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  • Jennifer Nettles Is Excited to See Her Face on a Cereal Box

    Jennifer Nettles Is Excited to See Her Face on a Cereal Box

    You’ll soon start seeing the faces of your favorite country stars at the grocery store, as Jennifer Nettles and her label mates at Big Machine kick off this year’s Outnumber Hunger campaign.  “Being the face of this year’s Outnumber Hunger campaign is so exciting, and not just because I’ll be on the front of a cereal box!” she laughs. As part of the promotion, Jennifer and other Big Machine artists will be featured on more than 150 General Mills products, ranging from cereal to granola bars to frozen pizza. Once you’ve brought the items home, all you need to do […]

  • Chris Janson Sails His "Boat" to Conan Next Week

    Chris Janson Sails His "Boat" to Conan Next Week

    Next Tuesday, Chris Janson takes his monster hit “Buy Me a Boat” to Conan. “It’s been a banner year for me so far, and extremely life changing for my family and me,” the “Power of Positive Drinkin’” singer says. “First time I’ve even been nominated at the ACM’s… It’s pretty unreal. I’ve been on tour with my pal Blake Shelton, and the response has been overwhelmingly amazing. I’m fulfilling my goals daily, and over the past 12 months I’ve achieved so many of the things I’ve wanted to do in music– getting to be on the radio in a big way, getting to be […]

  • Two Americans Killed in Terror Attacks in Brussels

    Two Americans Killed in Terror Attacks in Brussels

    (BRUSSELS) —  At least two Americans were killed in this week’s terror attacks in Brussels, a U.S. official said Friday as Secretary of State John Kerry was meeting with leaders in Belgium. The official and Kerry didn’t identify the two Americans, who were among at least 31 killed in the attacks. Kerry spoke alongside Belgian prime minister Charles Michel and foreign minister Didier Reynders on Friday, offering his condolences for those killed in the attacks. “The United States is praying and grieving with you for the loved ones of those cruelly taken from us, including Americans, and for the many […]

  • American Brussels Survivor Mason Wells 'Felt Fire in Front of My Face'

    American Brussels Survivor Mason Wells 'Felt Fire in Front of My Face'

    (BRUSSELS) — The teen Mormon missionary who was injured in the Belgian terror attacks this week says he was just feet away from the first explosion at the Brussels Airport. “I was actually in the back of the Delta check-in line when the first explosion went off,” Wells, 19, said Friday on ABC’s Good Morning America in a phone interview. “I was about 10 to 15 meters away and the blast was really loud.” “I remember being picked off the ground and I had some really hot and really cold sensations on the whole right side of my body, the […]

  • Nearly $200M in Cocaine Found on US-Bound Semi-Sub

    Nearly $200M in Cocaine Found on US-Bound Semi-Sub

    (NEW YORK) — Authorities in Texas say they intercepted a semi-submersible vessel attempting to bring more than $200 million worth of cocaine into the United States. The 12,800 pounds, or 5.5 tons, of cocaine was on a kind of mini-sub used by drug traffickers. A team of U.S. Customs and Border Protection agents detected the self-propelled, semi-submersible vessel earlier this month, officials said. They arrested four people operating the vessel and seized the cocaine. The sub later sank. The Coast Guard caught a similar vessel carrying 12,000 pounds of cocaine off the coast of Central America in August and have […]

  • Body of Infant Found in Indiana; 22-Year-Old Man in Custody

    Body of Infant Found in Indiana; 22-Year-Old Man in Custody

    (SPENCER, Ind.) — Police in Spencer, Indiana, said Thursday they believe they have found the body of one-year-old Shaylyn Ammerman, who was reported missing by her father Wednesday morning. Kyle Parker, 22, of Spencer has been taken into custody and is currently being held in connection with this case, police said. Charges are pending. Police said a body that matches the description of Ammerman was found Thursday evening in a remote area near Gosport, Indiana, more than 36 hours after her father reported her missing from the home in Spencer he shares with his mother, the infant’s grandmother. An autopsy […]

  • Flight Attendant Who Allegedly Tried to Smuggle Cocaine Granted Bail

    Flight Attendant Who Allegedly Tried to Smuggle Cocaine Granted Bail

    (NEW YORK) — A JetBlue flight attendant who was charged with attempting to smuggle nearly 70 pounds of cocaine in her suitcase at Los Angeles International Airport has been granted $500,000 bail and a family spokesman said she didn’t know what was in the bag. Marsha Reynolds, of Queens, New York, was charged with possession with the intent to distribute the cocaine after she dropped the drugs at the security checkpoint and fled from the airport on Friday, according to prosecutors and court documents. She surrendered to the Drug Enforcement Administration at JFK Airport in New York Wednesday. The 31-year-old, […]