Yoshikazu Tsuno – Pool /Getty ImagesBy ROSA SANCHEZ, ANTHONY TROTTER and MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News (TOKYO) — Yoshiro Mori, the embattled president of the Tokyo Olympics organizing committee, resigned Friday following backlash over sexist comments he made suggesting women talk too much in meetings. “As of today, I will resign
Courtesy of Focus Features(LOS ANGELES) — Land, Robin Wright’s directorial debut, will transport its audience into the most extreme weather conditions when it roars into theaters Friday, February 12. Wright, who transitioned from in front of the camera in movies like The Princess Bride, took her first foray behind the camera for this
Wright County Sheriff’s OfficeBy HALEY YAMADA and ANDY FIES, ABC News (NEW YORK) — Gregory Ulrich, the man accused of the shooting rampage that killed one person and seriously injured four at the Allina Medical Clinic in Buffalo, Minnesota, made his first court appearance Thursday. Seven charges against Ulrich were
BlakeDavidTaylor/iStockBy ROSA SANCHEZ and ALEXANDER MALLIN, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — The Justice Department announced the arrest of two militia members Thursday associated with the violent anti-government “Boogaloo Bois” movement, including one who they allege sought to incite a riot in Louisville, Kentucky, “contemporaneous with the Capitol riots” on Jan. 6.
Instagram/@kbstafford89By ABC News (DETROIT) — Los Angeles Rams quarterback Matthew Stafford and his wife, Kelly, are pledging $1 million to build an education center in Detroit’s Lipke Park. Stafford’s wife announced the pledge in a post on Instagram. “It has been our goal to always give back to the city.
folgt/iStockBy MORGAN WINSOR, ABC News (LONDON) — For thousands of years, Stonehenge has stood on the downlands of what is now southern England. With its origins and purpose shrouded in mystery, the massive prehistoric monument has long captivated the imagination of mankind. In his 12th century book “The History of
Marilyn Nieves/iStockBy JAMES HILL and BILL HUTCHINSON, ABC News (KENOSHA, Wis.) — A Wisconsin judge on Thursday denied a request to increase Kyle Rittenhouse’s $2 million bond and issue an arrest warrant for him after a prosecutor argued that the teenager, charged in the fatal shootings of two men at
kuzma/iStockBy LUKE BARR, ABC News (WASHINGTON) — Two men and one woman were charged by the Justice Department for allegedly fabricating a COVID-19 vaccine website. According to an affidavit unsealed Thursday, Olakitan Oluwalade, Odunayo Baba Oluwalad and Kelly Lamont Williams fraudulently replicated Moderna’s website, purporting to sell the company’s vaccine.
kali9/iStockBy MEREDITH DELISO, ABC News (BUFFALO, N.Y.) — Assault charges against two Buffalo, New York, police officers seen in a video shoving a 75-year-old man to the ground during a protest last year have been dropped, prosecutors announced Thursday. Officers Aaron Torgalski and Robert McCabe faced felony assault charges over
ABC/Rick Rowell(LOS ANGELES) — (NOTE LANGUAGE) Kristen Wiig let slip that she and fiancée Avi Rothman have already tied the knot. The SNL vet and Wonder Woman baddie made the revelation on The Howard Stern Show Wednesday. Wiig revealed married life — and being a mother to her infant twins — has been a bright spot during the pandemic. “Besides the