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Prince William sings ‘Livin’ on a Prayer’ with Bon Jovi

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Prince William joined Jon Bon Jovi in a performance of the rock star’s song ‘Livin’ On A Prayer’ at a charity event in Kensington Palace.

The Prince, Bon Jovi and pop star Taylor Swift were the star guests at a gala in support of homeless charity Centrepoint on Tuesday.

During the evening, William met young people who Centrepoint has been supporting.

The event culminated with the prince, clad in a dinner suit and black tie, joining the performers on stage to sing Bon Jovi’s classic number.

Swift sang hits Trouble, Love Story and 15 and said she was honoured to perform at the palace.

“This is my first time playing at Kensington Palace or any palace for that matter,” she said.

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“I want to thank you for having me Prince William, this is just amazing.”

Benedict Cumberbatch, James Blunt and Tinie Tempah were among other guests.

William presented the Centrepoint Great Britain Youth Inspiration Award to Bon Jovi for his humanitarian work.

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People are calling Denver’s newest city council member a communist — but she’d rather be called an anarchist

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On April 10, Candi CdeBaca’s 33rd birthday, Denver’s second “bomb cyclone” of the year brought snow and heavy wind, and knocked out power in some areas, including at CdeBaca’s house in Elyria-Swansea. When CdeBaca, then a Denver City Council candidate, finally got power back and turned on her phone, she saw she had an unusually high number of missed calls and messages. Birthday wishes, she assumed.

“There was a death threat,” she said. “There were two of them within an hour. One of them said, ‘I was trained to kill commie shit like you.’”

The context: At a candidate forum on April 7, CdeBaca offered some remarks that, to many, sounded like she was advocating a Communist form of government.

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Honduran forces fire on students, 5 hurt: officials

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Honduran military police opened fire on protesting students at a university on Monday, wounding at least five, campus and hospital officials said.

Hundreds of students at the National Autonomous University of Honduras were demanding the resignation of the country's president, Juan Orlando Hernandez, after demonstrations against him intensified last week when three people were killed in protests.

"About 40 military police entered the university campus without authorization," Armando Sarmiento, director of institutional development at the Tegucigalpa-based university, told AFP.

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Health care price transparency: Fool’s gold, or real money in your pocket?

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The news is full of stories about monumental surprise hospital bills, sky-high drug prices and patients going bankrupt. The government’s approach to addressing this, via an executive order that President Trump signed June 24, 2019, is to make hospitals post their list prices online so that patients supposedly can comparison shop. But this is fool’s gold – information that doesn’t address the real question about why these prices are so high in the first place.

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