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Working Families Party Formally Endorses Cynthia Nixon

Working Families Party Formally Endorses Cynthia Nixon

By Verena Dobnik | May 20
New York's progressive Working Families Party formally endorsed "Sex and the City" actress Cynthia Nixon on Saturday as its gubernatorial candidate - challenging incumbent Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Filmmaker Luc Besson Targeted in Paris Rape Complaint

Filmmaker Luc Besson Targeted in Paris Rape Complaint

By Angela Charlto | May 20
French authorities said Saturday they are investigating a rape accusation against "Valerian" filmmaker Luc Besson, who denies wrongdoing.

Japanese Drama 'Shoplifters' Wins Cannes' Palme d'Or

Japanese Drama 'Shoplifters' Wins Cannes' Palme d'Or

By Jake Coyle and Thomas Adamson | May 19
Japanese director Hizokazu Kore-eda's tender portrait of a poor, improvised family "Shoplifters" has won the Palme d'Or, the top award at the Cannes Film Festival.

First Lady Returns to White House After Kidney Treatment

First Lady Returns to White House After Kidney Treatment

By Darlene Superville | May 19
Melania Trump returned to the White House on Saturday from a weeklong hospitalization after kidney treatment, a lengthy stay that raised questions about whether the first lady's condition may have been more complicated than initially revealed.

Oprah to Idris: Celebrities Spice Up Royal Wedding

Oprah to Idris: Celebrities Spice Up Royal Wedding

By Leanne Italie | May 19
Oprah Winfrey seemed a tad confused about her seating assignment. Serena Williams documented her journey to St. George's Chapel on Instagram. Idris Elba smiled broadly as he escorted his fiancee, model Sabrina Dhowre, who wore the obligatory hat.

Walmart Beats All Around, with E-Commerce Sales Rebounding

Walmart Beats All Around, with E-Commerce Sales Rebounding

By Anne D'Innocenzio | May 19
Walmart is reporting better-than-expected profit and revenue for the first quarter with rebounding e-commerce sales.

AP FACT CHECK: Tesla Safety Claims Aren't Quite Right

AP FACT CHECK: Tesla Safety Claims Aren't Quite Right

By Tom Krisher | May 19
For years, Tesla has boasted that its cars and SUVs are safer than other vehicles on the roads, and CEO Elon Musk doubled down on the claims in a series of tweets this week.

Science Says: Green-Blooded Lizards Pose Evolutionary Puzzle

Science Says: Green-Blooded Lizards Pose Evolutionary Puzzle

By Seth Borenstein | May 19
For some lizards it's easy being green. It's in their blood. Six species of lizards in New Guinea bleed lime green thanks to evolution gone weird.

Teachers Who Led Strikes Now Turning Focus to Elections

Teachers Who Led Strikes Now Turning Focus to Elections

By Melissa Daniels | May 19
As they packed up their protest signs and returned to the classroom to finish out the school year, thousands of teachers in North Carolina turned their attention to a different fight: The midterm elections.

Rhino in San Diego Pregnant, Could Help Save Subspecies

Rhino in San Diego Pregnant, Could Help Save Subspecies

By Julie Watson | May 19
A southern white rhino has become pregnant through artificial insemination at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park - giving hope for efforts to save a subspecies of one of the world's most recognizable animals.

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