Feb. 7 morning headlines
Feb. 7 morning headlines
On Saturday, two days after former President Trump was indicted, some of his supporters gathered to protest in Orange County.
James Egan is not just an attorney—he also has music on Spotify.
The "Tonight Show" host also suggested a title for a new Trump book and dished out some relatively “good news” for the former president.
“That really sort of tells you something about where these folks’ heads are," said The New York Times reporter.
She knew exactly what she was doing.
The video, shared by Ukraine's 36th Marine Brigade, shows tanks exploding and Russian soldiers jumping out of a burning vehicle in eastern Ukraine.
The porn star was paid hush money by the former president a month before the 2016 election to keep her from speaking out about their alleged affair.
After South Carolina women's basketball's loss to Iowa in the Final Four, Dawn Staley in an interview called out national media members.
Itty-bitty, teeny-weeny, etc.
Kaley Cuoco and Tom Pelphrey welcomed their first child together, a daughter named Matilda, born on March 30.
Ivanka Trump mustered up a statement on Friday to support her dad, Donald Trump, after his indictment was announced the night before. She did it in a very low-key way — Instagram Story — that felt more obligatory than heartfelt. The statement will only last 24 hours on her account, so it barely registers as a […]
A new study analyzed the DNA of feral dogs living near Chernobyl, compared the animals to others living 10 miles away, and found remarkable differences.
When asked Saturday about NASCAR's messy history with road courses, Kyle Busch said the series needs to run the IMS oval or skip the track altogether.
Iowa coach Lisa Bluder clarified comments describing South Carolina's play style as a "bar fight" after Dawn Staley aired frustrations in Final Four.
Former president prepares for New York court appearance at Florida resort after news of indictment caught him by surprise
Prince Harry and Meghan Markle might be keeping King Charles III in the dark right now about their coronation attendance, but he’s already making plans for them. Despite all of the bad blood between the Sussexes and the royal family, the couple won’t be exiled to the last row of Westminster Abbey if they are […]
Last June – on the day the UN gave a Ukrainian civilian casualty count of 9,931 so far in Russia’s war – I sat at the UN Human Rights Council as the Russian ambassador excoriated Israel over its latest defensive operations in Gaza. Such unjust condemnation of Israel is common fare at the Human Rights Council and we are all used to the Kremlin’s hypocrisy, but how could the Russian Federation use the council as an international platform for its anti-Western bile, despite being suspended in April
A New York grand jury's decision to indict former President Donald Trump has certainly made me like him better. But a few more indictments would help.
Ivanka Trump broke her silence on the indictment of her father, Donald Trump. The statement, at just 27 words, was shared on her Instagram story.
Frank Cerabino's column imagining how Trump will capitalize on his New York indictment to Mar-a-Lago Club members