part of Criminal, Not Intel Probe

    FBI Deemed Petraeus Affair Part of Criminal, Not Intel Probe

    (WASHINGTON) — The FBI withheld its findings about Gen. David Petreaus’ affair from the White House and congressional leaders because the agency considered them the result of a criminal investigation that never reached the threshold of an intelligence probe, law enforcement sources said Monday. The sources said agents followed department guidelines that generally bar sharing information about developing criminal investigations. The FBI is also aware of its history under former director Herbert Hoover of playing politics and digging into the lives of public figures. As one official said, the rules are designed to protect people (both private and elected officials) […]

  • Kelly Clarkson Says Relationship with Reba’s Stepson Inspired "Don’t Rush"

    Kelly Clarkson Says Relationship with Reba’s Stepson Inspired "Don’t Rush"

    Kelly Clarkson says without her latest love interest, she probably wouldn’t have recorded her new country single, “Don’t Rush.”  The object of Kelly’s affections happens to be Reba McEntire’s stepson, Brandon Blackstock. “I’m in a relationship and super happy,” she says, “and I don’t think I would have been able to sing this song eight months ago.  Love should be celebrated, and this is a great description of where I’m at in my life.  This is a couple’s skate, not an all skate song,” she jokes. “Don’t Rush” is one of three new songs on Kelly’s Greatest Hits-Chapter One CD, […]

  • Washington Good Samaritan Robbed of $900

    Washington Good Samaritan Robbed of $900

    (MARYSVILLE, Wash.) — After a day at work that began at 5 a.m. Saturday, Peggy Ray was on her way to her daughter’s soccer game when she witnessed a car fly through the air and crash into a drainage ditch. Though shocked, Ray then did what any decent person would: She leaped from her car and ran to help the victims. When the Washington state woman returned to her car an hour or so later, the mother of six was in for another surprise. While Ray, 36, assisted the badly injured driver and passenger, someone stole $900 from her purse. […]

  • Authorities Probe Cause of Indianapolis Explosion

    Authorities Probe Cause of Indianapolis Explosion

    (INDIANAPOLIS) — Two days after a massive explosion in Indianapolis’ Southside area left two people dead and dozens of homes destroyed, authorities continued their investigation Monday, and shaken residents banded together to help each other recover. “It is still an investigation so we’re very limited on the information we can give out,” said Gary Coons, the chief of the Indianapolis division of the Department of Homeland Security. “We’re looking at everything — all causes, all possibilities. There’s a lot of possibilities out there. … There’s a lot of possibilities that could trigger an explosion like this.” Authorities said they had […]

  • The Possum Plays Music City for the Final Time

    The Possum Plays Music City for the Final Time

    George Jones will play his final Music City concert on November 22 of next year as part of his farewell series of shows, called The Grand Tour.  Tanya Tucker will open for the country icon at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena, with more special guests to be announced later. “The Possum” kicked off the tour Friday in Branson, Missouri, with 60 more dates set through the end of 2013.  Right now, the Nashville concert is the final show that’s been scheduled on the tour.  Tickets go on sale this Friday through Ticketmaster. After more than fifty years of touring, the 80-year-old Country […]