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Michael Sheen has launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for recovery efforts from Storm Dennis in the UK. The storm brought a month's worth of rain in just 48 hours and South Wales received the brunt of the storm.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar faced questions about the COVID-19 virus during his testimony before Congress about appropriations for his department.
The president and CEO of one of the nation's largest marathons says a late University of Michigan doctor assaulted him during a medical examination in the 1970s.
Rev. Al Sharpton is reminding black voters in South Carolina that civil rights leaders faced the same political flak for being alleged socialists that Democratic 2020 candidate Bernie Sanders faces today and he urged them to ignore the label.
U.S. Rep. Jim Clyburn, the highest-ranking black member of Congress and the kingmaker of South Carolina's Democratic political orbit, has endorsed Joe Biden's presidential campaign.
Singer Duffy says rape, captivity, led to her public retreat; Disney CEO Bob Iger steps down in surprise announcement; The Duke of Sussex has asked that people refer to him simply as "Harry."
Here's the latest for Wednesday February 26th: Democrats aim at Sanders in South Carolina debate; Pompeo says Afghanistan truce is holding; More coronavirus cases in South Korea; Oil refinery fire in California.
Senator and Democratic presidential front-runner Bernie Sanders was the target of persistent attacks in Tuesday’s Democratic presidential debate, both from his more moderate rivals and Senator Elizabeth Warren.
Highlights of this day in history: The 1993 bombing of New York's World Trade Center; President Ronald Reagan rebuked over Iran-Contra; France's Napoleon Bonaparte escapes exile on Elba; Singers Fats Domino and Johnny Cash born.
Here's the latest for Tuesday, February 25th: Italy sees spike in coronavirus cases; US markets tank amid virus fears; Weinstein accusers hold news conference Los Angeles following NY verdict; Revelers gather for Fat Tuesday celebrations in New Or...
The party is on in New Orleans where thousands of people are in the streets, reaching for beads, shimmying to the music of marching bands, and celebrating the end of a Carnival season.
Senate GOP and Democratic leaders voiced opposite views Tuesday on whether the White House is prepared for a possible coronavirus outbreak in the United States.
Stocks slumped again on Wall Street Tuesday, piling on losses a day after the market's biggest drop in two years as fears spread that the growing virus outbreak will put the brakes on the global economy.
Health officials are delivering mixed messages about the likelihood of a serious coronavirus outbreak within the U.S. The CDC's Anne Schuchat says it's not a matter of "if" but "when," while HHS Secretary Alex Azar says the virus is contained.
A police officer's body camera shows a 6-year-old Florida girl crying and begging officers not to her arrest her at a charter school as zip ties are placed around her wrists.
Emergency goaltender David Ayres is adjusting to newfound fame after earning an unlikely road win for the Hurricanes after the team’s top two goalies were lost to injuries.
Sheriff's deputies and Washington state wildlife officials had a standoff with a rather grumpy sea lion that was found wandering a rural road. Crews were able to coax her into a crate to carry her back to water.
After facing the threat of losing its hospital for good, a small Georgia community has managed to build a new one. Some residents are concerned about the lack of an emergency room, but Jerry Connell is relieved Adel has a hospital at all.
Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar warned members of Congress there will be more coronavirus cases in the U.S. and there is currently a shortage of ventilators and masks. He pushed Congress for $2.5 billion to help fight an outbreak.
Nearly a dozen accusers of convicted movie mogul Harvey Weinstein in Los Angeles expressed gratitude and hope over Monday's verdict in New York City, in which Weinstein was found guilty of sexual assault and rape.