Malaysian pop singer Yuna moved to Los Angeles three years ago to pursue her music career — and at this point, it seems like she’s on the right track. The singer has worked with Pharrell Williams and boasts more than 1 million Twitter followers who love her ethereal pop songs, fused with electronic, folk and R&B beats.
She stopped by USA TODAY’s StudioA for a three-song set.
Watch the full performance and an interview: http://usat.ly/1puFFC7
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A U.S. man hasn’t won the Boston Marathon since 1983.
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Can’t stop staring.
So that happened.
For the undecided.
We totally called it! Stephen Colbert was our No. l choice in our top 10 list of replacements for David Letterman, who announced his retirement last week. Today, CBS proved us right when they announced Colbert will take the reins of The Late Show sometime next year.
Government often has 10 agencies doing one job -
A new government report on duplication and fragmentation in federal programs can read like a book of “screw-in-a-light-bulb” jokes.
It takes 10 different offices at the Department of Health and Human Services to run programs addressing AIDS in minority communities. Autism research is spread out over 11 different agencies. Eight agencies at the Defense Department are looking for prisoners of war and missing in action. And Schriever Air Force Base in Colorado has eight different satellite control centers to control 10 satellite programs.
The report, by the non-partisan Government Accountability Office, identifies 26 new areas where federal government programs are fragmented, duplicative, overlapping or just inefficient. Add that to the 162 areas identified in past reports, and Congress has a road map for saving tens of billions of dollars a year.
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