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Is the Running Man Challenge Over?
The latest social media dance craze started with the University of Maryland basketball team and has inspired other college teams to post their own versions.
Bernie Sanders Rails Against Income Inequality in Rural America
The presidential candidate spoke in Huntington, W.Va., on the evening of five Northeast primaries.
Duchess Kate Delivers Heartfelt Speech to Teachers
In a rare and heartfelt speech, the Duchess of Cambridge on Wednesday encouraged social workers and educators to focus on childhood mental health at a teachers' conference in London. Kate, 33, who is increasingly taking a more high-profile role trying to destigmatize mental illness, stressed the
Comedy Central to Air Steve Rannazzisi's Special After He Admitted to Sept. 11 Lie
Comedy Central will air comedian and "The League" star Steve Rannazzisi's stand-up special tonight as planned, the network confirmed to ABC News, just days after he admitted to lying about escaping the World Trade Center on September 11. The special "Steve Rannazzisi: Breaking Dad," is set to air
Comedian Steve Rannazzisi Admits to Lying About 9/11
"The League" actor and comedian admits he lied about escaping the Twin Towers 14 years ago during the attacks of 9/11.
Steve Rannazzisi: 'The League' Co-Stars Speak Out
Comedian and "The League" star Steve Rannazzisi admitted today that in the past he had lied about escaping the Twin Towers during 9/11 . It was revealed by the New York Times that he had not worked at Merrill Lynch and was actually in midtown at the time of the attacks. "As a young man, I made a
Comedian Steve Rannazzisi Lied About Escaping 9/11 Attack
"The League" star is now apologizing for claiming he worked at Merrill Lynch and escaped the South Tower of the World Trade Center on 9/11.
Comedian Steve Rannazzisi Admits He Lied About Escaping 9/11 Attacks
Comedian and "The League" star Steve Rannazzisi has admitted that he lied about escaping the Twin Towers 14 years ago during the attacks of 9/11 . In past interviews, the actor said he was working at Merrill Lynch in the South Tower when the first tower was hit, according to an interview in 2009
Iguodala NBA's no-stats Finals MVP
Editor's note: This story has been updated after the Warriors' title-clinching victory in Game 6 of the NBA Finals on Tuesday. Andre Iguodala was his team's best player, yet he still heard boos. They were coming from his mother. "Ball hog!" Linda Shanklin howled from the stands. "Pass the ball!"