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UN Head Urges Ceasefire In Syria's Eastern Ghouta…

A draft cease-fire resolution is being written in the U.N., but there's growing doubt it will get the Security Council's support.

Atlanta Is Offering Flights to Black Panther's…

If you watched Black Panther and thought to yourself, “Gee, I wish this place actually existed,” the busiest airport in the world has got your back. Buzz60's Nathan Rousseau Smith explains.

Director Reveals Secrets Behind The…

"Abacus: Small Enough to Jail" documents the trial of the only U.S. bank indicted after the financial crisis. Newsy talked to director Steve James.

Watch citizens fleeing underground in Syria

Airstrikes and continuous shelling are driving the residents of Eastern Ghouta, Syria underground. Health clinics have run out of medical supplies and are now using expired medicines as newborns must take their first breaths underground.

Trump supports arming teachers with guns

President Donald Trump said that he supports the idea of arming school teachers and providing them training so they are in a position to fend off an attack at a school.

Here's How The Russians Just Dominated Women's…

Just minutes after Evgenia Medvedeva set a world record in the women's short program, her teammate bested her, setting up an intense final event.

Concert Venues Are Beginning to Ban Cell Phone…

Live shows are beginning to take steps to keep you from recording the show. Buzz60's Tony Spitz has the details.

More Celebrities Pledge Donations For March For…

More celebrities are pledging $500,000 donations to the March for Our Lives event in Washington, D.C.

Deadly airstrikes drive residents underground

Airstrikes and continuous shelling are driving the residents of Eastern Ghouta underground. CNN's Sam Kiley has the latest.

Stars recall their struggling artist days

Taraji P. Henson used to live off inexpensive meals while Gerard Butler worked odd jobs to make ends meet. Jason Priestley recalls being a young, broke actor who always found a way to get by. (Feb. 21)

Leaders React To The Death Of Evangelist Billy…

Christian evangelist Billy Graham died Wednesday. He was 99.

Anna Wintour Throws Shade at Queen Elizabeth II…

Critics slammed fashion guru Anna Wintour for wearing sunglasses during London Fashion Week while sitting next to Queen Elizabeth II. Buzz60's Sean Dowling has more.

Tavis Smiley Sues PBS For Breach Of Contract

Smiley says PBS' investigation into sexual misconduct claims against him was "poorly executed and incomplete."

Atlanta airport 'offers flight' to Wakanda

Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport tweeted a digitally altered picture of gate T3, which showed a flight departing to Wakanda. HLN's Melissa Knowles explains.

Biographer Reflects on Rev. Graham's Legacy

The Rev. Billy Graham was famous as the minister to presidents from Harry Truman to Barack Obama. But biographer Grant Wacker says the North Carolina preacher would have been leery or too close an association  with the current occupant of the White House.  (Feb. 21)

New Details Emerge In The January Train Crash…

A preliminary report says a garbage truck was on the train crossing before the vehicle was hit by a train carrying GOP lawmakers.

The REAL Olympics Can't Compete with This…

The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Animal Care and Control is hosting its own winter Olympics in North Carolina. Tony Spitz has the details.

Kate Middleton Might've Worn A Green Dress To The…

The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dark-green gown to the BAFTAs, and social media users on Twitter expressed their disappointment.

Pres. Trump's complex relationship with guns

While he pledges his love of the Second Amendment, President Trump has sometimes butted heads with the NRA's gun policies.

Tracy Letts: 'I had some great stuff land on my…

Actor and playwright Tracy Letts has supporting roles in 'Lady Bird' and 'The Post.' He says he's 'real lucky' to be a part of the two Oscar nominated films. (Feb. 21)

The Southern Poverty Law Center Says White…

The SPLC's new "Year in Hate" report identifies 954 active hate groups in the U.S.

You Could Buy Michelangelo's Villa (if You Have…

If you’ve got $9 million burning a hole in your pocket, you could buy a Tuscan farmhouse once owned by Michelangelo. Buzz60's Josh King has more.

What Do The BAFTA Winners Say About The Upcoming…

"Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" won five of the top honors at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts movie awards.

Toobin: Insane to arm teachers with guns

CNN's Jeffrey Toobin says it is insane to think that arming all teachers in the US with guns is a good solution to stop school shootings.

Samsung Electronics to slash OLED panel…

Samsung will slash output of its organic light-emitting diode (OLED) panels in response to its customer Apple’s decision to cut production of iPhone X amid weak demand.

Mueller Asks If Manafort Offered A Banker A White…

Federal investigators are reportedly looking into whether or not Mueller promised to get a Chicago banker a White House job in exchange for loans.

Fashion Show Picks Top 10 Instagram Models Who…

If you’re trying to model in 2018, these days, being a social media influencer can be a big part of the job. Buzz60's Nathan Rousseau Smith has the scoop on the top 10 from the International Fashion Show’s Next Big Things 2018.

'Black Panther' Leaps High Expectations And…

"Black Panther" managed the second highest debut of any Marvel film — and that's just one of the many records T'Challa and company broke this weekend.

How opioid addiction is hurting businesses

Many business owners say they're struggling to find workers. The economy is strong, but the labor force participation rate is near a forty-year low. Where have all the workers gone? One factor -- the opioid epidemic. The human tragedy is also an economic crisis. Christine Romans talks to business owners about the search for the missing workers.