Michelle Yeoh News
Michelle Yeoh : Weinstein a 'bully,' 'not always honorable'
Actress Michelle Yeoh says she was aware of Harvey Weinstein's reputation and would have unleashed "years of martial arts training" on the fallen Hollywood mogul had ever tried to sexually harass her
6 things you didn't know about 'Veep' star Anna Chlumsky
Emmy-nominated actress Anna Chlumsky recently joined ABC News Chief Business, Technology and Economics Correspondent Rebecca Jarvis on an episode of ABC Radio’s " No Limits With Rebecca Jarvis ." Here are six things you may not know about the "Veep" star: 1. She got her first job at 10 months old.
Leslie Odom Jr. Talks Winning a Tony, 'Hamilton' and the First Song He Learned
The "Hamilton" star stopped by "The View" to talk about his run in the Tony-winning musical.
Reuters Report Creates New Headaches for GM
The analysis determined 74 people died in GM car accidents with similarities to the 13 deaths linked to defective ignition switches.
Two 5-Story Buildings Collapse in East Harlem
Multiple injuries reported due to explosion, firefighters working to contain the smoke overwhelming city streets.
Where Will Latest Bond Girls Rank?
James Bond is back in the new movie " Skyfall ," which opens today, and he's got not one -- but two -- new Bond girls vying for his affection. Naomie Harris and Berenice Marlohe (right) are the latest actresses to step into the iconic role of Bond's love interest. French actress Marlohe handles the
Secretary Hillary Clinton Mixes Hollywood and Politics at Screening of New Film 'The Lady'
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton said she was “thrilled” to introduce the screening of “The Lady,” a Hollywood movie based on the life of Burma democracy activist Aung San Suu Kyi. Clinton thanked the film’s star Michelle Yeoh and director Luc Besson Monday for managing...
Book Flies Off Shelves, Heats Up Bedrooms
"50 Shades of Grey" fans explain why the New York Times bestseller is red hot.
From Street Performer to Billionaire
Part 1: Guy Laliberte, founder of Cirque du Soleil, was a clown with a dream.
U.N. Seeks to Curb World's Traffic Deaths
TUESDAY, April 1 (HealthDay News) -- Over 1.2 million people die each year on the world's roadways -- more than are killed by major scourges such as malaria or diabetes. In response to this growing epidemic, the United Nations' General Assembly on Monday approved the first ever conference on road