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French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron has vowed to keep up France's operations against extremists in Iraq and Syria within a U.S.-led coalition
Fyre music festival in Bahamas billed as luxe is 'postponed' after 'total disorganization and chaos'
A luxury music festival planned for this weekend in the Bahamas has been postponed amid a storm of social media complaints from attendees and a statement by the island nation’s tourism office calling the situation "total disorganization and chaos." The official website for the Fyre Festival posted
Amazon's Alexa gets makeover as virtual fashion assistant
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Heineken releases politically-charged commercial
Advertising executive Donny Deutsch weighs in on Heineken's new commercial that addresses feminism and transgender rights.
What's in a name? Family hopes naming of giraffe's calf will honor their late son
Gio Maggiore's parents said the six-year-old's biggest fear was being forgotten. Now his family is hoping that memory of him may live on in through the naming of a newborn giraffe. The Massachusetts boy, who died April 10 after battling a congenital heart defect during all of his short life, loved
Lea Michele plays Two Truths and a Lie and dishes on her new album 'Places'
And we want to thank everybody in our studio. Thank you for coming in. We want to thank everybody at home. We have a very special guest joining us at the table. The grammy-winning artist for her starring role on "Glee." She has a new album. She's here to talk about it. Please welcome lea Michele.
Popular YouTube family speaks out about backlash from prank videos
Michael and Heather Martin talk exclusively with "GMA" about their controversial videos in which they play pranks on their children.
Parents speak out about backlash over YouTube prank videos: 'We were going for shock value'
The Maryland parents who came under fire for making videos of themselves pulling pranks -- which critics say are gratuitously cruel -- on their children say they are "ashamed" by their behavior and described the videos as being just for "shock value." "[What] you see on our YouTube channel is not a
YouTube ad boycott could spell trouble for Alphabet's Google
YouTube's inability to keep ads off unsavory videos is threatening to transform a rising star in Google's digital family into a problem child