Jan. 19, 2020
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You can take Joaquin Phoenix, Renée Zellweger, Brad Pitt and Laura Dern to the bank for Oscars. But “Parasite” has renewed momentum with two standing ovations at the SAG Awards.
Robert De Niro, presented with a SAG lifetime achievement award, speaks up for candidates who support unions and speaks out against ‘abuse of power.’
China reported Monday a sharp rise in the number of people infected with a new coronavirus, including the first cases in the capital. The outbreak coincides with the country’s busiest travel period, as millions board trains and planes for the Lunar New Year holidays.
Rick Singer’s pitch was simple: For a fee he could help get children of affluent parents spots on athletic teams, even if they didn’t play the sport.
A SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasted off and propelled its crew capsule out of harm’s way in a test of an emergency astronaut escape.
As most Californians pay higher gas taxes for road repairs, many electric-car owners, including several state lawmakers, get a free pass on added costs.
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes passed for 294 yards with three touchdowns and rushed for another 53 yards and a score to beat the Titans and advance to Super Bowl LIV.
Prince Harry felt “great sadness” but found “no other option” than to cut almost all of his and wife Meghan’s royal ties in hopes of a more peaceful life.
A Mexican couple has worked the same goat-meat stand for 20 years, using a family recipe that hasn’t changed in half a century.
Kyle Kuzma was once thought of as an offense first guard, but he’s proven to his Lakers teammates he can be just as effective on the defensive end of the floor.
The Las Vegas Raiders certainly has a ring to it and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell noted the possibility of Las Vegas hosting the Super Bowl.
Follow along and ask questions as Arash Markazi interviews celebrities and players, hits up parties and checks out the best food ahead of Super Bowl LIV.
A man shot and killed two police officers as they responded to a domestic incident in Honolulu. Moments after the shooting, the house was set on fire, possibly by the suspect.
The 2020 census in the U.S. will begin this week in a tiny community in Alaska, where mistrust and dislike of the federal government are widespread.
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