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Bryan Singer Faces Allegations of Sexual Assault with Minors

Bryan Singer Faces Allegations of Sexual Assault with Minors

NEWS | By Jake Coyle | Jan 23
Bryan Singer, the director of the Oscar-nominated "Bohemian Rhapsody," has been accused of sexually assaulting minors in an expose published by the Atlantic.

Oscar Snubs: And the Winner Isn't...

Oscar Snubs: And the Winner Isn't...

ENTERTAINMENT | By Robert Nesti | Jan 23
As always, there are those left out of the Oscar nominations. Here are some from this year.

Alec Baldwin Taking Anger Class in Parking Dispute Plea Deal

Alec Baldwin Taking Anger Class in Parking Dispute Plea Deal

NEWS | By Michael R. Sisak | Jan 23
Days after appearing as President Trump in a "Deal or No Deal" parody on "Saturday Night Live," Alec Baldwin took a deal of his own, agreeing to attend an anger management class to resolve a criminal case stemming from a skirmish over a parking spot.

PopUps: Former Rep. Aaron Schock Resurfaces on Instagram, Shares Pic with Sam Smith

PopUps: Former Rep. Aaron Schock Resurfaces on Instagram, Shares Pic with Sam Smith

ENTERTAINMENT | Jan 23
Former U.S. Rep. Aaron Schock has been out of the spotlight for some time now but recently resurfaced on Instagram, sharing videos of an Elton John concert and a photo with Sam Smith.

Former 'Conversion Therapy' Practitioner: It's Not for Me After All, but You All Go On and Try It

Former 'Conversion Therapy' Practitioner: It's Not for Me After All, but You All Go On and Try It

NEWS | By Kilian Melloy | Jan 23
Dave Matheson, one of the country's foremost practitioners of so-called "conversion therapy," has a message: It didn't work for him. But he stops short of admitting it just doesn't work, period.

Watch: YouTuber Logan Paul Apologizes for 'Going Gay' Comments

Watch: YouTuber Logan Paul Apologizes for 'Going Gay' Comments

ENTERTAINMENT | Jan 23
Controversial YouTuber Logan Paul is apologizing for comments he made on his podcast earlier this month in which he said he planned on "going gay" in the month of March for a New Year's resolution.

Falling Home Sales Not Helping Middle-Class Buyers

Falling Home Sales Not Helping Middle-Class Buyers

BUSINESS | By Josh Boak | Jan 23
When home sales weaken, prices typically do, too, and buyers benefit. Not quite this time.

Cardi B is Getting her 1st Las Vegas Residency

Cardi B is Getting her 1st Las Vegas Residency

ENTERTAINMENT | Jan 23
Cardi B will have her first Last Vegas residency this spring.

AP Sources: Trump, Others Agitated by Giuliani's Performance

AP Sources: Trump, Others Agitated by Giuliani's Performance

NEWS | By Jonathan Lemire and Eric Tucker | Jan 23
Rudy Giuliani's latest media blitz, full of a dizzying array of misstatements and hurried clarifications, agitated President Trump and some of his allies, who raised the possibility that Giuliani be at least temporarily sidelined from TV interviews.

Support for 'Medicare for All' Fluctuates with Details

Support for 'Medicare for All' Fluctuates with Details

"Medicare-for-all" makes a good first impression, but support plunges when people are asked if they'd pay higher taxes or put up with treatment delays to get it.


Entertainment

 Review :: The Kid Who Would Be King

Review :: The Kid Who Would Be King

MOVIES | By Greg Vellante | Jan 23
A complete 180 from his debut film, 2011's "Attack the Block," Joe Cornish's 8-years-later sophomore effort "The Kid Who Would Be King" is a pedestrian blockbuster that is fine family fare despite its lack of aesthetic pleasures.


Business

Political Shifts, Sales Slump Cast Shadow over Gun Industry

Political Shifts, Sales Slump Cast Shadow over Gun Industry

CORPORATE | By Lisa Marie Pane | Jan 23
When gunmakers and dealers gather this week in Las Vegas for the industry's largest annual conference, they will be grappling with slumping sales and a shift in politics that many didn't envision two years ago.


Technology

Disasters Influence Thinking on Climate Change

Disasters Influence Thinking on Climate Change

SCIENCE | By Ellen Knickmeyer, Hannah Fingerhut, and Emily Swanson | Jan 23
When it comes to their views on climate change, Americans are looking at natural disasters and their local weather, according to a new poll.


Finance

Patients Turn to GoFundMe When Money and Hope Run Out

Patients Turn to GoFundMe When Money and Hope Run Out

HEALTH | By Mark Zdechlik, Minnesota Public Radio | Jan 22
GoFundMe, the largest online, crowdsourced fundraising platform, says contributors have raised more than $5 billion, all told, from 50 million donations in the eight years it has been in business.


Cars

Google Self-Driving Spinoff Waymo to Put Factory in Michigan

Google Self-Driving Spinoff Waymo to Put Factory in Michigan

AUTO NEWS | By David Eggert and Tom Krisher | Jan 23
Google's self-driving car spinoff Waymo said Tuesday it will bring a factory to Michigan, creating up to 400 jobs at what it describes as the world's first plant "100 percent" dedicated to the mass production of autonomous vehicles.


Style

A Tired Lagerfeld Skips Paris Chanel Show

A Tired Lagerfeld Skips Paris Chanel Show

FASHION | Jan 23
Chanel's octogenarian designer Karl Lagerfeld, who has looked increasingly frail in recent seasons, did not come out to take a bow at the house's couture show in Paris, something the company attributed to him being tired.


Travel

Seeking the Mystery of Vortexes in Sedona, Arizona

Seeking the Mystery of Vortexes in Sedona, Arizona

By Joseph Gedeon | Jan 23
Many visitors to Sedona come looking for something in addition to its beauty. Native American legend recounts a spot where the earth's energy is supposedly concentrated and crackling. The vortex.