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Actor Lucy Hale - who stars in new movie "A Nice Girl Like You" - thinks back to her "naive" audition for the Anastasia Steele roke in the "Fifty Shades..." franchise.
Nick Cannon apologizes to Jewish community for hurtful words; Megan Thee Stallion says she was shot, expects to recover; Rapper Kanye West files for Oklahoma presidential ballot.
It appeared at least 20,000 spectators were socially distanced throughout the grandstands at Wednesday night's NASCAR race in Bristol, Tennessee, making it the largest sporting event in the United States since winter.
Here's the latest for Thursday July 16th: Twitter responds to hack; 36,000 new COVID-19 cases in four hard-hit states; Thousands attend NASCAR race in Tennessee; Asheville, North Carolina City Council votes for reparations.
Asheville, North Carolina officials apologized for the city's historic role in slavery and discrimination and voted to provide reparations. Instead of payments, they called for investments in areas where Black residents face disparities.
Theater buffs missing live performances can request a Shakespearean recital given by members of the Vermont Shakespeare Festival, who offer sonnets and monologues for free after COVID-19 cut short their regular summer season.
A state-owned Chinese company is boasting that its employees received doses of an experimental COVID-19 vaccine before the government approved testing in people. SinoPharm's claim underscores the enormous stakes for China in the vaccine race.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden laid out his agenda for racial and economic justice during an online event with Black trade unionists, telling them "you'll never have a more union friendly president, if I get elected."
Highlights of this day in history: Test of the world's first nuclear weapon; President Richard Nixon's White House taping system revealed; John F. Kennedy, Jr., his wife and her sister die in a plane crash; Apollo 11 lifts off for Moon.
The NHL's oldest head coach, 65-year-old Rick Bowness of the Dallas Stars, talks about getting back behind the bench with the season resuming amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Houston’s public schools will delay the start of the school until Sept. 8, and continue online-only classes for at least the first six weeks of the school year because of COVID-19. This will keep students and staff home during that time.
Police say they arrested 87 demonstrators Tuesday who gathered at the home of Kentucky's Attorney General Daniel Cameron to demand justice for Breonna Taylor.
Los Angeles County officials discussed the latest data on the impact of a coronavirus surge Wednesday, as sharp increases were reported in the number of confirmed cases and in people hospitalized who suffer from the virus.
An Associated Press reporter describes police bodycam video of officers' fatal encounter with George Floyd. Police have allowed news organizations to view the video but haven't released it for broadcast.
Several New York City police officers were attacked and injured when pro-police and anti-police protesters clashed Wednesday, following a march in support of police across the Brooklyn Bridge. The pro-police group was led by local clergy.
Democratic nominee for U.S. Senate MJ Hegar's primary election win is a victory for national groups who think the centrist gives Democrats the best shot at an upset in America’s biggest red state.
President Donald Trump is rolling back a foundational Nixon-era environmental law that he says stifles infrastructure projects, but that is credited with ensuring decades of scrutiny of major projects and giving local communities a say.
If you decide to have an alcoholic drink, limiting yourself to one a day is best — whether you're a man or woman. That's the new advice experts are recommending for the updated U.S. Dietary Guidelines.
Here's the latest for Wednesday July 15th: Trump's lawyers to challenge subpoena for his taxes; Oklahoma's governor has tested positive for COVID-19; Florida breaks 300K mark for coronavirus; Sculpture of BLM protester replaces Colston statue in UK.