Kirstie Alley, 71, dies from colon cancer
Kirstie Alley's representative said the actor was diagnosed with and died of colon cancer.
Kirstie Alley's representative said the actor was diagnosed with and died of colon cancer.
One student was fatally shot and another injured outside a Texas high school on Monday, according to the Arlington Police Department. The suspect was arrested and charged with capital murder, Arlington Police Chief Al Jones said at a press conference. All the students involved in the incident attend Lamar High School and are all minors.
The Miami Beach City Commission voted against further extending curfew restrictions, a day after the city imposed an overnight curfew for South Beach following multiple fatal shootings. During a special committee meeting on Monday, the council discussed the curfew for more than an hour, but ultimately decided against extending the city manager's full state of emergency, which would be from Thursday to Sunday. Two people were fatally shot between Friday and Sunday morning in the area, according to the Miami Beach Police Department.
When Taylor Swift announced her Eras tour, fans went wild with excitement. Aligning with all of her greatest hits throughout the years, Taylor Swift kicked off her tour wearing a fascinating array of outfits that correlate with her different time periods of music. While performing hits from her "1989" portion of the show, Taylor wore a sparkling green two-piece designed by Roberto Cavalli.
Bob Costello, an attorney who previously advised former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen, told reporters his former client has a "lie, cheat, steal" mindset after Costello testified for the defense Monday before the Manhattan grand jury investigating former President Donald Trump's role in the hush payment to adult film actress Stormy Daniels. Costello, a longtime Trump ally, appeared before the grand jury as an exculpatory witness after Trump's legal team asked the DA to allow him to testify, according to a letter to prosecutors obtained by ABC News.
The Republican chairmen of the House Judiciary, Oversight, and Administration committees issued a letter to Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg on Monday demanding testimony and documents related to the investigation and potential indictment of former President Donald Trump. The joint letter, from House Judiciary Chairman Jim Jordan, House Oversight Committee Chairman James Comer, and House Administration Committee Chairman Bryan Steil, is the first action by Republican House committees in response to Trump saying he expects to be indicted this week and after House Speaker Kevin McCarthy quickly announced he planned to use committees to probe the potential indictment and whether federal funding was involved.
The collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, the second-biggest bank failure in U.S. history, has thrust the financial system into distress, pulling attention away from a separate problem: sky-high inflation. The twin economic challenges pose a dilemma for the Federal Reserve because its strongest tool, the benchmark interest rate, is a key cause of the financial emergency but the primary solution for high prices. The central bank has aggressively raised interest rates over the past year, bringing inflation down significantly from a summer peak, though it remains more than triple the Fed's target of 2%.
Florida GOP Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday broke his silence on possible indictment of former President Donald Trump in remarks that first criticized the Manhattan district attorney who would issue the indictment but then swiped at the former president. DeSantis said at a news conference in Panama City, Florida.
The U.S. Secret Service is coordinating security plans with the New York Police Department in the event that former President Donald Trump is indicted and arraigned in an open courtroom in Manhattan, according to sources. The two agencies had a call Monday to discuss logistics, including court security and how Trump would potentially surrender for booking and processing, according to sources briefed on the discussions. Earlier Monday, New York City Mayor Eric Adams said he was "confident" the city is prepared for any protests related to a potential indictment of the former president.
Naomi Campbell is showing her love of motherhood in a special way. The top model posted a heartwarming carousel of Instagram photos in honor of Mother's Day in the U.K. that included rare glimpses of her daughter. Campbell led the set of images with one she previously posted of her and her daughter visiting the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque.
A Washington, D.C., jury on Monday found four associates of the far-right Oath Keepers militia group guilty of conspiracy for their role in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. Through the course of two separate trials late last year into January, six members of the Oath Keepers were found guilty of seditious conspiracy including the group's leader, Stewart Rhodes. The six defendants in the current jury trial, Sandra Parker, Bennie Parker, Laura Steele, Connie Meggs, Michael Greene and William Isaacs, faced the lesser charge of conspiracy to obstruct an official proceeding along with a range of other felony charges.
Five minors have been killed in a crash after a vehicle veered off a highway in Westchester, New York, according to officials. The Nissan Rogue the children were traveling in hit a boulder, struck a tree and caught fire after it veered off the Hutchinson River Parkway near the Mamaroneck Road exit in Scarsdale around 12:20 a.m. on Sunday, officials said. Authorities identified those killed in the crash as: Anthony Billips Jr., 17; Malik Smith, 16; Zahnyiah Cross, 12; Shawnell Cross, 11; and Andrew Billips, 8.
Video of the March 6 chain of events that ended with the in-custody death of Irvo Otieno will be released on Tuesday, according to Virginia prosecutor Ann Cabell Baskervill. Cabell Baskervill, Dinwiddie County’s Commonwealth Attorney, said the incident began in the Henrico County Jail, where Otieno was allegedly punched by officers in his side and torso. Otieno was later transported to Central State Hospital, a state-run inpatient psychiatric facility, to be admitted as a patient.
For the past three weeks, Nebraska State Sen. Machaela Cavanaugh has been on an endless run, speaking on the Senate floor on just about every topic: legislation, fish fries, Girl Scout cookies and the movie "Madagascar." The state's non-partisan, single-chamber legislature is ruled by Republican lawmakers, however, it takes 33 votes to overcome a filibuster, and the legislature has only 32 Republicans. Now, Cavanaugh is heading into her fourth week of fighting an anti-LGBTQ bill that would ban transgender health care for people under the age of 19. According to a representative from Speaker of the Legislature Sen. John Arch's office, debate on the bill is set to begin on Tuesday, and is being brought to the floor sooner thanks to a deal between Cavanaugh and Arch.
Fulton County prosecutors leading the criminal investigation into efforts by former President Donald Trump and his allies to overturn the results of the 2020 election in Georgia are now looking to question one of Trump's attorneys as part of the probe, sources familiar with the matter told ABC News. Prosecutors in District Attorney Fani Willis' office have requested an interview with Trump's attorney Christina Bobb, according to multiple sources. It is not clear what information prosecutors hope to gain from Bobb, whose role in Trump's handling of classified documents is also being examined by special prosecutor Jack Smith.
"The Bachelorette" alum Clare Crawley is opening up about the health scare that she says led her to have her breast implants removed. "It was absolutely exhausting," Crawley said of her health issues as well as her years-long battle to find a diagnosis. Crawley said she decided to undergo breast augmentation surgery after appearing on "The Bachelor" franchise.
Two teenage boys from Illinois died in a sledding accident while on a spring break trip in Colorado, officials said. The 17-year-old and 18-year-old were at Copper Mountain Ski Resort during Sunday night's accident, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office said. "Our thoughts and condolences go out to the families and friends of the individuals involved in this tragic incident," Summit County Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons said in a statement.
The story has become a sadly familiar one in New York. New York witnessed 219 fires related to these kinds of devices in 2022, causing 147 injuries and six deaths. New York City Mayor Eric Adams signed a package of e-bike safety legislation Monday to stop that chain of events, two weeks after the New York City Council approved the laws.
An American missionary who was kidnapped in Niger has been released, U.S. officials said Monday. Jeffery Woodke, a Christian humanitarian aid worker, was released on Monday after more than six years in captivity, the White House said. "I'm gratified & relieved to see the release of U.S. hostage Jeff Woodke after over 6 years in captivity," U.S. national security adviser Jake Sullivan tweeted.
The Federal Reserve was aware of risks to Silicon Valley Bank more than a year before its collapse, ABC News confirmed on Monday following a New York Times report. In all, the Fed cautioned the bank about its concerns on several occasions, ABC News confirmed. In a 2021 review, the Fed identified significant vulnerabilities in the bank’s containment of risk, but the bank did not rectify the weaknesses.
A federal judge on Monday indefinitely delayed the defamation lawsuit writer E. Jean Carroll brought against former President Donald Trump. Carroll, a former Elle magazine columnist, claimed Trump defamed her when he denied her allegation that he raped her in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room in the 1990s. Attorneys for Carroll and Trump declined to comment.