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Gloria Vanderbilt Opens Up About Past Romance With Sinatra
This morning on "Live with Kelly," Vanderbilt discussed her former romances with the likes of Howard Hughes and Frank Sinatra.
Gloria Vanderbilt Opens Up About Past Romances With Frank Sinatra, Howard Hughes
Gloria Vanderbilt really wants to help others start a dialogue between themselves and their loved ones. That's the idea of her and son Anderson Cooper 's new book, "The Rainbow Comes and Goes." This morning on "Live with Kelly," Vanderbilt discussed her former romances with the likes of Howard
Why This Is Leonardo DiCaprio's Year to Win an Oscar
After six nominations, Leonardo DiCaprio seems poised to finally take home his first Oscar tonight. The 41-year-old actor received his first nomination nearly two decades ago at age 22 for "What's Eating Gilbert Grape." Earlier this year, he picked up his fifth acting nomination and sixth overall
Inside Sen. Marco Rubio's Debate Watch Party
ABC's Josh Haskell into Moines Iowa of course the debates taking place in South Carolina but there's plenty Marco Rubio fans here in a movie heater into mowing. Okay. And as you can see behind me. Giant screen in a movie theaters that's where they're going to be watching the debate tonight. To win
Will Leonardo Finally Win the Oscar This Year?
Leonardo DiCaprio must be hoping the fifth time is the charm. The 41-year-old actor received his fifth Oscar nomination today for "The Revenant," and this year he is favored to win. It would be his first Academy Award. The star reacted graciously to his nomination. "I am so grateful to the Academy
This Week in History: Best Moments from the ABC Archives
Each week Chief White House Correspondent Jonathan Karl digs into the ABC News archives for the best moments in politics, sports and pop culture. It's the ultimate flashback, a colorful dose of nostalgia, all in just 90-seconds. Nov. 29-Dec. 5 Rosa Parks, heart transplant, Elizabeth Taylor, Newt
Some Pretty Crazy Things Have Gone Down in These 9 Iconic Hotels
Hotels around the world have played major roles in history. For centuries, hotels have been the sites of scandals, parties and secrets. Prizes have been dreamed up in hotels; iconic salads (yes, really) have been invented in hotels; the world's most famous speeches have been drafted in hotels. So
I Took a Sound Bath, It Was Loud and Then I Cried
“I think I want to get a sound bath while we’re on the West Coast,” I told my husband as we booked an Airbnb for our planned babymoon. “What’s that?” came his inevitable follow-up question. In truth, I wasn’t entirely sure. I had noticed the phrase appearing in an increasing number of lifestyle
The Favorite Hotels of the British Royal Family
Is it possible to be more excited about the upcoming due date of a baby than the baby's mother? Because we think that might be the case with us and the Duchess of Cambridge's second bundle of joy. Because we're just so excited: The little royal is due this week! So in the spirit of spares (it's
Obama Announces Next-Gen Broadband Council, STEM Program Investments
During the fifth annual White House science fair, the president discusses continual commitment to ensuring young Americans have access to scientific pursuits.