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Harry Styles will show off his acting chops in the upcoming film "Don’t Worry Darling" — but not much else
Ryan Reynolds said he once gave his now wife Blake Lively relationship advice — but it didn’t exactly work out
A local Colorado news anchor reminded viewers of Rep. Lauren Boebert’s past open embrace of the racist “replacement theory” that reportedly inspired the massacre at a supermarket in Buffalo last weekend
Gas prices hit record highs this week, as consumers are grappling with soaring inflation. With oil prices hovering around $112 per barrel, drivers are unlikely to see much relief at the pump for now.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi can no longer take communion because she supports abortion rights and also publicly invokes her Catholic faith, the archbishop of San Francisco said in a letter
Pete Davidson confirms he's leaving "SNL" in emotional farewell note: "I'm so happy and sad about tonight's show"
You can have eight free COVID-19 tests delivered to your home. Here's how.
"I’m ready to be a role model." Yumi Nu is the first plus-size Asian-American model on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue.
"Pharma bro" Martin Shkreli, known for raising the price of a lifesaving drug more than 40-fold, has been released from prison, where he had been serving a seven-year term for fraud
It is unlikely “at this point” that Johnny Depp would return to a potential sixth “Pirates of the Caribbean” movie to play Captain Jack Sparrow again, producer Jerry Bruckheimer revealed
An Indiana women who suffered a heart attack at age 14 is now celebrating a new start in her life after undergoing a heart transplant ❤️
From filling water cups with soda to letting your child place their own order, there are several things fast-food workers wish you would stop doing
Don Gorske has eaten a Big Mac almost every day for 50 years ― more than 32,000 as of last August
A new study by a leading medical journal finds that deaths from pollution have increased to 9 million people each year — roughly one of six annual deaths worldwide
According to promises made a few years ago by automakers and the tech industry, we should all be sharing the road with millions of driverless cars by now. What happened?
Around 64 million women and girls of reproductive age live in the United States, and more than half of them live in states that could seek to ban or further restrict access to abortion if the Supreme Court were to overturn Roe v. Wade
A couple sold their house to live permanently on cruise ships because they said it's cheaper than paying a mortgage
Until recently, CEOs had been touting their ability to boost prices for consumers above and beyond the amount needed to offset growing labor and supply chain expenses. But recent earnings calls suggest they might may have overplayed their hands.
Christian Cooper, the Black man accosted by a white woman who became known as “Central Park Karen” during a birdwatching excursion in 2020, is set to host his own birdwatching TV series
Emma Heming Willis says taking care of her family since husband Bruce's aphasia diagnosis has "taken a toll" on her
We're already seeing the U.S. housing market slow down in the face of spiking mortgage rates. Mortgage applications are declining, fewer listings are getting multiple offers, and inventory levels are rising again.
Former President Donald Trump has paid the $110,000 in fines he racked up after being held in contempt of court for being slow to respond to a civil subpoena issued by New York’s attorney general
“Sex ought to be between one man and one woman in the confines of marriage.” Donald Trump’s pick for a Michigan state Senate seat is promising to ban all birth control if she gets the chance.
Rosmarie Trapp, whose Austrian family the von Trapps was made famous in the musical and beloved movie “The Sound of Music,” has died. She was 93.
The University of Central Florida must reinstate a longtime tenured professor who was fired after comments he made on Twitter were roundly condemned as racist following the murder of George Floyd
“Heartstopper” fans, rejoice: Charlie and Nick will be back for a second and third season of the hit Netflix show
The man accused of attacking Dave Chappelle during a show in Los Angeles this month was also charged with the attempted murder of his roommate, authorities said
Bill de Blasio is back: "I feel a fire," the former New York mayor said as he announced his run for Congress
During our #AAPIHeritageMonth livestream: Nourishing the Soul, award winning journalist @JujuChangABC tells us why sharing her favorite traditional childhood dish with her family is so important. Watch the full interview at
Elon Musk rejected allegations that he exposed his erect penis to a flight attendant and groped her without her consent
Binance's luna holdings were once worth $1.6 billion, but are now worth about $2,200
A lawsuit has been filed against Apple alleging that a boy suffered hearing damage when he received an Amber Alert while using his AirPods Pro
Look at that face, those pleading eyes, that nose that kept you company all through the pandemic. Now explain to your dog why it is so, so important that you return to the office — leaving her alone all day, after two years of 24/7 togetherness.
The CDC has updated its coronavirus guidance for domestic travel, urging travelers to take a test close to departure regardless of vaccination status
JUST IN: SpaceX paid a flight attendant $250,000 in severance after she accused Elon Musk of exposing himself and offering to buy her a horse in exchange for a sexual massage
A creative Florida man is accused of fabricating his own pardon from former President Trump — while he was under investigation for fraud, federal court documents report
Because pugs are at an increased risk of developing dozens of disorders, a new study said they can no longer be considered "a typical dog"
"I took a 95 MPH line straight into my forehead." Colorado Rockies reporter Kelsey Wingert shared a gruesome photo two days after she was struck in the head by a foul ball.
Take a moment during #MentalHealthActionDay to care for your own mental health. Learn more about therapy from @jedfoundation and @Yahoo:
Nine Republicans voted against a bill that would help lower-income women secure baby formula for their children. Separately, 192 Republicans voted against a bill that would ensure that future baby formula shortages do not happen again.
Republicans openly used words and phrases such as “suicide mission,” “disaster” and “voyage of the Titanic” to convey just what a catastrophe they believed Doug Mastriano's candidacy will be for their party
"Yep! It's true." Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez confirmed that she's engaged to her longtime partner Riley Roberts.
The average U.S. gas price continues to reach record highs, with every state averaging at least $4 a gallon, and experts say it will continue to climb
Congratulations are in order to Rihanna and A$AP Rocky, who have welcomed their first child!
Jack Sweeney, the teen known for tracking Elon Musk's jet, says he has re-discovered Mark Zuckerberg's private aircraft
"She got mad at me, hung up in my face." A 911 dispatcher was placed on leave after allegedly hanging up on a supermarket employee who called to report the racist shooting rampage at the store in Buffalo, while the attack was happening.
A celebrated Ukrainian medic recorded her time in Mariupol on a data card no bigger than a thumbnail, smuggled out to the world in a tampon. Now she is in Russian hands, at a time when Mariupol itself is on the verge of falling.
A white man accused of killing 10 Black people in a racist attack at a Buffalo grocery store was indicted by a grand jury
Former President Bush mistakenly denounced the "brutal, unjustified invasion of Iraq" at an event as he was offering a critique of Russian President Putin's invasion of Ukraine
On Wednesday the average cost for a gallon of regular gas in Los Angeles reached $6.08, leaping 2.3 cents overnight and breaking a record set earlier this year
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