Naomi Watts: Ophelia' makes Hamlet accessible

Naomi Watts: Ophelia' makes Hamlet accessible

The story of Hamlet is well known, but a new film starring Naomi Watts and Daisy Ridley reimagines Shakespeare's story from the viewpoint of his love Ophelia, which Watts says makes the story more accessible.
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Health groups urge Trump to do e-cig flavor ban

Health groups urge Trump to do e-cig flavor ban

Health advocates are encouraging President Donald Trump to move forward with a federal ban on thousands of flavors used in e-cigarettes. Some small businesses though say a total ban will hurt their business.
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Ohio State previews Penn State game

Ohio State previews Penn State game

No. 2 Ohio State players and coaches discuss Saturday's game against No. 9 Penn State.
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Commuter train strikes vehicle, starts fire

Commuter train strikes vehicle, starts fire

An RV stopped on the tracks was hit by a commuter train and burst into flames near Los Angeles, causing widespread rail delays at rush hour Friday.
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Trump: 'We had a tremendous week with the hoax'

Trump: 'We had a tremendous week with the hoax'

President Donald Trump says "we had a tremendous week with the hoax" when asked about the impeachment hearings.
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TV comedy greats take a bow

TV comedy greats take a bow

Norman Lear, Bob Newhart, Carl Reiner, Carol Burnett and Lily Tomlin were saluted Thursday at a Paley Center for Media ceremony in Beverly Hills, California.
Cameron Monaghan feels the Force

Cameron Monaghan feels the Force

"Shameless" and "Gotham" star Cameron Monaghan plays a Jedi in new video game, "Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order."
On This Day: 22 November 1984

On This Day: 22 November 1984

Scarlett Johansson was born in Manhattan.
ShowBiz Minute: Morrison, Hunt, Barba

ShowBiz Minute: Morrison, Hunt, Barba

Winfrey, Coates among speakers at tribute to Toni Morrison; Country star Sam Hunt arrested for DUI in Tennessee; Ex-"American Idol" contestant gets nearly 4 years in prison.