Seven-time Grammy winner Toni Braxton is stepping behind the camera to learn the business of TV movies. But with three new Grammy nominations, she says she'll always choose music "over anything" because she loves it "so much." (Dec. 14)
Kyrie Irving scored 24 points in three quarters and the Boston Celtics beat the Atlanta Hawks 129-108 on Friday night for their eighth straight victory
The curious case of one of the world's most famous actors. Born December 18, 1963 in Shawnee, Oklahoma, the Oscar winner and two-time "Sexiest Man Alive," as named by People magazine, has come a long way from when he was studying journalism at the University of Missouri. Since storming onto the scene in 1987, he been the one being written about. Whether he's taking on a new acting role or navigating another high-profile relationship, there's never a dull moment with Brad Pitt.
Pinkies up! Looking for a gift for your favorite tea fan? You can't go wrong with anything on this list. From the basics-tea, kettles, mugs, and infusers-to products to fit into their lifestyle, these fun gifts can match any budget.
Dec.14 -- Zymergen Inc. Chief Executive Officer Joshua Hoffman discusses the biotechnology research firm's plans to utilize therecent $400 million round of investment in the startup. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."
The Associated Press's White House reporter Jonathan Lemire describes how President Donald Trump changed his opinion and reaction to the Michael Cohen matter. (Dec. 14)
Alex Ovechkin had his second consecutive hat trick and Jakub Vrana scored in the sixth round of a shootout to lead the Washington Capitals past the Carolina Hurricanes 6-5
They're healthy and delicious. Tired of super sweet cocktails laden with sugary mixers? Same, tbh. But with a little know-how, an ample supply of club soda, and maybe even a dash of stevia, you can mix up drinks that are low in carbs and high in flavor and fun. Here are 15.
"I remember how I felt when I saw people who I was taught and brainwashed into believing were the devil, so it's sad to see them react to me that way."
Dec.14 -- Apple Inc. says a Chinese ban on sales of the iPhone will force it to settle a long and bitter licensing battle with Qualcomm Inc. Oceanic Partners Vice President Matt Larson and Bloomberg's Mark Gurman discuss on "Bloomberg Technology."