Rapper Juice WRLD dead after Chicago medical emergency

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Rapper Juice WRLD dead after Chicago medical emergency

Authorities say Chicago-area rapper Juice WRLD has been pronounced dead after a "medical emergency'' at Midway International Airport.

Dionne Warwick talks about her new Christmas album and what makes a great singer

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Dionne Warwick talks about her new Christmas album and what makes a great singer

Warwick, 78, has released her 38th studio album, "Dionne Warwick & the Voices of Christmas." She talked with The Inquirer about putting it together, and shared her thoughts on the current state of music.

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