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Miranda Lambert released her seventh solo album, Wildcard, on Nov. 1. "I'm still stubborn and hardheaded," Lambert says, "But I have a career. People heard me. I don't have to scream it out anymore." Ben Tsui/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Miranda Lambert Is In It For The Long Haul

Lambert, who just put out her seventh album, Wildcard, has closed the gap between serious singer-songwriter and arena-rocking entertainer to become the most riveting country star of her generation.

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Miranda Lambert released her seventh solo album, Wildcard, on Nov. 1. "I'm still stubborn and hardheaded," Lambert says, "But I have a career. People heard me. I don't have to scream it out anymore." Ben Tsui/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Miranda Lambert Is In It For The Long Haul

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President Trump speaks to reporters upon arrival at the White House in Washington on Sunday. He called on reporters to publicly reveal the name of the whistleblower who set off the impeachment inquiry. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Whistleblower Offers To Field Written Questions About Call Trump Says Was 'Perfecto'

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Republican Gov. Matt Bevin campaigns outside the governor's mansion in Frankfort, Ky., with anti-abortion-rights activists. Bevin has been a consistent and vocal opponent of abortion rights in Kentucky. Sarah McCammon/NPR hide caption

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In Key 2019 Races, Activists Gear Up For Big Fight Over Abortion

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President and CEO of Saudi Aramco Amin Nasser and company chairman Yasir al-Rumayyan at a press conference in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia on Sunday. The privately-owned oil giant announced it will IPO next month. AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Saudi Aramco, World's Most Profitable Company, Will Make First Public Offering

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