Ex-Florida DT Caleb Brantley charged with misdemeanor battery
A former Florida football player and potential NFL draft prospect is facing a misdemeanor charge after an alleged physical altercation with a woman, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Kansas City Chiefs release Jaye Howard
The Kansas City Chiefs are trying to clear Jaye Howard off their books. Kansas City released the defensive lineman on Saturday, but still owe him $2.5 million guaranteed.
Falcons' Taylor Gabriel signs second-round tender
Taylor Gabriel is officially under contract for the 2017 season. Fresh off a breakout 2016 season, the unrestricted free agent signed his second-round tender worth roughly $2.8 million with the Falcons.
Glen Coffee attempting comeback after Army service
Glen Coffee is returning to football. The retired running back and former Army specialist was reinstated by the league and subsequently waived by San Francisco on Friday.
T.J. Ward: '17 reminds me of Broncos' Super Bowl year
Denver's first postseason absence since B.T.T. (Before Tim Tebow) has at least one Broncos defender hungrier than ever to get back to January football.
Jones: Jaylon Smith expected to be ready for OTAs
In December, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said Jaylon Smith will be a "key part" of Dallas' D in 2017. Smith missed the 2016 season while recovering from a knee injury but is expected to return in May.
Raiders want Marshawn Lynch's decision before draft
The Raiders have been flirting with Marshawn Lynch over the past few weeks, but Raiders GN Reggie McKenzie hinted if they don't know Lynch's intentions before the draft, they could look elsewhere.
Texans' Rick Smith doesn't feel pressure to draft QB
Texans general manager Rick Smith told reporters Friday he's comfortable with the idea of Tom Savage as Houston's starting quarterback and he doesn't feel pressure to draft a QB next week.
Minus Romo, Texans missed out on NFL Kickoff game
NFL Senior Director of Broadcasting Mike North ljoined Good Morning Footballl to discuss the 2017 schedule. Did Tony Romo's retirement cost the Texans a chance at the NFL Kickoff Game?
Mike Wallace plans on 'cursing more people out'
Thanks to the retirement of wide receiver Steve Smith, the Ravens now have a shortage of quick-witted, trash-talking wide receivers. Mike Wallace understands the void, and plans to fill it.
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‘Feud: Better and Joan’ Season Finale Recap: We Could Have Been Friends
Ladies and gentlemen, we have arrived at the eighth and final episode of this season of 'Feud.'
‘The Leftovers’ Recap 3×02: Enter Cousin Larry
When this episode kicks off with the Perfect Strangers theme song, it’s not entirely a non sequitur.
‘Doctor Who’ Recap 10×02: Frowny Face
"Smile" introduces vardies, squat little humanoid machines that that speak entirely in emojis.
Entertaining AF: Keep it Clean with Zach Galifianakis, Tig Notaro & Jeff Ross
Welcome to Entertaining AF, a celebrity column from Hollywood reporter Emily Bicks. This week, Zack Galifianakis at the Keep It Clean benefit.
‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Recap 9×05: A Huge Shocker
We open the episode with a little bit of heat between Trinity and Eureka.
It’s No Surprise Hieronymus Bosch is Gorillaz Favorite Artist
It's not hard to see why a band like Gorillaz might choose to hang the Dutch Renaissance artist's most famous painting above their kitchen.
Behind the Screens: 10 Films to Watch For at Tribeca Film Festival This Year
Parsing through the lineup can be overwhelming for even the most devoted cinephile. Here's a list of 10 Behind the Screens-approved films.
George RR Martin Is Out of Fucks to Give
It's not a 'Winds of Winter' update, but it's definitely...something.
Which Is Worse: Marvel’s Comic Book Nazis or McDonalds’ Dystopian Work Slaves?
Marvel wants comic-book retailers in Hydra shirts and McDonalds workers will now look like they've been entered into the Hunger Games. Why?
This Is All You Need to Hear to Understand Prince Was a Genius
On the one-year anniversary of his death, we're reminded of the one thing you need to hear to truly "get" just what made Prince so special.
'Feud' Showrunner Explains the Finale's Hopeful Ending
Tim Minear talks with THR about 'Bette and Joan's' ultimate goodbye and what was left on the cutting-room floor.read more
'Veep' Boss: Selina's Sex Scandal a Commentary on "Rampant Misogyny"
"Selina is a giant misogynist," showrunner David Mandel tells THR. "When you hear it out of her mouth, it reminds you how shocking this behavior is."read more
'Silicon Valley' Creator Mike Judge on Season 4's "Big Move," Trump and Writers' Strike Potential
"The tech world is very outrageous and we take full advantageous of that," says the HBO comedy's showrunner of the new season.read more
'Get Me Roger Stone': Film Review | Tribeca 2017
Dylan Bank, Daniel DiMauro, and Morgen Pehme offer a doc portrait of a political operative who loves his bad reputation in 'Get Me Roger Stone.'read more
'I Am Heath Ledger': TV Review | Tribeca 2017
The late actor's self-shot videos play a large part in Derik Murray and Adrian Buitenhuis' documentary portrait, 'I Am Heath Ledger.'read more
Weekend Box Office: 'The Promise,' 'Unforgettable' Crash; 'Fate of the Furious' Hits $980M
'Unforgettable' marks a career worst for Katherine Heigl in opening to $4.8M, while Christian Bale-starrer 'The Promise' debuts to a paltry $4.1 million after costing $100 million to make. read more
Tribeca: Hillary Clinton Praises Science March, Kathryn Bigelow's VR Doc
The National Geographic short follows rangers who hunt down elephant poachers.read more
Erin Moran, Joanie on 'Happy Days,' Dies at 56
The actress was best known for her role as Ron Howard's little sister on the 1970s sitcom.read more
SAG-AFTRA Blasts Accusatory Letter as Hollywood Labor Turmoil Accelerates
With a potential WGA strike looming, SAG-AFTRA is suddenly drawn towards a whirlpool by an election-season letter on the eve of the actors union's own studio negotiations.read more
'Avatar' Sequels Get Official Release Dates, Beginning in December 2020
The news was announced on the original movie's official Facebook page, along with a picture of director James Cameron and crew.read more
This Terminal Dashboard Reminds You to Take a Break When You're Lost Deep Inside the Command Line
If you use the terminal a lot to code, then you know it’s easy to get lost deep inside those blinking commands. Tiny-Care-Terminal is a small little dashboard that reminds you to stop and take care of yourself every once in a while.Read more...
How to See If Your Instagram Posts Have Been Shadowbanned
Instagram has reportedly been “shadowbanning” certain posts, making them invisible on tagged pages. While it might not be a huge deal to casual Instagram users, it could be concerning if you rely on Instagram to market your business. This tool will tell you if you’ve been shadowbanned. Read more...
Sunday's Best Deals: Keds, Ebooks, Razer Gaming Gear, and More
A super-popular shower head, Amazon’s Sunday ebook sale, and a ton of Razer gaming peripheral combos lead off Sunday’s best deals. Read more...
Delta's Amazing Shower Head Is the Best Home Upgrade You Can Make For $16
The shower head that came preinstalled in your home or apartment is probably terrible, but if you don’t have the cash to upgrade it to a Delta In2ition, the Delta 75152 is a fantastic option at $16.Read more...
Collate Is a Privacy-Focused Evernote-Style Notes App
Windows/Mac/Linux: When it comes to notes apps, you have a seemingly endless trail of options, but it’s rare to find one that’s cross-platform, supports the Evernote-style of rich notes, and works without needing an account somewhere. Collate is just that.Read more...
Upgrade Your Measuring Cups to Pyrex For $13
We love Pyrex around these parts, and their 3-pack of measuring cups is down to $13 today. In addition to looking great, the cups are microwave and (semi) dishwasher safe, and since they’re made of glass, they won’t absorb any odors, flavors, or stains. Plus, they just feel heavy and professional, a...
How to Tell If You Smell, Getting Started With 1Password, and the Virtues of a $500 Ice Machine
How can you tell if you stink? This week we learned a few ways to evaluate your own body odor so that you don’t funk up the place. We also got started with 1Password, dove deep into those notorious Cheerios seed packets, and more. Here’s a look back at this week’s most popular posts.Read more...
Seven Linguist-Backed Tips for Making Powerful Protest Signs
Today is the March for Science, and people all over the country are hitting the streets to protest all anti-science agendas and policies. If you plan on showing your support, there’s still time to make some memorable signs with these simple wordplay tips.Read more...
Why You Can't Always Trust Google's Top Featured Answers
When you type a question into Google Search, you’ll often get a complete answer right at the top of the page. These featured answers can be a great time-saver, but they can also be dead wrong.Read more...
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Saving Gotham From Disaster
Koch was a business-oriented mayor not because he liked “the richies,” but because he needed their taxes to pay for services for the poor. Julia Vitullo-Martin reviews “Fear City: New York’s Fiscal Crisis and the Rise of Austerity Politics” by Kim Phillips-Fein.
France's Choice: Le Divorce?
French voters will begin to pick a new president this weekend, and their decision may well determine whether the European Union lives or dies.
Happy Birthday to GIF, a Tech Term That's Aged Well
Thirty years ago, the GIF was born. Ben Zimmer on how this technology term has aged remarkably well—even though how to pronounce it is still debated.
The Bacteria That Can Help Find Land Mines
Israeli scientists say that a harmless, genetically engineered version of E. coli can detect invisible vapors that explosives emit over time.
The Resurgent Threat of al Qaeda
Since the death of its founder Osama bin Laden, al Qaeda has transformed itself from a close-knit terrorist outfit with a handful of struggling affiliates into a vast network of insurgent groups spread from Southeast Asia to northwest Africa.
Samsung's Big Marketing Challenge
How do you convince consumers that your latest product isn’t going to go up in flames? Chief marketing officer Marc Mathieu talks about his strategy.
The Pleasures and Perils of the Garden
In history, the garden has been seen as both a place of simple delights and of awful temptations, writes Amanda Foreman.
High-Stakes Science Games for Fun
From epidemiology to evolution, science can provide ideal themes for complex board games.
The Brain Science of Conformity
Why are we so quick to follow along when people around us embrace a falsehood? Because of the anxiety, unease and disgust caused by standing apart.
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After an accident derails a high-school wrestler, Led Zeppelin points him to a culinary career.
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Jalapeno-flavored Lay's, Miss Vickie's chips recalled over salmonella fears
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Dallas firm preyed on vulnerable homebuyers by selling them blighted houses in Ohio, suit says
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20-year-old found near I-35 in Denton likely killed in hit-and-run, police say
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Our most productive hours aren’t always from 9 to 5, or even when we’re at the office. That’s why our time in transit has become an important part of our workday. But what happens when you’re traveling through places without Wi-Fi or cell reception? Those interruptions can slow down your workflow, b...
Keep work moving forward with updated Dropbox and Paper mobile apps
These days, work doesn’t just happen at your desk. From brainstorming over video chat to reviewing reports on the train, teamwork can take many forms. That’s why your tools need to be as flexible as the way you work. Today, we’re announcing new updates to our iOS and Android mobile apps that help yo...
The new dropbox.com—files and team activity, all in one place
When you’re working with others, finding the right file is just the beginning. What about all the other work that happens around those files? Sometimes that context and those sharing relationships are just as important as the file itself. That’s why we’re excited to roll out our new redesigned websi...
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Typing in a blank doc shouldn’t feel like it requires an advanced degree. Dropping in simple things like images and tables should be, well, simple. That’s why, with Dropbox Paper, we did away with all the overstuffed toolbars and hidden right-click menus. In their place, there’s the plus (+) button....
What we learned about creative collaboration from artists at SXSW
Last week, we had the pleasure of talking with an inspiring group of musicians, designers, podcasters, and comedians at the 2017 South by Southwest Conference and Festivals in Austin, Texas. Our goal was to find out how some of the most brilliant minds in the world collaborate on their creative work...
Krist Novoselic of Nirvana tells us what inspired an iconic sound
How does it feel to collaborate with your heroes? How do musicians work together to make songs that create a new genre and define a generation? At this year’s South by Southwest Conference and Festivals, we sat down with Nirvana’s Krist Novoselic at the Dropbox Studio to find out how groups with div...
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Protecting company data can be an intimidating task. With hackers constantly inventing new schemes, and every colleague a potential target, it’s no wonder that cybersecurity hiring has ramped up over the last several years. The reality, however, is that most successful attacks aren’t technically sop...
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Organic collaboration is one of the things that inspires me the most. However, most of my collaborations occur online. They run through long threads of emails, texts, bulk file sharing—and the occasional selfie. I’ve been making music for about 10 years now, and over the last couple of years, I’ve t...
We’re going to SXSW to find out how top creatives collaborate
Ever wonder why working as a team takes you farther than flying solo? At this year’s South by Southwest Conference & Festivals, we’ll be asking influencers how they work as bands, podcasters, comedy teams, and more. We want to learn how they get into the creative zone, take inspiration from othe...
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When Is It Safe to Drive with Type 1 Diabetes?
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Brain May Be Organized by Functions, Not Body Parts
Findings could challenge long-held scientific beliefsSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Limb Loss
Do Diet Sodas Pose Health Risks?
Study suggests -- but does not prove -- a possible link to stroke, dementiaSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Carbohydrates, Dementia, Stroke
College Now the Place to Try Pot: Study
Undergrads experimenting in record numbers, same spike not seen among those who skip university lifeSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: College Health, Marijuana
U.S. Health Officials Make Headway Against Salmonella
Tougher poultry regulations may explain 18 percent decline in food poisonings from this common bacteriaSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Foodborne Illness, Salmonella Infections
Don't Give Kids Medicines with Codeine, Tramadol: FDA
Agency strengthens warning labels on these medications to address dangersSource: HealthDayRelated MedlinePlus Pages: Breastfeeding, Medicines and Children, Pain Relievers
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Le Pen faces Macron in final round of French presidential election
France's far-right leader Marine Le Pen will face a relative novice, independent centrist Emmanuel Macron, in the final round of the country's presidential election.
Jalapeno-flavored chips recalled over Salmonella fear
Frito-Lay is recalling two jalapeño-flavored potato chip products over fears of Salmonella contamination.
Does the Dubai Frame depict an ugly picture?
The United Arab Emirates is an architectural playground.
Win or lose, Marine Le Pen is a nightmare for the EU
It's becoming increasingly clear that whether far-right French presidential candidate Marine Le Pen wins power or not, the success of her campaign and the flames it has fanned will ensure that any celebrations in the European Union are short-lived, Pieter Cleppe says.
Macron and Le Pen: How two outsiders defeated France's political elite
A political novice who has never before stood for elected office is facing off against a far-right nationalist from the fringes of French politics -- it's safe to say France's presidential election is one for the history books.
A hero in American Airlines incident
The latest incident on American Airlines highlights the important role cell phone cameras play in holding airlines accountable for their treatment of passengers, writes Danny Cevallos.
NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson sets space duration record, will get a call from Trump
President Donald Trump, his daughter, Ivanka, and NASA astronaut Kate Rubins will call NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson from the Oval Office on Monday to congratulate Whitson on her record-breaking stay on the International Space Station.
Farewell Kate O'Beirne of CNN's 'Capital Gang'
The political world lost a legend this weekend. Kate O'Beirne, longtime Washington editor of National Review and longtime panelist on CNN's "Capital Gang" passed away Sunday of cancer.
Will Trump follow his heart or his head on French election?
Sunday's French election result sets up a battle between the heart and the head of the Trump White House.
Victim's family on Arkansas execution: 'Ready for it to be done'
Darla Jones said she can't imagine what it would be like to watch the man who killed her mother be executed by injection on Monday.
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Late night hosts skewer O'Reilly's departure
Late night hosts say farewell to former Fox News mainstay Bill O'Reilly. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on the scathing sendoffs.
Erin Moran, 'Happy Days' actress, dead at 56
Popular actress Erin Moran, a mainstay on TV from the late '60s to the mid-'80s and best known for her kid-sister role in the sitcom "Happy Days," has died. She was 56.
Latest 'Game of Thrones' photo shows Cersei sitting pretty on the Iron Throne
"Game of Thrones" fans have something to while away the hours as they wait for the seventh season of the popular TV series to resume in July.
Prince mourned one year after his death
Linda Haynes-Williams will be in both physical and emotional pain on Friday, as she marks the one-year anniversary of the death of Prince.
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'The White Princess' explores history from a 'uniquely feminine' perspective
"The White Princess" showrunner Emma Frost doesn't mind if people describe her new Starz show as a feminist alternative to "Game of Thrones."
Splendid cast can't breathe life into 'Henrietta Lacks'
The Oprah Winfrey seal of approval remains one of pop culture's most powerful brands and marketing tools. Yet even that can't breathe life -- immortal or otherwise -- into "The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks," an earnest HBO adaptation of the bestselling book that's ultimately fenced in by its for...
Cuba Gooding Sr. found dead in car
Cuba Gooding Sr., soul singer and father to Oscar winner Cuba Gooding Jr., was found dead in a car Thursday in the Woodland Hills area of Los Angeles.
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On the Charts: Kendrick Lamar Sets 2017's Best-Selling Week With 'Damn!'
Kendrick Lamar's new LP 'Damn!' set the bar for all 2017 releases as the rapper's latest LP easily achieved the best-selling week of the year so far.
See John Mayer, Ryan Adams Perform 'Come Pick Me Up' in Los Angeles
John Mayer brought out Ryan Adams during his L.A. concert Friday as the singer-songwriters performed Adams' "Come Pick Me Up" together at the Forum.
Hear Frank Ocean's Mellow New Song 'Lens'
Frank Ocean aired an unannounced episode of 'Blonded Radio' late Saturday night on Beats 1, where the singer debuted another new song titled "Lens."
See Bruce Springsteen's Surprise Appearance at All-Star Asbury Park Gig
Bruce Springsteen was a surprise guest at a jam session at the Asbury Park Music & Film Festival Friday, where he covered Little Richard's "Lucille."
Ted Nugent, David Crosby Spar Over White House Visit
David Crosby and Ted Nugent have engaged in a war of words following the ultra-conservative rocker's White House visit.
See Tinashe Burn Down the House in 'Flame' Video
Tinashe has released her sizzling new video for "Flame," the Eighties-inspired first single off the singer's upcoming 'Joyride' LP.
Neil Young Preps New High-Quality Streaming Service Xstream
Neil Young is preparing to launch a new high-definition streaming service called Xstream, a continuation of his search for top-quality digital sound.
Review: Brad Paisley's 'Love and War' Is a Defiant Classic Rock Rewind
With help from rock royalty, country kingpin targets U.S. veteran policy, selfie sticks on 11th LP. Our take.
Fansplaining: How Harry Styles Defies His Own Mythology
Harry Styles, former One Direction member, defies his own fan mythology, remaining a candid pop star with a mysterious public persona.
Afrobeat Legend Tony Allen Honors Jazz Great With 'Tribute to Art Blakey' EP
Afrobeat legend Tony Allen honors another extraordinary drummer, jazz giant Art Blakey, on "Moanin'," a cut off Allen's EP 'A Tribute to Art Blakey.'
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 review: sophomore slump
When the original Guardians of the Galaxy hit theaters three years ago, I was skeptical. A director as idiosyncratic as James Gunn seemed a strange fit for Marvel at the time, and taking a largely Earth-tethered superhero universe all the way into outer space seemed like a risky proposition. I remem...
Uber tried to fool Apple and got caught
Apple CEO Tim Cook threatened to have Uber’s iPhone app removed from the App Store in 2015, when it learned that the ride-sharing company had secretly found a way to identify individual iPhones, even once the app was deleted from the phone, according to The New York Times. The article is a wide-rang...
Nintendo’s NES Classic will be available at Best Buy stores Monday morning
The NES Classic is officially discontinued, and Nintendo has said that the final shipments of the mini-console are reaching stores this month. But April is nearing its end, and thus so are your chances of getting the Classic — even if there’s no good reason for this thing to be going away in the fir...
The Persona 5 soundtrack makes everyday life feel cool
Earlier this week, I left work a bit early, caught a bus, and headed to the grocery store to grab some diapers and milk. It was typical, mundane evening, something I’d experienced many times before. But it didn’t feel that mundane — my normal life seemed a lot more stylish while listening to the Per...
This retro Mac-shaped iPhone stand looks nice, but is kind of pointless
A few months back, Elago released its W3 Apple Watch stand, which took advantage of the wearable’s Nightstand mode to serve as a clever bedside stand to charge your watch while simultaneously making it look like the world’s most adorable original Macintosh. Now, the company is hoping to strike Light...
Watching ACCA is like sharing a delicious dinner with close friends
Modern political dramas tend to be stressful. Consider how even the most bureaucratic scenes in House of Cards or Game of Thrones are emotionally taut — simply because their writers have establish that any character can be bludgeoned to death at a moment's notice. The model builds tension around the...
Here’s what we’re reading on today’s World Book Day
Today is World Book Day, an annual observance designated by UNESCO to celebrate all things reading, from books themselves, to authors, illustrators, and bookstores. To mark the occasion, we wanted to see what the larger group of Verge staffers have on their night stands, in their bags, on their Kind...
China may lead the electric car revolution
The car industry is in a delirious moment of change. Industry experts say more changes will happened in the next five years than have happened in the last fifty. As self-driving technology and ride-hailing companies circle, change is not only part of the pursuit of profit, but a matter of survival...
Winter Tide subverts Lovecraft’s legacy with sympathetic monsters and terrible humans
In recent years, the reputation of horror author H.P. Lovecraft has come under fire. On one hand, he’s responsible for an entire branch of cosmic horror that remains extraordinarily influential with writers and filmmakers today. On the other hand, he was emphatically, vocally racist and anti-Semitic...
Here are our favorite signs from New York’s March for Science
Scientists aren’t usually known for taking to the streets, but that’s just what they did in New York yesterday as part of the March for Science. It was one of more than 600 rallies yesterday for scientists and their supporters. Though the organizers repeatedly stressed they didn’t view the march as...
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Afghan defence chiefs resign over deadly Taliban attack
The insurgent attack on an army base in Mazar-e Sharif left scores of soldiers dead.
French election: Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen to fight for presidency
Centrist Emmanuel Macron will take on the far-right's Marine Le Pen in France's run-off election.
Bomb left outside Ardoyne school was designed to kill officers, say police
Police say bomb left outside gates of Belfast primary school could have killed or seriously injured.
Woman attacked by shark in British territory St Helena
Her husband reportedly punched the animal to scare it away and she is now being treated in hospital.
North Korean university names detained US citizen
Kim Sang-duk, also known as Tony Kim, was teaching at a Pyongyang institution before his arrest.
Boy aged 12 drives himself 1,300km across Australia
He was trying to drive from New South Wales to Perth across the outback but was stopped by police.
Venezuela's President Maduro calls for talks with opposition
Nicolas Maduro seeks dialogue with the opposition ahead of the latest in a series of protest rallies.
A night at a French Front National election party
Marine Le Pen's supporters in Marseille watch the results come in with great anticipation.
UK election: 'No apology' for Labour union ties
Jeremy Corbyn will address Scottish trade unionists - as will the SNP leader, Nicola Sturgeon.
DR Congo's Kasai conflict: Voodoo rebels take on Kabila
Mass graves, child soldiers and police decapitations are all features of a little known Congolese conflict, as the BBC's Catherine Byaruhanga reports.
The Wall Street Journal - Politics And Policy
Across Mideast, Mattis Delivers Trump's Message of Reassurance
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has been on a whistle-stop tour through the Middle East stressing that the Trump administration wants to realign with those nations with whom the U.S. has shared interests.
Saudi King Appoints Son Envoy to Washington
The naming of Prince Khaled bin Salman as the new Saudi ambassador to the U.S. seen as part of an effort by Riyadh to cement improving ties with the new administration.
North Korea Arrests U.S. Citizen
North Korea has arrested a U.S. citizen in Pyongyang, according to people familiar with the matter, adding another potential flashpoint with the U.S. at a time of increasingly heated rhetoric.
Trump's Push for Funding for Border Wall Muddies Budget Talks
Less than a week before the government could run out of money, President Trump wants any spending deal to include some funding for a border wall, despite little appetite among congressional Republicans for risking a partial shutdown over the issue.
States Seek to Shore Up Insurance Markets
Amid uncertainty in Washington about the future of the Affordable Care Act, states are moving to bolster their own insurance markets, hoping to fend off big rate increases and pullbacks by insurers.
Disapproval of Trump Grows in Latest Poll
New poll finds more than half of Americans disapprove of President Donald Trump’s job performance, with six in 10 approving of the Syria bombing and opinion on his handling of the economy about evenly split.
World Bank, IMF Are on Guard With the Trump Administration
Leaders of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund may have this past weekend won the qualified backing of the Trump administration, but their work is hardly done.
In Faded Steel Town, Reviews Are Mixed for Start of Trump Era
The people of Monessen, Pa., are watching whether President Donald Trump keeps his promise to reinvigorate the steel sector. Some are willing to give him more time, but others want more action.
Critic of Mental Health Services Tapped as Assistant HHS Secretary
A former official in the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, who castigated the agency after her departure for failing to focus on people with serious psychiatric illnesses, has been nominated for the Trump administration’s top mental health post.
Trump to Insist on Border Wall Funding as Budget Deadline Looms
A partisan clash over President Donald Trump’s border wall is heightening chances of a government shutdown next weekend as members of the Trump administration and congressional Democrats drew sharp lines in the sand.
Los Angeles Times - Arts & Entertainment
Monday's TV highlights: 'Bates Motel' on A&E
SERIES CNN Town Hall: Governor John Kasich Anderson Cooper moderates a town hall with former presidential candidate Gov. John Kasich (R-Ohio). 7 and 11 p.m. CNN The Voice Shania Twain advises the singers in this new episode. 8 p.m. NBC Supergirl Kara (Melissa Benoist) attends an event for a big...
Today in Entertainment: Erin Moran's 'Happy Days' family reacts to her death; Bill O'Reilly's podcast will return
Fun outshines a scorching sun at Coachella music fest's second weekend
Despite a brutal heat wave that drove many into air-conditioned dance tents and a few others to medical tents with heat exhaustion, the second weekend of the annual Coachella Music and Arts Festival concluded with hundreds of thousands of revelers none the worse for wear. Give or take. Coachella...
Annie Baker's 'Antipodes' opens a door to the coveted writers room
Annie Baker’s new play, “The Antipodes,” which is having its world premiere off-Broadway at the Pershing Square Signature Center, gathers professional storytellers around a generic conference table to brainstorm until they either hit narrative gold or their boss “pulls the plug on them.” These...
L.A. Opera's 'Tosca': No gimmicks, just some powerhouse singing
There are many, many interesting anecdotes circulating about Puccini’s “Tosca” — which figures since “Tosca” is among the most performed operas in the business. James Conlon told a few of them Saturday night in his pre-performance talk before Los Angeles Opera revived its 2013 production, and he...
A humbled John Mayer sands the rough edges at Forum show, losing the rapscallion he wants to be
There was no mistaking that John Mayer had returned to pop music. The singer and guitarist, who spent much of the last few years pursuing rootsier, lower-key concerns, took the stage Friday night at the Forum leading his slick seven-piece band through “Belief,” from 2006’s double-platinum “Continuum...
Coachella rundown: Lady Gaga introduces her parents, DJ Snake gets stupid and other Saturday snapshots
News flash: Lady Gaga didn't descend from the cosmos as a fully formed entertainer. She was, like everyone else at Coachella on Saturday night, born on Earth to humans who no doubt doted on their little daughter as Gaga's tribe, known as Little Monsters, do now. "Most people don't come with their......
Tribeca 2017: What if you went to a film festival and a sports radio show broke out?
The setting was a flagship venue at the Tribeca Film Festival. But the voices were pure sports radio. "Hi, it's Mark from Bellmore," said a man at the very back of the theater to the people on the stage as he stood up after the documentary screening. "I've been calling you two guys for years....
'Fate of the Furious' tops box office as 'The Promise,' 'Unforgettable' bomb
A week after its record-setting global debut, Universal’s “The Fate of the Furious” is still ruling the box office to the chagrin of a host of newcomers. “Fate” brought in an estimated $38.7 million in the U.S. and Canada, falling below analyst expectations of $45 million to $50 million. Its total.....
Indie Focus: Opening up to Summer Sneaks, 'Free Fire' and 'A Quiet Passion'
Hello! I’m Mark Olsen, and welcome to another edition of your regular field guide to a world of Only Good Movies. The L.A. Times’ Summer Movie Sneaks published Sunday, and it is reliably full of information on movies big and small coming out over the next few months. Josh Rottenberg wrote about...
Cheesy Bruschetta Chicken Cutlets
This is a fast-as-it-gets weeknight dinner, perfect for those midweek nights when you’re ready to cave and order a pizza instead of cooking. Put the phone down, open the pantry, and you’ll have these cheesy bruschetta-topped chicken cutlets ready in about fifteen minutes! Continue reading "Cheesy...
Salmon Avocado Poke Bowl
The first time I ever ate raw fish was when I was about ten or eleven years old. I was at a Japanese buffet, and my mother told me to eat only the expensive foods so we would get our money’s worth, which meant seafood and sashimi. Of course, I didn’t particularly enjoy raw fish, but being the dutifu...
Ham and Egg Bakes
Drop an egg into a skillet with butter and you get, well, a fried egg. But slip that same egg into a buttered ramekin and let it cook gently in the oven, and you get something entirely different: a soft, spoonable custard that’s so much fun to eat. Add some ham, a spoonful of tomatoes, and a side of...
There’s no fool like a rhubarb fool, and now is the time for it. The arrival of rhubarb in the market always cheers me. Spring is here! This British dessert goes way back — we’re talking about a few hundred years — and it was originally made with custard and pureed fruits, most notably gooseberries....
Creamy Asparagus Soup
When spring arrives and asparagus are in season, they are hard to resist, right? Those green soldiers salute us as we enter the produce section of the market, challenging us to make good use of them while we can! Here is a fresh and easy asparagus soup that makes delicious use of our seasonal aspara...
Hot Cross Buns
Have you ever made hot cross buns? They’re an Easter tradition, a soft, slightly sweet, spiced yeast roll speckled with currants and often candied citron. They’re marked with a cross on top (hence the name), signifying a crucifix, and are typically served on Good Friday, the Friday before Easter Sun...
Whenever I’m in the mood to give oven-roasted asparagus a little pizzazz – for Easter brunch or Mother’s Day, for instance — I wrap thin slices of prosciutto around the asparagus spears. This is such an easy way to make the roasted asparagus look fancy! I also love how the salty flavors of the prosc...
Easy-Peel Hard Boiled Eggs in the Pressure Cooker
Like many of you, I abandoned the dream of finding one surefire method for making consistently perfect hard boiled eggs some time ago. After trying a few too many “foolproof” tricks with spotty results, I relegated easy-peel eggs to the same category as unicorns and cheap airfare: nice to fantasize ...
How To Make French Crêpes
For a dish that seems so fancy, crepes are surprisingly easy to make at home. After all, they are just thin pancakes – but oh, what pancakes! The ancient origins of crepes are found in Brittany on the coast of France, where their popularity spread to make them one of today’s most beloved national di...
Asparagus Quiche with Fontina Cheese
There’s a bakery near my house in Boston that makes a quiche with the most wonderful smooth and creamy filling. Every time I ask the owner for her recipe, she shrugs and says something about having made it this way forever. She has no intention of telling me more. But I figured it out! If you want a...