An Alabama man was robbed at gunpoint and shot early Friday while vacationing with his family in Turks and Caicos, police said. The injured tourist, identified as Keven Newman of Alabama, had to be medically evacuated to the United States for treatment. Newman, who lives in Smiths Station in eastern Alabama, was with his wife and son when he was robbed and shot multiple times, with one of the bullets hitting the main artery to his heart, relatives told ABC affiliate WTVM in Columbus, Georgia.
Instead, he was filming scenes for "A Star Is Born," the film he's directing and co-starring in with Lady Gaga. In the film, Cooper, 42, portrays country music singer Jackson Maine, who's on the tail end of his career when he meets Gaga's Ally. Kristofferson starred alongside Barbra Streisand in the 1976 version of the film, which has been remade a total of four times.
"The Handmaid's Tale" is set in a dystopian future, where fertile women are forced into sexual servitude and identifiable by their distinct wardrobe. "This organization believes being gay is a sin and that it's possible to convert people from being gay to straight -- it's ridiculous," robe-and-bonnet-wearing protester Nancy Stilwagen told KRDO of Focus on the Family.
Woof!Lawmakers, branches of the armed forces and federal departments populated their Twitter timelines Friday with pooch pics in honor of "Take Your Dog to Work Day," also referred to as "Bring Your Dog to Work Day."The day was created in 1999 by Pet Sitters International, a North Carolina-based educational association for professional pet sitters, to encourage business owners to allow dogs in the workplace.Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) tweeted, "Enjoyed having these patriotic pups in the office today. Now it's back to #Illinois Happy Friday, #IL16! #BringYourDogToWorkDay. ...
The environmental comrades in arms -- both of whom have been critical of President Donald Trump's decision to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Accord -- shot a brief video selfie together on Friday at the Elysee Palace in Paris, after meeting to discuss all things green. "I'm here with President Macron, we're talking about environmental issues and a green future," Schwarzenegger says in the video, before passing the phone to Macron.
Donald Trump's daughter-in-law and senior adviser Lara Trump says Johnny Depp's comments about assassinating her father-in-law are "really sad" and "incredibly disappointing" -- but Eric Trump's wife says she's not surprised by such "out of control" behavior from the other end of the political spectrum. At England's Glastonbury Festival on Tuesday, Depp said to the crowd, "Can we bring Trump in?
Grammy winner spoke about fellow rapper Christopher Wallace's death and his documentary, "Can't Stop, Won't Stop: A Bad Boy Story."
You’ve been throwing around the phrases Windy City, Sin City and Big Easy for years. Read on to find out the interesting backstories behind 10 major U.S. city nicknames. (And just in case you’re wondering, no, the Windy City was not named for its frigid breezes).
Despite his tweet in the aftermath of James Comey's dismissal in May, President Donald Trump did not make and does not have tapes of his conversations with the former FBI director, he tweeted Thursday. "With all of the recently reported electronic surveillance, intercepts, unmasking and illegal leaking of information, I have no idea whether there are 'tapes' or recordings of my conversations with James Comey, but I did not make, and do not have, any such recordings," wrote Trump in a pair of tweets.
Senate Republican leaders unveiled what they called a "discussion draft" of their long-awaited health care bill, a part of the party's ongoing efforts to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. Five Republican senators have already come out in opposition to the Senate bill, the Better Care Reconciliation Act, jeopardizing its passage. Critics on both sides of the aisle said the bill, which was drafted behind closed doors by a small group of Senate leaders and committee staffers, has been shrouded in secrecy.
A massive fire at a residential high-rise building in London last week that killed dozens was caused by a faulty refrigerator, police said Friday. Detective superintendent Fiona McCormack of London's Metropolitan Police Service said at news conference Friday that the deadly blaze started in a HotPoint fridge-freezer, model no. FF175P, that was not previously subject to a product recall. The manufacturer will conduct further testing on the appliance, McCormack said.
The death of a 14-year-old girl is shrouded in mystery after her body was found in a landfill in northern Texas this week. Kaytlynn Cargill was last seen walking her dog not far from her house in Bedford on Monday around 6:20 p.m. local time. When Cargill didn't return home after about 30 minutes, her parents began looking for her.
A bipartisan group of Senate Judiciary Committee leaders is examining former Attorney General Loretta Lynch’s alleged interference in the Hillary Clinton email investigation. The group is seeking details about Lynch's communication with a Clinton campaign aide, Amanda Renteria, as well as copies of documents and information about whether the FBI investigated the alleged communication. The letters, sent Thursday, are signed by Senate Judiciary Chairman Charles Grassley, Ranking Democrat Dianne Feinstein, as well as Sens.
Bindi Irwin is "beyond excited" about the big news her father Steve "The Crocodile Hunter" Irwin is being honored within the Hollywood Walk of Fame class of 2018. In a post to Instagram, the past "Dancing With the Stars" winner wrote: "I am beyond excited to share with you all that we have just received the news that Dad will be honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. I am beyond excited to share with you all that we have just received the news that Dad will be honoured with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Defending his May tweet that suggested he may have “tapes" of his conversations with James Comey, President Trump said his comment may have persuaded the fired FBI director to tell the truth about their interactions.
A former U.S. diplomat, who said he counseled Otto Warmbier’s family for over a year after he was detained in North Korea, said the conversation he had with the family after they learned Otto’s dire medical condition was one of the most emotional of his career. “It was a very, very, very emotional exchange,” Evans Revere told ABC News' Bob Woodruff in an interview for ABC News' "20/20." “I’ve never had a conversation with anyone than [the] likes of the one I had with [Warmbier’s father] Fred Warmbier that day.