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Democratic presidential candidate Senator Bernie Sanders is facing blowback from both parties for his comments about the late Cuban dictator Fidel Castro. Democratic representative Donna Shalala of Florida told reporters 'he doesn't get it.'"
Highlights of this day in history: Ferdinand Marcos flees the Philippines; Soviet leader Nikita Khrushchev denounces Josef Stalin; Samuel Colt patents the revolver; Muhammad Ali becomes world boxing champ; Musician George Harrison born.
US health official says the virus, which causes the COVID-19 illness, has infected more than 79,000 people globally, and caused more than 2,600 deaths, is nearing pandemic level.
A couple who got lost during a Valentine's Day hike in the woods of Northern California was found Saturday by rescuers who spent almost a week looking for them and had given up hopes of finding them alive.
An Arizona family and their dog narrowly avoided being swept away after their SUV got stuck in rushing floodwaters. Dramatic video from Saturday night's rescue shows the family of five holding onto the roll cage of the SUV.
The "Leaning Tower of Dallas" has endured scores of blows from a wrecking ball. The social media sensation born when a part of an 11-story building survived implosion is set to come down.
Grammy-winning singer Lauren Daigle is now playing arenas due to the crossover success of her single “You Say,” but said she still wants her show to feel as intimate as a smaller venue.
Weinstein accuser Ambra Battilana Gutierrez, who says she was assaulted by the Hollywood producer in 2015, told reporters outside a Manhattan courthouse on Monday her dream was fulfilled following the announcement of his guilty conviction.
Former “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett pleaded not guilty Monday to restored charges that accuse him of staging a racist, homophobic attack against himself last year in Chicago. His attorneys are also seeking to have the case dismissed.
Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has been hounded by protesters during a march with McDonald's workers in Charleston, South Carolina, who are striking for a $15 minimum wage.
Here's the latest for Monday, February 24: Harvey Weinsten is found guilty on two charges; Kobe Bryant is honored with a public memorial at the Staples Center; President Donald Trump visits India; Famed NASA mathematician Katherine Johnson dies at...
The first day of President Donald Trump's visit to India was devoted enviable photo-ops: the largest rally of his presidency sandwiched between visits to a former home of independence leader Mohandas Gandhi and a sunset tour of the Taj Mahal.
Actor Jussie Smollett is back in court Monday on a new set of charges accusing him of lying to Chicago police about being the victim of a racist and homophobic attack last year.
Jurors at Harvey Weinstein's New York City rape trial are set to resume deliberations after signaling they are at odds on the top charges in the closely watched #MeToo case.
Jussie Smollett to make 1st court appearance on new charges; Armani holds runway show in empty theater due to coronavirus; U.S. box office goes "Sonic" again but hears "Call of the Wild."
Speaking at the American Black Film Festival Honors in Beverly Hills, actor Jamie Foxx says he wishes he could "melt down" his Oscar and give it to Samuel L. Jackson.
Speaking at the American Black Film Festival Honors in Beverly Hills, Cynthia Erivo compares playing American abolitionist Harriet Tubman to playing Aretha Franklin. The British actress will portray the Queen of Soul in Season Three of National Ge...
Here's the latest for Monday February 24th: President Trump visits India; Bernie Sanders campaigns in Texas; More coronavirus cases in South Korea; Police and soldiers clash in Haiti.
President Donald Trump arrived in India on Monday for a two-day visit. His packed itinerary includes a large rally in the world's biggest cricket stadium in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad, and a sunset visit to the Taj Mahal.