America’s No. 1 song isn’t in English. That doesn’t happen often.

For the second week in a row, the song that’s sitting atop the Billboard Hot 100 list is “Despacito,” a Spanish-language track by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, with an assist from Canadian boy Justin Bieber. (It’s Bieber’s third week in a row singing on a No. 1 track since he was on D.J.

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America’s No. 1 song isn’t in English. That doesn’t happen often.

For the second week in a row, the song that’s sitting atop the Billboard Hot 100 list is “Despacito,” a Spanish-language track by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, with an assist from Canadian boy Justin Bieber. (It’s Bieber’s third week in a row singing on a No. 1 track since he was on D.J.

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America’s No. 1 song isn’t in English. That doesn’t happen often.

For the second week in a row, the song that’s sitting atop the Billboard Hot 100 list is “Despacito,” a Spanish-language track by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, with an assist from Canadian boy Justin Bieber. (It’s Bieber’s third week in a row singing on a No. 1 track since he was on D.J.

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America’s No. 1 song isn’t in English. That doesn’t happen often.

For the second week in a row, the song that’s sitting atop the Billboard Hot 100 list is “Despacito,” a Spanish-language track by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, with an assist from Canadian boy Justin Bieber. (It’s Bieber’s third week in a row singing on a No. 1 track since he was on D.J.

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America’s No. 1 song isn’t in English. That doesn’t happen often.

For the second week in a row, the song that’s sitting atop the Billboard Hot 100 list is “Despacito,” a Spanish-language track by Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee, with an assist from Canadian boy Justin Bieber. (It’s Bieber’s third week in a row singing on a No. 1 track since he was on D.J.

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Trump’s supporters aren’t abandoning him in this Pennsylvania town

Just two miles separated the Amvets post flea market from a meeting of refugees in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. But the opinions on President Donald Trump were nowhere near each other. Below is how people viewed the complicated DC headlines in one American town.

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