'Challenge' competitor Joss talks about his sudden ousting from the 'War of the Worlds 2' game.
Evan Rachel Wood talks Frozen 2, being scared, and her legacy of being cool.
Did Gus just break up with his girlfriend Lisa on 'MTV Floribama Shore'?
Tinashe returns with the independently released new album Songs For You.
Robert Pattinson spoke positively of his role as Cedric Diggory in 'Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire,' noting that it was the very reason he continued acting in the first place.
A proposal calls for the Highland Ridge Apartments complex in Edmond to be transformed into a hotel.
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump on Friday touted news reports that a former FBI lawyer is suspected of altering a document related to surveillance of a former Trump campaign adviser in 2016.The Associated Press has confirmed reports by CNN and The Washington Post that the finding is part of a Justice Department inspector general investigation into the FBI’s probe of ties between the Trump campaign and Russia during the 2016 election.
By Brandy McDonnellA version of this review appears in Friday's Weekend Life section of The Oklahoman. Movie review: Disney's 'Frozen II' keeps blazing a trail for its female fairy-tale charactersFor a reminder of how significant the ice - er, ground - that Disney's 2013 animated blockbuster "Frozen" was able to break, look no further than the memes.One that has popped in my news feeds lately features Queen Elsa sending a bevy of Disney Princesses - not even including her misguided sister - sobbing into their pillows by coolly declaring "You can't marry a man you just met.
Most of Oklahoma has a chance of being warmer than normal this winter, with equal chances of above- or below-normal precipitation, climate forecasters said.The Climate Prediction Center on Thursday released its December-February climate outlook for the United States and said much of the southern U.S. is more likely to be warmer than normal during that time.Most of Oklahoma has a 33% to 40% chance of being warmer than normal, and has equal chances of above- or below-normal precipitation.
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The internet slowly trickled back on in Iran on Friday after a dayslong shutdown by authorities amid protests and unrest that followed government-set gasoline prices sharply rising, as the U.S. sanctioned the country’s prominent telecommunications minister over the outage.A week after the gasoline hike, the loosening of the internet shutdown suggests Iran’s government believes it put down the demonstrations that rapidly turned violent, seeing gas stations, banks and stores burned to the ground.