Entertainment

Scott Baio's co-star denies actor sexually assaulted her after Nicole Eggert said he did

Scott Baio's “Charles in Charge” co-star came to his defense Thursday when Nicole Eggert claimed Baio forced Josie Davis to pull her pants down when she was just 13.

World

Talks to form new Czech coalition government to renew

The leftist Social Democrats say they have agreed to return to talks to form a new Czech government with populist billionaire Andrej Babis and his political group.

World

Ex-rebel leader in Colombia relocates amid talk of arrest

The former chief peace negotiator for Colombia's FARC rebel movement has decided to relocate to a rural camp for ex-guerrillas amid speculation he could soon be arrested as part of a U.S. drug investigation.

World

Board votes to double tuition at Puerto Rico university

A majority of federal control board members have voted to more than double tuition at Puerto Rico's largest public university.

Entertainment

'Sammi Sweetheart' Giancola avoided 'Jersey Shore: Family Vacation' fearing ex Ronnie would want to get back together

“Sammi Sweetheart” Giancola was afraid to go back to “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation” because she feared her ex-boyfriend Ronnie Ortiz-Magro would try to get back with her.

World

Furniture designers explore what it is to be sustainable

Designers are confronting what it means to be sustainable at the Milan Furniture Show.

Entertainment

'Westworld's' Evan Rachel Wood on equal pay struggle: 'I was going to take what I could get'

“Westworld” star Evan Rachel Wood may play the misunderstood female robot in the hit HBO drama, but the star is finally getting treated like one of the boys.

Entertainment

The New York Times' lead 2016 Clinton campaign reporter admits crying after Trump's victory

New York Times reporter Amy Chozick, who was the lead New York Times reporter covering Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign, admits in her new memoir that she cried following Clinton’s 2016 Election Day loss.

Life & Style

New York City banning cars from Central Park

New York City is permanently banning cars from its iconic Central Park, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Friday.

Politics

Democratic Party files federal lawsuit alleging conspiracy by Trump campaign, Russia, WikiLeaks to disrupt 2016 presidential election

The Democratic Party filed a federal lawsuit alleging a conspiracy by the Trump campaign, Russia and WikiLeaks to disrupt the 2016 presidential election.

Technology

In time for Earth Day, Apple unveils 'Daisy,' its second iPhone-disassembling robot

Ahead of Earth Day on Sunday, Apple has unveiled 'Daisy,' its second iPhone-disassembling robot.

World

Al-Qaida claims deadly attack on French, UN forces in Mali

Al-Qaida extremists have claimed responsibility for an attack in northern Mali that killed a U.N. peacekeeper and wounded seven French soldiers.

United States

Grand jury considers woman's stabbing of husband with sword

A grand jury in Alabama will hear the case of a woman accused of fatally stabbing her husband with a sword.

Travel

Greyhound bus bound for New York City accidentally drives 114 miles in wrong direction

Passengers aboard a Greyhound bus bound for New York City from Cleveland were left fuming Thursday after mechanical problems and a surprise detour kept the bus in Ohio.

United States

Suspended fraternity: Offensive video was 'satirical sketch'

A fraternity suspended at Syracuse University over an offensive video says the activities were intended as a "satirical sketch."

United States

National Teacher of the Year works with refugee students

Undeterred by immigration politics, the 2018 National Teacher of the Year leads a Washington state classroom for refugees that runs on the same promise that's bestowed upon children and fuels newcomers to the American dream.

World

AP Analysis: Gaza flare-up driven by deep misery in strip

The flareup of deadly violence in Gaza is of a new kind, even in the inventive annals of Mideast conflicts: Israeli soldiers shooting at Palestinian demonstrators burning tires and hurling firebombs across what looks like an international border, inflicti

Science

Zoo kangaroos weren't active—so visitors threw bricks at them

One kangaroo is dead and another is injured after visitors at a Chinese zoo hurled rocks and other objects at them in two separate incidents.

Life & Style

National Parks offering free admission this Saturday

Lace up your sneakers and leave your cash at home.

Entertainment

Maren Morris on why she ignores genre limitations

Fox News caught up with country star Maren Morris and talked about her catchy new tune "Rich." The singer opened up about disregarding genre limits, tying the knot last month with singer/songwriter Ryan Hurd and her next album.

World

German production of Hitler satire to have some patrons wear swastikas for free admission

A German theater premiering a satirical play about Adolf Hitler’s youth on Friday will proceed with its plans to give theatergoers free admittance if they wear a swastika armband, while those who pay for admittance will be asked to wear a Jewish Star of

United States

Florida high school shooting leaves one student injured; suspect in custody

A suspect was in custody following a shooting at a Florida high school Friday that injured one student, police said.

United States

Investigators focused on family of 4 in unsolved killings

A prosecutor says the investigation of the unsolved killings of eight Ohio family members nearly two years ago remains focused on a family of four that left the state for Alaska.

Technology

Apple stuck with Samsung for iPhone OLED supply, report says

Although the iPhone is an Apple product, inside you'll find components from an array of different manufacturers.

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