Justice Department reclassifies marijuana as a less dangerous drug

WASHINGTON (AP) - The Justice Department on Thursday formally moved to reclassify marijuana as a less dangerous drug in a historic shift in generations of U.S. drug policy.

Francis Ford Coppola debuts 'Megalopolis' in Cannes

CANNES, France (AP) - Francis Ford Coppola on Thursday premiered his self-financed opus "Megalopolis" at the Cannes Film Festival, unveiling a wildly ambitious passion project the 85-year-old director has been pondering for decades.

The Academy of Country Music Awards are here; Luke Combs leads nominations

Reba McEntire is hosting Thursday’s Academy of Country Music Awards, promising a night of memorable performances, including a tribute to Toby Keith.

Britain’s Kensington Palace releases image of Prince Louis to mark his 6th birthday

LONDON (AP) - Kensington Palace has released a photograph of Prince Louis to celebrate his 6th birthday, the first image by the Princess of Wales it has distributed since news organizations, including The Associated Press, withdrew a photo edited by Kate over concerns about digital manipulation.

An adored ostrich at a Kansas zoo has died after swallowing a staff member's keys

A beloved ostrich at the Topeka Zoo & Conservation Center in Kansas has died after swallowing a staff member's keys.

#MeToo struggled for traction in France - until Judith Godrèche

CANNES, France (AP) - Before Judith Godrèche kickstarted a #MeToo wave in the French industry, she was one of the first prominent actors to go on the record against Harvey Weinstein.

Skies Over Athens Turn Orange

ATHENS, Greece (AP) - Skies over southern Greece turned an orange hue on Tuesday as dust clouds blown across the Mediterranean Sea from North Africa engulfed the Acropolis and other Athens landmarks.