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Morgan Stanley to Buy E-Trade, Linking Wall Street and Main Street
The $13 billion deal will give a powerful Wall Street firm control of a major presence in the world of online brokerages.
Retail Happenings: Gucci grows, C magazine opens a stylish store
Dermalogica, Byredo open in West Hollywood, Gucci adds a rooftop restaurant on Rodeo and Studio C sails into Newport Beach.
Amie Harwick's brother demands apology from Wendy Williams for mocking her death
The brother of Amie Harwick wants an apology from gaffe machine Wendy Williams, who came under fire this week for an attempted joke about his sister's slaying.
'The Call of the Wild' gets caught in a no-dog's land between live-action and animation
After multiple tries, there has never been a really good movie version of "The Call of the Wild" (no, not even with Clark Gable), and the latest -- built around a computer-generated dog -- doesn't end that streak, despite Harrison Ford as the main man in his life.
Column: Michael Bloomberg's candidacy is doing one thing: Making his Democratic rivals look good
Michael Bloomberg's hefty political baggage was exposed in Wednesday's debate, leaving the billionaire former New York City mayor vulnerable.
'European Solutions' to European Problems Would Benefit the U.S. Too | Opinion
The European self-reliance French President Emmanuel Macron is advocating should be encouraged and embraced—for the sake of Europe and the United States alike.
Bellator 239 weigh-in video highlights, photos with potential welterweight barnburner in Oklahoma
Check out our exclusive video highlights and photo gallery from the Bellator 239 ceremonial weigh-ins and faceoffs in Thackerville, Okla.        Related StoriesBellator 239 predictions: Three unanimous picks, one contentious fight in OklahomaBellator 239: Cris Lencioni disappointed 'boring' Salim Mukhidinov won't trash talkMichael Chiesa knew pre-fight of Diego Sanchez's deadly submission: 'I immediately started laughing'
This week on "Sunday Morning" (February 23)
A look at the features for this week's broadcast of the #1 Sunday morning news program
The New Documentary About the Band Makes the Same Mistake as the Last One
And this time most of the other members aren’t even around to defend themselves.
‘American Chopper’ star Paul Teutul owes $258K to photographer in merchandise lawsuit
Paul Teutul lost another court battle earlier this week.
Dad of journalist Alison Parker blasts Google over videos of her murder spreading online, files FTC complaint
The father of a television news journalist named Alison Parker blasted Google-owned YouTube for allowing despicable videos of her murder to proliferate on the popular video platform.
Kyrie Irving to miss significant time with expected shoulder procedure
Kyrie Irving’s shoulder issues continue to plague his first season with the Nets. The Athletic reported Thursday that Irving is likely to undergo a procedure on his right shoulder and miss an extended period of time. On Dec. 4, The Post reported that such a procedure could be needed, which Irving eventually acknowledged roughly a...
Trump signals no imminent pardon for Roger Stone but questions whether trial was 'tainted'
Trump questioned whether the case against Roger Stone was 'tainted,' but said he would watch the court fight closely rather than grant a pardon.
Alex Winter posts trove of vintage ‘Bill & Ted’ behind-the-scenes pics
The album is a mix of candid on-set and promotional stills.
Trump: Roger Stone has 'very good chance of exoneration' but will 'let the process play out'
Trump's comments Thursday were his most extensive yet on whether he would pardon Stone, a subject he has dodged even as he's complained relentlessly about Stone's "unfair" treatment.
Trump says Roger Stone has a good chance of ‘exoneration’
President Trump on Thursday said that his longtime associate Roger Stone has “a very good chance of exoneration” — but stopped short of committing to a pardon for the self-described dirty trickster. “He’s become a big part of the news. I’m following this very closely. I want to see this play out til its fullest...
Ecuador's 'throat of fire' volcano showing signs of 'potential collapse,' study shows
The Tungurahua volcano in Ecuador – known locally as both the "throat of fire" and the "black giant" – is displaying signs of a potential collapse.
Paratroopers deployed to Middle East after Baghdad attack have returned home, officials say
The U.S. Army’s famed 82nd Airborne Division said 800 paratroopers have returned home to Fort Bragg, N.C., on Thursday after a hasty deployment to the Middle East following the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Baghdad last year.
Exclusive: Sears snags new financial lifeline as losses continue - sources
U.S. department store operator Sears has reached a deal for a fresh financial lifeline totaling roughly $100 million from hedge fund Brigade Capital Management LP, as it tries to stabilize after bankruptcy, people familiar with the matter said on Thursday.
Here’s How the Bloomberg Campaign Presented His Disastrous Debate as a Success
"I think he weathered the storm."
Homemade tampons are a dangerous trend: gynecologists
You can't put just anything up there.
DNC spokesperson denies party was trying to 'smoke out' Bloomberg at Vegas debate
Democratic National Committee spokesperson Xochitl Hinojosa told Fox News Thursday that former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg earned a spot on Wednesday's debate stage by legitimately meeting the qualification benchmarks set by the party.
Dozens of people leaving Nebraska virus quarantine
Nearly 60 people evacuated from the virus outbreak in China are being released after 14 days in quarantine in Nebraska. (Feb. 20)
Photos: Bellator 239 ceremonial weigh-ins
Check out these photos from the Bellator 239 ceremonial weigh-ins at WinStar World Casino Resort        Related StoriesPhotos: UFC Auckland's traditional Maori welcome ceremonyDiego Sanchez def. Michel Pereira at UFC on ESPN+ 25: Best photosBrok Weaver def. Kazula Vargas at UFC on ESPN+ 25: Best photos
Harvey Weinstein jury deliberates, stays quiet on day 3 after flurry of earlier questions
Is the Harvey Weinstein sex crimes jury confused or being careful? It started deliberations with lots of questions.
Stone sentenced to 3-1/3 years, Trump signals no immediate pardon for adviser
A federal judge on Thursday sentenced President Donald Trump's long-time adviser Roger Stone to three years and four months in prison and said his lies to lawmakers investigating Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election amounted to a threat to American democracy.
Merkel, Macron urge Putin to end conflict in Syria's Idlib
The leaders of Germany and France called Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday to express their concern about the humanitarian situation in Syria's Idlib region, urging an end to the conflict there, a German spokesman said.
AOC Responds After Conservative Calls Elizabeth Warren 'Mean And Angry': 'Anger at Injustice Is Quite Appropriate'
"Warren was not mean, nor angry. She was effective," Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez tweeted.
Coach releases Barbra Streisand sweatshirt and more from Spring 2020 collection
Your winter fashions will soon be a distant memory. And Coach is giving you a head start on building the perfect spring wardrobe. The luxury brand is offering early online access to its Spring 2020 collection — which includes some chic new Coach Originals bags and show-stopping ready-to-wear pieces that feature prints from pop artist...
More CEOs are under pressure to do better by the world. But it's complicated.
Corporate CEOs and boards are under pressure from investors, their employees and others to do better by the planet and everyone living on it.
Review: In 'The Cordillera of Dreams,' Patricio Guzmán completes his powerful Chilean trilogy
The director's latest prize-winning documentary "The Cordillera of Dreams" follows "Nostalgia for the Light" and "The Pearl Button."
Indexes fall, led by tech decline on mounting fears coronavirus could spread
U.S. stocks fell on Thursday, led down by technology heavyweights, after reports of new coronavirus cases in China and other countries intensified fears over its spread and impact on the global economy.
Navy arms amphibs with 13 F-35s, changes future attack tactics
Launching a massive, fast-paced air assault from the sea, providing close-air support for amphibious assault forces and bringing forward-operating surveillance and networking technology to maritime warfare -- are all part of the changing operational calculus introduced by adding F-35s to maritime attack.
Disney actor Chris Tavarez sentenced to jail time in domestic violence case
He'll be behind bars for 300 days.
Former Trump adviser Roger Stone sentenced to 40 months in prison
Longtime Trump friend and adviser Roger Stone has been sentenced to over 40 months in prison. CBS News chief Justice and Homeland Security correspondent Jeff Pegues, intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis, and Politico White House reporter Daniel Lippman join CBSN to discuss the judge's ruling, plus the president's pick for acting Director of National Intelligence.
Will there be more presidential caucus chaos? 'Nevada is just praying'
Democratic officials and presidential campaigns in Nevada are desperately hoping to avoid another caucus meltdown like the one this month in Iowa.
The 32-page booklet that is haunting Mike Bloomberg
Seconds -- literally! -- into the ninth presidential debate on Wednesday night in Las Vegas, Elizabeth Warren dropped a rhetorical bomb on Mike Bloomberg's candidacy.
Former NASCAR racer Candace Muzny’s death ruled accidental
Former NASCAR racer Candace Muzny’s untimely death at her home in Oklahoma was ruled an “accidental drowning” by a medical examiner, according to a report. Muzny’s cause of death was initially investigated as suspicious after her body was found at the Ski Island abode Monday — just days after she was released from jail for...
Video shows NYPD shoot armed murder suspect
New body cam videos released by cops Thursday shows the moment an armed gunman — suspected of killing a rival gang member just moments before — is shot down by police in the East Village in January. The pair of recordings shows officers Liam Murphy and Christopher Mclaughlin get out of their patrol car at...
Arizona State booster harassed wives of athletic staff: claim
Arizona State University officials say that a legal claim against an athletic booster, who allegedly harassed three women married to members of the athletic department, “could have been resolved in a quicker timeframe.” In a statement released to Yahoo Sports Wednesday, ASU said that an outside investigation found that booster Bart Wear subjected the three...
Gregg Jarrett: Roger Stone's sentence proves that AG Barr was right and trial prosecutors were wrong
Federal Judge Amy Berman Jackson agreed with Barr’s assessment and meted out a punishment of 40 months.
Georgia murder suspect busted in Queens with AR-15
A Georgia murder suspect packing an AR-15 was busted in Queens, police said Thursday. Michael Miata, 29, was picked up by the NYPD’s Regional Fugitive Task Force in an apartment on Metropolitan Avenue in Kew Gardens with the loaded rifle, Chief Rodney Harrison said in a tweet. Miata was wanted for drug deal gone bad...
Trump says Stone 'has a very good chance of exoneration'
De Blasio demands LA Angeles refund cost of tickets for his security detail
Mayor de Blasio bashed the Los Angeles Angels Thursday for charging his security detail for tickets to a game against the Boston Red Sox during his failed presidential run — and even demanded a refund. “Who on earth charges the police? I don’t know what the hell the Angeles were thinking,” de Blasio railed at...
The Great Sphinx of Giza, Through the Years
The monumental statue known to the world as the Great Sphinx of Giza is believed to have been built more than 4,500 years ago. While photography has only been around for about 200 years, photographers have flocked to the Giza pyramid complex to capture images of the enigmatic creature in the Egyptian desert. Gathered below are varied photographs of the Sphinx over the past 170 years, from Maxime du Camp’s image of a still-mostly-buried Sphinx in 1849, to 21st century light shows, and much more.
Letters to the Editor: Hey, Democrats, viciously attacking your own wins debates but not elections
The winners of Tuesday's Democratic debate in Las Vegas were President Trump, William Barr and other Republicans.
Animatronic Baby Yoda toy now available, with Build-A-Bear version soon to follow
Touching the toy’s head activates over 25 sound and motion combinations.
The new BTS album drops tomorrow. Here is everything we know so far about 'Map of the Soul: 7'
BTS's fourth studio album is almost here, along with a new single. RM, Jin, Suga, J-Hope, Jimin, V and Jungkook's latest effort is called "Map of the Soul: 7."