Bill Keveney, USA TODAY

Bill Keveney

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Los Angeles, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Bill:

Screams and cries: Abortion providers recall moment Roe v. Wade was overturned, haunting patient reactions

Some abortion providers had to deny care after the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade Friday. Others mourned, but vowed to continue fighting. → Read More

Are LGBTQ rights next? How Supreme Court abortion ruling could threaten gay marriage, contraception

The Supreme Court could create a path to undue protections for same-sex marriage, contraception, consensual sex and other rights. → Read More

Refugee crisis escalates, UN says, amid hopes for cease-fire, evacuations: live updates

UN now says 1.5 million refugees have fled Ukraine for neighboring countries. Zelenskyy calls again for a 'no-fly' zone over Ukraine. → Read More

Smithsonian Latino museum takes big steps, but top question remains: Will it be on the National Mall?

Supporters of the new National Museum of the American Latino want to see it built on the National Mall to ensure Latinos are properly celebrated. → Read More

Black history mission guided work of pioneering teacher, from classroom to TV show to trivia game

Edward Beasley Jr., one of the pioneering educators who launched Black studies programs in the '60s, found creative ways to inform the larger culture. → Read More

Native American tribe's eviction plan raises civil rights concerns. Should US government intervene?

A Native American tribe's plan to evict tenants from HUD-assisted homes, the latest clash in a long disenrollment dispute, is under federal review. → Read More

Edward Shames, last of the surviving WWII officers who inspired HBO's 'Band of Brothers,' dies at 99

Shames, who took part in D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, was in Easy Company, the unit that inspired the 'Band of Brothers' book and miniseries. → Read More

Edward Shames, last of the surviving WWII officers who inspired HBO's 'Band of Brothers,' dies at 99

Shames, who took part in D-Day and the Battle of the Bulge, was in Easy Company, the unit that inspired the 'Band of Brothers' book and miniseries. → Read More

Ed Asner, seven-time Emmy winner, TV's beloved Lou Grant and star of 'Up,' dies at 91

Ed Asner, who became a household name playing Lou Grant on 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show,' won seven Emmys, a record for a male actor. → Read More

Britney Spears cartwheels on Instagram after winning right to hire lawyer in conservatorship case

Britney Spears will get to select her own lawyer in her fight to end her conservatorship, Judge Brenda Penny ruled at the pop star's July 14 hearing. → Read More

Britney Spears cartwheels on Instagram after winning right to hire lawyer in conservatorship case

Britney Spears will get to select her own lawyer in her fight to end her conservatorship, Judge Brenda Penny ruled at the pop star's July 14 hearing. → Read More

Daytime Emmys: Alex Trebek, Larry King win on same night they receive in memoriam tributes

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, first lady Jill Biden praised Alex Trebek, while Kathie Lee Gifford honored longtime co-host Regis Philbin. → Read More

How Jack Black got hurt helping Conan O'Brien end his TBS talk show (it didn't stop him singing)

Conan O'Brien supersized the last episode of TBS' 'Conan,' with Jack Black and Will Ferrell on hand. O'Brien will move on to an HBO Max variety show. → Read More

Jeffrey Toobin returns as CNN legal analyst, apologizes for sexual misconduct on Zoom call

Longtime CNN legal correspondent Jeffrey Toobin apologized for his behavior on a Zoom call in his return to CNN duties Thursday after a leave. → Read More

Jeffrey Toobin returns as CNN legal analyst, apologizes for sexual misconduct on Zoom call

Longtime CNN legal correspondent Jeffrey Toobin apologized for his behavior on a Zoom call in his return to CNN duties Thursday after a leave. → Read More

Chris Cuomo's calls with brother Gov. Andrew Cuomo's staff on sex harassment claims 'inappropriate,' CNN says

A report says CNN's Chris Cuomo talked to his brother, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, and staff about how to respond to sexual harassment allegations. → Read More

ABC renewals: 'The Rookie,' 'The Goldbergs' will be back; 'Black-ish' plans final season

ABC Friday announced show renewals, including "The Goldbergs," and cancellations as it puts the final touches on its 2021-22 schedule. → Read More

Bill Maher tests positive for COVID, forcing cancellation of Friday 'Real Time' episode

Talk host Bill Maher, who's fully vaccinated, was found to be positive for COVID after a weekly 'Real Time' test. He's asymptomatic and feeling fine. → Read More

Ellen DeGeneres on why her talk show will end in 2022: 'My instinct told me it's time'

The daytime talk star, who just surpassed 3,000 episodes, explains why she's ending her show in Thursday's monologue, accented by her signature humor. → Read More

George Clooney jokes wife Amal watching 'ER' reruns has been 'a disaster for my marriage'

George Clooney, Julianna Margulies and fellow 'ER' stars shared laughs, memories and opinions on whether the hit medical drama should be rebooted. → Read More