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It might be cold and snowy outside, but visitors to the Philadelphia Flower Show will be ushered into the spring-like, endless flower fields of Holland.
 
Nicki Minaj addresses Remy Ma drama in new song 'No Frauds'
Nicki Minaj has responded to Remy Ma's harsh diss track in a new song featuring her label mates Drake and Lil Wayne.
 
Pregnant Ciara uninjured in minor Los Angeles car crash
A representative for Ciara says the pregnant entertainer is doing well after a minor car accident Friday in Los Angeles.
 
Sessions seeks resignations of 46 US attorneys
Attorney General Jeff Sessions is seeking the resignations of 46 U.S. attorneys who were holdovers from the Obama administration.
 
Gay vets to march in Paddy's Day parade
Organizers of the city's St. Patrick's Day parade reversed course on Friday and said they would allow a group of gay veterans to march in this year's parade.
 
UN 'will put victims first, urge action against abusers'
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres announced new measures Thursday to tackle the increase in sexual abuse and exploitation by U.N. peacekeepers and staff, calling for a new focus on victims and bans on alcohol and fraternization for troops.
 
Headlines over Amal Clooney 'baby bump' earn backlash
Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney, who represents victims of rape and kidnappings by members of the Islamic State group, urged a United Nations meeting to step up the pressure on the extremists, so why did her yellow dress and her "baby bump" also make headlines?
 
Top Marine asks women to 'trust us' in nude-photo inquiry
Fewer than 10 women victims have come forward so far in the investigation into nude photos of female service members that were posted online without their permission, the top Marine general said Friday. He pleaded with female Marines to "trust us" and reach out to make complaints or seek help.
 
Beijing should resume official talks with Taiwan: US think tank
U.S. representatives had suggested to Beijing that it resume official communications with Taiwan, according to a New York-based think tank.
 
Fewer than 10 women victims have come forward so far in the investigation into nude photos of female service members that were posted online without their permission, the top Marine general said Friday. He pleaded with female Marines to "trust us" and reach out to make complaints or seek help.
 
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