(SEATTLE) -- Allan Apo's home in Marysville -- about 35 miles outside of Seattle -- doesn't have air conditioning, and the record-breaking heat wave in the Pacific Northwest "feels like living close to hell," he told ABC News. "A lot of people in this area... Read More.
Following the weekend medallion ceremony for the Kennedy Center Honors, Garth Brooks turned to Instagram to share his gratitude. Alongside photos of him and wife Trisha Yearwood dressed to the nines as Garth dons his rainbow medallion, he writes, "To loosely quote Maya Angelou 'I stand here as one... Read More.
(ORANGE, Calif.) — The mother of 6-year-old Aiden Leos is speaking out for the first time since her son was fatally shot in an apparent road rage incident Friday in Orange, California, and calling for justice as the killer remains on the loose. "They took... Read More.
Blanco Brown is "coming along" in his recovery following a life-threatening motorcycle accident last summer. Blanco made his first public appearance at the ACM Awards on Sunday night since the August accident in his home city of Atlanta that left him with a broken pelvis, arms, wrists... Read More.
By CHEYENNE HASLETT and STEPHANIE EBBS, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- CDC Director Dr. Rochelle Walensky, in an emotional plea Monday, said she feels a sense of "impeding doom" about another surge in COVID-19 cases as infections increased 10%."I'm going... Read More.
(NEW YORK) -- Teyonah Parris says she's well aware of the many Easter eggs within her hit Disney+ series WandaVision. "I definitely see [all] the theories because fans will tag me in it," Parris, who plays S.W.O.R.D. Captain Monica Rambeau, tells ABC Audio. "They're going to make sure... Read More.
By DANIELLE LONG, ABC News(LONDON) -- Ian McKellen is thankful and overjoyed that he was able to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.The 81-year-old actor was among the first eligible groups of people to receive the first dose of the... Read More.
Alice in Chains will be honored Tuesday night with the Founders Award, an annual accolade given out by the Museum of Pop Culture in the band's hometown of Seattle. The virtual ceremony, which premieres at 9 p.m. ET, will include performances... Read More.
Nirvana's Nevermind was a huge cultural force when it was dropped in 1991, but its producer, Butch Vig, isn't so sure that would happen again if the album was released nowadays. "I think it would be tough to repeat that zeitgeist moment," Vig... Read More.