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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for the Golden Globes on Thursday morning. There were strong showings for FX, HBO and Amazon, and for films not even out yet.
Prolific crime writer Val McDermid's latest catches up with plainspoken cold-case detective Karen Pirie as she deals with personal troubles, machinations at work and a mystery going back decades.
There's no band just Gunn, his guitar and a meditation on lessons learned.
Pantone chose the "vibrant, yet mellow" shade for its ability to bridge the natural and digital worlds. The pick comes at a poignant time, given the existential threats the color's namesake now faces.
In some countries, doctors prescribe medical-grade heroin to patients with long-term addiction. Could it ever happen the U.S.
The U.S. and Europe just can't agree on car safety standards.
A Texas prosecutor says the suspect targeted sex workers in an effort to clean the streets of Laredo. If convicted, Juan David Ortiz could face execution.
Part of the Northern California town obliterated by the Camp Fire was reopened Wednesday, allowing people to return and see what is left of their community.
Despite protests from voters, Republican lawmakers in Wisconsin have voted to curb the authority of Gov.-elect Tony Evers, a Democrat who will take office in January. The list of changes is long.
Former President George W. Bush will deliver the main eulogy. Following the service, the body will be flown back to Texas and laid to rest on Thursday.
As mourners make their way to the National Cathedral, NPR White House correspondent Scott Horsley talks about the ceremony and reflects on notable moments in the former president's career.
David Greene talks to former Senate Majority Leader George Mitchell, a Democrat, about former President George H.W. Bush, a Republican.
Prosecutors for special counsel Robert Mueller say former Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn has provided substantial help to investigators and deserves leniency in sentencing.
Cuban writer Wendy Guerra has lived under surveillance in her home country, and she works that experience into her intense new novel about a young poet in Havana whose success causes trouble.
The Clan celebrates its 25th anniversary with an old-school cipher at the Tiny Desk.
More than 50 Massachusetts schools are participating in a new program that brings counselors in to help children deal with the stress and trauma of living in families struggling with drug addiction.
During a turbulent year rife with personal and political trauma, the most memorable songs pulled no punches in the pursuit of pop.
State investigators appear focused on whether a Republican political operative violated the law by hiring people to collect mail-in ballots from voters. The GOP candidate won with a 900-vote margin.
Maria Ressa, the head of Rappler, an online news outlet known to criticize the Philippine government, was charged with tax evasion. "I will do what I need to do to face all of this," she said.
Bill Gardner has been a staunch defender of New Hampshire's first in the nation presidential primary but his association with President Trump's now-dissolved voter fraud panel has put him in a precarious position.