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From Sin City to the City of Angels, building starts on high-speed rail line

Groundbreaking on a $12 billion high-speed passenger rail line between Las Vegas and the Los Angeles area is just about here
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FILE - This photo taken Wednesday, Jan. 25, 2012, shows the site of a proposed station for a high-speed rail line to Las Vegas, background, at the end of the Dale Evans Parkway exit from Interstate 15, on the far outskirts of the Mojave Desert city of Victorville, Calif. Brightline West and U.S. transportation secretary and other officials projecting that millions of ticket-buyers will be boarding trains by 2028. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
April 21

Yoko Ono to receive Edward MacDowell Medal for lifetime achievement

One of the country’s leading artist residency programs, MacDowell, has awarded a lifetime achievement prize to Yoko Ono
April 21
FILE - Yoko Ono appears before the dedication ceremony for her permanent art installation, a sculpture called SKYLANDING, at Jackson Park, Oct. 17, 2016, in Chicago. One of the country’s leading artist residency programs, MacDowell, has awarded a lifetime achievement prize to Ono. The groundbreaking artist, filmmaker and musician is the 2024 recipient of the Edward MacDowell Medal, an honor previously given to Stephen Sondheim and Toni Morrison among others. (AP Photo/Kiichiro Sato, File)
April 21
FILE - Mary J. Blige onstage during the MTV Video Music Awards on Tuesday, Sept. 12, 2023, at the Prudential Center in Newark, N.J. Blige, Cher, Foreigner, A Tribe Called Quest, Kool & The Gang and Ozzy Osbourne have been inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The class of 2024 also will include folk-rockers Dave Matthews Band and singer-guitarist Peter Frampton. The induction ceremony will be Oct. 19, 2024. (Photo by Charles Sykes/Invision/AP, File)
April 21

Kevin Bacon dances back to 'Footloose' high school

Actor Kevin Bacon has returned to the Utah high school where his cult classic movie “Footloose” was filmed more than 40 years ago
April 21
In this photo provided by Jesse Sorenson, actor Kevin Bacon, center, helps fill care packages for his charity, Saturday, April 20, 2024, in Payson, Utah, while visiting the Utah high school where cult classic "Footloose," was filmed. (Jesse Sorenson via AP)
April 21

'Civil War’ continues box-office campaign at No. 1

Alex Garland’s ominous American dystopia remained the top film in theaters.
April 21
This image released by Lionsgate shows Alex Pettyfer, Alan Ritchson, Henry Cavill, Hero Fiennes Tiffin, and Henry Golding in a scene from the film "The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare." (Daniel Smith/Lionsgate via AP)
April 21

Conductor Andrew Davis, who headed Lyric Opera of Chicago and orchestras on 3 continents, dies

Andrew Davis, an acclaimed British conductor who was music director of the Lyric Opera of Chicago and orchestras on three continents, has died
April 21
FILE - Conductor Andrew Davis, right, raises his arms as he takes a bow, accompanied by Renee Fleming, and Peter Rose, center, during the final dress rehearsal of Richard Strauss's "Capriccio" in the Metropolitan Opera at New York's Lincoln Center, March 25, 2011. Davis, the acclaimed British conductor who was music director of the Lyric Opera of Chicago and orchestras on three continents, has died, Saturday, April 20, 2024. He was 80. (AP Photo/Richard Drew, file)
April 21

15 people injured when tram collides with guardrail at Universal Studios theme park near Los Angeles

Authorities say more than a dozen people suffered mostly minor injuries when a tram used for tours crashed into a railing at Universal Studios Hollywood near Los Angeles
April 21
FILE - The Universal Studios Hollywood officially reopens to the public at 25% capacity with COVID-19 protocols in place in Los Angeles, on April 16, 2021. A tram accident at Universal Studios in Los Angeles injured multiple people Saturday night, April 20, 2024, authorities and the company said. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes, File)
April 21

Theater Review: Not everyone will be 'Fallin' over Alicia Keys' Broadway musical 'Hell's Kitchen'

If you were to close Alicia Keys’ big semi-autobiographical musical on Broadway with any of her hit songs, which would it be
April 21
This image released by Polk & Co shows the artists during a performance of "Hell's Kitchen" on Broadway. (Marc J. Franklin/ Polk & Co via AP)
April 20

Oregon lodge famously featured in 'The Shining' will reopen to guests after fire forced evacuations

The hotel featured in Stanley Kubrick’s 1980 film “The Shining” says it will reopen to guests Sunday after a fire that prompted evacuations but caused only minimal damage
April 20
Firefighters extinguish a fire at Oregon's historic Timberline Lodge, which was featured in Stanley Kubrick's 1980 film "The Shining," Thursday evening, April 18, 2024, in Government Camp, Ore. (Clackamas Fire Department via AP)
April 20

AP Photos: A gallery of images from the Coachella Music Festival, the annual party in the desert

Thousands of fans flocked to the Southern California desert town of Indio this year for the Coachella Valley Music Festival, now on its second of two weekends. Headline acts for the 2024 edition of the annual bash included Lana Del Rey; Tyler, The Creator; and Doja Cat. Famous faces spotted in the crowd at the Empire Polo Club included Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce and Justin Bieber, along with Ice Spice and Sabrina Carpenter, who were also performing. Reneé Rapp, whose popularity skyrocketed with the release of the “Mean Girls” movie remake and her debut album “Snow Angel,” joined Kesha on stage to perform Kesha’s hit song “TiK ToK.” They sang alternate lyrics that were critical of Sean “Diddy” Combs, who has been accused by multiple people of sexual assault and rape. Fans from across the country and beyond dressed up in festive outfits and held up signs to show support for their favorite artists. General admission ticket prices were in the $500-$600 range for one weekend, and many...
April 20
Kim Chae-won, left, Hong Eun-chae, Kazuha, Sakura Miyawaki, and Huh Yun-jin of Le Sserafim perform during the second weekend of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival on Saturday, April 20, 2024, at the Empire Polo Club in Indio, Calif. (Photo by Amy Harris/Invision/AP)
April 20

Roman Gabriel dies at 83. The first Filipino-American quarterback in NFL was MVP in 1969

Roman Gabriel was known for his big size and big arm
April 20
FILE - Los Angeles Rams quarterback Roman Gabriel, right, is hit by a host of Dallas Cowboys as the ball heads for the sidelines during the third period of an NFL Playoff Bowl football game, Jan. 3, 1970, in Miami, Fla. Gabriel, the former North Carolina State quarterback who was the 1969 NFL MVP with the Los Angeles Rams, died Saturday, April 20, 2024. He was 83. (AP Photo/File)
April 20

Recently arrested Morgan Wallen says he's "not proud" of behavior

Country music star Morgan Wallen says he’s “not proud” of his behavior and accepts responsibility after being charged following accusations that he threw a chair off the rooftop of a six-story bar
April 20
This photo released by the Metro Nashville Police Department shows Country music artist Morgan Wallen. Wallen has been arrested after police say he threw a chair off the rooftop of a newly opened six-story bar in downtown Nashville, Tenn., early Monday, April 8, 2024. (Metro Nashville Police Department via AP)
April 20

Director Romeo Castellucci drops out of Brussels Ring Cycle halfway through because of money, time

Romeo Castellucci has dropped out of his production of Wagner’s Ring Cycle at Belgium’s La Monnaie theater halfway through because of what the company says is a lack of money and time
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AP Photos: The skies fill with color at a Chinese kite festival

More than 1,000 kites filled the skies of Weifang, an eastern Chinese coastal city that touts itself as the “kite capital of the world,” on Saturday. Locals say there is nothing that can’t sail the skies of Weifang. From dragons to pandas, modern cars to mythical characters from a canonical Chinese novel, kite craftsmen and aficionados showcased their latest art at the Weifang International Kite Festival. Kite-makers say the craftsmanship has evolved over the years, with nylon fabrics becoming more common at the expense of traditional materials such as paper and silk. Modern craftsmanship also means kite-makers are boasting more elaborate, complex and bigger designs, among them a centipede kite measuring 70 meters (230 feet) in length.
April 20
A car-shaped kite prepares to lift at the 41st International Kite Festival in Weifang, Shandong Province of China, Saturday, April 20, 2024. (AP Photo/Tatan Syuflana)
April 20

Venice Biennale titled 'Foreigners Everywhere' platforms LGBTQ+, outsider and Indigenous artists

Outsider, queer and Indigenous artists are getting an overdue platform at the 60th Venice Biennale contemporary art exhibition
April 20
CORRECTS SPELLING OF FIRST NAME TO JEFFREY INSTEAD OF GEFFREY - U.S. artist Jeffrey Gibson stands outside the U.S. pavilion of the 60th Biennale of Arts exhibition in Venice, Italy, Tuesday, April 16, 2024. The Venice Biennale contemporary art exhibition opens Saturday for its six-month run through Nov. 26. Alongside the main exhibition, 88 national pavilions fan out from the traditional venue in Venice's Giardini, to the Arsenale and other locations scattered throughout the lagoon city. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
April 20

Record Store Day celebrates indie retail music sellers as they ride vinyl's popularity wave

Record Store Day celebrates independent retail music sellers who have endured long after megastores like Tower Records closed
April 20
Tim Stamper, owner at Tracks In Wax record shop, cleans off some vinyl 45s at his shop, Thursday, April 18, 2024, in Phoenix. Special LP releases, live performances and at least one giant block party are scheduled around the U.S. Saturday as hundreds of shops celebrate Record Store Day amid a surge of interest in vinyl and the day after the release of Taylor Swift's latest album. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
April 20

Theater Review: 'Stereophonic' is a brilliant 'Behind the Music' play on Broadway

A five-piece rock band enters a recording studio in 1976 at the beginning of “Stereophonic” on Broadway
April 20
This image released by O&M/DKC shows the musicians during a performance of "Stereophonic" on Broadway, in New York, March, 28, 2024. (Julieta Cervantes/O&M/DKC via AP)
April 19

Live video of man who set himself on fire outside court proves challenging for news organizations

A man who set himself on fire outside the Manhattan courtroom where Donald Trump was on trial tested news organizations on how quickly they could respond to an incident and what to show viewers
April 19
In this image taken from video, bystanders react after witnessing a man who lit himself on fire was extinguished, Friday, April 19, 2024, in a park outside Manhattan criminal court in New York. Emergency crews rushed away a person on a stretcher after the fire was extinguished outside the courthouse where jury selection was taking place in former President Donald Trump's hush money criminal case. (AP Photo)
April 19

Here’s how Phish is using the Sphere's technology to give fans something completely different

Phish opened its four-night stay at the Sphere Thursday with a four-hour show
April 19
This image shows one of the individual screens at the Sphere and the hundreds of light nodes it contains on Tuesday, April 16, 2024, in Las Vegas. The screen at the Sphere is 160,000 square feet and shows images and video in 16K x 16K resolution. (AP Photo/Josh Cornfield)
April 19

Jonathan Tetelman recalls his journey from a nightclub DJ to an international opera star

Jonathan Tetelman transformed from nightclub DJ to international opera star
April 19
In this image provided by the Met Opera, Jonathan Tetelman portrays Ruggero in Puccini's "La Rondine." Tetelman has transformed from nightclub DJ to international opera star. (Karen Almond/Met Opera via AP)
April 19

Taylor Swift’s ‘The Tortured Poets Department' is here. Is it poetry? This is what experts say

On Friday, Taylor Swift released her 11th studio album, “The Tortured Poets Department.”
April 19
This cover image released by Republic Records show "The Tortured Poets Department" by Taylor Swift. (Republic Records via AP)
April 19

Not a toddler, not a parent, but still love 'Bluey'? You're not alone

Viewers don't have to be young or a parent to appreciate the Australian kids' television program “Bluey,” as this week’s release of a special episode proved
April 19
This image released by Disney+ shows a scene from the television series "Bluey." (Disney+ via AP)
April 19

Firefighters douse a blaze at a historic Oregon hotel famously featured in 'The Shining'

Firefighters doused a late-night fire at Oregon’s historic Timberline Lodge before it caused significant damage
April 19
Firefighters extinguish a fire at Oregon's historic Timberline Lodge, which was featured in Stanley Kubrick's 1980 film "The Shining," Thursday evening, April 18, 2024, in Government Camp, Ore. (Clackamas Fire Department via AP)
April 19

Kit Harington leans into playing a bad guy in 'Blood for Dust'

Kit Harington says he jumped at the chance to sport what he calls a “proper porn ‘stache'' to play a drug-running killer in “Blood for Dust.”
April 19
This image released by The Avenue shows Kit Harington and Scoot McNairy in a scene from the film "Blood for Dust." (The Avenue via AP)
April 19

Rock trailblazer Heart reunites for a world tour and a new song

Heart — the pioneering band that melds Nancy Wilson’s shredding guitar with her sister Ann’s powerhouse vocals — is hitting the road this spring for a world tour that Nancy Wilson describes as “the full-on rocker size.”
April 19
FILE - Nancy and Ann Wilson of the classic rock band Heart perform in concert at the American Music Theater on Monday, March 24, 2014, in Lancaster, Pa. Heart — the pioneering band that melds Nancy Wilson’s shredding guitar with her sister Ann’s powerhouse vocals — is hitting the road this spring for a world tour that Nancy Wilson describes as “the full-on rocker size.” (Photo by Owen Sweeney/Invision/AP, File)
April 19

Dick Van Dyke earns historic Daytime Emmy nomination at age 98

Dick Van Dyke is vying for a historic Daytime Emmy at age 98
April 19
FILE - 2020 Kennedy Center honoree, actor Dick Van Dyke attends the 43nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors at The Kennedy Center on Friday, May 21, 2021, in Washington. Van Dyke was nominated Friday, April 19, 2024, as guest performer in a daytime drama series for his part as amnesiac Timothy Robicheaux on Peacock's “Days of Our Lives.” (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf, File)
April 19

What to stream this week: A Bon Jovi documentary, Idris Elba in 'Knuckles' and 'Anyone But You'

This week’s new streaming entertainment releases include the Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell hit romantic comedy “Anyone But You” hitting Netflix, two teen ghost detectives who appear in DC comic books star in their own series called “Dead Boy Detective...
April 19
This combination of images shows promotional art for the Paramount+ series "Knuckles," the Apple TV+ series "The Big Door Prize," and the Netflix series "Dead Boy Detectives. (Paramount+/Apple TV+/Netflix via AP)
April 19

Pennsylvania board's cancellation of gay actor's school visit ill-advised, education leaders say

The superintendent and several other top officials of a Pennsylvania school district say their school board's cancellation of a gay actor's visit to a middle school was premature and ill-advised
April 19
FILE - Actor Maulik Pancholy attends the premiere of "Trishna" during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival on Friday, April 27, 2012 in New York. A Pennsylvania school board's cancellation of an upcoming appearance by actor and children’s book author Maulik Pancholy was ill-advised and sends a hurtful message, especially to the LGBTQ+ community, education officials said in a letter Thursday, April 18, 2024. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, File)
April 19

Top 20 Global Concert Tours from Pollstar

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April 19

Taylor Swift drops 15 new songs on double album, 'The Tortured Poets Department: The Anthology'

Could there be a Taylor Swift new album rollout without a few additional surprises
April 19
This cover image released by Republic Records show "The Tortured Poets Department" by Taylor Swift. (Republic Records via AP)
April 19

Children of reality TV's Chrisleys hope court hearing is step toward bringing convicted parents home

Reality TV stars Todd and Julie Chrisley have appealed aspects of their convictions on federal charges of bank fraud and tax evasion
April 19
FILE - Todd Chrisley, left, and his wife, Julie Chrisley, pose for photos at the 52nd annual Academy of Country Music Awards on April 2, 2017, in Las Vegas. Todd and Julie Chrisley, who are in prison after being convicted on federal charges of bank fraud and tax evasion, are challenging aspects of their convictions and sentences in a federal appeals court.(Photo by Jordan Strauss/Invision/AP, File)
April 19
This cover image released by Republic Records show "The Tortured Poets Department" by Taylor Swift. (Republic Records via AP)
April 18

Judge in Trump case orders media not to report where potential jurors work

The judge in Donald Trump's hush money trial has ordered the media not to report where potential jurors have worked
April 18
Former President Donald Trump speaks with the media while holding news clippings following his trial at Manhattan criminal court in New York on Thursday, April 18, 2024. (Brendan McDermid/Pool Photo via AP)
April 18

Pennsylvania school district cancels actor's speech over his activism and 'lifestyle'

A Pennsylvania school district has canceled an upcoming appearance by actor and children’s book author Maulik Pancholy
April 18
FILE - Actor Maulik Pancholy attends the premiere of "Trishna" during the 2012 Tribeca Film Festival on Friday, April 27, 2012 in New York. A Pennsylvania school district has canceled an upcoming appearance by actor and children's book author Pancholy after district leaders cited concerns about what they described as his activism and “lifestyle.” Pancholy, who is gay, was scheduled to speak against bullying during a May 22, 2024, assembly at Mountain View Middle School in Cumberland County. (AP Photo/Evan Agostini, File)
April 18

New attorney joins prosecution team against Alec Baldwin in fatal 'Rust' shooting

An attorney has been added to the special prosecution team that is pursuing an involuntary manslaughter charge against actor Alec Baldwin in the fatal shooting of a cinematographer on the set of a Western movie “Rust."
April 18
Hannah Gutierrez-Reed wipes her tears at her sentencing hearing in state district court in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Monday, April 15, 2024. Gutierrez-Reed, the armorer on the set of the Western film "Rust," was sentenced to 18 months in prison for involuntary manslaughter in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who was fatally shot by Alec Baldwin in 2021. (Luis Sánchez Saturno/Santa Fe New Mexican via AP, Pool)
April 18

Critic's Notebook: 'Civil War' and the elusiveness of the of-the-moment movie

The movies are good at resurrecting the past or imagining the future, but pinning down the present can be tricky
April 18
This image released by Sideshow/Janus shows a scene from the film "The Beast" (Carole Bethuel/ Sideshow/Janus via AP)
April 18

Rap artist GloRilla has been charged with drunken driving in Georgia

Jail records show the rap artist known as GloRilla has been charged with drunken driving in Georgia
April 18
FILE - GloRilla performs during the second weekend of the Austin City Limits Music Festival on Friday, Oct. 13, 2023, at Zilker Park in Austin, Texas. The rap artist known as GloRilla has been charged with drunken driving in Georgia, jail records show. GloRilla, whose real name is Gloria Woods, was charged Tuesday, April 16, 2024, with first-offense driving under the influence of alcohol; having an open container of alcohol; and failing to obey a traffic control device, according to Gwinnett County, Ga., Jail booking records. (Photo by Jack Plunkett/Invision/AP)
April 18

Britain's Prince Harry formally confirms he is now a US resident

Prince Harry, the son of King Charles III and fifth in line to the British throne, has formally confirmed he is now a U.S. resident
April 18
FILE - Britain's Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, waves during the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at Circuit of the Americas, on Oct. 22, 2023, in Austin, Texas. Prince Harry, the son of King Charles III and fifth in line to the British throne, has formally confirmed his is now a U.S. resident. Four years after Harry and his American wife, Meghan, decamped to a villa on the Southern California coast, a travel company he controls filed paperwork informing British authorities that he has moved and is now “usually resident” in the United States. (AP Photo/Nick Didlick, File)
April 18

Musicians pay tribute to Allman Brothers guitarist Dickey Betts after death at 80

Fellow musicians are paying tribute to Allman Brothers guitarist, singer and songwriter Dickey Betts after his death at 80
April 18
FILE - Dickey Betts, a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, exits the funeral of Gregg Allman at Snow's Memorial Chapel, June 3, 2017, in Macon, Ga. Guitar legend Betts, who co-founded the Allman Brothers Band and wrote their biggest hit, “Ramblin’ Man,” died Thursday, April 18, 2024. He was 80. (Jason Vorhees/The Macon Telegraph via AP, File)
April 18

Not only New York casinos threaten Atlantic City. Developer predicts Meadowlands casino is coming

Atlantic City casinos are bracing for new threats from as many as three new casinos in or near New York City
April 18
This Oct. 1, 2020 photo shows the exterior of the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City, N.J. On Thursday, April 18, 2024, numerous executives from some of the largest gambling companies in America said Atlantic City will soon face threats not only from casinos expected to open in or near New York City, but also from a renewed push for a casino in the northern New Jersey Meadowlands, just outside New York. (AP Photo/Wayne Parry)
April 18

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Musician T Bone Burnett is trading his dystopian sensibilities for some warm-hearted acoustic music

T Bone Burnett is best known for production work like the `O Brother, Where Art Thou?'
April 18
FILE - Robert Plant & Alison Krauss perform at the Jay Pritzker Pavilion, June 7, 2022, in Chicago. T Bone Burnett’s production of the “O Brother, Where Art Thou?” soundtrack and the “Raising Sands” collaboration between Krauss and Plant are celebrated and responsible for many of his 13 Grammy Awards. (Photo by Rob Grabowski/Invision/AP, File)
April 18

Palestinian American poet Fady Joudah receives $100,000 prize

Fady Joudah, a Palestinian American poet who has said he writes for the future because “the present is demolished,” has received a $100,000 award from Poets & Writers
April 18
April 18

Allman Brothers Band co-founder and legendary guitarist Dickey Betts dies at 80

Guitar legend and Allman Brothers Band co-founder Dickey Betts has died at age 80
April 18
FILE - Dickey Betts, a founding member of the Allman Brothers Band, exits the funeral of Gregg Allman at Snow's Memorial Chapel, June 3, 2017, in Macon, Ga. Guitar legend Betts, who co-founded the Allman Brothers Band and wrote their biggest hit, “Ramblin’ Man,” died Thursday, April 18, 2024. He was 80. (Jason Vorhees/The Macon Telegraph via AP, File)
April 18

Guitar legend Dickey Betts, who co-founded the Allman Brothers Band, dies at 80

Guitar legend Dickey Betts, who co-founded the Allman Brothers Band, dies at 80
April 18
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Long-lost first model of the USS Enterprise from 'Star Trek' boldly goes home after twisting voyage

The first USS Enterprise has boldly gone back home, solving a decades-long mystery
April 18
The first model of the USS Enterprise is displayed at Heritage Auctions in Los Angeles, April 13, 2024. The model — used in the original “Star Trek” television series — has been returned to Eugene “Rod” Roddenberry, the son of “Star Trek” creator Gene Roddenberry, decades after it went missing in the 1970s. (Josh David Jordan/Heritage Auctions via AP)
April 18

Movie Review: A heist movie that gleefully collides with a monster movie in 'Abigail'

If you always thought your garden-variety heist movies could do with a bit more blood-sucking vampire, have we got a flick for you
April 18
This image released by Universal Pictures shows Alisha Weir and Kathryn Newton in a scene from the film "Abigail." (Bernard Walsh/Universal Pictures via AP)
April 18

Choctaw artist Jeffrey Gibson confronts history at US pavilion as its first solo Indigenous artist

Jeffrey Gibson’s takeover of the U.S. pavilion for this year’s Venice Biennale contemporary art show is a celebration of color, pattern and craft
April 18
Visitors look at sculptures on display inside the US pavilion by artist Jeffrey Gibson during the 60th Biennale of Arts in Venice, Italy, Tuesday, April 16, 2024. A Mississippi Choctaw of Cherokee descent, Gibson is the first Native American to represent the United States solo at the Venice Biennale, the world’s oldest contemporary art show. Gibson mixes Western modernism and Native American craft in his vibrantly hued paintings and sculptures. (AP Photo/Luca Bruno)
April 18

Nancy Pelosi book, 'The Art of Power,' will reflect on her career in public life

Former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has completed a book about her years in public life
April 18
This image provided by Simon & Schuster shows the cover of former House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's new book, "The Art of Power." Simon & Schuster announced Thursday, April, 18, 2024, that Pelosi's book will be released Aug. 6. (Simon & Schuster via AP)
April 18

UK's Prince William returns to public duties for first time since Kate's cancer diagnosis

Prince William is returning to public duties for the first time since his wife’s cancer diagnosis
April 18
Britain's Prince William sits in a delivery van during a visit to Surplus to Supper, in Sunbury-on-Thames, Surrey, England, Thursday, April 18, 2024. The Prince visited Surplus to Supper, a surplus food redistribution charity, to learn about its work bridging the gap between food waste and food poverty across Surrey and West London. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant, pool)