A heartbreaking episode from his show in 1981 serves as a haunting reminder of the pressures of celebrity.
Eighteen-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed on Saturday leading to a weekend of angry demonstrations.
Iran's state TV says engine failure was to blame for the disaster.
The driver, 20-year-old Kevin Ward Jr., had gotten out of his car and was standing in the middle of the track when he was struck by Stewart's car.
It's a crime reminiscent of Boko Haram's mass abductions in Nigeria.
The truce was set to expire at 1:00 a.m. anyway, and it does appear there will be an extension.
The military action will be in support of an second, humanitarian effort to rescue trapped Yezidi citizens.
The kidnapping of an IDF soldier could take the war to a frightening new level.
This is the second time in 13 years, the country has gone into default on its debt, though an overtime deal is still possible.
The Security Council held an emergency midnight meeting to discuss the situation.
Both sides appear to be honoring the temporary truce that went into effect on Saturday.
Though rescue and emergency crews have not reached the site yet, it is not believed that there were any survivors from the plane that went missing on Thursday.
Airline officials say the flight carried 112 passengers and seven crew members and disappeared somewhere over the Sahara Desert.
This would be the first direct accusation from the Americans that ties the Kremlin to the Malaysian Air disaster.
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