Gadgets for the Great Outdoors
Giz Wiz Dick DeBartolo previews the summer's hottest outdoor gadgets.
The Note: What Millennials Want
NOTABLES --2016 RACE SEES SURGE OF INTEREST AMONG MILLENNIAL WOMEN: The drama of this year's presidential election isn't lost on millennial women. In a national poll conducted by ABC News and Refinery 29 of women between the ages of 18 and 35, nearly half said that they were more interested in this
Missouri State Senators Filibuster for 36 Hours to Stop Religious Freedom Law
A group of Missouri senators filibustered for 36 hours this week to stop a vote on a religious freedom measure that they said would discriminate against lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) individuals. Eight Democratic lawmakers in the Missouri state senate are opposed to a
Actress Susan Sarandon Hits Campaign Trail for Bernie Sanders in Iowa
Susan Sarandon introduced Bernie Sanders to an overflow crowd in Iowa, urging them to take a chance on the Senator.
The Note: Debate Over Debates Riles GOP
NOTABLES --GOP CHAIR AFFIRMS CAMPAIGNS SHOULD BE 'MORE INVOLVED' WITH DEBATES: Republican Party Chair Reince Priebus says he agrees that presidential campaigns should take a greater role in determining the format of primary debates, ABC's RYAN STRUYK reports. "I do agree with them they should be
Jeb Bush Reflects on Debate Performance: 'I Gotta Get Better'
With three months until the Iowa Caucus, 10 Republican candidates campaigned in Iowa on Halloween where all the talk was still centered around Wednesday's GOP debate and for Jeb Bush , his lackluster performance. "I have enough humility to know I gotta get better," Bush told reporters. "I don’t
Neil Young, Miguel, Failure and More Music Reviews
This week, Neil Young rages against corporate greed, R&B singer Miguel gets truly funky, nineties apocalyptic grunge act Failure return with their first album in 19 years, rapper Vince Staples releases his debut full-length, Matt Pond PA go in a more commercial direction on their first album in
President Obama Designates First National Park in Chicago, Others in Colorado, Hawaii
It’s always been a dream of President Obama’s to designate a national park in freezing conditions, he joked at a speech today in Chicago . That's what he did. The president announced three new national parks today, including one in a Chicago neighborhood he said he used to drive past every day on
Record Release Rundown: The Latest From Ingrid Michaelson, Nas, Jason Derulo and More
This week Aimee Mann and Ted Leo join forces as The Both, Ingrid Michaelson delivers her most pop-driven album to date, Nas repackages his signature work, Jason Derulo offers up his fourth collection of dance and pop-flavored R&B, the Afghan Whigs return after a 14 year absence, Jessica Lea