The action-packed new trailer got more than 11 million views on YouTube in less than 24 hours.
The action-packed new trailer got more than 11 million views on YouTube in less than 24 hours.
"Bad Boys 4" is on. In a video posted to Instagram on Tuesday, Will Smith announced the news that a fourth installment of the cop action comedy is coming soon. "I wish I was you, not knowing what I'm about to show me," Smith says in the video before pulling up to a house and knocking on the door.
Following the death of Tyre Nichols after his encounter with Memphis police officers, law enforcement officials across the country have been reflecting on how officers' tactics and policies can be improved. Apex, North Carolina, Police Chief Jason Armstrong, who took over as police chief in Ferguson, Missouri, following the 2014 fatal police shooting of Michael Brown, spoke with ABC News Live Monday to share his thoughts on police reform. ABC NEWS LIVE: We've heard a lot about the need for reform in training and police departments.
President Joe Biden hit the road again Tuesday as part of a multi-day pitch to Americans on the benefits of the bipartisan infrastructure law passed last year, stopping Tuesday in New York City to tout funding for the Gateway Hudson Tunnel Project. "This is just the beginning," Biden said, as he described how the law was transforming American infrastructure. From the West Side Rail Yard, Biden announced $292 million in funding from the infrastructure law Tuesday to complete a critical early phase of the Hudson Tunnel Project intended to improve travel between New York and New Jersey.
A mass shooting in Lakeland, Florida on Monday has left 11 people wounded, the Lakeland Police Department announced. "One is in surgery and the other is either in surgery or headed to surgery," Lakeland Police Chief Sam Taylor said Monday of the two victims in critical condition.
Pamela Anderson brought not one, but two dates to the premiere of her new documentary, "Pamela, a love story": her two sons. The "Baywatch" alum was flanked by sons Brandon Thomas Lee, 26, and Dylan Jagger Lee, 25, both of whom she shares with ex-husband Tommy Lee, at the Netflix doc's premiere Jan. 30 in Hollywood. "Pamela, a love story," directed by Ryan White, is described as an "intimate and humanizing portrait of one of the world's most famous blonde bombshells," following "the trajectory of Anderson's life and career from small town girl to international sex symbol, actress, activist and doting mother."
Nike and Tiffany & Co. have partnered to create a "Legendary Pair" of the Air Force 1 1837 shoes inspired by the jewelry brand's sterling silver accessories collection. Slated to officially release on March 7, the sneakers feature the classic Air Force design in black with suede, as well as Nike's signature Swoosh in Tiffany Blue and co-branded silver details. Both companies initially teased the upcoming pair in a Tiffany Blue Nike shoe box, and later revealed a video showing a 360 view of the latest launch.
Former President Donald Trump turned to New York Attorney General Letitia James and smiled briefly as she began to depose him Aug. 10, newly released video obtained by ABC News shows. The video represents the first time the public can see portions of the hourslong deposition that preceded James' $250 million civil lawsuit filed against Trump, his eldest children, his business and its top executives for inflating his net worth. Trump declined to answer most questions other than affirming he understood the ground rules and the procedures.
Priscilla Presley is contesting the "authenticity and validity" of a "purported 2016 amendment" to late daughter Lisa Marie Presley's living trust. According to court documents, filed Jan. 26 and obtained by ABC News, Lisa Marie Presley, who died Jan. 12, "executed a revocable living trust," known as The Promenade Trust, in 1993. "Both the 1993 original trust and 2010 restatement appear to be carefully drafted by competent estate planning attorneys," Priscilla Presley says in the new court documents.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has vetoed a bill that would have overhauled the state's 175-year-old wrongful death statute, angering some families whose elderly loved ones were killed in a Buffalo supermarket mass shooting. The Grieving Families Act would have allowed courts to consider grief and loss when determining how much a family can be compensated by insurance companies, regardless of the income-earning potential of the deceased. The law would have also extended the time permitted to bring a wrongful death action to court by 18 months and allow families to claim compensation for funeral expenses and loss of companionship.
Two monkeys were reported missing from the Dallas Zoo on Monday, the latest in a series of animal incidents to rock the zoo, and now police are seeking help from the public. Members of the zoo's animal care team discovered two emperor tamarin monkeys missing from their habitats, which was "intentionally compromised," the Dallas Zoo told ABC News in a statement. Zoo officials alerted law enforcement officials about the missing monkeys, which have yet to be found.
Embattled GOP Rep. George Santos told House Republicans during a closed door meeting on Tuesday that he would recuse himself from sitting on any committees. Santos was recently assigned two committees -- the House Small Business Committee and the House Science, Space and Technology Committee. Leaving the House Republican meeting, Speaker Kevin McCarthy confirmed that Santos said he would recuse himself from committees but indicated if he were to fill the committee seats, it would be on a temporary basis.
Naomi Campbell recently enjoyed some adorable mother-daughter time. The supermodel on Monday shared a carousel of Instagram photos of her visit to the Sheikh Zayed Mosque, and in some, fans caught glimpses of her 1-year-old daughter. In the snaps, Campbell is seen wearing a leopard print coat along with scarf draped around her head.
Eddie Murphy is ready to stamp his passport for another visit to the Kingdom of Far Far Away. Murphy, who voiced Donkey in four "Shrek" movies, told Etalk it would take him "two seconds" to say yes to a fifth. "Oh, I'd absolutely be open," Murphy said.
The Environmental Protection Agency has vetoed a controversial proposed gold and copper mine in Alaska. Pebble Limited Partnership, the company that would control the mine commonly known as Pebble Mine, argues it would bring economic opportunity to the Bristol Bay region of Alaska. “After extensive review of scientific and technical research spanning two decades, and robust stakeholder engagement, EPA has determined that certain discharges associated with developing the Pebble deposit will have unacceptable adverse effects on certain salmon fishery areas in the Bristol Bay watershed,” the EPA said in a statement Monday.
President Joe Biden is expected to pose two questions to House Speaker Kevin McCarthy during a Wednesday meeting and will challenge him to commit to avoiding a catastrophic default and unveil a specific, detailed and comprehensive budget, according to a White House memo obtained first by ABC News. The highly anticipated meeting comes amid an ongoing standoff over the debt limit. According to the memo, the president is expected to ask McCarthy if he will "commit to the bedrock principle that the United States will never default on its financial obligations" and whether he agrees with "former presidents, including Presidents Trump and Reagan, that it is critical to avoid debt limit brinksmanship."
Ashley Judd says she is back in therapy after tabloids released photos earlier this month from her mother's death. Judd's mother, singer Naomi Judd -- one half of The Judds -- died by suicide in April 2022. Ashley Judd said she spent three months in the fall following her mother's death doing psychotherapy, specifically eye movement desensitization and reprocessing, or EMDR.
The use of the death penalty under the rule of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman and his father, King Salman, has almost doubled annually since they rose to power, according to a new report seen by ABC News. The report, published on Tuesday by the non-profit European Saudi organization for Human Rights (ESOHR) and the anti-death penalty charity Reprieve, titled “Bloodshed and Lies: Mohammed bin Salman’s Kingdom of Executions,” says that the average number of executions has risen 82% under their rule, even as the country has projected a modernizing image to the outside world. The number of executions annually has risen from an average of 70.8 between 2010-2014, to 129.5 per year since 2015, when the current king and crown prince came to power.
A suicide bomber detonated explosives inside a mosque in northwestern Pakistan on Monday, killing and wounding hundreds of worshippers, officials said. More than 300 people were said to be praying there when the suicide bomber struck. Security and government officials confirmed the explosion was from a suicide bomber.
A California man who prosecutors say intentionally drove his Tesla off a cliff with his family inside is facing attempted murder charges. Dharmesh Arvind Patel, 41, of Pasadena, was arraigned on three felony counts of attempted murder at the San Mateo County Superior Court in Redwood City on Monday afternoon. Patel's attorney, Josh Bentley, did not immediately respond to ABC News' request for comment.
The death of Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man who died following a violent encounter with Memphis police officers, has put diversity in policing back in the spotlight. Five now-former officers charged in his death are Black. A sixth officer involved, who is white, has been relieved of duty but not fired or charged.