Germany’s foreign minister says the European Union should increase its targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions if it wants to lead in the fight against climate change
A group of drug traffickers heard on a wiretap complaining that pigs had found their cocaine stash weren't talking about the police. Authorities in Italy arrested four suspected traffickers after they heard them lament that a pack of wild boars had dug up a package of cocaine worth around $22,...
Here's the latest for Thursday November 14th: Democrats, Republicans disagree about impeachment hearings; Israel and Islamic Jihad announce cease-fire; Protests in Hong Kong; Kentucky to double-check Governor's election result.
Colin Kaepernick will take part in a private workout in front of NFL teams on Saturday, but the details surrounding the event are hazy. The timing of the workout is confusing, as it takes place on a Saturday, a busier day in the NFL, and Kaepernick's team had little knowledge of the plans for the workout until the NFL approached them on Tuesday and gave them two hours to say yes.
Turkish media reports say authorities have barred the wife of a former British army officer who founded the White Helmets volunteers group, from leaving Turkey pending the investigation into his death
Daisy Ridley Gave Her All to Final 'Star Wars' Film Ridley will reprise her role as Rey for the third time in 'The Rise of Skywalker.' She believes that this film is the best yet. Daisy Ridley, to 'Marie Claire' Daisy Ridley, to 'Marie Claire'
Appearing on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” Tuesday, Laura Dern opened up about seeing West wear a long-sleeved top emblazoned with a close-up image of her “Blue Velvet” character, Sandy Williams, over the summer. “This is thanks to the amazing designer Raf Simons, who paid homage to [director] David Lynch and his work,” the “Big Little Lies” and “Marriage Story” actor told DeGeneres. “But what he didn’t know is he actually gave me a tiny bit of cred in my household of teenagers, and I’m really grateful.”
Three cows swept away from North Carolina's Cedar Island by Hurricane Dorian in early September were presumed dead, along with dozens of wild horses. But they had actually built new lives as castaways in the Outer Banks, the BBC reports. Authorities believe that after they were swept away by a...
AccuWeather's Dexter Henry visited the campus of Hofstra University, in Long Island, New York, where two Kenyan members of the school's cross country team are dealing with running in cold Northeast temperatures.
Most Important Moments of the Public Impeachment Hearings: Day One. On Nov. 13, the House Intelligence Committee officially began public impeachment hearings to investigate President Donald Trump. Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff delivered the first opening statement, saying that the hearings would affect “the future of the presidency itself.”. "Our answer to these questions will affect not only the future of this presidency, but the future of the presidency itself, and what kind of conduct or misconduct the American people may come to expect from their commander-in-chief." Adam Schiff, via CNN. Bill Taylor, the top U.S. official in Ukraine, used his statement to lay out a specific timeline of his interactions with top U.S. and Ukraine officials. . At one point, Taylor spoke about Trump’s decision to withhold aid from the Ukraine unless they agreed to investigate Biden’s son, Hunter. . “Ambassador Sondland responded that President Trump cares more about the investigations of Biden, which [Rudy] Giuliani was pressing for.” Bill Taylor, via CNN. Taylor also specifically spoke against the Republicans, calling Trump’s attempt to “leverage security assistance” against Ukraine “alarming.”. California Representative Devin Nunes, the highest-ranking Republican on the Intelligence Committee, spoke in defense of Trump. Nunes used his time to voice his belief that the hearings are a “low rent, Ukrainian sequel” to the “Russian hoax.”. "It seems you agreed witting or unwittingly to participate in a drama, but the main performance — the Russia hoax — has ended and you've been cast in the low rent Ukrainian sequel." Devin Nunes, via ‘Nightline’
Turkey's state-run news agency says a U.S. national and suspected Islamic State group member, who has spent three days in a no man's land between Turkey and Greece after Ankara tried to deport him, will be repatriated to the United States
Authorities in Florida say one person has died and six more were hospitalized after a fiery 8-car crash shut down part of Interstate 75 near Tampa on Wednesday night. (Nov. 14)
Greta Thunberg has left the US, but she hasn't left the building. In a mural 60 feet high and 30 feet wide on the side of the Native Sons Building near Union Square, the Swedish climate change activist now keeps an eye on San Francisco. The mural was unveiled Tuesday...
With election campaigning in full swing, Britain has informed its European Union partners that it will not name a new commissioner to the EU’s executive arm despite an obligation to do so
Drug-resistant germs have long been known to be a serious health threat, but the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now says the problem is worse, and more baffling, than previously thought. Someone in the US contracts an antibiotic-resistant infection every 11 seconds, the Washington Post reports, and someone dies...
Democratic Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren says President Trump has shown he would break the law repeatedly, and impeachment proceedings should have begun months ago. Senator Warren also downplayed Mike Bloomberg's possible candidacy. (Nov. 14)
Rapper Kodak Black has been sentenced to more than three years in prison on weapons charges. The 22-year-old, whose real name is Bill K. Kapri, pleaded guilty in August to the charges. The Florida rapper was arrested in May at the Rolling Loud hip-hop festival in Miami on state and federal weapons charges. US District Judge Federico A. Moreno in Miami on Wednesday sentenced Kapri to 46 months in prison.
Chris Pratt Auditioned for the Role of Captain America Pratt has become a key Marvel member through his portrayal of Star-Lord in the 'Guardians of the Galaxy' franchise, but things could had gone differently. Casting director Sarah Finn said Pratt's audition for Captain America put him in the frame for 'Guardians' even though he lost the role to Evans. Although Finn was convinced that Pratt was the right man to portray Star-Lord, aka Peter Quill, she had to convince director James Gunn to let him audition. Sarah Finn, via statement Finn insists Pratt's audition was a "eureka moment" as they knew instantly he was their Star-Lord. Sarah Finn, via statement
The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday dealt a blow to the firearms industry, rejecting Remington Arms Co's bid to escape a lawsuit by families of victims aiming to hold the gun maker liable for its marketing of the assault-style rifle used in the 2012 Sandy Hook school massacre that killed 20 children and six adults.
University of Florida student body president Michael C. Murphy invited Donald Trump Jr. to make what proved to be a controversial speech on campus last month, and now Murphy is facing his own impeachment inquiry over the matter. The Tampa Bay Times notes the parallels between Murphy's impeachment battle and...
Following what seems like weeks of rampant wildfires, Bill Wadell traveled to Sacramento, California, on Nov. 13, to talk with a Cal Fire representative and learned about a few of the factors responsible for creating the numerous fires.
Prince William Looking to Volunteer as a Crisis Counselor. The British royal is gearing up to offer mental health support over the phone. According to Crisis Text Line CEO Nancy Lublin, William is serious about training. She adds to 'People' that the 37-year-old is trying to fit the work into his busy schedule. "When you’re really busy, and/or really famous, it’s very hard to volunteer." - Nancy Lublin, via 'People'. "What’s nice about this — it’s totally anonymous. He could be the guy at the end of the phone." - Nancy Lublin, via 'People'. Along with wife Kate Middleton, William celebrated the six-month anniversary of Shout this week. The pair helped start the mental help service earlier this year with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle. Shout, which is open 24/7, has reported 145,000 conversations with those having thoughts of suicide and depression. The service also helps people with anxiety and relationship and isolation issues