Corey Stoll talks new film, 'Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania'
Stoll returns to the franchise and is nearly unrecognizable in his new role as MODOK.
Stoll returns to the franchise and is nearly unrecognizable in his new role as MODOK.
A suspect is dead following a shooting at a private elementary school in Nashville, Tennessee, on Monday, according to police. The Nashville Fire Department reported that there were multiple patients at the Covenant School, a Christian school for students in preschool through sixth grade. At least one person has been hospitalized, according to a spokesman at Vanderbilt University Medical Center.
Israel's controversial judicial overhaul plan pushed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been delayed until the parliament's next legislative session, according to the head of the far-right Jewish Power party. "I agreed to remove the veto for the postponement of the legislation, in exchange for Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's commitment that the legislation will be brought to the Knesset for approval in the next session, if no agreements are reached during the recess," Minister of National Security Itamar Ben-Gvir said in a statement. The Jewish Power party was critical in bringing Netanyahu back to power late last year.
Taylor Swift fans will get their day in court on Monday, months after the botched release of tour tickets prompted widespread outcry. A federal court in Los Angeles will hear arguments in a case brought by fans who allege that Live Nation -- and subsidiary company Ticketmaster -- violated antitrust and consumer protection laws. The fall release of tickets for Swift's "New Era" tour, her first in five years, prompted government scrutiny of antitrust laws, including a Senate hearing in January at which Live Nation president and Chief Financial Officer Joe Berchtold apologized for the fiasco.
Tens of thousands of people are marching in the streets in Israel on Monday, the latest day in a series of protests against Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's planned judicial overhaul. Why are people protesting in Israel? Stores, restaurants and the biggest airport in Israel were closing their doors on Monday amid an escalation in protests that have kept the nation's attention for weeks.
The Fox News producer who sued the network last week alleging she was "conditioned and coerced" to give false testimony in the billion-dollar defamation lawsuit brought by Dominion Voting Systems has now been fired, according to amended complaints filed on Monday morning. In amended complaints filed in Delaware and New York Monday morning, former Fox News producer Abby Grossberg expanded on her earlier complaints, alleging that Fox News attorneys directed her to testify during her deposition in a way that would "inculpate" her and host Maria Bartiromo while "exculpating ... certain blame worthy male colleagues." "Ms. Grossberg's deposition testimony, as manufactured by Fox News, put Ms. Grossberg and Ms. Bartiromo squarely on the frontline of the Dominion/Fox Lawsuit so they could be scapegoated as sacrificial female lambs," the complaint alleges.
Following in his dad's footsteps, Nicholas Lloyd Webber also became a composer and producer. The devastating news came just days after Andrew Lloyd Webber, 75, shared that his son had "been moved into a hospice."
A restaurant owner's remarkable act of heroism saved multiple lives during a storm in Rolling Fork, Mississippi, that leveled an iconic eatery that has fed farmers and locals for decades. Tracy Harden, the owner of Chuck's Dairy Bar, rushed her staff into a walk-in cooler moments before a tornado hit the establishment on Friday. Harden spoke to "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts on Monday alongside two employees, Barbara Pinkins and Carolyn Washington, who were both in the diner when the tornado hit.
Hayden Panettiere, who hasn't shied away from talking about postpartum depression, is sharing what she wishes she knew beforehand. The "Scream 6" star welcomed her daughter Kaya back in 2014, but said she wasn't aware that postpartum depression could affect her. "I wish somebody told me that that was a possibility, told me it's OK if you birth your child and you're not immediately like, 'Oh my god, I love you more than anything in the entire world!'" Panettiere told E News' "The Rundown."
Gender non-conformity is not a new phenomenon or trend – in fact, gender diversity can be seen throughout history in countries around the world – from ancient Greece to India to the Americas, according to historians. "There is no historically universal way that societies have sorted biologically different people into personhood categories in the way that we do it now," Susan Stryker, a historian and professor, told ABC News in an interview. In America, gender norms enforce that, for example, a person of the female sex will automatically think of themselves as a girl and live socially as a woman, according to Stryker.
Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, made an unexpected appearance in a United Kingdom courtroom on Monday. Harry, who now lives in California with his wife Meghan and their two children, appeared in person at the High Court in London for a hearing on a lawsuit he, Elton John and other celebrities have brought against a group of British tabloids. Harry and John, as well as filmmaker David Furnish and actresses Elizabeth Hurley and Sadie Frost, are among those suing Associated Newspapers Ltd., the publisher of the Daily Mail, The Mail on Sunday and the MailOnline.
Communities in the southern United States awoke Monday morning reeling from a deadly tornado outbreak and powerful thunderstorms. Over the weekend, at least 27 tornadoes were reported across five states -- Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia and Tennessee. Officials said at least 25 people died in Mississippi, where one long-track twister left a trail of destruction for about 59 miles.
For Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg, fatherhood and politics are not mutually exclusive. Since Buttigieg and his husband Chasten adopted newborn twins in 2021, the Democrat and his family have been repeatedly criticized and mocked by Republicans, including former Vice President Mike Pence. Most recently, Pence made what the White House described as a "homophobic joke" about Buttigieg taking parental leave.
Newer generation fighter jets are giving Russia "increasing dominance" in the skies over the conflict zone in eastern Ukraine, according to a senior Ukrainian official. It is a potentially worrying shift for the United States and its allies because Russia’s inability to achieve total air superiority throughout the course of the war has been key to Ukrainian successes on the battlefield. In a briefing last week with journalists, a Western official downplayed the concern, stating that Russia’s ability to control the skies has been limited by air defense and surface-to-air missiles.
A series of twisters touched down Sunday in Georgia -- two described by the National Weather Service as "large and extremely dangerous" -- as President Joe Biden approved disaster relief for storm-battered Mississippi, where at least 25 people were left dead in the wake of a powerful tornado outbreak. The NWS extended a tornado watch eastward across Mississippi until midnight Sunday. Residents of the Macon, Georgia, suburbs of Milledgeville, Linton, Beulah and Underwood were advised Sunday morning by the weather service to "take cover now."
A Baton Rouge police helicopter crashed Sunday in West Baton Rouge Parish, killing two local police officers, according to the Baton Rouge Police Department. "The incident is currently being investigated by multiple law enforcement agencies, as well as other entities that regulate aviation and airspace travel," the Baton Rouge Police Department said. Authorities said the BRPD helicopter crashed into a cane field off North Winterville Road, just off U.S. Highway 190.
U.S. officials and lawmakers reacted with a mix of caution and concern this weekend in the wake of comments from Russian President Vladimir Putin that he would be moving tactical nuclear weapons into neighboring Belarus, which provided a crucial staging ground for the invasion of Ukraine. Ukraine's government denounced such a move as a provocation and called for a U.N. Security Council meeting. Speaking on Russian TV on Saturday, Putin insisted that the reason for the decision, reached with the agreement of Belarus, was the U.K. supplying depleted uranium shells to Ukraine, though British officials have called such munitions "a standard component and ... nothing to do with nuclear weapons."
A nearby chemical spill in Philadelphia has local residents on high alert, after officials initially recommended that residents use bottled water "out of an abundance of caution." The city of Philadelphia on Sunday said the tap water is safe until "at least through 11:59 p.m. Monday," because the water "currently available to customers was treated before the spill reached Philadelphia." "There is no need to buy water at this time," the city said.
Actor Jonathan Majors was arrested Saturday in New York following an alleged domestic violence incident, police said. New York City police said the "Creed III" actor was arrested when officers responded to a 911 call shortly after 11:00 a.m. for an alleged domestic dispute at an apartment in the city's Chelsea neighborhood. Officers placed Majors, 33, into custody without incident, the NYPD said.
Rep. Dan Crenshaw and Sen. Tammy Duckworth are reflecting on their past military service in Iraq on the 20th anniversary of the U.S. invasion there. Both lawmakers recently sat down with ABC "This Week" co-anchor Martha Raddatz for a segment that aired Sunday, looking back at the fighting and what they've learned. Crenshaw, who lost an eye serving in Afghanistan but had previously deployed to Iraq, and Duckworth, a former helicopter pilot who lost both of her legs when her aircraft was hit with a rocket-propelled grenade, said they have no regrets over their service.
Vice President Kamala Harris arrived in Accra, Ghana, on Sunday, kicking off a weeklong trip on the continent that will also take her to Tanzania and Zambia. Harris, the first Black woman U.S. vice president, is making her first trip to Africa while in office. “What an honor it is to be here in Ghana and on the continent of Africa," she said on the tarmac of Kotoka International Airport.