Live music performances on television shows this week include:

Live music performances on television shows this week include:

v Gwen Stefani: Tonight on “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC)

v Barbra Streisand: Wednesday on “Ellen DeGeneres Show” (NBC)

v Cardi B, Erykah Badu: Wednesday on “Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” (NBC)

v Hanson: Thursday on “Late Late Show With James Corden” (CBS)

v Walk the Moon: Friday on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” (ABC)

“A Home for the Holidays with Josh Groban” (8 p.m., CBS): This annual special features uplifting stories of adoption from foster care, along with performances by Kelly Clarkson, Kacey Musgraves and Kane Brown.

“Finding Your Roots” (8 p.m., PBS): Comedic guests Garrison Keillor, Amy Schumer and Aziz Ansari take a look at their family trees in the season finale.

“The Year 2017” (9 p.m., ABC): From President Trump’s first year in office to the #MeToo movement triggered by widespread sex-abuse allegations in Hollywood to breakout stars and the viral videos that captured our attention, this special looks back on the highs and lows of the year. It features new interviews with some of the year’s most popular personalities and buzzworthy breakout stars, including comedian Tiffany Haddish, “Jeopardy” contestant winner Austin Rogers, YouTube sensation Logan Paul and tennis star Sloane Stephens.

“The Voice” (9 p.m., NBC): It’s the season finale, and host Carson Daly will reveal who America has chosen to be the winner.

TV listings, C3


Dwight Yoakam coming to Packard


Dwight Yoakam will come to Packard Music Hall on Feb. 22.

Tickets start at $39 and go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. at, by phone at 800-745-3000 and at the Packard box office, 1703 Mahoning Ave. NW.

The country music star’s current album, “Swimmin’ Pools, Movie Stars,” released in 2016, is his first bluegrass effort.

Twitter tightens content rules


Twitter has begun enforcing stricter policies on violent and abusive content such as hateful images or symbols, including those attached to user profiles.

The new guidelines, which were first announced one month ago, were put into place Monday.

Monitors at the company will weigh hateful imagery in the same way they do graphic violence and adult content.

If a user wants to post symbols or images that might be considered hateful, the post must be marked “sensitive media.” Other users would then see a warning that would allow them to decide whether to view the post.

Twitter also is prohibiting users from abusing or threatening others through their profiles or usernames.

The social media company will begin accepting reports from users. Users can report profiles or users they consider to be in violation of Twitter policy. Previously, users could only report individual posts.

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