Country music and Christmas go hand-in-hand for ABC special
Country music and Christmas music go hand-in-hand, according to the stars of the “CMA Country Christmas” TV special on ABC. Country stars Trisha Yearwood, Lady Antebellum and Chris Young celebrate the season with gospel artist CeCe Winans and Chri...
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After nearly 11 months onboard the International Space Station, NASA astronaut Christina Koch can't wait to dig into some salsa and chips, and swim and surf in the Gulf of Mexico. She holds the record for the longest spaceflight by a woman.
A Connecticut man charged with murdering his estranged wife has been rushed to the hospital after being treated for carbon monoxide poisoning. Fotis Dulos was found when police officers went to his house in Farmington for a welfare check.
Here's the latest for Tuesday, January 28th: Trump defense team argues against calling Bolton during impeachment; Palestinians reject Trump's peace plan; U.S. health officials expand China travel advisory; Hybrid fitness a huge hit in Hollywood.
Lead impeachment manager Rep. Adam Schiff says the abrupt ending of the President Donald Trump's defense team today in the Senate shows "they are still reeling from the revelation of John Bolton's book and what he has to say."
President Donald Trump's legal team argued against the relevance of testimony from Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton on Tuesday while the Senate braced for debate on whether to summon witnesses into the impeachment trial.
President Donald Trump's legal team has concluded their defense in his impeachment trial. They are depicting a president being hounded by investigations. The Senate is now braced for debate on whether to allow witnesses to testify.
President Donald Trump's long-awaited Middle East peace plan calls for the creation of a State of Palestine with its capital in portions of east Jerusalem. A plan which strongly favors Israel, the Palestinians have already say no to.
President Donald Trump's legal team was presenting its final day of arguments in his impeachment trial Tuesday as Republicans wrestled with whether to allow witnesses, including John Bolton who appeared ready to contradict a key Trump claim.
Top Senate Democrat, Chuck Schumer calling for witnesses, says Former National Security Adviser John Bolton has relevant testimony that "gets to the heart' of the impeachment and Republicans call for Hunter Biden adds nothing to the proceedings.
Top U.S. health officials say more confirmed cases of the coronavirus are likely to turn up in the U.S., but they assess the immediate health risk to the general public as low because they have not tracked any spread of the virus in U.S. communit...
Myon Burrell has served more than 17 years for the shooting of an 11-year-old girl _ a case originally prosecuted by presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar. But an Associated Press investigation uncovered myriad inconsistencies in the case.
At the Oscar Luncheon, Greta Gerwig talks about focusing on work rather than accolades, working on increasing women's participation in movies and inspiring future generations.
Nicki Minaj's brother sentenced to 25 years to life; Harvey Weinstein NYC sex assault trial picks up pace; DiCaprio, Zellweger and more Oscar hopefuls attend luncheon.
Speaking in Park City, Utah, Anne Hathaway, Rosie Perez and Edi Gathegi say new '80s set film - "The Last Thing he Wanted" - will remind audiences to hold government accountable for its foreign relations.
At Sundance, "Downhill" cast, including Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus, talk about adapting "Force Majeure" and playing it straight. The film marked the first meeting between the two comedy giants.
Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Renee Zellweger, Cynthia Erivo, and Robert De Niro were among the Oscar nominees attending the annual luncheon, which celebrates their achievements and offers key advice ahead of the ceremony.
Actor Jonathan Pryce admits he was "half listening" to the Oscar nominations, but, when he heard his name called, he found himself "laughing and crying at the same time."
Speaking at the Oscars luncheon, Robert De Niro said the reaction to his movie "The Irishman" was the "icing on the cake," after being able to work with friends Al Pacino, Joe Pesci, and Martin Scorsese.