Starring Elias Koteas, Virginia Madsen and Jane Seymour.
Starring Elias Koteas, Virginia Madsen and Jane Seymour.
Amazon Web Services made a slew of announcements related to AI.
Kansas has had enough problems with some outsiders seeing it as flyover country, so perhaps it didn't need a new license plate that many people saw as ugly and drab. Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly announced Tuesday that in response to criticism of a new navy blue and deep gold plate, she had slammed the brakes on its production — only six days after her office unveiled the design.
Cher, 77, talks on the TODAY show about her 2023 album, "Christmas," "Believe" turning 25 and performing at "Christmas in Rockefeller Center."
The last time all of the living first ladies attended an event together was in 2018 at the funeral of former President George H.W. Bush at the Washington National Cathedral.
Lake County Sheriff's Office recently announced that their newest member is a four-legged friend who will sniff out and detect vapes in Florida schools.
Report by Futurism finds articles written by fake authors but Arena Group says articles were commercial content
Former US president Jimmy Carter, 99, made a rare public appearance on Tuesday to join two of his successors and all five living first ladies at the memorial service for his wife Rosalynn.Rosalynn Carter had been suffering from dementia and died just two days after joining her husband in hospice care at their home in Plains, Georgia, from where the former president traveled for the service.
Nathan Woodyard was suspended for two years until jury found him not guilty of manslaughter and criminally negligent homicide
Goldman's CEO is finishing 2023 talking about the same subject that was front and center for him as the year began — the 'noise' surrounding the Wall Street bank.
Here's how to donate to TODAY’s Toy Drive Spectacular during the holiday season. We'll be collecting toys from Nov. 28 - Dec. 22.
Kiana Ledé is one of R&B’s brightest rising stars but that doesn’t mean she always embraces the compliment. “I kind of have mixed feelings about it because it gets me in my head about me needing to do more or me being more invested in my craft, or I just don’t have the right (industry) politics surrounding me,” said Ledé, who’s launching the international leg of her “Grudges” tour Tuesday starting in Auckland, New Zealand. Ledé, who wrapped up her 21-date North American tour in October and recently parted ways with her record label, Republic, has built a loyal fanbase and respect from industry contemporaries.
If Donald Trump can make a comeback while fighting four criminal cases, Santos might believe he could do the same in miniature.
The Texas Supreme Court heard arguments Tuesday in a case brought on behalf of some two dozen women who were denied abortions even though they had serious complications with their pregnancies that were in some cases life-threatening.The suit is the first brought on behalf of women denied abortions since the US Supreme Court overturned the constitutional right to the procedure in June 2022.
Hunter Biden is open to testifying publicly before the Republican-led House Oversight Committee on Dec. 13, his lawyer said in a letter Tuesday.
Pope Francis canceled his trip to Dubai for the U.N. climate conference on doctors’ orders Tuesday even though he is recovering from the flu and lung inflammation, the Vatican said. Francis was scheduled to leave Rome on Friday to address the COP28 meeting first thing Saturday morning. The pope revealed Sunday that he had lung inflammation but said at the time that he still planned to go to Dubai, where he was to become the first pontiff to address a U.N. climate conference.
The CIA director is visiting Doha, hoping to build on an existing agreement between Israel and Hamas that resulted in the release of dozens of hostages.
The first significant lake-effect snow event of the season is underway across parts of the Great Lakes and the interior Northeast, with heavy snow expected to continue through Wednesday morning.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -Meta Platforms, which owns WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook, said on Tuesday it would appeal a judge's ruling that a U.S. regulator can seek to reduce the amount of money the social media company makes from users under 18. Judge Timothy Kelly of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia denied a motion filed by Meta on Monday for the court to hear the dispute with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). Meta in a court filing on Tuesday said it would appeal Kelly's decision to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.
Abir Moussi, a prominent opponent of Tunisian President Kais Saied, went on a hunger strike in prison on Tuesday to protest what her lawyers said was a violation of her rights to freedom and political activity. A judge last month ordered Moussi's imprisonment after police arrested her at the presidential palace entrance on suspicion of assault intended to cause chaos, part of a crackdown on opposition politicians. Moussi is the leader of the Free Constitutional Party (PDL), which warned in a statement against "attempts to fabricate legal obstacles to remove her from participating in the presidential elections" expected next year.
A top Sudanese general has said the United Arab Emirates is sending supplies to the Rapid Support Forces (RSF), publicly accusing the UAE of involvement in its war with its powerful paramilitary rival for the first time. Army leaders had previously only hinted at interference from unnamed neighbouring countries in the seven-month-old war, which has displaced more than 6 million people and triggered waves of ethnically driven killings in Darfur. "We have information from intelligence, military intelligence, and the diplomatic circuit that the UAE sends planes to support the Janjaweed," General Yassir al-Atta said in a speech to members of the General Intelligence Service in Omdurman, in a video circulated on social media and viewed by Reuters.