- Academy Awards planning to host in-person 2021 ceremony December 2, 2020The Academy Awards ceremony is expected to be a live, in-person event on April 25, 2021.Storm Gifford
- Poetry, prose and passion: Nuyorican Poets Café founder Miguel Algarín dead at 79 December 2, 2020Algarín’s work, and the space he created, inspired and guided generations of artists who performed everything from slam poetry to Latin jazz. When he wasn’t mentoring artists, or stringing profound words together, Algarín was a professor at Rutgers University for more than 30 years.Leonard Greene
- COVID-stricken California bride weds in quarantine December 2, 2020A COVID-19-infected California bride got married from her bedroom window while her groom took his vows outside.Storm Gifford
- Dave Chappelle Netflix special, ‘SNL’ cold opening of premiere episode two of YouTube’s top-trending 2020 videos December 2, 2020Dave Chappelle's comedy special "8:46" is the most viewed YouTube video clip of 2020.Storm Gifford
- Boat captain charged with 34 counts of manslaughter for 2019 California disaster December 2, 2020Jerry Boylan, 67, was skipper of the Conception.Joseph Wilkinson
- A Colorado photographer said he watched the now-famous monolith in southeast Utah fall to the ground December 2, 2020The mysterious monolith discovered last week in a Utah desert just disappeared -- but it wasn't taken by aliens or government conspiracies. It was moved by another phenomenon: TikTokers.
- Vanderbilt's Sarah Fuller tells young girls 'the path to success is a lot of ups and downs' December 2, 2020Sarah Fuller had one message for young women Tuesday when she spoke to CNN's Anderson Cooper: "You can't expect it to be easy. It's never going to be a straight shot."
- A new study found coronavirus may have been in the US in December. That doesn't mean you'll ever know if you had it then December 2, 2020A new study published Monday suggests the novel coronavirus was infecting people across the US as early as December -- a month before the first person known to have been infected with coronavirus arrived in the US from China on January 15.
- A movie shoot for 'She's All That' remake almost temporarily closed a Los Angeles coronavirus testing site December 2, 2020A movie shoot at a Los Angeles landmark nearly temporarily shut down a coronavirus testing site, until city officials stepped in.
- Justice Department rushing to expand execution methods like firing squads for federal death row inmates November 30, 2020The Justice Department has rushed to change the rules around federal death penalties as they expedite a slew of scheduled executions in the final days of the Trump administration, including expanding possible execution methods to include electrocution and death by firing squad.