Kim Godwin has been named president of ABC News, making her the first Black woman to run a broadcast TV news division.
Godwin, whose appointment was made official Wednesday by ABC parent Walt Disney Co., is exiting CBS ...Read more
The Placerville City Council voted unanimously late Tuesday to remove the noose symbol from its city logo.
The “meeting has been a long time coming,” said Mayor Dennis Thomas.
The issue was first raised last summer ...Read more
HARTFORD, Conn. — Buddy, the cleaver-fleeing, freedom-loving beefalo that has been wandering the woods of Connecticut for more than eight months, was caught late Tuesday, possibly looking for love.
The half-ton bull had...Read more
Dell Technologies said Wednesday that it is spinning off its ownership stake in VMware, a California-based cloud-software company.
The deal is expected to close in the fourth quarter of calendar 2021 and result in two ...Read more
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Florida House voted Wednesday to block transgender children from playing on sports teams that align with their gender.
The bill, a Republican push to ban transgender athletes from joining girls’ ...Read more
LOS ANGELES — In a breathtaking sequence in Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time ... In Hollywood,” the majestic Cinerama Dome marquee glimmers to life at dusk, a beacon beckoning movie lovers from its perch ...Read more
WASHINGTON — If a series of life-threatening situations hasn’t motivated Congress to plan for the worst, what could?
Such scenarios are not abstract. A gunman opened fire at an early morning baseball practice in June ...Read more
Search and rescue teams on Wednesday were combing through the Gulf of Mexico after a commercial vessel carrying 18 people capsized off the coast of Louisiana.
Coast Guard crews, with the help of several Good Samaritans ...Read more
WASHINGTON — Republicans have been pounding Vice President Kamala Harris for weeks, asking when she’ll travel to Central America and Mexico to begin face-to-face talks about curbing the flow of migrants seeking to ...Read more
As the new leader of the Department of Veterans Affairs toured VA hospitals across Kansas last week, he confronted the continuing fallout from a sexual abuse scandal in the state that tarnished the agency.
Court judgments...Read more
"Like, we didn't kill him. He's still alive!"
That's what Shonda Rhimes told Vanity Fair recently, reacting to the uproar over news that fan favorite Rege-Jean Page would not return as Simon Basset, Duke of Hastings, in ...Read more
"The Bachelor's" Colton Underwood revealed that he's gay in an emotional interview with Robin Roberts on "Good Morning America" on Wednesday. And compared with the franchise's past handling of the subject of gay romance, ...Read more
WASHINGTON — First lady Jill Biden successfully underwent what the White House called a “common medical procedure” on Wednesday and is resuming her normal schedule.
President Joe Biden, who announced his plan later ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The new president will have to wait until at least 2022 before famous comedians can dunk on him in front of a room full of journalists.
The White House Correspondents’ Dinner has been called off for the ...Read more
WASHINGTON — The Capitol Police Department needs to restructure its civil disturbance unit and overhaul its intelligence operation, glaring problems that hampered the department’s ability to secure the Capitol on the ...Read more
The U.S. vaccination drive has failed to equitably reach people of all races, and the pause on the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine is halting key efforts to jab hard-to-reach minority populations.
The J&J shot only ...Read more
Morgan Wallen peeked out from Cancellation Land on Tuesday with an update on where his head’s at after his recent behavior and a racist slur effectively got him banned from country music.
The “Whisky Glasses” singer...Read more
The February documentary “Framing Britney Spears” garnered the attention of fans of the 39-year-old pop star but left many of them concerned about her well-being as new details regarding her personal life were revealed...Read more
WASHINGTON — The Justice Department won’t pursue criminal charges in the death of a woman who was shot by police during the Jan. 6 siege of the U.S. Capitol.
The woman, Ashli Babbitt, was among a crowd of Donald Trump...Read more
Vaccine hesitancy in the U.S. is shrinking, though 1 in 7 residents remain wary about getting a COVID-19 vaccine, largely because of concerns about side effects.
That segment is younger and less educated than average, ...Read more
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