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Last Update on July 29, 2015 07:08 GMT

CYNDI LAUPER REVEALS SHE SUFFERS FROM PSORIASIS

NEW YORK (AP) -- There's a reason why Cyndi Lauper has been covering up so much in the past few years: she dealt with a severe case of psoriasis. Lauper tells People magazine it started in 2010 with a scalp irritation, but within two years she had scaly skin over her entire body. She says at times she was so weak, she couldn't get out of bed. She even lost her singing voice for a while. Lauper still doesn't know what caused it, but she's been treating it with prescription medicine, Epsom salt baths and medicated creams. She also has cut sugar, alcohol and strawberries from her diet. Lauper has now partnered with the National Psoriasis Foundation to bring attention to the condition and its remedies.

FLAVOR FLAV FIRES LAWYER, LOSES PLEA DEAL OPPORTUNITY

MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) -- Flavor Flav no longer has a chance at a plea deal for allegedly speeding on his way to his mother's funeral, and he's fired his second lawyer in the case. Flav said in a courtroom in Mineola, New York, yesterday he doesn't deserve a felony charge. He has pleaded not guilty to driving with a suspended license, speeding and two misdemeanors after his arrest in January 2014 on Long Island. The judge revoked Flav's opportunity for a plea deal. His next court date is August 10.

PUDDLE OF MUDD SINGER CHARGED WITH DWI

OLIVIA, Minn. (AP) -- Puddle of Mudd singer Wes Scantlin is out on bail after appearing in court Monday to answer charges that he was driving 100 miles per hour with a blood alcohol nearly four times the legal limit. The Minnesota Star Tribune reports Scantlin is charged with fleeing police in a motor vehicle, refusing to submit to a chemical test and DWI. Authorities say they pulled him over early Sunday on a rural highway in southern Minnesota, and a breath test measured his blood-alcohol content at 0.31 percent. Scantlin's lawyer declined comment.

MIRANDA LAMBERT SPONSORS SCHOLARSHIP

NASHVILLE (AP) -- Miranda Lambert is giving a hand up to women who want to make it in the music business. Lambert has announced a $40,000 scholarship for a female student at Belmont University's Mike Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business. Lambert says she wants to break down the doors to women in music and empower them to achieve their goals. She performed a concert yesterday in Nashville to raise funds for the Miranda Lambert Women Creators Fund.

WHY TRISHA YEARWOOD WANTS TO TOUR WITH GARTH BROOKS

NASHVILLE (AP) -- Trisha Yearwood keeps getting asked what it's like to tour with her husband. Her reply is it's keeping their marriage together. Yearwood says she and Garth Brooks agreed that they didn't want to be married if they were going to be apart a lot, so they accept projects based on whether they can be together for them. She says it's great to spend two hours on stage doing what she loves, then spend the remaining time with the love of her life. Yearwood says their next project is to do the duets album they've been talking about for 15 years. She says it will probably be a Christmas album.

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007-a-10-(Trisha Yearwood, country singer, in AP interview)-"the same place"-Trisha Yearwood says she doesn't see being on tour with her husband, Garth Brooks, as anything but an asset to their marriage. (29 Jul 2015)

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006-a-17-(Trisha Yearwood, country singer, in AP interview)-"of your life"-Trisha Yearwood says she loves doing concerts with her husband, Garth Brooks. ((note length of cut)) (29 Jul 2015)

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008-a-10-(Trisha Yearwood, country singer, in AP interview)-"of more albums"-Trisha Yearwood says she and her husband, Garth Brooks, plan to hit the studio together. (29 Jul 2015)

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005-a-11-(Trisha Yearwood, country singer, in AP interview)-"of our marriage"-Trisha Yearwood says she and Garth Brooks take on projects based on whether the other one can be there. (29 Jul 2015)

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Business News

Major business and economic events scheduled for Wednesday

WASHINGTON (AP) -- The National Association of Realtors releases its pending home sales index this morning and Federal Reserve policymakers convene for their second and final day of a meeting to set interest rates. The Fed is expected to release a statement in the early afternoon.

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Entertainment News

"THE BACHELORETTE" COUPLE SPEAKS

NEW YORK (AP) -- The couple from this year's edition of "The Bachelorette" went on their first real date last night -- one without the prying eyes of TV reality show cameras trailing them around.

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NYC DINER EN BLANC

NEW YORK (AP) -- The location was secret -- but not the dress code.

Science/Tech News

IN THE NEWS: NIKE OFFERS PARTIAL REFUND TO END FUELBAND LAWSUIT

NEW YORK (AP) -- Got a Nike FuelBand?

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