Barry Diller News
Chelsea Clinton joins Expedia board of directors
Chelsea Clinton is joining the board of directors of online travel booking site Expedia
141st Westminster dog show preview
ABC News' Amna Nawaz heads out to the Westminster dog show to take a look at preparations for the furry entries.
Local DC Charity Organizes Operation Christmas Miracle
ABC News' Kenneth Moton meets the volunteers at Central Union Mission who are making sure children in need are getting gifts this holiday season.
Hillary Clinton to Phone Into California Fundraiser Due to Pneumonia
In the heart of the general election season, Hillary Clinton has decided to take two days off and possibly more following the diagnosis of pneumonia by her doctor, Lisa Bardack, who suggested Clinton "rest and modify her schedule." Clinton was scheduled to fly to San Francisco Monday for a
Supreme Court's Aereo Decision Victory for Broadcasters
In a victory for broadcasters, the Supreme Court today ruled against Aereo, a start-up company that transmits to its subscribers broadcast television programs over the internet for a monthly subscription fee. Aereo, backed by media mogul Barry Diller, does not have any license from copyright...
Young Money Talks an Old-School Game in Washington
The heir to a billion-dollar hotel fortune, Patrick Gage, is an avowed warrior in the global fight against human trafficking. But ask him out for a beer to talk about it and he would, by the letter of the law, be compelled to turn down...
Shmoop Uses Humor to Make Learning, Test-Prep Fun
There's a reason why nearly 10 million kids a month come to Shmoop to get help with test-prep and studying : The site is funny -- funny in an adolescent way -- their way. Why the yuks? Because Shmoop surveyed students and found that what they disliked most about conventional test-prep and online
TV Broadcasters vs. Aereo: Supreme Court Agrees To Hear Major Case
The Supreme Court announced today it would take up a challenge from the major broadcasting networks to Aereo–a retransmission service backed by media mogul Barry Diller. Aereo transmits to its subscribers broadcast television programs over the Internet for a monthly subscription fee. It does not...
'This Week' Roundtable: 'Duck Dynasty' Debate
Matthew Dowd, Greta Van Susteren, Bill Kristol, Donna Brazile, and Steven Rattner on the "Duck Dynasty" controversy.