Danny Masterson leaving Los Angeles Superior Court with his wife, Bijou Phillips, on Wednesday after a judge declared a mistrial in his rape case.
Voter suppression is one of the surest cures for apathy. Nothing makes you value a thing like someone trying to steal it from you.
A cemetery in the Kyiv suburb of Irpin on Wednesday.
French President Emmanuel Macron presided over a ceremony at the French embassy in Washington on Wednesday, where he presented US veterans with Legion d'Honneur medals and thanked them for their service. (Nov. 30)
University of Idaho students Ethan Chapin, 20; Kaylee Goncalves, 21; Xana Kernodle, 20; and 21-year-old Madison Mogen were stabbed several times and killed on November 13.
James Tupper, Anne Heche's ex-boyfriend, opposed Homer Laffoon's bid to become general administrator of her estate after her death in LA on Aug. 11. Heche was 53.
The Prince and Princess of Wales arrived in Boston aboard a commercial British Airways flight on Wednesday. (Nov. 30)
A suspect who drove on the sidewalk and refused to stop for authorities was arrested Wednesday in Las Vegas, police said.
Christine McVie in 1969. The following year, she joined Fleetwood Mac.
President Biden, while speaking at the Tribal Nations Summit at the Department of Interior on Wednesday, all but claimed to be the greatest president in U.S. history.
The world's largest volcano oozed rivers of glowing lava Wednesday, drawing thousands of awestruck viewers who jammed a Hawaii highway that could soon be covered by the flow. (Nov 30)
Retired NFL wide receiver Terrell Owens said the fight caught on camera in which he punched a man in a CVS parking lot started because an "aggressor" directed threats towards him.
Sam Bankman-Fried, the founder of the collapsed crypto exchange FTX, speaking at the DealBook Summit virtually on Wednesday.
All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald will miss his first game with the Los Angeles Rams due to injury in his career Sunday after suffering a high-ankle sprain.
Colorado Secretary of State Jena Griswold has ordered a recount of the 3rd Congressional District, where incumbent Rep. Lauren Boebert is projected to defeat Democrat Adam Frisch.
Dr. Phil hosted a debate about whether the world was overpopulated with humans and on the ethics of procreation, especially when some people cannot afford to support them.
Julián Álvarez, left, celebrated with Enzo Fernández after scoring Argentina’s second goal of the game on Wednesday.
Rosa Parks is arrested in Montgomery, Alabama; Former communist official Sergei Kirov is assassinated in Leningrad; Beatlemania arrives in America; Actor and director Woody Allen is born. (Dec. 1)
President Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden, joined by entertainer and rapper LL Cool J, lit the National Christmas Tree near the White House Wednesday, marking the 100th anniversary of the event. (Nov. 30)
Christine McVie of Fleetwood Mac in performance at Madison Square Garden in 2014. Her commercial potency was on full display on Fleetwood Mac’s “Greatest Hits” anthology: She either wrote or co-wrote half of its 16 tracks.
George Wagner IV was found guilty on all 22 counts he faced in the killings of eight members of Pike County's Rhoden family in 2016.
Mickey Joseph, who was the interim head coach of Nebraska before they hired Matt Rhule, was arrested on Wednesday for strangulation and third-degree assault.
In an open letter to DHS Secretary Mayorkas Wednesday, Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., said newly obtained documents reveal a more extensive scope of the Disinformation Governance Board.
Retired priest Otis Young, 71, formerly of St. Peter Catholic Church in Covington, La., has been identified as a victim in a double homicide Nov. 28.
Mike Pence at the DealBook Summit in Manhattan on Wednesday.
The bloodshed continues. Will it make a difference?
Wednesday’s action by the House was the first time since the 1990s that Congress had used its power under the Railway Labor Act to intervene in a national rail labor dispute.
Mayor Eric Adams issued a directive to police officers and emergency medical workers this week authorizing them to take people to hospitals who have severe mental illness and pose a danger to themselves, whether or not they are willing to go.
NASA held an Artemis I mission status briefing Wednesday to preview Orion's distant retrograde orbit departure on Dec. 1 and recovery assets preparations for Dec. 11 splashdown in the Pacific Ocean (November 30)
Georgians casting ballots early last weekend in Atlanta in the state’s runoff election for Senate. With control of the chamber already decided, the stakes are much lower this year than in the runoffs in early 2021.
Prosecutors said the boy shot his mother after she would not buy him a virtual headset. He was charged in adult court last week.
In two months, two former students have sued California's Thacher School, accusing the institution of neglecting them by allowing sex abuse to thrive.
Representative Kevin McCarthy told the chairman of the House committee investigating the Jan. 6 attack that the next Congress plans to launch its own inquiry into the panel’s work.
Sotheby's auction house in New York is getting ready to auction off some of its highest value luxury items, ranging from multi-million dollar pieces of jewelry to historical artifacts and even a one-of-a-kind dinosaur skull fossil. (Nov. 30) (AP Video: Robert Bumsted)
Thursday's State Dinner will be the first one of the Biden administration, and First Lady Jill Biden has previewed food and decor for the event that projects solidarity between the US and their oldest ally. (Nov. 30)
A new trio, including Representatives Katherine Clark of Massachusetts as No. 2 and Pete Aguilar of California as No. 3, will take the reins in January, replacing Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her team.
University of Idaho estimate about half of the student body returned to campus following the murder of four students in their house (Nov. 30)
The first eruption in 38 years of the world's largest active volcano is attracting onlookers for "spectacular" views. (Nov. 30) (AP video: Caleb Jones)
Breaking with modern precedent for major presidential candidates and sitting presidents, former President Donald J. Trump had refused to make his tax returns public.
Attorney General Merrick Garland hailed the seditious conspiracy convictions handed down Tuesday in the trial of Oath Keepers founder Steward Rhodes and his associate and pledged to continue to hold all Jan. 6 attackers to account. (Nov. 30)
Four lion cubs born at breeding facilities in Ukraine and orphaned by the war have arrived in the US. They'll have a permanent home at an animal sanctuary in Minnesota. (Nov. 30)
Many native villages in the U.S. are at risk from climate change effects, particularly those located on the shores of lakes, rivers and oceans.
Jurors have convicted a man in the killings of eight people from another Ohio family. George Wagner IV was found guilty of all 22 counts he faced, in the 2016 shootings of seven adults and a teenager from the Rhoden family in Pike County. (Nov. 30)
Freight rail workers are prepared to go on strike on Friday at 12:01 a.m. if the union and freight companies don’t come to an agreement.
The Whatcheeria was an aquatic predator that lived millions of years ago in current-day Iowa. It was named after the town of What Cheer.
House Democrats elect Rep. Hakeem Jeffries as their new leader; House votes to avert rail strike by imposing labor agreement; Tornadoes kill at least two and destroy homes in South; Tourists flock to Big Island to watch Mauna Loa eruption. (Nov. 30)
What happens when an autocrat begins to look ridiculous?
Herschel Walker greeting guests during a campaign event on Monday.
Jerome H. Powell, the Federal Reserve chair, emphasized that while the time to slow policy moves was coming, the central bank was far from stopping its campaign to vanquish inflation.
In his final public remarks before a crucial Federal Reserve meeting, the central bank’s chair said the time to moderate rate increases could come as soon as December.