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SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A North Korean missile launch Saturday is the latest development in an ongoing game of brinkmanship this year with President Donald Trump's new U.S. administration. A look at key moments this year: Jan. 1: North Korean leader Kim Jong Un says in a New...
Let's just say the phone isn't ringing off the hook for Big 12 players so far in the NFL draft. Only four players from the conference had been selected through the middle of the third round Friday night, and it appeared the conference was heading toward having the fewest draft...
NEW YORK (AP) — Bruce Springsteen and Tom Hanks paid tribute Friday night to the late director Jonathan Demme, the man who brought them together on his film "Philadelphia," which won each of them Oscars. "God bless Jonathan Demme, we just lost him," Hanks told the crowd...
NEW YORK (AP) — Bruce Springsteen and Tom Hanks have paid tribute to the late director Jonathan Demme during a panel at the Tribeca Film Festival. The rocker and the actor are linked to Demme through the director's film, "Philadelphia." Each won Oscars for their work on the 1993...
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump says he hasn't returned to his New York City home because "going back is very expensive for the country." Trump tells Fox News in an interview Friday that he feels "guilty" when he returns to Trump Tower because authorities close...
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — How 'bout them Cowboys! Boo! Former Cowboys Pro Bowl receiver Drew Pearson drew even louder boos than NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell when he walked to the podium to announce the team's second-round pick Friday night. The large crowd of mostly Eagles fans...
NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Thousands of music fans descended on the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on Friday to see some hometown favorites who've made their mark nationally. Pianist, vocalist and New Orleans native Harry Connick Jr. closed out the festival's largest venue...
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — In the early 1980s, Mary Hart became the face — and the famously insured legs — of a new breed of TV show, the entertainment news magazine. She quickly rose from correspondent to anchor on "Entertainment Tonight," powered by a dazzling smile,...
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — In the early 1980s, Mary Hart became the face — and the famously insured legs — of a new breed of TV show, the entertainment news magazine. She quickly rose from correspondent to anchor on "Entertainment Tonight," powered by a dazzling smile,...