The couple’s May 19 wedding will be a public affair, with TV cameras inside the ceremony and more than 2,000 members of the public invited to watch.All the details we know so far »
A missing Pennsylvania student has been found dead in Bermuda, local police said in a press conference Monday. Mark Dombroski, 19, was last seen early Sunday morning at a bar, a representative from Bermuda Police Services said. Dombroski’s body was found “in a moat” at Fort Prospect in Devonshire, Bermuda, acting Assistant Commissioner of Police James Howard said.
Time's Up, an advocacy and legal-defense group fighting sexual harassment in Hollywood and beyond, wants New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to investigate why a prominent prosecutor decided against prosecuting Harvey Weinstein in 2015, two years before dozens of allegations of sexual misconduct and assault against the producer became public. Gutierrez, a Filipina-Italian model, got Weinstein on audio in March 2015 allegedly admitting to groping her, according to a New York magazine article referenced in the Time's Up letter.
Eighteen-time grand slam champion Martina Navratilova has criticized the BBC for paying John McEnroe at least 10 times more than her during its coverage of the Wimbledon championship. During an interview for a TV program investigating gender pay discrepancy within the United Kingdom, Navratilova revealed that she was “shocked” and “not happy” to learn that McEnroe was being paid between $210,000 and $280,000 while she earned just $21,000.The BBC said in a statement that the relative pay packets reflected completely different roles, adding that McEnroe and Navratilova are “simply not comparable,” and that “gender isn’t a factor” in their pay. In contrast, McEnroe is expected to be on call for the duration of the tournament, was on air every day and was a commentator on live matches “12 of the 13 days,” in addition to having a whole host of TV, radio and press duties, the BBC said.
Delta is the latest airline to experience a snafu involving the transport of a pet. In a post on Delta’s Facebook page, customer Josh Schlaich wrote about his experience with the airline after his new puppy was not delivered to him Saturday night. “Hey Delta, was supposed to receive my 8-week old pup this evening,” Schlaich wrote on the company's Facebook page.
President Donald Trump doubled down on his call for the death penalty for drug dealers in a speech in New Hampshire Monday, making the case that such a zero-tolerance policy would fix the nation’s drug problem. Some experts have questioned whether the move would have much impact.
A self-driving Uber car hit and killed a pedestrian Sunday night in Tempe, Arizona, police said, in what appears to be the first case of a pedestrian death caused by an autonomous vehicle. The vehicle was in "autonomous mode at the time of the collision, with a vehicle operator behind the wheel," Tempe police said in a statement. The female pedestrian, identified as 49-year-old Elaine Herzberg, was walking her bicycle across the street outside the crosswalk when she was struck, police said, adding that an investigation is ongoing.
One 6-year-old boy was overcome with so much emotion while watching his mother walk down the aisle to wed his father that he was captured sobbing in a now-viral, heartwarming photo. Bryson Suber served as the ring bearer for the September 4, 2016, wedding of his parents, Tearra and Bryant Suber, who were high school sweethearts. "When I got to the end of the aisle -- as you can imagine -- I was completely overwhelmed with emotions as soon as I hit the end of that aisle," she said.
It seems Beyoncé and Jay-Z's daughter Blue Ivy has an appreciation for fine art -- and a bank account to fuel it. The starting bid for the art piece was $10,000 and in footage shared online from a fan account, Blue is seen raising her hand at $19,000, with Jay-Z attempting to stop her in jest. Blue Ivy is so Legendary ????????
Another explosion rocked Austin overnight, injuring two young men and heightening anxiety in the Texas capital for residents and investigators alike. Last night's detonation came hours after Austin Police Chief Brian Manley urged the suspect or suspects in the string of bombings to turn themselves into authorities. At a news conference today, Manley said the latest bombing occurred when the two victims either stepped on or kicked a tripwire as they were walking on a sidewalk in the Travis Country neighborhood of Austin.
Kids say the darndest -- and funniest -- things. If only there was a place to keep track of it all.The Little Hoots app does just that. The company takes the funny, sweet, amazing, clever things your little one says and turns them into a pretty keepsake so you never forget these precious moments.Watch: 3 easy ways to preserve your kids' memoriesLittle Hoots has shared its hoots of the week with "Good Morning America." If you'd like to see your child's quote here, submit it to Little Hoots. If it's chosen as a hoot of the week, we'll feature it.
Jim Carrey is getting slammed online for a caricature he shared that looks to be inspired by White House press secretary Sarah Sanders. Carrey's rep confirmed the sketch was the actor's artistic work, but there was no comment on whether it was in fact the White House press secretary. One Twitter user wrote, "Apparently you misunderstand the definition of Christian.
A teenage Mississippi girl whose 9-year-old brother allegedly shot her over a video game has died, according to ABC Tupelo affiliate WTVA-TV. Dijonae White, 13, died at Le Bonheur Children’s Hospital in Tupelo Sunday evening after the boy allegedly shot her in the head during an argument Saturday over the video game’s controller, Monroe County officials told the station. Officers responded to the scene around 1 p.m. Saturday and learned that White’s brother had allegedly grabbed a gun and shot his sister in the back of the head after she refused to hand over the controller, according to WTVA.
"Black Panther" fought off a challenge from "Tomb Raider," topping the box office again with an estimated $27 million haul over the weekend.The Marvel movie becomes the first film to top the box office for five straight weeks since "Avatar" in 2009. "Black Panther" is also less than $18 million shy of passing "The Avengers" as the highest-grossing superhero movie of all time.Overseas, "Black Panther" added an estimated $30 million, bringing its worldwide tally to more than $1.183 billion. ...
An Ohio toddler who was allegedly beaten and left brain dead by her babysitter was pronounced dead on Sunday, according to her family. Hannah Wesche, 3, died at 12:15 a.m. Sunday, her father, Jason Wesche, said in a statement. Police said her babysitter, Lindsay Partin, 35, admitted to striking the child earlier this month “and stated she had fallen and struck her head on the concrete garage floor the previous day,” according to a statement last week.
A large storm system is moving through the Great Plains on Monday morning bringing unsettled weather from the Dakotas all the way to the southeastern United States. Yesterday, more than three dozen damaging storm reports were made, most of them in east-central Texas where hail was larger than a baseball. There were also two reported tornadoes in the Texas panhandle and winds of 60 mph or greater in eastern Texas.
While President Donald Trump's former national security adviser Michael Flynn awaits sentencing for lying to FBI agents about his contacts with Russian officials, the retired three-star Army general has been quietly "putting his life back together," surfing and even dabbling in politics, friends and relatives say.
A former Cambridge Analytica employee accused the data analytics firm of mishandling the personal information of more than 50 million Facebook users in an effort to help Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign. Christopher Wylie, who helped found Cambridge and worked there until late 2014, told ABC News the company would use the information, including Facebook users’ hometowns, friends and “likes” to influence the behavior of potential voters. “Cambridge Analytica will try to pick at whatever mental weakness or vulnerability that we think you have and try to warp your perception of what’s real around you,” Wylie told ABC News in the interview.