The heated political rhetoric across the U.S. continues one week after the shooting of Republican Congressman Steve Scalise.
The report shows that the "Star Wars" actress had cocaine, heroin and ecstasy in her system when she died; her daughter said she openly struggled with drug addiction and mental illness.
After the jury was unable to overcome their deadlock, the D.A. promised to re-try the case soon.
Carrie Fisher, known to many as Princess Leia in "Star Wars," suffered a massive heart attack last year; newly released coroner's report also blames the often-undetected condition of sleep apnea.
The jet was forced to make an emergency landing after an engine failed.
West starred in the popular cult favorite 1960's TV show "Batman."
Woods said he had taken multiple prescription drugs; toxicology reports showed there was no alcohol in his system.
Fans were hoping to see a glimpse of Prince Harry's girlfriend Meghan Markle, who was not in attendance at the church ceremony; it's reported she will be at the reception later at the Middleton home.
Bon Jovi performed for the graduating class after they won a contest run by MTV's college network.
Kimmel posts a note of thanks for the outpouring and support from fans after sharing his personal story of his son's open-heart surgery.