It's Friday, April 13, 2018. Here are some of the stories we're talking about on ABC News' new daily podcast, " Start Here ." 1. Comey comes clean When President Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey last year, Comey dropped his bombshell allegations that the president asked him to drop
Ethics director questions why Trump didn't disclose last year that he owed personal attorney Michael Cohen for unspecified "expenses"
President Donald Trump reveals in his financial disclosure that he reimbursed personal attorney Michael Cohen as much as $250,000 for unspecified "expenses"
After millions of moviegoers packed theaters around the world, there's been one resounding question on the minds of all "Black Panther" fans -- was Erik Killmonger really a villain? Killmonger, portrayed voraciously by Michael B. Jordan, was the forgotten son of Wakanda, abandoned in Oakland,
At the end of his Oscars acceptance speech, best supporting actor winner Sam Rockwell dedicated the award to his late "old buddy" Philip Seymour Hoffman. The "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" star got emotional when asked about his speech backstage. Rockwell explained that Hoffman was "an
The #MeToo and #TimesUp movements to raise awareness about sexual harassment have taken center stage all award season in Hollywood, from celebrities wearing black in solidarity on the Golden Globes red carpet , to activists like Tarana Burke as guests, and female-only presenters the SAG Awards .
Idris Elba just gave his girlfriend an early Valentine's Day present -- an engagement ring. The "Luther" star proposed to model Sabrina Dhowre on Saturday at Rio Cinema in London where he was screening his directorial debut, "Yardie." When you turn up to watch the #Yardie screening with @Sainou
A stuntwoman has filed a charge of sex discrimination with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission challenging the age-old practice of "wigging," in which stuntmen don wigs and women's clothing to double for actresses. Veteran stuntwoman Deven MacNair, who worked on the set of the upcoming film
Actress Nicole Kidman drew a standing ovation at the Screen Actors Guild Awards Sunday as she called out ageism and sexism in Hollywood and praised the industry for finally embracing women who are older than 40. “To receive this at this stage in my life is extraordinary, and at this time in the