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Plenty of your favorite Disney Channel stars are professional musicians now. Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez and Demi Lovato successfully maneuvered their careers from starring in shows to starring on the stage.
While it may seem like pop music has been totally infiltrated by signers from the Disney Channel, there's plenty of room for more.
A youth organization in Mexico transformed a boring hillside into an eye-catching piece of art with the help of the local community.
The group, called German Crew, worked with local government officials in order to change the hillside in the Palmitas district in Pachuca, Mexico according to My Modern Met. In total, the project involved 20,000 square meters of painted space over 209 houses on the hill
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In addition to changing a dull group of homes into a vibrant mural that's impossible to miss, the group worked with 452 families in order to complete the project, allowing residents to help with the color selection and benefit from a fresh coat of paint on their home.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Britain's minister for defense procurement on Tuesday urged the United States to buy more UK-built weapons, saying current trade flows were too much of a one-way street. The comments by Philip Dunne marked a public nudge by one of the United States' leading allies over the trade imbalance between the two countries.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to ban the possession of large-capacity gun magazines on Tuesday, following San Francisco to become the second major city in California to take that step. The ordinance prohibits Los Angeles residents from possessing a handgun or rifle magazine that fits more than 10 rounds.
President Barack Obama’s top adviser on counterterrorism is unlikely to recommend that her boss issue a pardon to Edward Snowden, the former U. S. intelligence contractor who leaked classified information on American surveillance programs. The adviser on Tuesday reiterated a point that the Obama administration has previously stated: Snowden should be held accountable for actions the White House claims endangered the lives of men and women who keep the country safe.
Washington (AFP) - Archaeologists have identified the remains of four men who were among the leaders of an early English settlement in Virginia's Jamestown. It took years for scientists to identify the poorly preserved bones belonging to an Anglican priest and three military officials. They were found in what is believed to be the oldest Protestant church in the modern-day United States.