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Three months after posting a public apology to his wife and kids on Instagram, Kevin Hart is opening up about his infidelity and why he now believes he's a better man for his family. "This straight line that I'm walking on now, there are no moments to be off-balance.
"Good Morning America" viewers from across the country submitted their favorite original cookie recipe for this year's Christmas cookie showdown. Celebrity chef and "So Good" cookbook author Richard Blais was joined by four kid testers in determining which cookie was tops this holiday season. Blais and the kid testers selected hand-decorated Christmas cheer sugar cookies by Emily Graham, of Texas, as the winner of the Christmas cookie showdown.
After more than four decades carrying the "Star Wars" torch as Luke Skywalker, Mark Hamill says it's time for a new generation of heroes to take his place in the "galaxy far, far away."Hamill, 66, admits he was "shocked" when he read the script for "Star Wars: The Last Jedi," which hits theaters today, especially the scene promoted in trailers and other clips released, where Luke says the Jedi "must end.""I thought, 'Are you kidding me? Jedi don't quit,'" he said during a recent visit to the set of "Popcorn with Peter Travers. ...
An adorable video captures the moment a little brother rushed to the rescue of his older sister as she was in the midst of a wrestling competition after he appeared to believe she was in an actual fight. The wrestling match between Ruby Lewis, 5, and her opponent took place in Columbia City, Indiana, earlier this week, but was interrupted when Ruby's 2-year-old brother, Jash, rushed onto the mat and attempted to step in and save his sister. Crystal Lewis, the mother of the siblings, told the Indianapolis Star that Jash "just took off like lighting" when he saw his sister in trouble.
Dramatic cellphone video captured a frantic effort on Thursday to rescue a man lying unconscious on subway tracks in New York as a train approached. The video, obtained by ABC station WABC, shows terrified commuters on the Avenue H station platform in Brooklyn yelling for the man to "wake up" and for an approaching Q train to stop. The subway train heeded the warnings and stopped, allowing commuters to go down onto the tracks and lift the man up onto the platform.
Google released its lists of trends for the most popular search terms, phrases and questions for the year -- and it turns out a whole lot of people are apparently making slime. How to make slime, it turns out, was the No. 1 "how" question people were searching. Hurricane Irma hit Florida in mid-September as a Category 4 storm, causing the evacuation of 6.5 million people and a trail of immense destruction that left a number of fatalities in the U.S. and the Caribbean.
More than a week after President Donald Trump's announcement recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and days before his vice president visits the region, small-scale protests broke out across Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank today.For the second Friday in a row, Palestinians briefly clashed with Israeli border police in the narrow, walled streets of Jerusalem's Old City, and in Bethlehem and Ramallah.#Jerusalem clashes. #Trump pic.twitter. ...
Cosmo DiNardo and Sean Kratz, two cousins charged in the brutal murder of four men in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, in July entered not guilty pleas during their arraignment on Thursday. The 20-year-old men face charges of criminal homicide, abuse of corpse, robbery and conspiracy after the shooting deaths of 19-year-old Dean Finocchiaro, 22-year-old Mark Sturgis, 21-year-old Tom Meo and 19-year-old Jimi Patrick, whose bodies were found buried on a Solebury, Pennsylvania, farm after a five-day search in July. According to a press release from the Bucks County District Attorney’s Office, DiNardo faces four counts of criminal homicide in the deaths of Patrick, Finocchiaro, Meo and Sturgis, while Kratz has only been charged in the deaths of Finocchiaro, Meo and Sturgis.
With ten days left until Christmas, the Trumps and Pences released on Thursday their official Christmas portraits -- their first such photos since taking office. First lady Melania Trump tweeted the photo, in which she and President Donald Trump are standing in the Cross Hall of the White House, surrounded by Christmas trees covered in fake snow. "Merry Christmas from President Donald J. Trump and First Lady Melania Trump," reads Mrs. Trump's tweet.
One storm system will bring more snow Friday from Minnesota to Michigan and into western New York and Pennsylvania, where a lake effect snow warning has been issued. Also, a coastal storm system will move from the mid-Atlantic to southern New England coast Friday afternoon into the evening bringing a swath of accumulating snow from Washington, D.C. to New York City and into Boston. Up to 3 inches of snow could fall from the mid-Atlantic states to southeastern New England.
A 27-year-old New York City-area woman has been accused of stealing and laundering more than $85,000, using Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, to support ISIS, the U.S. Department of Justice said Thursday. Zoobia Shahnaz, who lives in Brentwood on Long Island, was charged with bank fraud, conspiracy to commit money laundering and three counts of money laundering. The five-count indictment was unsealed Thursday in federal court in Central Islip, New York.
The New York Police Department has opened an investigation of Russell Simmons following allegations by multiple women that he sexually harassed or raped them, the NYPD told ABC News Thursday night. Simmons has denied the allegations. "The NYPD has received information regarding allegations involving Russell Simmons in the NYC area and our detectives are in the process of reviewing that information," NYPD spokesman Peter Donald said.
Whoopi Goldberg and Disney's "Share the Joy" campaign partnered with the nonprofit One Simple Wish to bring holiday cheer to foster children.
Manigualt, who says she resigned from her position in the White House, said it was at times "very difficult" and "very lonely" to deal with the lack of diversity in the room.
Rae Ann Gruver and Stephen Gruver said they're sharing their family's heartbreak to prevent what happened to their son from happening to others.
At a press event in the White House's Roosevelt Room, he flashed a chart outlining a maze of highway permitting regulations. "Chris is not tall enough for this chart," the commander-in-chief quipped, as aides, including Assistant to the President Chris Liddell struggled to display the complex, color-coded poster. Since Trump took office, the Department of Transportation says, it has begun rolling back 82 regulations, with an additional 31 deregulatory actions planned next year.
The driver accused of barreling a car into a crowd protesting the "Unite the Right" rally in Charlottesville, Virginia has been charged with first-degree murder. James Alex Fields Jr., 20, appeared in handcuffs and a black-and-white striped jail uniform while during a preliminary hearing in a downtown Charlottesville circuit court Thursday, where a murder charge against him was upgraded from second-degree murder to first-degree murder.
Two police officers were shot in the chest Thursday morning in a suburb of St. Louis, Missouri, but their bulletproof vests appeared to have saved their lives, officials said. The uniformed members of the Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Department were injured in an encounter with a gunman around 7:15 a.m. local time, but expected to survive, McGuire said. In the wake of the shooting the suspect ran down the street and barricaded himself in the house where he was believed to live, Sgt. Shawn McGuire of the St. Louis County Police Department said in a press conference Thursday afternoon.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke revealed today he has fired four senior managers at the Interior Department for inappropriate conduct, including sexual harassment. Intimidation, harassment and discrimination is a cancer to any organization. Interior spokeswoman Heather Swift said in an email the department could not provide any specific information on the people who were fired but said they generally "abused their authority to intimidate or harass fellow employees.
The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday to establish an alert system that would warn the public if a police officer in their community is threatened, missing, seriously injured or killed in the line of duty. The alerts will be managed by local and state law enforcement and will provide information to the recipients about steps they can take to protect themselves or help police locate any suspects. Chairman Ajit Pai and Commissioners Mignon Clyburn, Michael O’Rielly and Brendan Carr approved the proposal.
After the industry-shattering news broke, much of the conversation online and in social media was about what this acquisition could mean for Marvel Studios, which is also owned by Disney. Marvel Studios president Kevin Feige has intricately assembled a world with a specific set of characters since 2008’s Iron Man, the after credits of which saw Samuel L. Jackson’s Nick Fury teasing Robert Downey Jr.’s Tony Stark about a “larger world” of heroes out there.