Michelle Williams has been outspoken about her bouts of depression. The former member of Destiny's Child said she even tried to talk with her manager at the time -- Beyonce's father Mathew Knowles -- but he didn't understand.
After three long years, Wolverine is a live and kicking again, making his grand comeback in "Marvel Legacy" issue No. 1. The book is around 60 pages long and a lot goes down! Marvel Editor-in-Chief Axel Alonso and Senior VP Tom Brevoort stopped by ABC's "Inside Marvel" to talk about Logan's comeback, what he's doing with an Infinity Stone and the return of other classic superheroes. Alonso said "Legacy" is the most important Marvel book of 2017.
Former President Obama is set to make his much-anticipated, first post-presidential appearance on the campaign trail today, speaking at events for Democratic gubernatorial candidates in New Jersey and Virginia before elections there next month. Obama’s re-emergence comes as President Trump has taken aim at various parts of his legacy, including the Iran Deal and the Affordable Care Act, and as the controversy around Trump’s interactions with families of fallen U.S. soldiers persists. It is unlikely that Obama will directly call out President Trump and will probably speak in general terms about the importance of honoring veterans, aides to the former president told ABC News.
Lee Daniels is thankful to have two primetime shows on television, but the "Empire" and "Star" creator said he's itching to get back to filmmaking. "I miss being behind the camera as a filmmaker because right now, as a creator, it's really more administrative," Daniels told ABC News. While Daniels' future intentions are clear, the now-successful television producer recalls that his entrance into television wasn't something he planned.
The Justice Department has said it will appeal the decision, but the judge who issued the temporary restraining order cited the same arguments previous courts have given with the first two bans. It's unclear if the Trump administration has done enough legal maneuvering this time to avoid those, but it's worth looking back on the judicial road that led here. One week into his term, Trump visited the Pentagon and, flanked by Vice President Mike Pence and Defense Secretary James Mattis, signed an executive order titled "Protecting the Nation from Foreign Terrorist Entry into the United States." Its implementation was effective immediately because the threat was so urgent, according to administration officials, but so few people outside the White House even knew the contents of it.
Police have geared up for protests expected this afternoon on the University of Florida campus where self-described white nationalist Richard Spencer is scheduled to host an event. Widespread security measures are in place throughout the city of Gainesville, Florida, where the school is located.
"Battlefront II" just dropped a new trailer for the EA game out next month and its single player story mode actually takes place from the perspective of the Imperial forces.
Chris Stapleton, Florida Georgia Line, Jason Aldean, Keith Urban and Luke Bryan were the honorees at this year's CMT Artists of the Year special, which aired live from Nashville's Schermerhorn Symphony Center on Wednesday. The focus of the show was less awards and more "hope and healing," following the mass shooting in Las Vegas and the recent natural disasters in Houston, Florida, Puerto Rico and California. R&B singer Andra Day, joined by Little Big Town, opened the program with a powerful performance of Day’s hit "Rise Up." The five honorees then took the stage to explain that the show was a tribute to the victims and expression of gratitude to the first responders.
A strong storm system wreaked havoc on the western Washington area on Wednesday, toppling trees and knocking out power for thousands as the autumn storm season whipped into full swing. The storm, the second of three expected to hit the Washington area this week, brought as much as two inches of rain to some parts of the Evergreen State. Seattle surpassed its rainfall record for the day with 1.20 inches of rain as of early Thursday, breaking a record that had been held since 1958, according to the National Weather Service.
The back and forth about President Donald Trump's condolence calls to the families of four fallen American soldiers in Niger has raised questions about the U.S. military presence in the West African country. Here are some answers to questions you might have about the U.S. military presence in Niger, West Africa, and the circumstances about the incident that killed the four U.S. soldiers and wounded two others. Wondering why there are Army Green Berets in Niger?
The tiny Caribbean island on the front line of climate change lost entire communities, forests and infrastructures during Hurricane Maria.
Gold medal Olympian McKayla Maroney shared her story of alleged sexual assault at the hands of former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, who pleaded not guilty to 22 counts of criminal sexual conduct.
Former University of Louisville basketball coach Rick Pitino said in an interview with ESPN that he had "no knowledge" that an assistant coach allegedly paid the family of a high-profile player in what became one of the biggest scandals to rock college basketball in recent years. Pitino denied any knowledge of the scandal when asked by ESPN's Jay Bilas whether he knew about the assistant coach's alleged $100,000 request to a representative for Adidas for the recruit's family, saying he had to take a lie detector test to back up his statement.
Government attorneys on Wednesday asked a New York federal judge to throw out a lawsuit accusing President Donald Trump of violating the Constitution every time a foreign government patronizes a Trump property. The government attorneys were responding to a lawsuit filed this year by representatives of hotels and restaurants who say they have suffered damages, along with watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics and Washington (CREW). The suit charges that Trump's ongoing ties to Trump-branded businesses worldwide is in violation of the so-called emoluments clause, which prohibits federal employees from accepting "any present, Emolument, Office, or Title, of any kind whatever, from any King, Prince, or foreign State.” An emolument is usually defined as compensation of some kind or an item of value.
Rep. Frederica Wilson, D-Fla., adamantly stood by her characterization of President Donald Trump's phone call with the widow of a fallen service member, in an interview with ABC News today, calling his words "terrible" and adding that Trump didn't even know the soldier's name. Wilson said she was with Myeshia Johnson, the widow of Sgt. La David Johnson, who was killed in Niger two weeks ago, and heard the Trump on speakerphone when he called to console her. "I heard him say, 'Well I guess you know he knew what he was signing up for, but it still hurts,'" Wilson told ABC News.