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There are signs that at the very least, youth voter turnout will exceed 2014's rock-bottom 16 percent figure. [Read More]
Last year, at least 48 artists were handed prison sentences in authoritarian countries. [Read More]
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Taylor Swift, Jennifer Lopez and other stars made an appearance at L.A.'s Microsoft Theater. [Read More]
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already in the headlines this week - performed and took home four trophies, tying Camila Cabello. [Read More]
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A surprise Instagram post from the megastar marked her entrance into the political arena. Can she make a difference? [Read More]
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Kanye West's support is welcomed, but Taylor Swift is seen as an elitist in an "ivory tower." [Read More]
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What happens when a man who announced his candidacy from an old wooden chair on a porch is unexpectedly endorsed by the world's biggest pop... [Read More]
The Clintons, the Bushes and Hope Hicks show how politicians are becoming more like entertainers. [Read More]
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The president fired back at the pop megastar after she broke her long silence on politics Sunday night. [Read More]
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The pop superstar alluded to "several events" in her life that encouraged her to speak up. [Read More]
Taylor Swift endorsed two Tennessee Democrats, breaking her long silence on political subjects. Here are some things that might have influenced her to speak up. [Read More]
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The Trump Internet had largely convinced itself Swift was on its side, despite a total lack of evidence. [Read More]
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It's not so much the substance of her political endorsements but her decision to follow her personal conscience that makes Taylor Swift's decision to speak... [Read More]
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Unique, specific and targeted. [Read More]
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The pop megastar said that Rep. Marsha Blackburn's "voting record in Congress appalls and terrifies me." [Read More]
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Younger generations, more loyal to Democrats, could be a major voting bloc, but they don't show up to the polls. [Read More]
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Since Swift's Instagram post, the majority of new voter registrations were from people aged 18 to 29, according to Vote.org. [Read More]
Since Swift's Instagram post, the majority of new voter registrations were from people aged 18 to 29, according to Vote.org. [Read More]
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