A volcanic eruption began in Fagradalsfjall, near the Icelandic capital Reykjavik, halting flights flying to and from the area on Friday.
Stone said he was doing "informal research," though a search of his computer revealed no research papers or data gathered by Stone.
Five White House staffers were fired for past marijuana usage and "additional factors at play," press secretary Jen Psaki announced on Friday.
Warner Bros' musical film "In the Heights" has had its release date moved to June 11, and a book tracking the development of the musical is due to be published within two weeks of the film's release.
Gregory A. Bush pleaded guilty on Thursday to racially charged shootings at a Jeffersontown, Kentucky grocery store from October 2018.
On Thursday, a woman named Effie held a virtual press conference accusing actor Armie Hammer of violent rape and assault in April of 2017.
On Wednesday, a federal grand jury in Texas returned an indictment charge on Michael Angelo Padron for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and to defraud the United States.
Facebook has removed a fake post from spa shooting suspect Robert Aaron Long after being circulated on Twitter late Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning.
Meghan Markle is rumored to run for president in 2024, and former President Donald Trump responded in an interview with Fox News Tuesday night.
Kansas GOP Senate Majority Leader Gene Suellentrop was briefly jailed on Tuesday facing charges for fleeing arrest, speeding, and DUI.