• 'The Shape of Water' wins top Producers Guild Award

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - Women and inclusivity continued to dominate the awards season conversation Saturday at the Producers Guild Awards, where Guillermo del Toro's fantastical romance "The Shape of Water" won the top award and honorees like Jordan Peele and Ava DuVernay gave rousing speeches to the room of entertainment industry leaders.

  • Trustee: MSU president should quit over sex assault scandal

    DETROIT (AP) - A Michigan State University trustee on Saturday called for the university president to quit over the school's handling of the sexual assault scandal involving former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.

    Trustee Mitch Lyons issued a statement Saturday breaking ranks with the board which had said a day earlier that they supported President Lou Anna Simon.

  • Mudslides take heavy toll on immigrants serving posh town

    Oprah Winfrey and Rob Lowe give Montecito its star power, but it's people like Antonio and Victor Benitez who keep the wealthy Southern California community running.

    The Mexican brothers are gardeners and part of the town's working-class immigrant population, which suffered outsized losses from the recent mudslides that killed at least 21, injured dozens and damaged or destroyed hundreds of homes.

  • US marches for women's rights slam Trump, encourage voting

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Demonstrators from Los Angeles to New York marched in support of female empowerment and denounced President Donald Trump's views on immigration, abortion, LGBT rights and women's rights on Saturday, the anniversary of his inauguration.

  • Congressman denies misconduct claim; ethics probe may follow

    HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - House Speaker Paul Ryan called for an Ethics Committee investigation Saturday after the New York Times reported that U.S. Rep. Patrick Meehan used taxpayer money to settle a complaint that stemmed from his hostility toward a former aide who rejected his romantic overtures.

  • Women will march again with aim to become a political force

    Activists are returning to the streets a year after a million people rallied worldwide at marches for female empowerment, hoping to create an enduring political movement that will elect more women to government office.

    Hundreds of gatherings are planned Saturday and Sunday across the U.S. and in places such as Beijing, Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Nairobi, Kenya.

  • Kristoffersen leads Hirscher by 1 second in World Cup slalom

    KITZBUEHEL, Austria (AP) - Henrik Kristoffersen of Norway led a men's World Cup slalom after the opening run Sunday, threatening Marcel Hirscher's five-race winning streak.

    Kristoffersen timed 55.87 seconds on the Ganslern course to lead Michael Matt of Austria by 0.10, while Hirscher was 1.05 behind in third. Fourth-place Daniel Yule of Switzerland had 1.29 to make up in the final run.

  • Miocic, Cormier defend heaviest titles at UFC 220

    BOSTON (AP) - Stipe Miocic and Francis Ngannou had a violent history of first-round finishes.

    By the time their heavyweight bout reached the fifth round, Miocic and Ngannou huffed, puffed and trudged around the cage without a knockout in sight. Miocic set the UFC heavyweight record with his third straight successful title defense, turning the anticipated slugfest against Ngannou into a methodical and masterful ground-and-pound bout to win the main event of UFC 220 at TD Garden.

  • Paul has 33, Rockets end Warriors' streak with 116-108 win

    HOUSTON (AP) - James Harden felt closer to normal after struggling in his first game back from a hamstring injury, and the Houston Rockets got a big game from Chris Paul to down the Golden State Warriors on Saturday night.

    Paul scored 33 points with 11 rebounds, Harden bested Stephen Curry twice in the final seconds and the Rockets held off the Warriors 116-108 to snap their 14-game road winning streak.

  • Trustee: MSU president should quit over sex assault scandal

    DETROIT (AP) - A Michigan State University trustee on Saturday called for the university president to quit over the school's handling of the sexual assault scandal involving former gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar.

    Trustee Mitch Lyons issued a statement Saturday breaking ranks with the board which had said a day earlier that they supported President Lou Anna Simon.

  • Nadal beats Schwartzman, reaches Aussie Open quarterfinals

    MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) - If Rafael Nadal wanted a fitness test in the first week, he got one in his almost four-hour, 6-3, 6-7 (4), 6-3, 6-3 win over Diego Schwartzman.

    After embracing at the net, his spot in a 10th Australian Open quarterfinal secure, top-ranked Nadal draped an arm around his Argentine friend and patted him on top of the head.

  • Spence stops Peterson in 1st welterweight title defense

    NEW YORK (AP) - Errol Spence Jr. easily defended his welterweight title for the first time Saturday night, beating Lamont Peterson when the fight was stopped just after the bell sounded to begin the eighth round.

    Spence had dominated the fight and both of Peterson's eyes appeared swollen as doctors checked him after the seventh round. The bell rang to start the eighth, and Peterson moved toward the center of the ring when the referee called it a second into the round.

  • 'The Shape of Water' wins top Producers Guild Award

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - Women and inclusivity continued to dominate the awards season conversation Saturday at the Producers Guild Awards, where Guillermo del Toro's fantastical romance "The Shape of Water" won the top award and honorees like Jordan Peele and Ava DuVernay gave rousing speeches to the room of entertainment industry leaders.

  • Jim Rodford, ex-bassist of The Kinks and The Zombies, dies

    LONDON (AP) - Former Kinks bassist Jim Rodford has died after a fall. He was 76.

    The Zombies, the group Rodford had played with since 1999, confirmed the death of the British musician on their Facebook page Saturday.

    Zombies co-founder Rod Argent says his cousin and longtime bandmate was a "magnificent bass player."

  • US marches for women's rights slam Trump, encourage voting

    LOS ANGELES (AP) - Demonstrators from Los Angeles to New York marched in support of female empowerment and denounced President Donald Trump's views on immigration, abortion, LGBT rights and women's rights on Saturday, the anniversary of his inauguration.

  • Dior travels back in time for couture-infused menswear

    PARIS (AP) - Designer Kris Van Assche travelled back in a fashion time machine Saturday while Robert Pattinson explained the importance of clothes for acting roles as he attended Dior Homme's Paris menswear collection.

    Here are some highlights of the fourth day of fall-winter shows:

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  • Singer Ed Sheeran announces engagement on Instagram

    Ed Sheeran has announced his engagement to girlfriend Cherry Seaborn.

    The Grammy-winning singer posted a picture of the two on his Instagram page Saturday morning saying the two got engaged right before the new year.

    He said they are "very happy and in love" and that their "cats are chuffed as well."

    Sheeran said last fall how Seaborn inspired his song "Perfect," which is Number One on the Billboard Hot 100 charts.

  • The Latest: Danish chef behind Noma thanks Bocuse

    PARIS (AP) - The Latest on the death of French chef Paul Bocuse at 91 (all times local):

    4:50 p.m.

    The Danish chef behind one of Europe's most famous restaurants, Noma, has thanked Paul Bocuse for "a lifetime of work and inspiration."

    On Twitter, Rene Redzepi wrote Saturday "RIP Paul Bocuse - sleep well chef" about the Frenchman, who embodied French cuisine all over the world.

  • The Latest: Israeli Arab lawmakers to boycott Pence speech

    AMMAN, Jordan (AP) - The Latest on Vice President Mike Pence's Middle East tour (all times local):

    1:40 p.m.

    The main Arab party in the Israeli Knesset says it will boycott Vice President Mike Pence's speech to the parliament on Monday.

    Ayman Odeh wrote on Twitter Saturday that the members of his Joint List will boycott the speech.

    The Trump administration has infuriated the Palestinians by recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital - a move they see as one-sided.

  • Iran may try to loosen Revolutionary Guard's grip on economy

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Iran's supreme leader has ordered the Revolutionary Guard to loosen its hold on the economy, the country's defense minister says, raising the possibility that the paramilitary organization might privatize some of its vast holdings.

  • 'The Shape of Water' wins top Producers Guild Award

    BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - Women and inclusivity continued to dominate the awards season conversation Saturday at the Producers Guild Awards, where Guillermo del Toro's fantastical romance "The Shape of Water" won the top award and honorees like Jordan Peele and Ava DuVernay gave rousing speeches to the room of entertainment industry leaders.

  • Jordan urges Pence to 'rebuild trust' after Jerusalem pivot

    AMMAN, Jordan (AP) - Jordan's king appealed Sunday to U.S. Vice President Mike Pence to "rebuild trust and confidence" in the possibility of a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, following fallout from the Trump administration's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

    Pence, in turn, tried to reassure the monarch that the Trump administration remains committed to restarting Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts and views Jordan as a central player.

  • Global female empowerment marches enter second day

    ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) - Demonstrations in support of female empowerment are scheduled in cities across the country Sunday, a day after hundreds of thousands of people across the globe marched, chanted and protested.

    Marches are scheduled in several cities, including Miami, Melbourne and Munich.

  • Commercial rocket from New Zealand deploys small satellites

    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) - A rocket launched from New Zealand on Sunday successfully reached orbit carrying small commercial satellites.

    California-based company Rocket Lab said its Electron rocket, which carries only a small payload of about 150 kilograms (331 pounds), successfully deployed an earth imaging and two other satellites for weather and ship tracking after blastoff from the Mahia Peninsula on North Island's east coast.

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