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Listen now: Sia debuts powerful song “To Be Human” off “Wonder Woman” soundtrack

ABC/Fred LeeSia proves she’s the superhero of soundtracks with her new song, “To Be Human,” from Wonder Woman.

The song, a duet with British R&B singer Labrinth, seems to reflect the film’s core relationship between Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman and Chris Pine’s Steve Trevor. The lyrics express a love that can conquer all odds.

“To be human is to love/Even when it gets too much/I’m not ready to give up,” Sia belts on the chorus.

“To Be Human” is the only non-instrumental song on the soundtrack, which which includes the film’s original score written by Rupert Gregson-Williams.

The soundtrack comes out June 2, the same day Wonder Woman hits theaters.

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Miley Cyrus’ “Malibu” video breaks her own YouTube records

Liam Hemsworth/RCA RecordsThis is shaping up to be a good summer for Miley Cyrus. The singer’s music video for “Malibu” is already breaking multiple YouTube records.

The video, which shows off Miley’s softer new image, had this year’s highest jump of any video on the YouTube Videos chart. It soared 86 spots from number 95 last week to number 9 this week.

It’s also the highest-ever shared video on Miley’s YouTube channel. It received 162,000 shares the day it debuted on May 11 and has received over 150,000 shares daily since then. That beats her previous most-shared video, “Wrecking Ball.”

And finally, “Malibu” was added to more playlists in a single day — 83,000 to be exact — than any other Miley video.

The video has more than 77 million views on YouTube so far.

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Meghan Trainor Scores Another #1…but not for herself

Steve LowryWhen Meghan Trainor isn’t writing hits for herself, she writes them for other people.  “Road Less Traveled,” a song she co-wrote a long time ago with her friend and American Idol season 10 runner-up Lauren Alaina, has just become Lauren’s first #1 country hit.  

Meghan joined Lauren at Nashville’s Sutler Saloon Wednesday night to celebrate the accomplishment at a party where guests were issued their own onesies at the door.  She told the crowd how, after she, Lauren and co-writer Jesse Frasure wrote “Road Less Traveled” they were so happy they “danced around…for about a half an hour.”

“We were so happy and so proud of the message and how beautiful it sounded…we loved the song so much,” Meghan said. “I’m so glad it finally made it to number one.”

“Road Less Traveled” is an empowerment anthem about loving yourself and not letting anyone else define you or keep you from doing you.  The chorus goes: “If you trust your rebel heart, ride it into battle/Don’t be afraid, take the road less traveled.”

Meghan said, “It’s so magical when you have something that actually means something and it’s on the radio and we need more of that every single day.”

Meghan also revealed that when she and Lauren were collaborating, she was “freakin’ out” because at the time, she was completely unknown, while Lauren was a country star.

“When we first wrote together, I was taking your picture and sending it to my mom because I was so starstruck,” she laughed. “I was a little creepy and I’m sorry and the truth is out!”

This is Meghan’s second #1 country hit. Last year, Rascal Flatts‘ topped the chart with her song “I Like the Sound of That.”

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ENTERTAINMENT NEWS

Jamie Foxx’s new game show, “Beat Shazam,” premieres tonight

ABC Radio(NEW YORK) — How good are your song recognition skills? Jamie Foxx wants to find out. He’s hosting the new game show, Beat Shazam, which premieres tonight on Fox.

The show pits contestants against the song recognition app, Shazam, to see who can identify a tune the fastest. Contestants have the chance to win up to one million dollars. 

“What was interesting about all of the contestants, nobody was playing for themselves,” Jamie tells ABC Radio. “’I’m playing for my mom, she lost her house in a fire.’ ‘I’m playing for a friend of mine who doesn’t have medical benefits.’ And you know what the common theme was? Student loans.”

Jamie admits some of the contestants’ stories actually brought him to tears. But it wasn’t all heavy — Jamie’s hosting style made sure of that. In addition to bringing out celebrity guests includingMariah Carey and Snoop Dogg, Jamie says he was determined to make the set as dynamic and spontaneous as possible.”

“At one point they were like, ‘Well, we need you here, we need you there, you need to stand right here,’” he recalls. “I said I’m not going to do that. I’m gonna be all over the set.”

Beat Shazam premieres tonight at 8 p.m. ET on Fox.

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Javier Bardem went from makeup chair to monster in “Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales”

© 2016 Walt Disney Pictures(LOS ANGELES) — On Thursday’s Good Morning America, Oscar-winner Javier Bardem opened up about playing Captain Jack Sparrow’s nemesis in the fifth Pirates of the Caribbean film, Dead Men Tell No Tales.

He revealed that time spent in the makeup chair helped him physically and psychologically find his inner bad guy.

Bardem plays Captain Salazar, a former Spanish Navy officer who was turned into a ghost and is now out for revenge against Jack Sparrow, played by Johnny Depp.  To play Salazar, he spent “three hours, every day,” in the makeup chair, he said.

“You go through every state of mind, you start to be very patient at the beginning, and then you lose it,” Bardem said of those three hours. “At the end of the day you’re like, ‘Take me out of here!'”

Bardem added that the secret of playing a good villain in movies is “having the good material.”

“At the end of the day what you’re trying to do is to create a human being behind a monster, and that’s the most important thing,” he says, noting that behind the villain, there’s “revenge…rage and also…pain.”

Bardem said his wife, Penelope Cruz, who appeared in a previous Pirates film, offered him some advice about accepting the role.  He said she told him, “You’re going to have a lot of fun and you’re going to forget your lines when you work with Johnny, because you’re going to see how he becomes…the iconic Jack Sparrow in front of your eyes.”

Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, from ABC News’ parent company Disney, hits theaters nationwide tomorrow.

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“Dirty Dancing” Reboot: So what happened to Johnny and Baby?

ABC – 2017(LOS ANGELES) — ABC’s Dirty Dancing reboot aired on Wednesday night — 30 years after the classic film, starring Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey as Johnny Castle and Francis “Baby” Houseman had its premiere — and answered the question, “What ever happened to Johnny and Baby?”

It turns out the relationship between the couple — played this time by Little Miss Sunshine‘s Abigail Breslin and Colt Prattes — was only a summer fling.

The remake begins with a grown up Baby entering a movie theater showing Dirty Dancing. We then flash back to 1963, when she and her affluent family spend their summer vacation at a resort in New York’s Catskill Mountains, where she meets and falls in love with Castle, the resident dance instructor.

We return to the present day and the theater — now empty — where the two former lovers unexpectedly run into each other. We learn that Johnny — now a successful dancer — choreographed Dirty Dancing, which was inspired by a book Baby wrote about their summer together. 

“Never thought I’d have a career on Broadway until I met you,” says Johnny. “You were so fearless. You made me feel like I could do anything.”

“That summer changed everything for me,” she replies. “I stopped being the baby.”

The two are then interrupted by Baby’s young daughter, followed by her husband. After an awkward introduction, the two are left alone. “Keep dancing,” Johnny tells her as they part ways. 

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SPORTS NEWS

Scoreboard roundup — 5/24/17

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

INTERLEAGUE

Toronto 8, Milwaukee 4
Oakland 4, Miami 1
Arizona 8, Chi. White Sox 6
Cincinnati 4, Cleveland 3
Washington 5, Seattle 1

AMERICAN LEAGUE

Minnesota 4, Baltimore 3
N.Y. Yankees 3, Kansas City 0
Tampa Bay 5, L.A. Angels 2
Boston 9, Texas 4
Detroit 6, Houston 3

NATIONAL LEAGUE

Colorado 7, Philadelphia 2
San Diego 6, N.Y. Mets 5
Pittsburgh 12, Atlanta 5, 10 Innings
Chi. Cubs 5, San Francisco 4
St. Louis 6, L.A. Dodgers 1

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Miami Heat, Chris Bosh working on deal allowing both sides to move on

iStock/Thinkstock(MIAMI) — Chris Bosh’s tenure in Miami could be coming to an end. 

The 33-year-old big man hasn’t played since February 2016 due to repeated issues with blood clots. Sources tell ESPN that Bosh, the Miami Heat, and the NBA Players’ Association have tentatively agreed to a deal allowing both sides to move on.

Bosh has remained on the Heat roster as he recovers from the clots.

While he is guaranteed more than $50 million over the next two seasons, much of the money the Heat owe Bosh is covered by insurance. The agreement is expected to remove Bosh’s salary from the team’s salary cap figures.

One complication in coming to an agreement has been the state of the league’s collective bargaining agreement. The new CBA takes effect in July and has new policies regarding player health. Those policies are in part based on Bosh’s situation.

Bosh has said repeatedly that he hopes to find a way to receive treatment and return to the court. Miami’s doctors refused to clear him to play last fall.

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Scoreboard roundup — 5/23/17

iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Here are the latest scores and winners:

INTERLEAGUE
Washington 10, Seattle 1
Cleveland 8, Cincinnati 7
Toronto 4, Milwaukee 3
Arizona 5, Chi. White Sox 4
Miami 11, Oakland 9

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Kansas City 6, N.Y. Yankees 2
Minnesota 2, Baltimore 0
L.A. Angels 4, Tampa Bay 0
Boston 11, Texas 6
Houston 6, Detroit 2

NATIONAL LEAGUE
Chi Cubs 4, San Francisco 1
Colorado 8, Philadelphia 2
N-Y Mets 9, San Diego 3
Atlanta 6, Pittsburgh 5
L.A. Dodgers 2, St. Louis 1, 13 Innings


NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION PLAYOFFS

Cleveland 112, Boston 99


NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE PLAYOFFS

Ottawa 2, Pittsburgh 1

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NATIONAL NEWS

Wisconsin woman leaps on her car to stop carjacker at gas station

WISN(NEW YORK) — A Wisconsin woman was pumping gas this week when a thief jumped into the driver’s seat of her car and she leapt onto the hood of the car to stop him, in a shocking moment caught on video.

Melissa Smith, 28, of Milwaukee, said at least four other cars were at the gas station alongside her as she pumped gas Tuesday afternoon.

When she got out of her car to remove the gas pump, she said she left the keys in the ignition.

She then “turned around and realized someone was in my car.”

“I had a ‘this is not happening today’ moment,” she recalled to ABC News, and “ran around my car and then decided to hop on.”

Smith said she grabbed the windshield wiper and screamed at the thief.

But the carjacker started and stopped the car, apparently trying to throw her off the hood, she said.

Timothy Gauerke, a public information officer with the Milwaukee Police Department, said the suspect drove the victim’s car while the victim was on the hood. The suspect eventually stopped the car and fled after stealing the victim’s purse, Gauerke said. The video shows the suspect jumping into the backseat of another car. Gauerke said multiple suspects were involved in the attempt to steal the victim’s car and that police are still looking for them.

Smith said, “I’m glad he didn’t go and move into the street with me on the car, but when he finally got out of my car, he left it in drive and let it roll into traffic, where I had to hop into my moving vehicle to stop it.”

Smith said she suffered bruises but no serious injuries.

Looking back, she said, “I definitely should not have jumped on my car and risked my life, but that was not what I was thinking at that moment.”

She said she’s learned to “be more aware of your surroundings no matter where you are.”

“And take your keys with you and lock your car doors when you get gas!” she said. “I will never not do that.”

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Gianforte unlikely to face discipline if elected, ethics expert says

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images(NEW YORK) — The alleged body slam of a Guardian reporter by a GOP candidate for Congress in Montana created a national firestorm and prompted a misdemeanor assault charge as well as condemnations from press advocacy groups.

But if Greg Gianforte prevails in the Big Sky State’s special election Thursday night, would he face any consequences as a member of Congress?

The short answer is probably not, since Gianforte’s troubles occurred before he would be sworn in as a U.S. representative. The House Ethics Committee has jurisdiction over current members of the House, but not necessarily congressional candidates.

Rob Walker, a former staff director at both the House and Senate ethics committees, says he believes Congress would likely find that since Gianforte’s alleged offense was widely publicized and occurred before the election, the committee would not pursue an investigation.

“If elected, I don’t think [Gianforte] would be subject to investigation or discipline based on this conduct,” Walker told ABC News. “If he wins in spite of this, the voters have spoken.”

While Walker acknowledges there is no specific rule to prohibit the ethics committee from opening a probe, the rules do allow for some flexibility to examine a congressional candidate’s behavior that was initially unknown but later revealed.

That sort of investigation into a member’s actions preceding his or her tenure in Congress are generally to safeguard against revelations of inappropriate actions in the course of seeking office — such as campaign fraud. Even if Gianforte is convicted of misdemeanor assault, such an offense probably would not prompt an investigation, according to Walker.

“There is nothing specific that says they couldn’t reach back,” Walker, who currently works as counsel at Wiley Rein LLP, said. “What’s the new news if he’s convicted? The conduct occurred beforehand. The consequence [of a conviction] shouldn’t give the committee additional grounds for taking up this matter.”

House rules state that the ethics committee may examine whether a member of Congress violated “any law, rule, regulation, or other standard of conduct applicable to the conduct of such Member” in the performance or the discharge of his or her responsibilities.

While an investigation is unlikely, if the ethics committee ultimately determines Gianforte violated House rules, he could face a range of disciplinary actions from the House, including a letter of reproval, a formal letter of reprimand, censure or even expulsion. He could also face a fine.

Gianforte is hoping to replace former Rep. Ryan Zinke, who resigned from Congress to accept an appointment as Secretary of the Interior.

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Man finds 2.78-carat diamond at Arkansas state park

Arkansas State Parks(NEW YORK) — One man found the perfect last minute Mother’s Day gift for his wife when he spotted a small rock that turned out to be a diamond.

“When I told her I was going to find her a diamond for Mother’s Day I didn’t know I would actually find one,” Wendell Fox told ABC News about his find at the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Murfreesboro, Arkansas, on May 13. “I sort of pre-committed so I had to follow through,” he said.

Fox, 70, and his wife Jennifer, 68, live in Joliet, Montana, most of the year, but as Arkansas natives, the pair knew the storied history behind the state park. “The diamond mine is part of Arkansas history and it’s the only one in the U.S.” he explained, unaware that the park had been a hot bed for other diamond-seekers in recent months.

 Fox said he and his wife were walking around the grounds for about an hour and a half “looking for a glimmer” when he noticed the gem.

“I was surface looking, walking very slowly and looking very slowly and I saw it,” Fox said. “I got down for a closer inspection because I wasn’t quite sure what to look for, but as soon as I saw it I thought, ‘that’s probably a diamond.'”

Fox showed the peanut-sized stone to his wife who told him to take it to the Diamond Discovery Center. When Fox pulled it from his pocket to show the employees, “one of the ladies sort of gasped and I just saw this big smile,” he said.

The staff confirmed that Fox discovered a 2.78-carat champagne colored diamond, the second-largest one registered at the park this year.

 Earlier in May Victoria Brodski of Tulsa, Oklahoma, found a 2.65-carat brown gem that she dubbed the Michelangelo Diamond. On March 11, Centerton, Arkansas, resident Kalel Langford found a 7.44-carat brown gem that he named Superman’s Diamond.

Fox named his gem “Way Out Yonder” as a tribute to their home in Montana. The gemstone will be made into a pendant for his wife, Jennifer.

“We still can’t believe that we found it. It was just by the grace of God and love,” Fox said.

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WORLD NEWS

Hugs, tears and applause when proud British Muslim meets Manchester mayor

ABC News(MANCHESTER, England) — Hashim Norat stood at the back of the crowd. Tears stained his cheeks from beneath his sunglasses. He and his wife had taken a 90-minute detour from their 25th wedding anniversary to stop today at St. Anne’s Square in Manchester, England, where a makeshift memorial has sprung up, festooned with hundreds of wreaths and candles for the victims of Monday night’s bombing at the Manchester Arena.

He wore shorts to “fit in, to look like a tourist” he told ABC News, expecting vitriol from hundreds gathered there to mourn because the suspected suicide bomber “thinks he did this in my religion.” And said he wouldn’t have blamed them.

 The bombing sank him into depression earlier this week, he said. But Manchester Mayor Andy Burham’s message of inclusiveness on Tuesday lifted him from the depths.

“I have a lot of faith in humanity … I love people,” he told ABC News. “This is not in my name, this is not in my religion’s name,” he repeated. He is a Muslim, and he is British, and he is deeply proud of being both.

 Twenty-two people were killed in Monday night’s suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena, including a female police officer and an 8-year-old girl. Salman Abedi, 22, the suspected suicide bomber, who had previously worshiped at a mosque, died at the scene of the attack. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the bombing.

Standing stunned at St. Anne’s Square, Norat couldn’t have known that Burham was solemnly addressing the press just feet away. ABC News told the mayor about Norat, and he hustled over.

Again, Norat teared up. He said he’d repeatedly watched a clip of the mayor calling for unity in a time of division. “That video alone gave us the courage to get up and say, ‘No, we’re gonna fight this,'” Norat told the mayor. “No individual is gonna ruin that.”

 Norat called the United Kingdom an amazing country, telling the mayor, “My father came here in 1965. He’s an imam, 88 years old. Six children. We own properties, we work hard, we pay taxes, we employ people, we run a charity.”

“We love people,” he told the mayor. “This is Islam. Not what that person did … 22 beautiful lives lost.”

Norat said Burnham’s words “gave the country hope.” A crowd had begun to gather around the two. First quick-moving photographers, snapping away. Then, people who moments before had been laying wreaths.

“My father always says, ‘A sentence can make a difference, positively and very negatively.’ … That positivity is going to go around the world.”

 “Don’t hate us. Love us, we are one,” Norat said. At that, the mayor, his arm still around Norat’s shoulder, responded, “We couldn’t be more proud of you being part of us.”

And suddenly, unexpected applause and cheers erupted. Total strangers started lining up to shake the men’s hands, to embrace them as they had embraced each other and this reeling community.

“Together … we will tackle those who are extremists and don’t represent anybody,” Burnham added.

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Hugs, tears and applause when proud British Muslim meets Manchester mayor

ABC News(MANCHESTER, England) — Hashim Norat stood at the back of the crowd. Tears stained his cheeks from beneath his sunglasses. He and his wife had taken a 90-minute detour from their 25th wedding anniversary to stop today at St. Anne’s Square in Manchester, England, where a makeshift memorial has sprung up, festooned with hundreds of wreaths and candles for the victims of Monday night’s bombing at the Manchester Arena.

He wore shorts to “fit in, to look like a tourist” he told ABC News, expecting vitriol from hundreds gathered there to mourn because the suspected suicide bomber “thinks he did this in my religion.” And said he wouldn’t have blamed them.

 The bombing sank him into depression earlier this week, he said. But Manchester Mayor Andy Burham’s message of inclusiveness on Tuesday lifted him from the depths.

“I have a lot of faith in humanity … I love people,” he told ABC News. “This is not in my name, this is not in my religion’s name,” he repeated. He is a Muslim, and he is British, and he is deeply proud of being both.

 Twenty-two people were killed in Monday night’s suicide bombing at the Manchester Arena, including a female police officer and an 8-year-old girl. Salman Abedi, 22, the suspected suicide bomber, who had previously worshiped at a mosque, died at the scene of the attack. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the bombing.

Standing stunned at St. Anne’s Square, Norat couldn’t have known that Burham was solemnly addressing the press just feet away. ABC News told the mayor about Norat, and he hustled over.

Again, Norat teared up. He said he’d repeatedly watched a clip of the mayor calling for unity in a time of division. “That video alone gave us the courage to get up and say, ‘No, we’re gonna fight this,'” Norat told the mayor. “No individual is gonna ruin that.”

 Norat called the United Kingdom an amazing country, telling the mayor, “My father came here in 1965. He’s an imam, 88 years old. Six children. We own properties, we work hard, we pay taxes, we employ people, we run a charity.”

“We love people,” he told the mayor. “This is Islam. Not what that person did … 22 beautiful lives lost.”

Norat said Burnham’s words “gave the country hope.” A crowd had begun to gather around the two. First quick-moving photographers, snapping away. Then, people who moments before had been laying wreaths.

“My father always says, ‘A sentence can make a difference, positively and very negatively.’ … That positivity is going to go around the world.”

 “Don’t hate us. Love us, we are one,” Norat said. At that, the mayor, his arm still around Norat’s shoulder, responded, “We couldn’t be more proud of you being part of us.”

And suddenly, unexpected applause and cheers erupted. Total strangers started lining up to shake the men’s hands, to embrace them as they had embraced each other and this reeling community.

“Together … we will tackle those who are extremists and don’t represent anybody,” Burnham added.

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US airstrike in Mosul caused explosion that killed more than 100 Iraqi civilians

iStock/Thinkstock(MOSUL, Iraq) — A U.S. military investigation has found that 105 civilians were killed in west Mosul in March after a coalition airstrike caused a secondary explosion that was fatal.

Investigators said they believe that ISIS deliberately planted two snipers on the structure’s rooftop and rigged the house with explosives to draw a coalition airstrike that would kill the civilians sheltering inside. Neither Iraqi nor coalition forces knew that civilians were inside the home prior to the coalition airstrike.

“This investigation determined that ISIS intentionally staged explosives in a home it knew to be occupied by more than 100 civilians and used this structure as a fighting position to engage Counter Terrorism forces (CTS)” said Brigadier General Matthew Isler, at a Pentagon briefing.

“They put a lot of work into this setup,” Isler, who lead the U.S. military’s investigation into the deadly airstrike, added.

A secondary explosion triggered by the U.S. airstrike killed 101 civilians inside the home and four others in a neighboring structure. An additional 36 civilians are still missing and may have escaped the airstrike

ISIS had discovered the large number of civilians gathered at the two story home in the Al-Jadidah district in west Mosul, according to Isler. After they “interacted” with the civilians, he continued, ISIS rigged the back of the house with explosives and positioned two snipers to draw fire on the house.

Elite CTS forces had taken ISIS sniper fire from the house for days and observed it for two days before they called in an airstrike to eliminate the two ISIS snipers.

While there had been overhead drone surveillance of the neighborhood before the Iraqi troops moved, bad weather prevented overhead surveillance on March 15 and 16.

On March 17, a U.S. aircraft dropped a GBU-38 precision bomb carrying 192 pounds of explosive power that was intended to eliminate the two snipers on the rooftop. That amount of explosives was not enough to bring down the structure, but it triggered a secondary blast from the explosives planted by ISIS.

Though the airstrike had gone through the coalition’s vigorous vetting to ensure there were no coalition casualties, Isler said, “Neither Coalition nor CTS forces knew that civilians were sheltered in the bottom floors of the structure.”

“Post blast analysis conducted by Coalition Explosive Ordnance Disposal teams’ detected explosive residues that are common to ISIS explosives, but are not consistent with the explosive content of the GBU-38,” said Isler. “ISIS-emplaced explosive material conservatively contained more than four times the net explosive weight of the GBU-38.”

Isler emphasized that the coalition takes responsibility for the airstrike.

In the wake of the incident, the coalition has already adapted new drone tactics to identify civilians being used by ISIS as human shields.

The coalition is reviewing a recommendation by investigators to establish a dedicated team that would work with Iraqi Civil Defense Force to help assess allegations of civilian casualties.

“The creation of this team will help speed-up the assessment process, provide for increased accountability for strikes that may result in civilian casualties, and help capture lessons learned so we can continue to improve our targeting procedures to defeat ISIS, while preserving civilian life and infrastructure to the maximum extent possible,” said Isler.

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Meet Brody, Your Magic104.9 Pet of The Week!

 Find Brody at the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley, 3551 Bataan Memorial West. Open Monday through Friday Noon – 6pm and Weekends Noon to 5pm.  This active fellow is looking for his forever home. Brody is a very sweet guy ready for some adventures. So, if you walk, run, hike, and go on nature adventure than Brody is your man. Brody has been at our shelter since September, 2016.

 

 

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur
  2. “Something Just Like This” by The Chain Smokers & Coldplay
  3. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran
  4. “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars
  5. “Cold” by Maroon 5 & Future

Magic104.9’s Top Tracks

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. “Shape Of Your” by Ed Sheeran
  2. “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur
  3. “Something Just Like This” by The Chain Smokers and Coldplay
  4. “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars
  5. “Cold” by Maroon 5 feat. Future

Meet Lola, Your Magic104.9 Pet of The Week!

Find Lola at the Animal Services Center of the Mesilla Valley, 3551 Bataan Memorial West. Open Monday through Friday Noon – 6pm and Weekends Noon to 5pm.  This sweet brindle beauty is Lola. A fun, rambunctious, loving, energetic girl, who is looking for a family that is willing to play with her, take her on hikes and adventures.  Lola has been with ASCMV since August, 2015. Are you the lucky family willing to give this beauty a chance? read more…

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  1. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran
  2. “That’s What I Like” by Bruno Mars
  3. “Say You Won’t Let Go” by James Arthur
  4. “Mercy” by Shawn Mendes
  5. “Something Just Like This” by The Chain Smokers & Coldplay

Bunny Bound to Break World Record Dies on United Airlines Flight

Bunny Bound to Break World Record Dies on United Airlines Flight

First we have the doctor that got dragged off the plane and now this? Not the bunny! Three-foot Simon, destined to be the world’s biggest bunny, died in the cargo section of a Boeing 767 after flying out of Heathrow to a new celebrity owner in the US.

It was said that the rabbit had a vet check up 3 hours before the flight and he was in top shape according to the veterinarian. Simon was flying to meet his new celebrity owner at O’Hare International Airport and is said to be very upset about the situation. No comment from United Airlines representatives on the bunny incident nor no word on who the rabbit celeb buyer is. .

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  1. “Shape Of You” by Ed Sheeran
  2. “Mercy” by Shawn Mendes
  3. “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” by Zayn feat. Taylor Swift
  4. “Scars To Your Beautiful” by Alessia Cara
  5. “Million Reasons” by Lady Gaga

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