Nadler: 'Sharp cross-examination' is not badgering

Nadler: 'Sharp cross-examination' is not badgering

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler reminded his Republican colleagues during a testy impeachment hearing Monday that 'sharp cross examination of a witness is not badgering a witness."
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ShowBiz Minute: SAG Awards, Prince Harry, US Box Office

ShowBiz Minute: SAG Awards, Prince Harry, US Box Office

"Parasite" wins at SAG Awards, so do Pitt and Aniston; Prince Harry: "Powerful media" is why he's stepping away from royal family; "Bad Boys for Life" debuts so good with box office top spot in the U.S..
AP Top Stories January 20

AP Top Stories January 20

Here's the latest for Monday January 20th: Richmond, Virginia prepares for gun rights rally; Two police officers killed in Honolulu; Shooting outside Kansas City bar leaves 2 dead, more than a dozen hurt; Trump impeachment defense team previews st...
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Michelle Williams: 'I don't really know what to do next'

Michelle Williams: 'I don't really know what to do next'

Backstage at the SAG Awards, Michelle Williams - who won Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Limited Series for "Fosse/Verdon" - says the role will be "a hard act to follow" and admits she hasn't signed on to any pro...
Aniston on SAG win: 'I did not see that coming at all'

Aniston on SAG win: 'I did not see that coming at all'

Jennifer Aniston was overwhelmed backstage at the SAG Awards after winning Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series for "The Morning Show," and said she had a new found love of acting.
Pitt gets emotional after SAG win

Pitt gets emotional after SAG win

Brad Pitt says he was moved by his win at the SAG Awards and muses on why "Once Upon a Time... in Hollywood" has struck a chord with so many people. Pitt took home Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role for his work in the mo...
Hot, pale, dusky - pink was all the rage at the SAGs

Hot, pale, dusky - pink was all the rage at the SAGs

Stars including Cynthia Erivo, Elisabeth Moss and Sarah Hyland chose pink for the red carpet at the SAG Awards.
Lopez, Williams choose black for SAG Awards

Lopez, Williams choose black for SAG Awards

Jennifer Lopez, Michelle Williams, Glenn Close and more decided to go with the eternally elegant black dress at the SAG Awards.
Kansas City Police: 2 dead, 15 hurt in shooting

Kansas City Police: 2 dead, 15 hurt in shooting

Police in Kansas City, Missouri, say at least two people are dead and 15 people were reportedly injured in a shooting outside a bar.
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San Antonio Police: 2 shot dead in club, 5 hurt

San Antonio Police: 2 shot dead in club, 5 hurt

A manhunt was underway Sunday night after two people were killed and five others were injured during a shooting inside a San Antonio club, Texas authorities said.
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Resurrecting James Dean

Resurrecting James Dean

The men bringing James Dean back to life for a forthcoming film want to give his digital likeness a whole new career. Travis Cloyd, who is leading the revival of Dean for his appearance in “Finding Jack,” says his company is offering the late acto...
Homes burn after shooter kills 2 Honolulu officers

Homes burn after shooter kills 2 Honolulu officers

A man shot and killed two police officers Sunday as they responded to a home in a leafy Honolulu neighborhood near Waikiki Beach, authorities said. The house then caught fire with the suspect and two women inside.
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Highlights from the 26th Annual SAG Awards

Highlights from the 26th Annual SAG Awards

The cast of "Parasite," Joaquin Phoenix, Renee Zellweger, Brad Pitt, and others accept acting awards.
Stars donned classic black and white at SAG Awards

Stars donned classic black and white at SAG Awards

Lupita Nyong'o, Reese Witherspoon and Christina Applegate are a few of the celebs who wore black and white looks for the Screen Actors Guild Awards.
Today in History for January 20th

Today in History for January 20th

Highlights of Today in History: Iran releases American hostages; Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy innaugurated as President.
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Two police officers killed in Hawaii shooting Sunday

Two police officers killed in Hawaii shooting Sunday

Two police officers were killed in a shooting Sunday in the normally peaceful Honolulu, Hawaii's governor said in a statement.
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AP Top Stories January 19

AP Top Stories January 19

Here are the top stories for Sunday, January 19th: Police shot in Hawaii; Richmond prepares for gun rights rally; Plane crash victims return to Ukraine; SpaceX test goes off with a bang.
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SpaceX destroys rocket in astronaut escape test

SpaceX destroys rocket in astronaut escape test

SpaceX completed the last big test of its crew capsule before launching astronauts in as little as two months, mimicking an emergency escape shortly after liftoff Sunday.
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US airports screen passengers for China virus

US airports screen passengers for China virus

The Coronvirus outbreak in China has the CDC on alert. They have set-up screenings at three U.S. airports including San Francisco, JFK in New York and LAX.
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AP Top Stories January 18

AP Top Stories January 18

Here's the latest for Friday, January 18th: Prince Harry and his wife, Meghan, will no longer use royal titles; Thousands gathered for women's march rallies; Riot police and protesters collided in Lebanon's capital; First voyage for future space c...
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Large crowds rally in Los Angeles's Women's March

Large crowds rally in Los Angeles's Women's March

Thousands of people gathered in downtown Los Angeles Saturday and cities across the U.S. as part of the nationwide Women's March rallies.
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DC Protesters 'rise up' as part of Women's March

DC Protesters 'rise up' as part of Women's March

Demonstrators marched behind "Rise Up" banner in Washington, D.C. on Saturday as part of the Women's March rallies nationwide.
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Dramatic video, truck crashes offroad near trooper

Dramatic video, truck crashes offroad near trooper

Officials in the US state of Iowa are urging people to use caution and stay indoors if possible as blizzard conditions continued to wreak havoc in northern and central parts of the state on Saturday.
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Today in History for January 18th

Today in History for January 18th

Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted.
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Teachers exposed to jet fuel dump plan lawsuit

Teachers exposed to jet fuel dump plan lawsuit

Southern California teachers plan to file a lawsuit after a commercial airliner with engine trouble dumped jet fuel over a densely populated area, including several schools.
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