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Former Cosmopolitan magazine editor-in-chief shares her rules for a healthy dating 'diet'
Dating in the digital age can be a bit daunting and at times feel unhealthy, but Joanna Coles, a former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan magazine, offers some solutions in her new book, "Love Rules." "I think of it as a diet book for love because food and love are two things we cannot do without,"
'It celebrates a different kind of female boss': Joanna Coles on new show 'The Bold Type'
When Joanna Coles, the chief content officer of Hearst Magazines , was 12 years old she created a magazine and sent an issue to Buckingham Palace for Queen Elizabeth. While it might have been a foreshadow for her future career in the publishing business, the British native didn’t consider that
'The Godfather' Mansion Is on the Market for $195 Million
One of the most iconic homes in Beverly Hills, The Beverly House, is back on the market. This time for a whopping $195 million. The home is best known for being the mansion featured in the 1972 film, "The Godfather." It was also featured in Whitney Houston 's film debut, "The Bodyguard," in 1992
The movie that defines each top 25 college hoops team
The Way-Too-Early Top 25 rankings for next season in college basketball have been updated , and now that rosters are beginning to crystallize, it's time to get familiar with each team. Identifying the song that identified each team was too much fun, so now we're looking at movies. 1. Duke Blue
ABC News Announces "Your Voice, Your Vote" 2016 Election Coverage Led by Chief Anchor George Stephanopoulos
“World News Tonight” Anchor David Muir and Chief Global Affairs Correspondent Martha Raddatz Moderate First and Only Democratic and Republican Presidential Candidate Debates in New Hampshire ABC News’ Powerhouse Political Team Will Report and Provide Analysis on Debates, Conventions, Issues and the
From James Bond to Luke Skywalker: The Movies Leading Hollywood Right Now
Favorite actor - go. Matt Dowd: You tell me Daniel Day Lewis is in a movie, I’ll go see it. LZ Granderson: Meryl Streep could play MLK Jr and I would see it. MD: Isn’t there a movie now where she’s a bit part? LZ: "Suffragette." MD: Right, just a very bit part. Did you see "Sophie’s Choice"? LZ: Of
'Happy Face Killer's' Daughter Melissa Moore Comes Face-to-Face With Sister of Father's First Victim
Melissa Moore, the daughter of the notorious serial killer in the ‘90s known as the “Happy Face Killer,” has made it her mission to speak out on behalf of relatives of other serial killers. But for the first time ever, Moore decided to meet face-to-face with a relative of her father’s first victim.
The Note: What Candidate Trump Means For The GOP
By MICHAEL FALCONE NOTABLES --DONALD TRUMP SAYS HE’D ‘WIN EASILY’ IF HE RAN WITH OPRAH. According to Donald Trump, a 2016 ticket of Trump for president and Oprah Winfrey for vice president would be a lock for the White House, ABC’s CHRIS GOOD notes. "I think Oprah would be great. I'd love to have
The 10 Best Beach Hotels in the Caribbean
Many U.S. beaches become enjoyable again once now that summer weather hits. But there are still quite a few reasons to plan a Caribbean summertime escape; hotel prices are much lower than the ones you'll find over the holidays and spring break, you won't have to worry so much about the kids'
Manhattan Hotel Honors the End of ‘Mad Men’
“ Mad Men ” may be littered with great plot lines and iconic characters, but the real star of the show for many fans has always been New York City. The AMC series is a celebration of sorts of the style, fashion and in some cases decadence of a city that show creator Matthew Weiner went to great