- 2017-12-06 04:44:52Z
A seventh woman has come forward with a sexual misconduct accusation against Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.).
Taylor Swift, recognized as one of the Silence Breakers on TIME's Person of the Year cover, spoke out for the first time about her trial.
It has been two decades since Gwyneth Paltrow turned down Harvey Weinstein's offer for a massage, but the actress only recently learned that the disgraced film producer had been using her name in a lie to lure women into his bed.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) - The Latest on San Francisco pier shooting charges (all times local):
By Aidan Lewis TUNIS (Reuters) - The United Nations migration agency is stepping up the rate at which it flies migrants home from Libya, aiming to evacuate up to 15,000 in the final month of the year. The acceleration of returns is an attempt to ease severe overcrowding in detention centers, where numbers swelled after boat departures for Italy from the smuggling hub of Sabratha were largely blocked this year. It also followed a CNN report showing migrants being sold for slave labor in Libya, sparking an international outcry and calls for migrants to be given safe passage from the country.
WASHINGTON ― A week before Alabama's high-stakes Senate special election, Republican nominee Roy Moore is fueling a conspiracy theory that Democratic billionaire donor George Soros is trying to meddle in the election.
The US military plans to stay in Syria as long as necessary to ensure the Islamic State group does not return, a Pentagon official told AFP on Tuesday. "We are going to maintain our commitment on the ground as long as we need to, to support our partners and prevent the return of terrorist groups," Pentagon spokesman Eric Pahon said. The United States currently has approximately 2,000 troops on the ground in Syria, where they have been helping train and advise partner forces in the fight against IS.
President Trump endorsed Moore's Senate bid despite sexual assault allegations