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Taste of London Kicks Off
ABC News' Terry Moran takes us inside the Taste of London food fest kicking off in Regent's Park.
Dylan's Candy Bar Celebrates National Candy Month
ABC News' Michael Rothman and Nyla Smith head to Dylan's Candy Bar to celebrate National Candy Month and check out the store's 3-D Gummy printer.
'Jeopardy' Reigning Champ Creates Big Social Media Buzz
Buzzy Cohen has become a viral sensation for his antics, including teasing host Alex Trebek and wagering $0.
Jussie Smollett: The Master Prankster?
The "Empire" star appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers and talks about the all new season of his hit show and the long road that led him to his place in the spotlight.
More Please! Jussie Smollett Belts Out a Classic From 'The Sound of Music'
The 'Empire' star appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers and talks about the all new season of his hit show and the long road that led him to his place in the spotlight.
Stars Who've Never Won an Oscar: Ridley Scott, Glenn Close and More
Ridley Scott has directed more than 20 films including "Blade Runner," "Alien," "Thelma and Louise" and "Gladiator," but has yet to win an Oscar, making him one of a number of big names in Hollywood you probably just assumed had taken home an Academy Award at one point or another. Who else is on
Some Pretty Crazy Things Have Gone Down in These 9 Iconic Hotels
Hotels around the world have played major roles in history. For centuries, hotels have been the sites of scandals, parties and secrets. Prizes have been dreamed up in hotels; iconic salads (yes, really) have been invented in hotels; the world's most famous speeches have been drafted in hotels. So
Book Excerpt: Bill O'Reilly's 'Killing Reagan'
Excerpted from Killing Reagan: The Violent Assault That Changed a Presidency. Copyright © 2015 by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard. Reprinted by permission of Henry Holt and Co. All Rights Reserved. Chapter 7: Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum July 15, 1960 8:00 p.m. The man with three years to live is
7 Things Old Hollywood Was Banned From Showing That Now Seem Ridiculous
Decades before there was “ Fifty Shades of Grey ,” even before there was Marilyn Monroe , there was the starlet who was so scandalous she brought censorship into Hollywood. The sultry Mae West was considered a sex symbol in Hollywood for her steamy scenes with male actors. But the blonde
Sophia Loren's Memoir: 12 Things You Didn’t Know About the Screen Goddess
Inside the Italian Actress' Memoir, 'Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow: My Life'