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Georgia special election: Why this race matters
ABC News' Steve Osunsami, a resident of Georgia's sixth congressional district, talks about what is at stake in the special election.
Gayle King on Oprah's Secrets
Editor at large Gayle King joins us now for the beautiful studios of the Gayle King show right here. In New York City pulling double duty to death but you're doing something tonight with with Lisa I am Robin first thank you for saying the studio is beautiful because I feel that I do but it's going
Jenny Sanford Is 'Staying True'
Our next guest is known for two things staying true. And moving on staying true with the name of her book which is being released in paperback today. And she's written a new chapter about how she's moved on after her divorce from South Carolina governor Mark Sanford eight months ago. The governor
You know Fashion Week recently concluded here in new York and amongst all the haute couture were number of high tech night dias. Plus some trends recently when it comes to getting good deals on designer brands online. But this is making life easier or just adding more layers it's time to check this
Is the Honeymoon Over for Rand Paul?
Paul stirs up national debate: What will become of this Tea Party candidate?
Financial Reform: Backdoor Bailout?
We cannot have a circumstance in which meltdown and financial sector once again puts the entire economy and her. And if there's one lesson that we've learned. It's that. A unfettered market. Where people are taking huge risks and expecting taxpayers to bail them out when things go sour. Is simply
Judges Pick the Funniest TV Commercials
In a 2003 IKEA commercial a young woman discards a red lamp on a street curb. Sitting next to a black trash bag in the rain, the lamp appears cold and lonely. Inside a nearby home, the woman lovingly touches her new lamp. A melancholy tune plays in the background, and the camera pans to the lamp as
More ads coming to TV even to one-time havens
Coming soon to your TV: More advertising, in places you might not expect. The ads are showing up where people used to enjoy a break from advertising, such as video on demand and on-screen channel guides. Even TiVo, which became popular for its technology that lets people skip TV commercials, is
Ad forecaster: Worst is over, but recovery will take a while
An advertising forecaster said Monday that the worst is over for the U.S. ad slump but that across-the-board revenue growth won't resume until well into 2011. Magna, a unit of the Interpublic Group, estimated second-quarter ad revenue fell 18% and said revenue will fall 14.5% for the year — the