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November 19
In this image take from video, Elizabeth Holmes leaves the United States Federal Courthouse, Friday, Nov. 19, 2021, in San Jose, Calif.

Elizabeth Holmes takes the stand in her criminal fraud trial

Fallen Silicon Valley star Elizabeth Holmes, accused of bamboozling investors and patients about her startup Theranos and its medical device that she said would reshape health care, took the witness stand late Friday in her trial for criminal fraud.
World
November 19
Kim Kardashian West

12 to stand trial for Kardashian West jewel heist in Paris

Twelve people will stand trial in Paris over a $10 million jewelry heist targeting Kim Kardashian West in 2016, authorities said Friday.
Sports
November 19

Former NFL player Zac Stacy charged with attacking ex

Former NFL running back Zac Stacy has been arrested after the mother of his child showed detectives video of him attacking her at her central Florida home, authorities said.
Sports
November 19

Eppler, joining Mets, embraces return to `intimidating' NYC

Billy Eppler embraced the bright lights of the big city, promising on his first day as Mets general manager to pursue pricey free agents and create a perennial World Series contender.
Business
November 19
Hannah Waddingham, Jason Sudeikis and Juno Temple arrive at the premiere of the second season of “Ted Lasso” on Thursday, July 15, 2021, at the Pa

Ted Lasso's Sudeikis helps raise funds for prosthetic limbs

With an Emmy win and a hit Apple TV+ series under his belt, Jason Sudeikis is having one big year.
World
November 19

EXPLAINER: What drives high-profile disappearances in China

The disappearance of tennis star Peng Shuai in China following her accusation of sexual assault against a former top Communist Party official has shined a spotlight on similar cases involving political dissidents, entertainers, business leaders and others who have run afoul of the authorities.
World
November 19
Photographer Mick Rock, whose iconic portraits of rock stars saw him dubbed “the man who shot the 70s,” has died. He was 72.

Mick Rock, photographer of 1970s music icons, dies at 72

Photographer Mick Rock, whose iconic portraits of rock stars including David Bowie, Lou Reed and Debbie Harry saw him dubbed "the man who shot the 70s," has died. He was 72.
Nation
November 18
Carole Baskin, founder of Big Cat Rescue, walked the property near Tampa, Fla., in 2017.

Detective: 'Tiger King' star won't talk about missing spouse

A detective in Florida investigating the disappearance of Carole Baskin's second husband said Thursday that the "Tiger King" star had three times refused requests for interviews, and that the probe was ongoing.
Sports
November 18
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton

Hamilton: F1 'duty bound' to raise awareness of human rights

Formula One is "duty bound" to raise awareness of human rights issues as the series closes its season in the Middle East, seven-time world champion Lewis Hamilton said Thursday.
Nation
November 18

EXPLAINER: How Julius Jones' execution was stopped

Julius Jones' execution was halted Thursday, less than four hours before he was scheduled to receive a lethal injection following outcry over doubts about evidence at his murder trial nearly 20 years ago.
Variety
November 18
In this photo released by Warner Bros., talk show host Ellen DeGeneres, right, appears with Meghan, The Duchess of Sussex, during a taping of “The E

Duchess of Sussex gets goofy on Ellen DeGeneres' talk show

It was the Meghan hour Thursday on the talk show of her friend, Ellen DeGeneres, as the Duchess of Sussex helped welcome a special guest, hit the studio lot to prank vendors and said she'll be cooking Thanksgiving dinner herself.
World
November 18

Britain's Prince Charles in Cairo, first visit since 2006

Britain's Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, arrived in Cairo on Thursday for the first time in 15 years, hoping to promote tolerance and cement bilateral ties. The visit is part of the royal couple's first tour since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
World
November 18

Zahedi, playboy Iran ambassador to US under shah, dies at 93

Ardeshir Zahedi, Iran's flamboyant ambassador to the United States during the rule of the shah who charmed both Hollywood stars and politicians with his lavish parties until the 1979 Islamic Revolution, died on Thursday, Iranian state media reported. He was 93.
Sports
November 18
Kim Kardashian West.

Kardashian West helps fly Afghan women soccer players to UK

Members of Afghanistan's women's youth development soccer team arrived in Britain early Thursday after being flown from Pakistan with the help of a New York rabbi, a U.K. soccer club and Kim Kardashian West.
Nation
November 17
Alec Baldwin, shown in October at the premiere of “The First Wave” at the Hamptons International Film Festival.

Lawsuit: Baldwin had no reason to fire in 'Rust' shooting

A lawsuit filed Wednesday alleges that Alec Baldwin recklessly fired a gun when it wasn't called for in the script when he shot and killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza on the New Mexico set of the film "Rust."
Nation
November 17

Man sentenced for R. Kelly witness intimidation attempt

A man was sentenced to eight years in prison Wednesday for setting fire to a car last year in what authorities said was an attempt to intimidate a potential witness in R. Kelly's sex trafficking trial.
Business
November 17

Adele tops Swift in musician faceoff, nearly beats Oscars

Adele attracted 10.3 million viewers to a busy Sunday night special where she debuted new music, facilitated a marriage proposal and dished with Oprah Winfrey about her divorce and workout routine.
World
November 17
Queen Elizabeth II receives General Sir Nick Carter, Chief of the Defense Staff, left, during an audience in the Oak Room at Windsor Castle, Berkshire

Queen carries out in-person audience at Windsor Castle

Queen Elizabeth II met with the British military's chief of staff at Windsor Castle on Wednesday, the first time she was seen carrying out a face-to-face engagement since she missed the national Remembrance Sunday service due to a sprained back.
Nation
November 16

For Will Smith, a break point leads to 'King Richard'

Will Smith wouldn't seem an obvious candidate for a midlife crisis. Hugely successful, immensely popular, indefatigably sunny.
Local
November 16
 Brett Favre missed a deadline to pay $228,000 in interest on welfare money he was paid for a public speaking contract he did not fulfill, the Mississ

Favre misses payment of $228K in welfare case, auditor says

Retired NFL player Brett Favre missed a deadline to pay $228,000 in interest on welfare money he was paid for a public speaking contract he did not fulfill, the Mississippi state auditor said Tuesday.