Rod Stewart not getting strung out over new album

Rod Stewart not getting strung out over new album

Rod Stewart admits he was intially against putting strings on some of his iconic tracks, but thinks the resulting album - "You're in My Heart: Rod Stewart with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra" - is "beautiful."
Associated Press

More Videos by Associated Press

First On-Screen Kiss: Diego Luna

First On-Screen Kiss: Diego Luna

The first stage kiss for actor Diego Luna happened over and over again.
First On-Screen Kiss: Sienna Miller

First On-Screen Kiss: Sienna Miller

Sienna Miller's first on-screen kiss was with Bond, James Bond.
On This Day: 8 July 2011

On This Day: 8 July 2011

The final film in the massively successful "Harry Potter" franchise premiered in London's Trafalgar Square.
First On-Screen Kiss: Colman Domingo and Riley Keough

First On-Screen Kiss: Colman Domingo and Riley Keough

Actors Riley Keough and Colman Domingo think back to their first big on-screen kiss, with Domingo locking lips with a future Marvel superhero.
ShowBiz Minute: Depp, Daniels, Hanks

ShowBiz Minute: Depp, Daniels, Hanks

Johnny Depp arrives at Britain's High Court to attend a hearing of his claim against News Group Newspapers over a story alleging he was abusive to ex-wife Amber Heard; Stars pay tribute to country legend Charlie Daniels who has died aged 83; Tom H...
Hanks on US protests: 'It is a reckoning that's going on'

Hanks on US protests: 'It is a reckoning that's going on'

Actor Tom Hanks, who stars in new World War II naval drama "Greyhound," believes America is currently in the middle of a "reckoning" which "should have been around 15 years ago."
Hanks: 'If you can't wear a mask... I got no respect for you'

Hanks: 'If you can't wear a mask... I got no respect for you'

Tom Hanks has little patience for those who refuse to wear a mask in public. The Academy Award-winner and his actress-singer wife Rita Wilson tested positive for coronavirus in March.
America Disrupted: US on edge as election nears

America Disrupted: US on edge as election nears

America Disrupted: It is in places like Saginaw County, Michigan -- which narrowly flipped from voting for Barack Obama to voting for Donald Trump -- where clarity about a divided America’s future is likely to come.
2mins
Depp arrives at court for libel hearing

Depp arrives at court for libel hearing

Johnny Depp arrived at Britain's High Court on Tuesday to attend a hearing of his claim against The Sun’s publisher, News Group Newspapers over a story alleging he was abusive to his ex-wife Amber Heard.
AP Top Stories July 7

AP Top Stories July 7

Here's the latest for Tuesday July 7th: Georgia activates National Guard; Coronavirus closes California capitol; Protests in Indiana over alleged assault of Black man; TikTok to stop operating in Hong Kong.
1min
Today in History for July 7th

Today in History for July 7th

Highlights of this day in history: Terror bombings strike London's transit system; Oliver North testifies at Iran-Contra hearings; Sandra Day O'Connor nominated for U.S. Supreme Court; Author Robert Heinlein and musician Ringo Starr born.
2mins
Czech team makes ventilators from 'ordinary' parts

Czech team makes ventilators from 'ordinary' parts

A Czech business consultant put together a team of several dozen people that quickly developed a fully functional ventilator out of common machine parts.
1min
Crews fight Northern Calif. brush fire by highway

Crews fight Northern Calif. brush fire by highway

Firefighters were battling a brush fire on Monday in Northern California. The Contra Costa County Fire Protection District said on Twitter that the "grass fire" had burned about 60 acres.
1min
AP Top Stories July 6

AP Top Stories July 6

Here are the top stories for Monday, July 6th: Trump continues to use race as election strategy; NYC enters Phase 3 of reopening effortt; Supreme Court rules on "faithless electors," Charlie Daniels dead at age 83.
1min
Lawyer calls pipeline ruling 'unprecedented win'

Lawyer calls pipeline ruling 'unprecedented win'

A judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil. The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe's attorney calls the ruling an "unprecedented win."
2mins
White House tries to clarify Trump NASCAR tweet

White House tries to clarify Trump NASCAR tweet

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany defends President Donald Trump's tweet attack on NASCAR for banning the Confederate flag and his incorrect accusation of the sport's only Black driver, Bubba Wallace, for perpetrating “a hoax."
2mins
Florida gov. calms fears as COVID cases increase

Florida gov. calms fears as COVID cases increase

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis tried to calm fears about rising COVID cases saying 'there's no need to be fearful.' Florida recorded an all-time high of 11,400 cases Saturday.
1min
Travelers from 15 states face Chicago quarantine

Travelers from 15 states face Chicago quarantine

People traveling to Chicago from 15 states with increases in confirmed coronavirus cases are being told they must quarantine for two weeks upon arrival or face possible fines.
1min
Epstein associate transferred to NYC jail

Epstein associate transferred to NYC jail

Jeffrey Epstein's longtime confidante Ghislaine Maxwell has been transferred to New York City to face charges she recruited women and girls for him to sexually abuse.
1min
Residents react to police presence at shooting site

Residents react to police presence at shooting site

Atlanta residents are upset at heavy police presence where a 8-year-old girl was killed during a shooting over the weekend. The burned-out Wendy's has become a flashpoint of unrest since two recent shooting deaths.
1min
Fauci says state of virus in US is 'not good'

Fauci says state of virus in US is 'not good'

Dr. Anthony Fauci says the state of the coronavirus in the US right now is "not good." He said that cases have doubled in a week and a half as states and cities attempt to reopen their economies.
2mins
Supreme Court: States can bind electors' votes

Supreme Court: States can bind electors' votes

Less than four months before the 2020 presidential election, the Supreme Court ruled unanimously that states can require presidential electors to back their states' popular vote winner in the Electoral College.
2mins
Oil advocate: Shocked by ruling on Dakota pipeline

Oil advocate: Shocked by ruling on Dakota pipeline

A judge has ordered the Dakota Access pipeline shut down for additional environmental review more than three years after it began pumping oil. A North Dakota oil advocate says he is shocked by ruling and expects it to be appealed.
1min
Stores and shoppers look to a shopping new normal

Stores and shoppers look to a shopping new normal

As retailers and others try to stay viable during the COVID-19 pandemic, they’re hoping steps like cleaning during store hours, offering hand sanitizer and other safety measures will bring back customers to what has become shopping's new normal.
2mins