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As the Trump impeachment hearings go public, House Democrats are refining the case against the president to a simple allegation: Bribery. Meanwhile, Republicans are dismissing the testimony so far as hearsay, at best second-hand information.
Roles for older actors can fall into some predictable tropes, but Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen say their new film, “The Good Liar,” let them brush aside cliches and even their characters’ mortality for a good cat-and-mouse thriller.
The Los Angeles County Fire Department says now there are three confirmed injuries following a shooting at Saugus High School in the city of Santa Clarita.
At the CMA Awards, Sheryl Crow, Ryan Hurd and Ingrid Andress discuss whether they are up to date on the impeachment hearings for President Donald Trump.
On the red carpet at the CMA Awards, Ryan Hurd says his wife Maren Morris deserves all her nominations, while Michael Ray says it's special to watch Carly Pearce perform and live her dream.
Despite female push, Garth Brooks bests Underwood at CMAs; Rapper Kodak Black gets prison sentence in weapons case; Juanes honored as the Latin Grammys' Person of the Year.
Dolly Parton, Carrie Underwood and Reba McEntire hosted the annual Country Music Association Awards in Nashville Wednesday night, which saw Garth Brooks take home Entertainer of the Year.
Walmart plans Thursday to reopen the El Paso, Texas store where a gunman killed 22 people last August. Walmart has quietly hired off-duty officers at its stores in El Paso.
Jennifer Nettles talks about her gender equality message outfit at the CMAs, while Sheryl Crow says she'd like women to be celebrated for more than a night by the industry.
Here's the latest for Thursday November 14th: Democrats, Republicans disagree about impeachment hearings; Israel and Islamic Jihad announce cease-fire; Protests in Hong Kong; Kentucky to double-check Governor's election result.
Authorities in Florida say one person has died and six more were hospitalized after a fiery 8-car crash shut down part of Interstate 75 near Tampa on Wednesday night.
Democratic Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren says President Trump has shown he would break the law repeatedly, and impeachment proceedings should have begun months ago. Senator Warren also downplayed Mike Bloomberg's possible candidacy.
Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin says a statewide vote double-checking is unlikely to change election day results, which show him trailing Democrat Andy Beshear by more than 5,000 votes. However, he wouldn't say if he would concede.
Highlights of this day in history: Nazi Germany bombs English town of Coventry during World War II; 'Moby-Dick' published; Nellie Bly begins globe-trotting trek; Leonard Bernstein makes conducting debut; Composer Aaron Copland born.