Harry Styles was the host of 'Saturday Night Live' and gave an awesome debut of his new single, 'Watermelon Sugar.' He also performed 'Lights Up' and acted in skits throughout the night.
On Thursday (November 14), the activist group Demand Justice erected a screen in front of a gala held at Union Station in the nation's capital, HuffPost reported. On it played a recording of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's Senate testimony about Kavanaugh assaulting her when they were both in high school.
Lil Uzi Vert and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie have released a new text-centric collaboration, 'Reply.' In it, the two ask important questions about responses.
FLETCHER channels her inner "petty bitch" while telling off an ex on her new song "One Too Many."
Zayn got the chance to show off his vocals on a new collaboration today (November 15) titled "Flames" with R3hab and Jungleboi. The song is a warning to a love interest to "run away" because he will inevitably break their heart.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — A Memphis judge ruled on Monday that the daughter of a man executed 13 years ago for murder does not have the right to seek DNA testing of evidence in the case.April Alley is the daughter of Sedley Alley, executed in 2006 for the 1985 murder of Marine Lance Cpl.
By Cameron JourdanHere is a list of second-round playoff games with 7 p.m. start times.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Airbus nailed down $30 billion in new plane orders on the second day of the Dubai Airshow after previous rounds of the biennial showcase saw its competitor Boeing take the lion’s share of deals.The largest deal came from the Middle East’s biggest carrier, the Dubai-based Emirates, which announced it would be buying 20 additional wide-body Airbus A350s, bringing its total order for the aircraft to 50 in an agreement worth $16 billion at list price.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s prison agency agreed to improve death row conditions under a settlement announced Monday of a federal lawsuit that called the inmates’ living standards degrading and inhumane.Lawyers for the inmates who sued said the agreement provides people on death row with at least 42½ hours a week out of their cell, daily access to phones and contact visits with their families, lawyers and religious advisers.A Wolf administration spokesman confirmed the settlement and said many of the agreement’s changes have already been adopted.The deal also limits the use of strip searches, shackling and other restraints unless temporarily needed.Death row inmates who have been psychologically damaged by long periods in solitary confinement will be evaluated and offered help adapting to a general population setting.The state will continue to house inmates who were sentenced to death in two facilities, the Phoenix and Greene state prisons.The federal lawsuit filed nearly two years ago sought an end to mandatory, indefinite solitary confinement for the 136 men currently on death row in the state.“The use of long-term solitary confinement on anyone is torture,” Amy Fettig, deputy director of the National Prison Project, said in a release.The lawsuit said death row inmates were spending 22 to 24 hours a day locked up alone, in small cells that were illuminated at all hours.They could exercise in small, outdoor enclosures for no more than two hours during weekdays but were confined to their cells on weekends, unless they had visitors.
By Abby BittermanNORMAN — CeeDee Lamb is a semifinalist for the Biletnikoff Award, the Tallahassee Quarterback Club Foundation, Inc.