Quarantines at 2 schools amid measles outbreak

Quarantines at 2 schools amid measles outbreak

Hundreds of students and staff at two Los Angeles universities have been placed under quarantine because they may have been exposed to measles and either have not been vaccinated or cannot verify that they are immune, officials said Thursday.
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Tarantino picks up best dog award in Cannes

Tarantino picks up best dog award in Cannes

Quentin Tarantino surprises Cannes festival goers by picking up this year's Palm Dog Award in person, for his movie "Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood."
Record number of black female West Point graduates

Record number of black female West Point graduates

The crowd of cadets tossing their caps in air at West Point's graduation ceremony Saturday will include a record-high 34 black women. The 34 women comprise a small slice of the roughly 1,000 cadets in the Class of 2019.
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Mario Batali pleads not guilty to assault charge

Mario Batali pleads not guilty to assault charge

Celebrity chef Mario Batali, whose career crumbled amid several sexual misconduct accusations, pleaded not guilty Friday to a charge that he forcibly kissed and groped a woman at a Boston restaurant in 2017.
Fashion Watch: Kendall Jenner pretty in pink at amfAR

Fashion Watch: Kendall Jenner pretty in pink at amfAR

A host of Hollywood stars, models and fashionistas, including Kendall Jenner, Coco Rocha and Milla Jovovich, turned out for the 26th amfAR Gala near Cannes to raise money for AIDS research.
ShowBiz Minute: Weinstein, Jackson, amfAR

ShowBiz Minute: Weinstein, Jackson, amfAR

Deal close in Weinstein sexual misconduct lawsuits; Michael Jackson's estate and former manager settle lawsuit; Stars including Kendall Jenner, Antonio Banderas and Tom Jones attend Cannes amfAR Gala to raise money for AIDS research.
AP Top Stories May 24

AP Top Stories May 24

Here's the latest for Friday May 24th: British Prime Minister Theresa May announces she's resigning; Trump tells intelligence to cooperate with investigation of Russia probe; Power outages after Jefferson City tornado; Tornadoes in Oklahoma and Te...
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British PM Theresa May announces resignation

British PM Theresa May announces resignation

Theresa May announced Friday that she will step down as U.K. Conservative Party leader on June 7, sparking a contest to become Britain's next prime minister. She'll stay as prime minsiter until a new party leader is chosen.
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Pamela Anderson: Assange rape allegations 'a setup'

Pamela Anderson: Assange rape allegations 'a setup'

Earlier this month, Swedish prosecutors reopened an inquiry into rape allegations against WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. Speaking at the amfAR gala in Cannes, Pamela Anderson says she thinks the accusations are "a setup."
Kendall Jenner lights up amfAR red carpet

Kendall Jenner lights up amfAR red carpet

Stars including Kendall Jenner, Tom Jones, Dua Lipa and Winnie Harlow arrive at the annual Cannes International Film Festival amfAR gala, held at the presitigious Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc.
On This Day: 24 May 2014

On This Day: 24 May 2014

In 2014, Kim Kardashian married Kanye West in Florence, Italy.
Taiwan allows gay couples to register marriages

Taiwan allows gay couples to register marriages

Taiwan officially allowed same-sex couples to register their marriages on Friday after the parliament passed the laws to legalize same-sex marriage a week ago.
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Measles exposure warning at DFW airport

Measles exposure warning at DFW airport

Health officials in Texas say a person who passed through Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport on May 15th tested positive for measles. Tarrant County health officials are warning other travelers to make sure they're immunized.
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EF1 Tornado confirmed outside Baltimore

EF1 Tornado confirmed outside Baltimore

The National Weather Service confirms that an EF1 tornado touched down near Columbia, Maryland on Thursday. It came as severe storms rumbled through the Baltimore area, toppling trees, causing power outages and keeping students in some schools.
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Missouri residents try to sleep despite no power

Missouri residents try to sleep despite no power

Some residents of Jefferson City, Missouri, who lost power when a tornado rampaged through their neighborhood are trying to get some sleep after making it through the day, and now into the night, without power.
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Massive funnel cloud in Texas panhandle

Massive funnel cloud in Texas panhandle

Tornadoes strafed the middle of the country Thursday, this time concentrated in sparsely populated panhandles of Oklahoma and Texas. One particulary large funnel cloud was spotted in Lipscomb County, Texas, near the Oklahoma state line.
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Modi's party surges to victory in Indian vote

Modi's party surges to victory in Indian vote

Charismatic but polarizing Prime Minister Narendra Modi has surged to a landslide victory in Indian elections.
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Veterans recall D-Day horror and triumph

Veterans recall D-Day horror and triumph

For historians, D-Day was a turning point in the war against Germany. For men who were among the 160,000 Allied fighters who mounted the history’s largest amphibious invasion, the day remains a kaleidoscope of memories, a signal moment of their yo...
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D-Day vet tells his story: 'Why am I alive?'

D-Day vet tells his story: 'Why am I alive?'

For historians, D-Day was a turning point in WWII; for men who were there it remains a kaleidoscope of memories. For D-Day Veteran Frank DeVita, going back to France for the 75th anniversary is an chance to tell his story of horror and triumph.
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VR training helps police interact with autistic

VR training helps police interact with autistic

Police officers are now using virtual reality to learn the best ways to interact with people who suffer from autism and de-escalate situations that could quickly turn awry.
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Today in History for May 24th

Today in History for May 24th

Highlights of this day in history: Samuel Morse opens America's first telegraph line; Four men sentenced for the 1993 World Trade Center bombing; Britain's Queen Victoria born; The Brooklyn Bridge opens; Singer-songwriter Bob Dylan born.
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Amidst the chaos, Sara Bareilles finds a new voice

Amidst the chaos, Sara Bareilles finds a new voice

Feeling “lost” after Donald Trump won the U.S. presidential election in 2016, Sara Bareilles turned to songwriting to find healing.
A host of celebrities speak out on criminal justice reform

A host of celebrities speak out on criminal justice reform

Kim Kardashian West isn't the only celebrity speaking out for prison reform: DJ Mustard and Kevin Hart are among those in the struggle.
David Guetta's secret to pop longevity

David Guetta's secret to pop longevity

Grammy-winning DJ-producer David Guetta says he's been able to stick around in pop music for more than three decades because he stays mostly behind the scenes.
Julianna Margulies' balancing act

Julianna Margulies' balancing act

In the new "The Hot Zone" mini-series, Julianna Margulies plays Nancy Jaax, a veterinary pathologist in the U.S. Army who juggled containing the Ebola virus with caring for her cancer-stricken father. Margulies says she relates to Jaax's balancing...