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Earlier in September, DeVos, a controversial advocate of school choice appointed by President Donald Trump, had called for an overhaul of the guidelines implemented under former President Barack Obama. "This interim guidance will help schools as they work to combat sexual misconduct and will treat all students fairly," DeVos said in a statement on Friday.
What does an NBA champion and Finals MVP have in common with Taylor Swift?
Anthony Scaramucci, who spent 10 days as communications director in the White House, accused Steve Bannon of having white nationalist "tendencies" in an interview Friday on "The View."
By Susanne Neumayer-Remter and Michelle Martin POTSDAM, Germany (Reuters) - The far-right Alternative for Germany (AfD), set to enter parliament for the first time at weekend elections, said on Friday it would revive debate there after four years of "grand coalition" rule by the two major
The actress gave critics of the divisive film the middle finger onstage as director Darren Aronofsky, who is also her boyfriend, laughed alongside her.
Gwen Stefani recruited Blake Shelton for her new song "You Make It Feel Like Christmas," the first single from her upcoming holiday LP.
By William James and Isla Binnie FLORENCE, Italy (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May called on Friday for Britain to stay in the European Union's single market during a roughly two-year transition out of the EU while offering concessions on a divorce deal as she appealed for a revival of Brexit
Uber is sharing new details and images about its plan to bring on-demand flying cars to the Dallas market as part of the company's project to transform urban air transportation
U.S. stocks were little changed on Friday as fresh concerns over tensions between North Korea and the United States weighed on the mood of investors. North Korea said it might test a hydrogen bomb over the Pacific Ocean in response to U.S. President Donald Trump's threat to destroy the reclusive
At first blush, iFixit's tech autopsy on the iPhone 8 didn't reveal anything particularly notable, besides some different screws and a way to remove the glass backing.
Blockbuster adaptation of Stephen King's novel about a child-eating clown has pushed past "The Exorcist."
Tidal will host a benefit concert in October to aid natural disaster relief efforts.
Concerns about possible violence are surfacing again in the Bay Area as the University of California, Berkeley, gears up for "Free Speech Week." The four-day event, hosted by a conservative student group, features controversial personalities from the so-called "alt right" - a coalition of groups that espouse white nationalism, anti-Semitism, and populism. The occasion follows counterprotests in Berkeley and other cities such as Portland that have given critics fodder to accuse leftist activists of stirring up violence in otherwise peaceful public gatherings. At the heart of the allegations is antifa, whose appearance at neo-Nazi and white nationalist rallies has led to heated, and...
T-Mobile is up 1.45% to $64.32 in early trading on Friday, and Sprint is trading 4.86% higher at $8.42. On Friday, Reuters reported that T-Mobile is closer to agreeing to the terms of the deal, a step the report calls a "major breakthrough." A possible deal is expected by the end of October, as the two companies would go through a period of due diligence before finalizing the deal. The two companies rose earlier this week on news of the possible merger. T-Mobile's owner, Deutsche Telekom, would own a majority stake in the new company and the merger would be a stock-for-stock deal, according to a CNBC report.
Verizon Communications Inc. VZ has sought permission from U.S. telecom regulator, The Federal Communications Commission (FCC), to retire copper networks in eight northeast markets. The U.S. telecom behemoth wants to migrate its customer base in these
The woman who pointed a gun at the cashier at the Kardashian's Dash store in West Hollywood, Calif., has been arrested.
Kids may say the darndest things, but parents tweet about them in the funniest ways.
She used it to make banana bread.
President Donald Trump called North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un a "madman" who would be "tested like never before" on Friday morning, hours after the rogue nation threatened to test a hydrogen bomb in the Pacific.
This bride loves her groom so much, she made temporary tattoos of his face and gave them to everyone at their wedding.
A Russian submarine fired cruise missiles at jihadi targets in Syria's Idlib province on Friday, the Russian Defence Ministry said, saying it had targeted Islamist militants who had tried to trap a group of Russian military policemen earlier in the week. The strike, launched from the Mediterranean
In a huge blow to Uber in the UK London's transport regulator has rejected its application to renew its license to operate in the city.
JPMorgan Chief Executive Jamie Dimon has laid into bitcoin and digital currencies once again, warning that governments will shut them down.
The war of words continues to escalate between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, who on Thursday referred to the head of state as a "mentally deranged U.S. dotard." This most recent barb followed Trump's remarks at his debut address to the U.N. General Assembly in New York, where he warned that the U.S. would "totally destroy North Korea" if forced to defend itself or its allies. It is rare to hear such language from an American leader, but not so from Pyongyang. State-run Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) has been the vessel for many an insult over the years, directed toward world leaders, close relatives and Hollywood stars.
Halloween arrived early in one part of Tennessee and sparked a panicked 911 call to police.
President Trump continues to push tax reform as the GOP's top policy this fall, but it may not be in line with what most Americans want.
Spanish police on Friday detained a man they said had a close relationship with a number of those involved in last month's attacks in Barcelona when militant Islamists used a van to hit pedestrians and carried out a follow-up attack, killing 16. The Moroccan man, 24, is a resident in Spain and had
A woman armed with a handgun pointed it at employees at a boutique owned by reality TV stars the Kardashians in the Los Angeles area on Thursday and later came back brandishing a machete, according to police and media. "We want to know who she is, we want to get her off the streets," Juanita Navarro of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said by telephone. The woman entered the boutique in West Hollywood, just outside Los Angeles, shortly before noon shouting "Stay away from Cuba" as she pointed a handgun at an employee, the Sheriff's Department said in a statement.
North Korea struck back at U.S. President Donald Trump's threats to destroy it, with Kim Jong Un warning of the "highest level of hard-line countermeasure in history" and his foreign minister suggesting ...
Gordon Hayward is now a member of the Boston Celtics, and we are all excited to see how the No. 1 team in the Eastern Conference last season checks out with a newly revamped roster. Of course, Boston has been the subject of much media attention after signing Hayward and trading Isaiah Thomas and Jae Crowder to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Kyrie Irving. Meanwhile, Hayward has written a new blog post on his personal website about the summer, taking on such subjects as the move to Massachusetts, video games, and what to expect this season.
Provisions shoehorned into the Republican health care bill dangle extra money for Alaska and Wisconsin, home states of one GOP senator whose vote party leaders desperately need and another who co-sponsored ...
Jerry Lewis Left All Six Children from His First Marriage Out of His Will
Carmelo Anthony trade talks between the Knicks and Rockets appear to be going nowhere. Yet, Anthony's camp is reportedly cautiously optimistic he'll get dealt by Monday. This might explain why. Jason McIntyre of Fox Sports: Carmelo Anthony
Last season, the former MVP made $21.3 million in the final year of a five-year rookie contract extension, and while injuries had slowed his game he was playing better. LeBron James wants to see his man Rose get paid again, Dave McMenamin of ESPN said on The Jump. Maybe Rose looks great at the mini-camp LeBron is hosting for the Cavs in Santa Barbara, I hope he is, but preseason everybody is "killing it" or "has lost/gained 15 pounds and is in the best shape of his life" or "has worked hard and now has an impressive jump shot." Rose probably does look great in Cavaliers camp against Jose Calderon, let's see how he looks once he has to go up against real NBA players.
Brigham Young University has ended a 60-year ban on the sale of caffeinated soft drinks at its flagship campus in Provo, Utah, the Mormon Church-owned school said on Thursday. Students or visitors will no longer need to bring their own sodas onto the 33,000-student campus, Dean Wright, the school's director of dining services, said on the university's website. "This decision was not based on financial considerations," Wright said.
Ultimately, while American attempts to shoot-down a North Korean missile are unlikely to trigger an accidental nuclear war, it might not be good idea stress the Russian early warning system. The best option-time permitting-would be to forewarn Moscow of any attempt to shoot down a North Korean missile. If the United States decides to attempt to shoot down future North Korean intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) tests using the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense (GMD) system, it is likely that Russia's early warning system will not mistake the interceptors for a potential nuclear attack.
According to a report, the Mets are expecting manager Terry Collins to retire at the end of the 2017 season.
Von Miller says he's baffled by Cowboys wide receiver Noah Brown's low hit on him Sunday. The Broncos linebacker pushed through Brown's block on the game's second snap and Brown got up and dived at Miller's knees as Denver's star chased down Ezekiel Elliott on a hand-off from
Beijing might be compelled to act militarily if Pyongyang was attacked or collapsed on its own. Over the past few months, tensions between the United States and North Korea have increased, with Kim Jung-un testing a possible hydrogen bomb on September 3 and the United Nations Security Council voting to implement further sanctions shortly after. Writers have discussed American policy towards China, the possibility of a deal with North Korea, and the need to avoid backing Kim into a corner.
Count 'Dunkirk,' 'Darkest Hour,' 'Shape of Water,' and 'Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri' among this year's early Oscar favorites.
By Christine Kim SEOUL (Reuters) - Soon after North Korea tested its sixth and largest nuclear bomb earlier this month, You Jae-youn, a 32-year-old South Korean office worker, swiftly put the news behind her to focus on more immediate worries. Personally, I worry more about how much it's going
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un Friday mocked Donald Trump as "mentally deranged" - and warned he will make the US president "pay dearly" for threatening the destruction of his country at the United Nations. Kim lashed out after Trump stunned the world on Tuesday when he used his maiden UN General Assembly speech to warn the North that Washington would "totally destroy" it if the US or its allies were attacked. The bellicose speech came after months of escalating tensions over advances in the rogue weapons programme operated by Pyongyang, which has defied tough sanctions to launch its sixth and largest nuclear test and to fire a series of missiles over Japan....
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un made a rare, explosive address on Thursday, two days after U.S. President Donald Trump threatened to "totally destroy" the isolated nation if provoked.
MEXICO CITY (AP) - The Latest on the major earthquake that struck Mexico (all times local):
PROVO, Utah (AP) - Mormon church-owned Brigham Young University ended a six-decade ban Thursday on the sale of caffeinated soft drinks on campus, surprising students by posting a picture of a can of Coca-Cola on Twitter and just two words: "It's happening."
Protesters gathered outside a federal court in Boston on Thursday where U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions came to address law enforcement about what he called the need to tackle transnational gang violence and to secure the Mexican border. Sessions reemphasized what he said was a need to target cross-border criminal organizations, specifically the gang MS-13, which the Justice Department says has more than 30,000 members worldwide and 10,000 members in the United States. Tying the effort to fight the gang and Republican President Donald Trump's administration's efforts to crackdown on illegal immigration, Sessions said the Justice Department was directing more prosecutorial resources...
By Reese Counts After months of teasers and leaked images, Volvo finally pulled back the curtain on its latest crossover, the all-new XC40.
In the wake of violence in Charlottesville
Back in 2013, I was in Mexico City for a work trip when the light fixtures started swaying in a ground-floor hotel restaurant. In the United States, we're taught to find a sturdy table to crouch under, or a doorframe to stand in when the earth starts to tremble. So, I did just that, throwing my hands up against one of the hulking doorways of the 1920s building.
U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore has approached his work over the decades as he once approached mastering kickboxing and building a house with own hands: with laser focus and a fervent belief that he has God on his side.