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Joyce is a news writer for Canary Islands News. She writes about politics, health, business, parenting, and finance. Born and raised in Africa, she has always been passionate about writing and journalism. Her hobbies include reading books, watching movies, and spending time with family.

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Donna Summer estate sues Ye and Ty Dolla $ign, saying they illegally used 'I Feel Love'

LOS ANGELES — The estate of Donna Summer sued Ye and Ty Dolla $ign on Tuesday for what its attorneys say is the “shamelessly” illegal use of her 1977 song “I Feel Love” in their collaboration “Good (Don’t Die).” The copyright infringement lawsuit was filed in federal court in Los Angeles by Summer’s husband Bruce […]

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Beyond Meat's shares soar on better-than-expected Q4 revenue despite weak US sales

Beyond Meat shares soared Tuesday as investors cheered better-than-expected fourth quarter revenue and a new, healthier burger that could help revive U.S. sales. The plant-based meat maker’s stock jumped more than 78% in after-market trading. The El Segundo, California-based company said its revenue for the October-December period fell 8% to $73.7 million. But that was

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Bronze pieces from MLK memorial in Denver recovered after being sold for scrap

Authorities say bronze artworks stolen from a Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in City Park in Denver, along with seven bronze pieces taken from a nearby fountain, have been recovered DENVER — Three bronze artworks stolen from a Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. memorial in City Park in Denver, along with seven bronze pieces

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Rams are set up with money and draft picks, now they can do 'anything we want'

The Rams are flush with salary-cap space and cash to spend on free agents. They hold the No. 19 pick in the NFL draft. And, after a year spent in relative obscurity, they are ready to return as a regular prime-time attraction. So Kevin Demoff, the Rams’ chief operating officer, will not be repeating the

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Tommy Orange was against revisiting Native American history in his new book. Why he changed his mind

For Tommy Orange, there was before “There There,” and there was after. Before: He was a struggling writer, teaching in an MFA program. After, the dream: bestselling author, Pulitzer Prize finalist, his book on syllabuses across the country, invited to speak at literary events worldwide. It was a rare and lasting achievement. His new book,

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After 'embarrassing' loss, UCLA's Mick Cronin takes solace in friend who doesn't bark back

Sometimes all he needs is Mick’s best friend. His team having coughed up a hairball of a loss against rival USC, Mick Cronin returned to his Encino home Saturday night to find comfort in a furry companion. “Having the Bookster helps me,” the UCLA coach said Tuesday of the Australian and German shepard mix that

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EPA awards $1 billion to clean up toxic waste in third cash infusion for Superfund program

WASHINGTON — Twenty-five toxic waste sites in 15 states are to be cleaned up, and ongoing work at dozens of others will get a funding boost, as the Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday announced a $1 billion infusion to the federal Superfund program. The money is the third and last installment in the $3.5 billion

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New York Philharmonic's outgoing director Jaap van Zweden will lead a French radio orchestra

Outgoing New York Philharmonic music director Jaap van Zweden will assume the same role with Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France starting with the 2026-27 season. The French orchestra said Tuesday that van Zweden will work with the orchestra for four weeks during the 2025-26 season, when he will be music director designate. He will succeed

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New Chargers GM Joe Hortiz says production, not age or money, will decide who goes

INDIANAPOLIS —  The Chargers have 20 unrestricted free agents, including eight who started or played key reserve roles in 2023. Center Corey Linsley is expected to retire because of a heart-related ailment. They have four other accomplished veterans — receivers Keenan Allen and Mike Williams and edge rushers Joey Bosa and Khalil Mack — whose futures

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2 men convicted of killing Run-DMC’s Jam Master Jay, nearly 22 years after rap star's death

NEW YORK — Two men were convicted of murder Tuesday in the death of Run-DMC star Jam Master Jay, a brazen 2002 shooting in the rap legend’s studio. An anonymous Brooklyn federal jury found Karl Jordan Jr. and Ronald Washington guilty on charges of murder while engaged in a narcotics trafficking conspiracy and firearm-related murder

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