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67 Times Donald Trump Tweeted About the 'Birther' Movement
With just 10 words on Friday morning, Donald Trump aimed to reverse his long-held position on President Obama's birthplace after years of skepticism and questioning. "President Barack Obama was born in the United States. Period," he told reporters today -- just a day after he again refused to
Kate McKinnon Talks 'Ghostbusters' and its All-Star Female Cast
McKinnon appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" and looks back at the 1980s Classic and back on her SNL career.
Rihanna Concert in Nice Cancelled
The Grammy Award-winner has her show canceled after the deadly attack in France.
Emmy Nominations 2016: A Complete List
The 68th Emmy Nominations are in and as expected, “House of Cards,” “The People v. O. J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” “Black-ish” and “Game of Thrones” led the way. Kevin Spacey and Robin Wright took home nominations, as usual for “Cards,” while Cuba Gooding Jr., Courtney B. Vance and Sarah
Donald Trump and Adolf Hitler Comparison Discussed on 'The View'
The co-hosts have a heated debate about whether or not the attacks are warranted.
Is It Sexist to Not Vote For a Woman?
The co-hosts have a heated discussion about feminism and gender-based voting.
Netflix and HBO Now November Releases List
It's Nov. 1, which means Netflix and HBO have a whole slew of new titles coming your way. From TV to film, check out what you'll be able to watch, below. Netflix Nov. 1 "Beethoven's Christmas Adventure" "Girlfriends' Guide to Divorce," Season 1 " Idris Elba : Mandela, My Dad and Me" "Last Days in
Satire Under Fire: Can Free Speech Go Too Far?
Danish journalist and author Flemming Rose talks to ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos on freedom of expression and the terror attack in Paris.
'This Week' Transcript: Attorney General Eric Holder
This is a rush transcript and may contain errors and will be updated. ANNOUNCER: A special edition of ABC's This Week: terror in Paris. A country on edge after a week of terror. Security in major cities around the world stepped up. The U.S. on alert. One of the highest threat levels since 9/11. Are
Late-Night Hosts React to Charlie Hebdo Attack
The comedy world was left reeling by Wednesday's attack at a satirical newspaper's office in Paris, violence that left 12 people dead. Late-night hosts Conan O’Brien and Jon Stewart discussed the attack on-air Wednesday, delivering solemn speeches about the tragedy and what it means for free