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US & Canada · Los Angeles
Will Smith Posts Emotional Video Apology Addressing Chris Rock Slap At Oscars
Smith posted a video to his verified Instagram account on Friday that began with the words on screen, "It's been a minute" Smith walked on stage at the Oscars and slapped Chris Rock, who was presenting at the time, after he made a joke about Smith's wife's shaved head. CNN has reached out to representatives for Rock for comment.See the Story
49% Center coverage: 219 sources
Entertainment · Hong Kong
Giant video screen falls on boyband Mirror dancers at Hong Kong concert
A huge video panel fell on the stage during a concert by popular Hong Kong boyband Mirror. At least two dancers were injured, with one in a serious condition and the other stable. Three members of the audience were also injured, local media reported. The hugely popular cantopop group was formed in 2018 through a reality television show.See the Story
48% Center coverage: 103 sources
US & Canada · Jackson
Death toll rises to 8 from "most-devastating" flooding in eastern Kentucky
"We will get through this together," Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear says. The death toll is expected to rise as rescuers search new areas that are impassable. More than 18,000 homes and businesses remain in the dark, according to PowerOutage.us.See the Story
46% Center coverage: 108 sources
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Europe · Moscow
Gazprom says it halts gas supplies to Latvia
Gazprom says it is stopping deliveries to Latvia for an alleged breach of contract terms. Latvian energy firm Latvijas Gaze on Friday announced it was importing gas from Russia from an alternative supplier, other than Gazprom. It is paying for it in euros, instead of rubles, as required by Moscow. Russia has already cut off gas supplies to Poland, Bulgaria, Finland, Netherlands and Denmark. Russia has also halted gas sales to Shell Energy Europe in Germany. See the Story
39% Right coverage: 44 sources
US & Canada · Mississippi
Bacteria that causes rare tropical disease found in US soil
The bacteria was found on the property of a Mississippi man who had come down with the disease, melioidosis. Officials don't know how long it had been there, but they say it likely is occurring in other areas along the Gulf Coast. The illness can start with a wide range of symptoms like fever, joint pain and headaches.See the Story
54% Center coverage: 55 sources
Europe · Washington
Brendan Fraser transforms into a 600 pound man in 'The Whale'
Brendan Fraser is starring in the forthcoming Darren Aronofsky film, 'The Whale' in which he plays a man who weighs more than 270 kilograms.See the Story
44% Left coverage: 27 sources
Europe · Los Angeles
Johnny Depp sells works of art he made for more than 3 million euros
Johnny Depp sold a collection of his paintings for more than $3 million. Depp said the paintings reflect on those who matter most to him, like his family, friends and people I admire. The four main images of Pacino, Taylor, Richards and Dylan went for about $18,000 for the group.See the Story
37% Center coverage: 22 sources
US & Canada · Nashville
Amy Grant hospitalized, in stable condition after a bike accident in Nashville
Six-time Grammy Award-winning singer Amy Grant was hospitalized following a bicycle accident earlier this week. Grant, 61, struck a pothole on Wednesday while riding near Harpeth Hills Golf Course in Nashville, Tennessee. She was wearing a helmet at the time of the accident, according to her representatives.See the Story
42% Left coverage: 24 sources