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Henry Winkler talks rumored Tom Hanks feud: 'That was just fun'
Despite rumors that he himself helped fuel, Henry Winkler wants to make it clear that there’s no feud between him and Tom Hanks.
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CBP Accused of Acting 'Above the Law' After Forcing Iranian Student With Visa to Board Flight Back Home, Despite Emergency Stay
"We seem doomed to repeat past mistakes," said Cornell University Law School Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr.
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Tesla is now worth $100 billion -- more than nearly every other car maker except Toyota
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Escaped Prisoner Sends Postcard to Prison Directors, 'Greetings From Thailand'
After escaping from Belgium's Turnhout Prison in December, former inmate Oualid Sekkaki taunted the facility's directors by sending them a postcard gloating about his successful getaway.
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Cuba Gooding Jr. groping case trial set for April
Two women who have accused Cuba Gooding Jr. of sexual misconduct will be allowed to testify at his trial on charges that he groped three other women at Manhattan bars in 2018 and 2019.
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New 'Pokémon Go' Festival and Safari Zones Announced for First Half of 2020
In 2019, an estimated $249 million in tourism revenue resulted from live events.
***Live Updates*** Trump Impeachment Trial: Democrats Begin Opening Arguments
Democrats will have 24 hours over the next three days for their opening arguments in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate. Stay tuned to Breitbart News for live updates. All times eastern.
Cervical cancer survivor, 41, gives birth to 'miracle twins’: 'I feel incredibly lucky’
A British woman who survived cervical cancer but was told she may never be able to have children has since welcomed a set of “miracle”  twins.
Ousted Grammys CEO Deborah Dugan accuses former Recording Academy chief Neil Portnow of raping female artist: reports
Neil Portnow, the former chief of the Recording Academy, has been accused of raping a female artist by Grammys CEO Deborah Dugan, who was placed on an administrative leave last week.
Watchdog cited in impeachment push repeatedly flagged violations under past presidents
The Government Accountability Office has accused numerous past presidents and administrations of breaking the law—without impeachment being discussed.
Seth Meyers's day drinking with the Jonas Brothers is hilarious and borderline irresponsible
Well, the Jonas Brothers did warn us years ago that they "Live to Party." Seth Meyers learned this the hard way.
“Half for Me, Half for You” Edition
Also, Jeopardy! and Jia Tolentino.
Airlines and Airports Across the World Are Working to Limit the Spread of Deadly Coronavirus. Here’s What to Know
At least nine people have died and hundreds more have been infected by the virus
Dead homeless man found covered in maggots on subway train
Straphangers reported the grisly discovery when the train pulled into Manhattan's 59th St.-Columbus Circle station Tuesday night around 8:40 p.m.
The Wuhan Coronavirus Is Spreading Fast. Will Doctors Be Able to Find a Treatment Before the Outbreak Ends?
Cases of a novel pneumonia-like illness that originated in Wuhan, China in December have now been confirmed in South Korea, Thailand, Japan, Taiwan, Macau—and, as of Jan. 21, the U.S. The virus’ geographic reach, as well as its newly discovered ability to spread via person-to-person contact, has health officials worried about the prospect of globals…
Hillary Clinton still isn’t a fan of Bernie Sanders — but may support him after all
Well, maybe she’ll support Bernie. Hillary Clinton ever-so-slightly walked back her comments on her 2016 Democratic primary rival Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) after facing considerable backlash. “I thought everyone wanted my authentic, unvarnished views!” the former Secretary of State joked in a tweet. “But to be serious, the number one priority for our country and...
Comparing the impeachment trials of President Clinton and President Trump
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump will stick to the same rules as the Senate impeachment trial of President Clinton. Presidential historian Thomas Whalen joined CBSN's "Red and Blue" to break down the key differences between the two trials.
African warlord living jailed for lying to US immigration officials asks judge to overturn 30-year sentence
A brutal African warlord – currently serving 30 years for lying to U.S. immigration officials about his past committing murders, raping and enslaving his rivals and even ordering cannibalism to intimidate enemies – asked a federal appeals court in Philadelphia Tuesday to overturn his conviction.
Schumer: Tuesday was a 'dark day' for the Senate
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said the the first full day of the impeachment trial into President Donald Trump represented "a dark day and a dark night for the Senate," and he urged his Republican colleagues to make the trial "more fair." (Jan. 22)
Woman bites cop’s leg during wild arrest
A woman in Palm Coast, Florida, allegedly bit an arresting deputy’s leg. Shocking police bodycam video shows 38-year-old Cherie Saunders cursing out cops in her garage before being taken into custody. She faces multiple charges, including domestic battery for reportedly slapping her housemate. Saunders was released from jail after posting $10,000 bail.   Subscribe to...
US to impose visas restrictions for pregnant women
The Trump administration is unveiling new visa restrictions aimed at restricting a practice known as “birth tourism'' - women who travel to the U.S. to give birth so their children can have citizenship
Americans weigh in on backing candidates who support certain abortion restrictions
A Marist poll commissioned by the Knights of Columbus found 65% of Americans are more likely to support candidates in 2020 who allow abortion at most in the first three months of a pregnancy.
AOC Calls Out Joe Biden For Selling The 'Invasion Of Iraq' And Being 'Open To A Republican Running Mate'
"I don't understand why some folks run as if the internet doesn't exist," Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
Bernie Sanders surges into first in one national poll; Joe Biden maintains lead in another
Sen. Bernie Sanders surged into first place, marking the first time a CNN poll did not find Joe Biden alone at the top since the race began.
Philadelphia May Cut Subsidies to UPenn for Not Paying Minimum Wage
The prestigious University of Pennsylvania may lose $1.2 million in public subsidies from Philadelphia over its refusal to pay the city's mandated $15.00 minimum wage to entry-level security staffers.
Taylor Swift releases Netflix documentary trailer, says she's done being 'muzzled'
Taylor Swift is taking fans and critics alike behind the scenes during one of the most tumultuous periods in her life.
Taylor Swift finds her voice in 'Miss Americana' trailer
Taylor Swift went into hiding for a year and emerged a new person. Her new Netflix documentary appears to give viewers a peek inside that process.
Trump impeachment lawyer hits back at WaPo editorial board
Attorney Robert Ray, a member of President Trump's legal defense team, hit back Wednesday at the Washington Post editorial board’s opinion piece that stated: “Trump’s impeachment defense is designed to destroy guardrails on presidential power.”
Dave Matthews Band is going on tour this summer
Dave Matthews Band will bring its music to cities across North America on a 2020 summer tour after missing out on a Rock Hall nomination.
House Democrats to present case in Trump’s Senate impeachment trial
Following a marathon session that stretched into the early hours of Wednesday, Democratic House managers are set to present their opening arguments in President Trump’s impeachment trial in the Senate at 1 p.m. The trial got underway in earnest on Tuesday afternoon as the impeachment managers and the president’s defense lawyers furiously debated a number...
Pennsylvania mom 'failed to feed' 26-pound 16-year-old boy, police say
The victim was later discharged from Hershey Medical Center weighing 45 pounds after receiving medical attention for weeks.
Thousands of Nigerian slum dwellers left homeless after mass eviction
Authorities in Nigeria evicted thousands of impoverished residents from a Lagos slum, leaving many homeless, residents and eyewitnesses told CNN.
Supreme Court sounds ready to support public aid to religious schools
Supreme Court and church schools: Is it religious discrimination to not help fund them?
Watch Live: Day Two of Senate Impeachment Trial of President Donald Trump
The Senate will start the second day of the impeachment trial against President Donald Trump Wednesday, beginning at 1:00 P.M. Eastern.
Billy Eichner will play Matt Drudge in upcoming ‘American Crime Story: Impeachment’
EXCLUSIVE: Three-time Emmy nominee and “American Horror Story” alum Billy Eichner is joining FX’s Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky sex scandal limited series “American Crime Story: Impeachment” in the role of famed journalist and Drudge Report founder Matt Drudge. It was the Drudge Report that first broke news of the White House affair on Jan. 17, 1998,...
Trump Proclaims ‘National Sanctity of Human Life Day’
Trump declared January 22 “National Sanctity of Human Life Day,” when the nation “reaffirms our commitment to protect the precious gift of life at every stage, from conception to natural death.”
CVS co-founder Ralph Hoagland III is dead at 86
Ralph Hoagland III, a serial entrepreneur who helped create CVS, America's largest drug store, died Friday. He was 86.
United pushes 737 Max return until fall, leaving it short on planes for summer travel rush
The Boeing 737 Max grounding will likely impact the summer travel season for the second year in a row. Recertification isn't expected until mid-year.
Kristin Smart’s family told to prepare for breakthrough in 23-year-old missing persons case
Kristin Smart's mom, Denise, said the FBI told her to brace herself for "something you don’t expect."
Reliving Zion Williamson's Top Moments As He Makes His NBA Debut
On Wednesday, Zion Williamson will make his long-awaited NBA debut for the New Orleans Pelicans.
DOJ launches commission to study 'modern issues affecting law enforcement'
Attorney General Bill Barr announced the creation Wednesday of a Justice Department commission that will study mental illness, homelessness, substance abuse and other issues that affect the ability of law enforcement to reduce crime in communities.
Davos: 'Russian Spies' Disguised as Plumbers Attempting to Install Surveillance Equipment Caught by Police
Swiss police caught two Russian men suspected of attempting to install spying equipment for the Kremlin at the World Economic Forum at Davos.
Gwyneth Paltrow shows off her abs at ‘The Goop Lab’ screening
She's in Goop shape.
George Conway: Senate Republicans Know Trump's Guilty and Want to Hide the Evidence
Appearing Wednesday on CNN, George Conway, attorney and husband to White House counselor Kellyanne Conway, asserted Senate Republicans oppose additional evidence being brought in the upper chamber's impeachment trial because they believe President Donald Trump is "guilty."
Schumer says impeachment trial starting under ‘cloud of unfairness’
Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer said Wednesday that President Trump’s impeachment trial begins under a “cloud of unfairness,” after the GOP-led Senate rejected all 11 of his amendments to allow for witnesses and documents in a marathon late-night session.
Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman's former Westside manor lists for $6.75 million
In Little Holmby, the marital home of Ronald Reagan and Jane Wyman is up for sale at $6.75 million.
Why the ‘Hunger Games’ prequel book is so controversial
This is truly a baffling choice.
Toobin and Dershowitz examine impeachment arguments
CNN's Jeffrey Toobin and Alan Dershowitz, a member of President Donald Trump's impeachment defense team, examine the arguments and tactics from the House managers and Trump's defense on the first day of the Senate impeachment trial.