Leonardo DiCaprio, Robert De Niro, Taika Waititi, Renée Zellweger, Al Pacino, Quentin Tarantino, and Laura Dern are among the many Academy Award nominees who are gathered for the annual luncheon that serves as a meet-and-greet, celebration and training session for each year’s class of Oscar nominees
Derek Jeter and Larry Walker will be inducted on July 26 at the Hall in Cooperstown along with catcher Ted Simmons and former players’ association head Marvin Miller, who were voted in last month by the Hall’s Modern Era Committee
The US has its first case of a new virus found last month in China, but health officials say they believe the overall risk to Americans is low
Two people in Guangdong province in southern China caught the virus from family members, says a respiratory expert
Harry at a charity speech said he had "no other option" but to step away as he and his wife seek a more peaceful life.
The palace says the couple will repay some 2.4 million pounds ($3.1 million) of taxpayers' money that was spent renovating their home near Windsor Castle.
Schools would be allowed to cut the amount of certain types of vegetables served at lunch
The two new Trump attorneys are already nationally known both for their involvement in some of the more consequential legal dramas of recent American history and for their regular appearances on Fox News, the president’s preferred television network.
Fire and rescue personnel extracted one person from beneath the vehicle, police said in a statement
Pope Francis is considering whether to allow married men to be ordained to address the Catholic priest shortage
Pilot's last message was that he was climbing to avoid cloud cover, says air traffic control
A US prosecutor overseeing the Jeffrey Epstein sex trafficking investigation says Prince Andrew has been uncooperative in the inquiry
The spokesman for U.S. forces in Afghanistan, Col. Sonny Leggett, said the military plane, a Bombardier E-11A, crashed in the Ghazni province and an investigation of its causes was ongoing. Monday's plane crash is not expected to derail U.S.-Taliban peace talks if it turns out it was an accident
The park on the Tennessee River includes a boat ramp, a dock and a restaurant, and offers boat rentals, according to Jackson County's government website
Kim Kyong Hui’s fate had been in doubt after Kim Jong Un had her husband and the North’s No. 2 official, Jang Song Thaek, executed for treason and corruption in December 2013
The chopper they were traveling in went down in Calabasas, about 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles on Sunday morning
The 41-year-old NBA All-Star was killed along with his daughter in a helicopter crash Sunday morning in California
The crash happened on a foggy morning around 10 a.m. about 30 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles
The woman in her 60s returned from China on Jan. 13 without showing any signs of illness, but three or four days later she called her doctor to report feeling sick
'Some cities in other states have approved such actions, but these are the first state-issued approvals'
Lehrer moderated his first presidential debate in 1988 and was a frequent consensus choice in subsequent presidential contests. He likened the job to “walking down the blade of a knife.” he once said. "I know how important it is, but it's not about me. It's what the candidates say that matters"
“I was punching him. I was kicking him. I was just trying to get him off of me" after he pushed his way into her apartment and pinned her on a bed in the early 1990s, Sciorra told the jury. She said he overpowered her, seizing her hands and holding them over her head, and raped her
Carter was released more than three months early from a county jail in Massachusetts, where she had been serving a 15-month sentence.
The teenager surrendered peacefully after killing his 52-year-old mother and three of his siblings, and wounding the children's father last Friday in Grantsville, west of Salt Lake City
It is estimated that in 2012 about 36,000 foreign-born women gave birth in the US, then left the country
Normally bustling streets, shopping malls, restaurants and other public spaces in Wuhan were eerily quiet
One of the boys got out of the car, rang the doorbell and then ran back to the car after a man opened it
The C-130 Lockheed large air tanker was lost after it left Richmond in New South Wales with retardant
The family of four disappeared without a trace in February 2010. Their bodies were not found until 2013, when an off-road motorcyclist came across them in the Mojave Desert.
The actor who formed Monty Python's Flying Circus with Eric Idle, John Cleese, Michael Palin, Graham Chapman and Terry Gilliam died on Tuesday, January 21
However, if there are witnesses in Trump’s trial, their testimony will be new, unlike the witnesses who deposed in Clinton’s trial
22-year-old mother Rachel Henry 'has admitted to harming her three children' which led to their deaths, police Sgt. Mercedes Fortune said
19-year-old Kiernan Christopher Williams is expected to face capital murder charges for the shooting in San Antonio that left two dead and five injured
One of the surviving participants said they were helpless, bound, unconscious or sightless much of the time
The four-hour film, “Surviving Jeffrey Epstein,” will air this summer, the cable channel said Saturday
Forecasters, however, say warmer weather will arrive by Saturday melting snow but increasing flood threat
In total, 41 people in Wuhan province have been diagnosed with a novel coronavirus, a family of viruses that can cause both the common cold and more severe diseases like SARS and MERS.
The trial, only the third such undertaking in American history, is unfolding at the start of the election year, a time of deep political division in the nation. Four of the senators sitting in judgment on Trump are running for the Democratic Party’s nomination to challenge him in the fall.
John Gardner, 64, received a lethal injection at the state penitentiary in Huntsville for the January 2005 slaying of Tammy Gardner
As Prince Harry and wife Meghan step back as senior royals, a debate is raging about what role racism played in fueling the couple's discontent
The lawmakers moved the impeachment out of Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Democratic-run House to the Republican-majority Senate, where the president's team is mounting a defense aiming for swift acquittal
Signing pens are swag in Washington, often framed and hung in lobbies across the city as trophies of proximity to power. Trump has engaged in the tradition himself.
Medvedev's resignation followed Putin's annual state of the nation address earlier Wednesday. During his speech, the Russian leader proposed amending the constitution to increase the powers of prime ministers and Cabinet members.
The show to be adopted in local-language productions in Italy and India, with another announced Tuesday in Mexico. Amazon called the U.S. version the 'mothership' of the project, with production set to begin this summer.
The queen said in a statement: “Although we would have preferred them to remain full-time working members of the Royal Family, we respect and understand their wish to live a more independent life as a family while remaining a valued part of my family''
Beyoncé’s 'Spirit' couldn't get nominated for the best original song category
This year's nominees will bring plenty of star power to the February 9 ceremony — a good thing, too, since the show will for the second straight year go without a host
"The use of inflammatory language in this way is offensive and potentially harmful," the statement read
The airport has been shut down and plans are being made to evacuate hundreds of thousands of villagers
The plane was shot down early Wednesday, hours after Iran launched a ballistic missile attack on two military bases housing U.S. troops in Iraq in retaliation for the killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani in an American airstrike in Baghdad
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