The final season has yet to air, meaning fans can catch all-new episodes into the 2021 TV season.
Madonna canceled her Sunday performance in Paris after a fall forced her to go on bed rest once again. "Here I Am—Flesh and Blood," the 61-year-old sorrowfully announced in a lengthy Instagram post on Sunday. Here I Am——Flesh and Blood 🩸 If only knees didn’t twist and cartilage didn’t tear and nothing hurt and tears never fell out of our eyes.........But alas they do and Thank God for this important reminder that we are human.
The verdict is in: Judge Judy Sheindlin will recuse herself from the bench after a 25-season run on her mega popular reality show "Judge Judy." The final season has yet to air, meaning fans can catch all-new episodes into the 2021 TV season. In addition, CBS Television Distribution will allow stations to air repeat episodes so there won't be a "Judge Judy"-less TV landscape for quite some time.
A 6-year-old girl was struck and killed by a truck as she waited for her school bus to arrive with her grandmother. The incident occurred on Feb. 28 at approximately 6:30 a.m. in Lancaster County, South Carolina, when Beatrice Mayson was accompanying her 6-year old granddaughter Jerrnia Horne while they were both waiting for the school bus to pick Jerrnia up – a routine they did every day, according to ABC News’ Charlotte affiliate WSOC. It was then that authorities say a 39-year-old woman driving a truck on Kershaw Camden Highway hit Jerrnia while she was holding her grandmother’s hand.
"Good Morning America" revealed Monday that Clare Crawley will be the new "Bachelorette" for the show’s 16th season! You may remember Crawley, 38, from Juan Pablo Galavis’ season 18 of "The Bachelor." Crawley revealed she found out she would be the next "Bachelorette" this past weekend and said it was "so unexpected."
A viral outbreak that began in China has since spread to every continent across the globe except Antarctica, infecting nearly 90,000 people. Although the spread of the novel coronavirus appeared to be slowing down in China on Monday, it has picked up speed elsewhere in the world, including in the United States. U.S. President Donald Trump took to Twitter on Monday morning to tease his upcoming meeting with major drug-makers at the White House, saying there was progress on the development of a vaccine for the novel coronavirus.
This week, ABC News' Will Reeve reports live for "GMA" from the Masaya Volcano in Nicaragua to see how one of the world’s most active volcanoes helps our planet. Nicaragua's Masaya Volcano is one of the world’s most active volcanoes.
Kelly Stafford, wife of NFL star Matthew Stafford, shared an exciting announcement about their growing family from the happiest place on earth. The proud parents of three girls shared the news on Sunday that they are expecting a fourth child this summer in an Instagram post with a snap of the family at Disneyland in California. Got to enjoy one of the most magical places with my husband and 3 of our kiddos.
Several storm systems are moving across the country from California to the Gulf Coast with heavy snow in western mountains and flooding rain in the South. Already up to a foot of snow fell from Sierra Nevada in California to the Rocky Mountains in Wyoming causing accidents and piles ups. One of the major incidents shut down I-80 overnight killing two people.
It seems Peter Weber may not get the happy ending he wants in the upcoming finale of "The Bachelor." In a preview for one of the season's last episodes, a stricken Peter tells host Chris Harrison that his conversation with contestant Madison went "horribly" after he confessed that he'd been intimate with at least one other woman on the show. Madison had previously told him that she could not consider a future with him if he had a sexual relationship with another contestant in the fantasy suite.
Actor Chris Hemsworth has launched the Centr app, which includes a training program for people to do at-home and in the gym, inspired by some of Hemsworth's favorite exercises, such as boxing, yoga and strength training. "It's what he thinks is going to make you the ultimate athlete and get your body to where you want it to be, and where you are most comfortable," said former boxer and current Centr teacher Michael Olajide Jr,. Olajide said that while Hemsworth is very familiar with many workout moves, he's never afraid to try something new, a trait he hopes others embrace.
Women make up about 60 percent of Democratic primary voters and typically turn out at higher rates than men, according to FiveThirtyEight.com. To date, top women's health issues, from abortion to maternal mortality, have not received much attention in the Democratic presidential debates. The 2020 Democratic candidates are all campaigning on protecting safe and legal access to abortion services, expanding reproductive health care and education and reinforcing the Affordable Care Act, which made birth control free for most women and prohibited insurance companies from gender discrimination and denying coverage based on pre-existing conditions.
Saying that "the path has narrowed to a close," former South Bend, Indiana, Mayor Pete Buttigieg announced Sunday night that he is suspending his 2020 presidential campaign. "At this point in the race, the best way to keep faith with those goals and ideals is to step aside and help bring our party and our country together," Buttigieg told supporters is his hometown of South Bend. "I will no longer seek to be the 2020 Democratic nominee for president, but I will do everything in my power to ensure that we have a new Democratic president come January," he said.
The coronavirus global death toll has reached nearly 3,000 as countries around the world continue to report their findings to the World Health Organization. At least 74 cases and two deaths have been confirmed in the U.S., according to authorities. Washington state officials said Sunday night that a 70-year-old King County resident had died from the coronavirus, making him the second person in the U.S. to die from COVID-19.
Chicago police and prosecutors announced Sunday that they will drop charges against a man who was shot by officers during a struggle Friday afternoon in a transit station.Chicago Police Superintendent Charlie Beck asked Cook County State Attorney Kim Foxx not to charge Ariel Roman with resisting arrest and criminal narcotics charges, according to Chicago PD spokesman Anthony Guglielmi.A witness recorded and later tweeted a video of two officers trying to apprehend Roman inside the Grand Red Line station Friday, where they ultimately fire shots at the man. ...
Mercy San Juan Medical Center was the site of a one in two million double birthday on Saturday. Camila Peñaloza was due on March 3, according to her mother, Jennifer Rebollar Cortez, and her earlier birth coincided not only with leap day, but also her father's eighth "leap day" birthday. Ivan Peñaloza, 32, called this extraordinary shared birthday an unexpected blessing.
Following Democrats' sweeping victories in the House of Representatives during the 2018 midterm elections, many in the party were eagerly anticipating the 2020 presidential election and the opportunity to unseat President Donald Trump. Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford and former Rep. Joe Walsh, R-Ill., have each since suspended their challenges to Trump in the Republican primary. In the video, he denounced the white supremacists who marched on Charlottesville in 2017 and Trump's response, calling it a "defining moment for this nation in the last few years."
Former Vice President former Vice President Joe Biden said on ABC's "This Week" that Sen. Bernie Sanders could have difficulty helping down-ballot candidates in the 2020 election, when asked if the Democratic Party could "lose big" with Sanders at the top of the ticket.
As the Trump administration anticipates the further spread of the novel coronavirus, the Department of Health and Human Services secretary said on ABC's "This Week" that it was "ramping up" testing for the virus. "I think it's very important that we treat the American people like adults and explain to them that we don't know where this will go, that we will see more cases, that we will see continued community spreading in the United States, as we're seeing around the world," Secretary Alex Azar said on Sunday.
Vanessa Bryant is "devastated" over a report that deputies from the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department shared graphic photos from the crash scene that killed Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant and seven others, her lawyer said in a statement. Two public safety sources with knowledge of the events told the Los Angeles Times that the sharing of the photos, which included the crash scene and images of the victims' remains, was a topic among first responders in the days after the crash. In addition, one source, who spoke on the condition of anonymity due to the sensitive nature of the allegations, said he saw one of the photos on the phone of another official in a setting that was not related to the crash, the newspaper reported.
After Joe Biden won a decisive victory in Saturday's South Carolina primary, his chief Democratic presidential campaign rival, Sen. Bernie Sanders, wasted no time in drawing contrasts with the former vice president, accusing him of ignoring the voters who could lead the way in defeating President Donald Trump. "In order to beat Trump, we are going to need the largest voter turnout in the history of this country," said Sanders, I-Vt., on ABC's "This Week" Sunday. "And I don't think you can do that unless you have a message that appeals to the working class and the middle class in this country, who have been ignored too long by the political establishment, of which Joe Biden is part of."