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NYPD gathering evidence against Harvey Weinstein
New York City police say they are building a potential rape case against the disgraced Hollywood producer.
David Blaine 'vehemently denies' rape allegation, lawyer says
David Blaine is defending himself against an allegation of sexual assault, his attorney told ABC News in a statement. The actor has been accused of raping a former model in London in 2004 when she was 21 years old, according to an interview the alleged victim gave to The Daily Beast . “My client
New York City police investigating sexual allegations against Harvey Weinstein
His brother and business partner, Bob Weinstein, said he never knew how much pain Harvey Weinstein was causing.
Rose McGowan makes new accusations against Weinstein
The actress made new accusations against the movie producer in a series of tweets directed at Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as more actresses, including Kate Beckinsale and Emma Thompson, are speaking out against Weinstein.
UK terror threat lowered after second man arrested in London Underground attack
Britain's terrorist threat level has been lowered from "critical" to "severe" after police arrested a second man in connection with Friday's terror attack on a London Underground subway car and authorities there cited progress in the investigation. Home Secretary Amber Rudd said Sunday that the
National Security Adviser McMaster says White House 'looking at' new travel ban
White House National Security Adviser Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster tells George Stephanopoulos a new travel ban is something the Trump administration is "looking at."
British prime minister responds to London Underground terror attack
Prime Minister Theresa May condemned a bombing that took place on a London Underground train as "cowardly."
Full transcript: One-on-one with British Prime Minister Theresa May
CHIEF ANCHOR GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS : Madam Prime Minister, thank you for doing this. I know you've just met with your counterterror team. What's the latest on what happened today? PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY : Yes. Well, we've had another terrorist attack in London on the London Underground.
'This Week' Transcript 9-17-17: British Prime Minister Theresa May, Lt. Gen. H. R. McMaster and Rep. Adam Schiff
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR SEPTEMBER 17, 2017 AND WILL BE UPDATED. CHIEF ANCHOR GEORGE STEPHANOPOULOS : President Trump was up and tweeting this morning. He said that those behind this were in the sights of Scotland Yard . Is that true? PRIME MINISTER THERESA MAY : Well, I don't think it's
One-on-one with British Prime Minister Theresa May
George Stephanopoulos sits down with the British prime minister at 10 Downing Street for an exclusive interview.