Saturday Sessions: Robert Plant and Alison Krauss perform “Can’t Let Go”

Robert Plant and Alison Krauss join this week’s Saturday Sessions. The two first sang together at a 2004 tribute and decided to try recording together. The result, "Raising Sand," was an award-winning blockbuster. Now they’re out with a new album "Raise the Roof.” From Nashville, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss perform "Can’t Let Go."

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‘Go Get Boosted’: Fauci Says Every Adult Should Get Covid Booster

Dr. Anthony Fauci: “If you’re 18 or older, and you’ve been primarily vaccinated, go get boosted.”
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Rosenberg: ‘Several Months To Go’ Before Court Decision On Trump Executive Privilege

Former U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg discusses a federal appeals court decision to issue a brief hold on the release of Trump files to Jan. 6 committee. 
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Zaytoven on Gucci Mane Rapping “Go Dig Your Partner Up” on His Beat (Part 4)

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Part 1: https://youtu.be/5nuCvlRdd3c
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In this clip, Zaytoven opened up about being in the studio with Gucci Mane to produce "Truth," a diss track aimed at Jeezy. When asked how he felt about the "dig your partner up" lyric, Zaytoven explained that Gucci Mane is a big reason for his early success, so he felt a strong sense of loyalty toward him. Zaytoven went on to explain that a lot of artists signed to big labels avoided him due to his connection to Gucci Mane, but that all changed when he linked up with Usher to produce "Papers," which won him his first and only Grammy. That led to a conversation about Zaytoven working with some of the biggest artists, including Drake, and he admitted that he doesn’t follow the charts or the money he’s making off of the hit songs. To hear more, including Zaytoven speaking about caring more about moving the culture, hit the above clip.

Cutting greenhouse gas emissions: is nuclear energy the way to go? | DW News

As the COP26 climate conference winds down France says it will meet its CO2 reduction goals by 2050, but only with more nuclear power to meet demand during the transition to renewables.

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Dr. Mary Steele-Agee’s newly released book “Let It All Go!: What Are You ‘Weighting’ For?” is an engaging opportunity for reflection and spiritual growth

“Let It All Go!: What Are You ‘Weighting’ For?” from Christian Faith Publishing author Dr. Mary Steele-Agee is an articulate discussion of how one can facilitate positive change through dedicated prayer.

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All Polished And Finally Someplace to Go: Sales of Women’s Hair Styling and Men’s Grooming Products are Up Double-digits

Now that there are places to go and people to see, consumers are spending more money and time on their hair styling and grooming, reports The NPD Group.

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Ben Simmons has GOT TO GO! – Stephen A. on Simmons getting thrown out of practice | First Take

Ben Simmons has GOT TO GO! - Stephen A. on Simmons getting thrown out of practice | First Take

Ben Simmons has GOT TO GO! – Stephen A. on Simmons getting thrown out of practice | First Take
Stephen A. Smith and Jay Williams react to Doc Rivers kicking Ben Simmons out of practice yesterday and weigh in on the Philadelphia 76ers suspending him from their season opener against the New Orleans Pelicans.
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