Assistant director says armorer handed gun to Alec Baldwin before fatal shooting of cinematographer
Courtroom testimony from an assistant director in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer by Alec Baldwin is providing new details about a final safety check on a revolver and exactly who handed the gun to the actor.
Judge holds veteran journalist Catherine Herridge in civil contempt for refusing to divulge source
A federal judge has held veteran investigative reporter Catherine Herridge in civil contempt for refusing to divulge her source for a series of Fox News stories about a Chinese American scientist who was investigated by the FBI but never charged.
New designer Chemena Kamali reboots Chloe with a 1970s-tinged debut at Paris Fashion Week
Chloe has revisited its vibrant 1970s essence, infused with Karl Lagerfeld’s indelible influence, propelling the brand into a new era while honoring its pioneering ready-to-wear legacy under new designer Chemena Kamali.
Cyndi Lauper inks deal with firm behind ABBA Voyage for new immersive performance project
Legendary pop icon Cyndi Lauper, who rose to fame in the 1980s with hits such as “Time After Time” and “Girls Just Want To Have Fun,” has entered a partnership with the Swedish masterminds behind the immersive virtual concert ABBA Voyage.
Production manager testifies about gun oversight in fatal shooting by Alec Baldwin in 2021 rehearsal
Jurors in a trial over the fatal movie-set shooting of a cinematographer by Alec Baldwin have heard in courtroom testimony that a manager increased oversight of firearm safety but was only partially aware of misfires in the days leading up to it.
Prince Harry loses a court challenge over being stripped of a UK security detail. He plans to appeal
A London judge has ruled that Prince Harry was not improperly stripped of his publicly funded security detail during visits to Britain after he gave up his status as a working member of the royal family and moved to the U.S. Justice Peter Lane said Wednesday in the High Court that the decision to provide security to Harry on a case-by-case basis was not unlawful, irrational or unjustified.
Eagles' Don Henley quizzed at lyrics trial about time a naked 16-year-old girl overdosed at his home
Don Henley has testified that what he calls a “poor decision” led to authorities finding drugs and a naked 16-year-old girl suffering from an overdose at his Los Angeles home in 1980 and spurred the Eagles co-founder’s arrest.