(WASHINGTON) -- Ahead of President Joe Biden’s first foreign trip to the United Kingdom in June, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken is in London this week for the first face-to-face-meetings of G-7 foreign ministers in two years. While the international entourages are limited and... Read More.
Dwayne Johnson has just hired his younger self for a role in his in-production superhero film Black Adam. Specifically, Uli Latukefu, who Johnson hand-picked to play himself in his college years in the NBC show Young Rock, will now join his real-life alter ego in Black Adam,... Read More.
Actress and singer Serayah stars as Keisha in Lifetime's new film, Envy: A Seven Deadly Sins Story. With a smile on her face and envy in her heart, Keisha is determined to destroy her half-sister's happy life. Serayah tells ABC Audio she was mainly attracted to... Read More.
(LONDON) -- Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, has flown from California to the United Kingdom after the death of his grandfather, Prince Philip. Harry's arrival in England marks the first time he has returned home in more than a year, since he and his... Read More.
Tank stars as Trey Taylor, the tempting best man of Keri Hilson's fiancé in Lifetime's new film, Lust: A Seven Deadly Sins Story. Tank tells ABC Audio he enjoyed portraying Trey, who romantically triggers Hilson's character, Tiffany, like no man has before. "It's like an alter-ego in a sense. It's the guy that I never... Read More.
Bridgerton heartthrob Regé-Jean Page has broken his silence in regards to a bombshell report claiming he was rejected from a potential DC television role because of his race. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the British-Zimbabwean actor had auditioned for the role of Superman's grandfather for... Read More.
By Louis Milman, ABC News (CORVALLIS, Ore.) -- Oregon State University president F. King Alexander has submitted his resignation, effective April 1 if accepted, over his role in a sexual misconduct scandal at Louisiana State University.Alexander had been placed on... Read More.
By JOOHEE CHO, ABC News (SEOUL, South Korea) -- The U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken urged China to use its influence and “unique relationship” with North Korea to push the communist state to give up its nuclear program.“Beijing has an... Read More.