"Younger" Season 7 has brought the Paramount+ and TV Land show to its end—and creator Darren Star has revealed the future of its potential spinoffs and sequels.
The 71-year-old was later arrested by Saskatoon police after he knocked over barricades while volunteers painted a Pride crosswalk.
Keri Barnett-Howell and Will Grosswendt plan to marry in August—and say their friends, family and even caterers and other workers will have to show proof of their coronavirus shots.
Here's the long story of how Lin-Manuel Miranda struggled to get his musical "In The Heights" into movie theaters.
Minnesota Law states that inmates are not able to legally give consent due to the power imbalance between officers and prisoners.
Titled "On the Road with Jayrod and Trina," the motoring channel offers a wholesome glimpse into the Kopf family life.
The South Carolina senator claimed no one was afraid of President Biden, but the "bad guys" feared Donald Trump.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga referred to Taiwan as a country in his remarks during a parliamentary session on Wednesday.
In the new clip, the star is seen taking revenge on a congressman after he posts a negative comment on one of her previous videos.
The boy sustained injuries to his foot and was taken to hospital for care. A bronze whaler shark was behind the incident.
A woman who bares striking resemblance to stand-up comedian Amy Schumer has gone viral thousands of times after she posed for a photograph at a truck stop.
The outfit choice was quickly compared to a jacket worn by Melania Trump during a visit to the U.S./Mexico border.
The 57-year-old was not seriously injured after being hit by the bullet, believed to have been fired at least a mile away.
CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin was reinstated on Thursday after he was put on leave for exposing himself during a Zoom call. The decision to bring Toobin back was slammed by Megyn Kelly, Lisa Boothe, Sean Spicer and more.
The California Democrat said the attorney general needs to make sure there is "accountability" for those involved.
Symone Sanders, senior advisor and chief spokesperson to Vice President Kamala Harris, said Harris would meet with Texas Democrats "who in May blocked passage of legislation that would have made it significantly harder for the people of Texas to vote."
The newly redesigned Mack Plant, part of the Stellantis Detroit Assembly Complex, is the first assembly plant built in Detroit in 30 years. Workers there are keeping quality in focus as they build the new generation of the Jeep Grand Cherokee.
The woman caught vandalizing the monument swore at observers and expressed anger that it had replaced a statue honoring a white man.
"It should come as no surprise that Americans are ready for a drastically different approach, one where drugs are no longer used as an excuse to hold us down," said Kassandra Frederique, executive director of the Drug Policy Alliance.
"It is not enough to say, we're all going to be friends—kumbaya," Scott Stringer told Yang during the debate. "We need a mayor with experience."
"Undermining the FDA drug approval process puts consumers at risk, especially when those drugs contain ingredients that can cause harm," an FDA lawyer said.
"President Biden's open-border policies have led to a humanitarian crisis at our southern border ... securing the border is the federal government's responsibility, Texas will not sit idly by as this crisis grows."
Nysia Armstead spent several days in a hospital for her wounds and has only just been released. "I got stabbed in my head, where I have 18 stitches right here," she said. "And I have like 40 stitches in my right arm."
If the U.S. truly believes that Israel has been acting justly within the realms of international law, as has been frequently repeated by President Joe Biden, then Secretary Blinken and the administration should have no qualms over supporting a transparent, independent international investigation.
One of the men indicted on federal charges allegedly messaged his co-defendants about desiring to "be on the front steps and be one of the first ones to breach the doors" of the Capitol.
In the '90s sitcom, the titular character's uncle would regularly throw the wisecracking Jazz out of his house after Jazz made rude or inappropriate comments.
Russian Prime Minister Mikhail Mishustin has ordered the termination of the near 30-year "Open Lands" memorandum of understanding that allowed for the mutual easing of travel restrictions for U.S. and Russian personnel in respective host countries.