Nearly fifteen months after he was supposed to launch his Proud to Be Right Here Tour, Luke Bryan is finally back onstage. While he admits unexpectedly being off the road during the warm months of 2020 ended up being "amazing," since he "got to travel and do... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) — In the wake of Iran's presidential election, where ally of the country's supreme leader, the conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi, emerged as the new president-elect, national security adviser Jake Sullivan said Sunday that the United States is staying the course on negotiations to... Read More.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen sat down for a rare interview to discuss their fashion brand, The Row, which turns 15 this year. The former actresses also touched upon their decision to retire from the public eye and how they found fulfillment in the fashion industry. "We were raised to be discreet people," Mary-Kate... Read More.
(NEW YORK) — An obituary published in the Wisconsin State Journal described Hernan as a lifelong Wisconsin resident who was a hairstylist and owned her own salon. “If you knew Lynn, her other passions, without a doubt, were the sun, water, entertaining and cooking, but... Read More.
(BOSTON) -- In the birthplace of the American Revolution, women of color are making new history. For the first time in 199 years, a Black woman is leading Boston, and all the candidates in this summer's campaign for mayor are people of color, including four... Read More.
(MANCHESTER, N.H.) -- Former Vice President Mike Pence hit another presidential early voting state Thursday evening, fueling 2024 campaign speculation by headlining the Hillsborough County Republican Committee's annual Lincoln-Reagan Dinner in Manchester, New Hampshire. If he is going to run for president, Thursday night's speech... Read More.
As someone who’s been in the country music spotlight for three decades, Trisha Yearwood has had plenty of experience navigating getting older in the public eye. Still, the singer admits that it can be difficult to brush off the comments and critiques that people... Read More.
By BRENDAN RAND and HALEY YAMADA, ABC News (NEW YORK) -- May Kravitz, of New York City, thought she was recovering from COVID-19 after experiencing only mild symptoms of the infection for a few weeks in late February. It wasn’t long, however, before... Read More.