The former “Little House on the Prairie” star is recovering from a fourth spinal surgery.
The former “Little House on the Prairie” star is recovering from a fourth spinal surgery.
A makeup artist of former first lady Michelle Obama is sharing how to keep lipstick from transferring to your face mask. As many of us continue to wear protective coverings as advised by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to help further stop the spread of COVID-19, makeup hasn't been the easiest thing to keep on your face. With that, Carl Ray's tips are perfect for beauty enthusiasts who want to stay protected but still swipe on their favorite lip shade of red.
President Joe Biden's COVID-19 response team announced Wednesday it would make 25 million masks available to Americans at community health centers and food banks. If you were for this thing, you wore it.
Texas’ embattled power grid operator is facing lawsuits and resignations after more than 4 million customers lost electricity last week during a deadly winter storm. Morgan & Morgan, a Florida-based national law firm with over 700 attorneys, filed a class-action lawsuit on Tuesday against the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), alleging that the nonprofit corporation "utterly failed" to plan for the cold weather despite multiple warnings, leading to the collapse of its electrical network and resulting in widespread blackouts. "Despite receiving multiple unambiguous warnings, ERCOT’s alleged failure to ensure reliable generating capacity during anticipated conditions forced many of its customers to endure dangerous freezing temperatures for long periods of time," attorneys Mike Morgan and Rene Rocha said in a statement Tuesday.
All that was missing were the Razzles. Garner and Ruffalo, who played Jenna Rink and Matt Flamhaff -- two best friends who end up falling in love -- posed together for a photo the two shared to their respective Instagram accounts.
Martha Stewart's latest feature in the March 2021 issue of Harper's Bazaar is capturing attention. The 79-year-old businesswoman and television host is photographed for the publication's upcoming issue in a variety of fashion-forward looks. One of her most standout looks from the shoot is a Balmain minidress adorned with buttons down the center and paired with fishnet stockings and pumps.
"Queer Eye" star Jonathan Van Ness proudly rolled up his sleeve and received the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine and hopes to inspire those who are HIV-positive to follow his lead. Taking to Instagram on Monday, the 33-year-old television personality shared a snap of him getting his first jab and stressed the importance of those with preexisting conditions to check their vaccine eligibility. "In NY, where I’m working the vaccine program expanded to include people w pre-existing conditions, being HIV+ is one of the conditions that allows folks to be vaccinated," he said.
As more people in the United States are able to get vaccinated for COVID-19, health experts are receiving questions about possible side effects of the vaccine, especially when it comes to women and fertility. The issue of whether COVID-19 vaccines may impact women's fertility is one that has been fraught with myths, many of which are spread on social media, according to Ashton. Larger shares of women than men are concerned about the safety and possible side effects of COVID-19 vaccines, according to a report from the Kaiser Family Foundation (KFF), a nonprofit organization focused on health issues.
Bruce Springsteen pleaded guilty Wednesday to consuming alcohol in a closed area following an arrest at a New Jersey park. Judge Anthony Mautone agreed with the prosecution's request to dismiss two remaining charges -- drunken driving and reckless driving. Assistant U.S. Attorney Adam Baker said Springsteen declined to take a preliminary breathalyzer test but that is not required by law.
The 600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine that arrived by plane from India are the first vaccines distributed to low- and middle-income countries by COVAX, the global initiative for equal vaccine distribution. "This is a momentous occasion, as the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccines into Ghana is critical in bringing the pandemic to an end," the World Health Organization and UNICEF said in a joint statement. UNICEF, which is helping coordinate the rollout on the ground, told ABC News that Wednesday’s shipment to Ghana is just the beginning.
GameStop, the video game retailer that found itself at the center of an unprecedented stock market extravaganza, announced its chief financial officer will be stepping down next month. The company said Jim Bell, the executive vice president and CFO, will be resigning from his roles on March 26. GameStop said that it has begun searching for a new CFO "with the capabilities and qualifications to help accelerate GameStop’s transformation" in a statement announcing Bell's resignation.
President Joe Biden's embattled nominee Office of Management and Budget Director, Neera Tanden, faced another set back in her confirmation battle Wednesday morning, with a vote on her nomination in the Homeland Security committee postponed "because members need more time to consider the nominee," a Democratic committee aide said in a statement. The Senate Budget Committee also delayed a confirmation hearing, two sources with knowledge of the matter told ABC News. While the delay underscores the continued trouble surrounding Tanden's nomination, White House press secretary Jen Psaki tweeted Wednesday morning the administration was not planning to pull the nomination.
Johnson & Johnson and the FDA on Wednesday released respective detailed analysis on the one-shot COVID-19 vaccine, with the FDA announcing the company's data meets the requirements for the emergency use authorization review process. First, there will be a public hearing Friday, in which the FDA's independent advisory committee will give an authorization recommendation for or against. The FDA could then make its decision as early as Friday evening.
It is starting to feel like spring from California to New York and around the rest of the country. Record high temperatures were broken on Tuesday in the San Francisco Bay area with Oakland reaching 84 degrees and Napa hitting 81. In Dallas, Texas, temperatures reached 81 degrees after being below zero last week and it was the warmest temperature in Dallas since last November.
A woman is lucky to be alive after being trapped for more than 10 hours under an awning in her own backyard when it collapsed on top of her after being weighed down by heavy ice and snow. The incident happened at approximately 12 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 22 in Schiller Park, Illinois, a suburban community in northwest Chicago, when an unnamed woman in her 50’s had gone outside to shovel snow in her backyard and the awning of her home suddenly gave way and came down on top of her, according to the Schiller Park Fire Department. "She was trying to call for help, but being her head was inside of the awning, nobody was able to hear her," Chief Michael Cesaretti of the Schiller Park Fire Department told ABC News’ Chicago station WLS-TV in an interview about the accident.
In Nevada, Democratic Assembly Speaker Jason Frierson introduced a bill last week to position the state at the front of the line. The maneuver could erode the decade-long détente between the privileged four, which wield outsize influence over the nominating contests, with Nevada and South Carolina angling for the top two positions occupied for nearly half a century by Iowa and New Hampshire. "I think that South Carolina and Nevada should be the first two," said former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democratic power broker who is the driving force behind the concerted push in Nevada.
The U.S. and Iran are inching closer toward diplomatic talks over Tehran's nuclear program, even as the Iranian government moved further outside the original nuclear deal on Tuesday by curtailing international inspections of its nuclear sites. The delicate dance between the two sides, along with the other world powers that remain party to the deal, has entered a new phase in recent days after President Joe Biden offered to join direct talks with the remaining participants last week. "A lot of diplomatic work is underway in order to arrange the meeting to green light the JCPOA and to put all the participants together," Josep Borrell, the European Union's high representative for foreign affairs, said Tuesday, using the acronym for the nuclear deal's formal name, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Seven weeks after an emboldened pro-Trump mob stormed the U.S. Capitol in an effort to stop the certification of the 2020 election results, the Conservative Political Action Conference being held this week in Orlando, Florida, is shaping up to be an event that leans into the 2020 election conspiracy theories rather than rebukes them. The influential annual right-wing conference will host former President Donald Trump's first public appearance since leaving office last month, as Trump continues to push baseless claims that the election was "rigged" and "stolen." Trump's speech in Orlando is set to focus on the future of the Republican Party and President Joe Biden's immigration policy, a source familiar with the plans told ABC News.
After more than 11 months of isolation, the dining room at John Knox Village was filled with laughter and joy last week. Residents of the independent 430-bed nursing facility in a Kansas City suburb -- finally feeling the pall of the devastating coronavirus pandemic lifting -- played bingo and ate together. "It's a breath of fresh air," said Anthony Columbatto, the administrator of the facility.
President Joe Biden will sign a new executive order Wednesday mandating a 100-day review of critical product supply chains in the U.S. focused on those for computer chips, large capacity batteries, active pharmaceutical ingredients and critical minerals and strategic materials, including rare earth minerals. The order is part of the administration's effort to secure domestic supply chains in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that highlighted vulnerabilities that currently exist. “We're going to get out of the business of reacting to supply chain crises as they arise, and get into the business of getting ahead with future supply chain problems,” an administration official said on a call previewing the executive order.
The National Transportation Safety Board said it will destroy the remaining wreckage of TWA Flight 800 after nearly 20 years as a training tool. TWA Flight 800 grabbed the world’s attention when shortly after takeoff from John F. Kennedy International Airport in July 1996, the Paris-bound Boeing 747 exploded, killing all 230 onboard. The NTSB investigation became the longest, most complicated and expensive investigation in aviation history, lasting more than four years and costing $40 million.