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Chris Tucker on First Full-Length Comedy Special
The comedian talks to George Stephanopoulos about his new special on Netflix.
Netflix and iTunes: What's New to Stream in July
As the summer heats up, the streaming options on Netflix and iTunes get better and better. July is no different. There is a ton of new titles to check out this month like Shailene Woodley 's hit "Insurgent" out on iTunes and the all-new "Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp" reboot on Netflix
Lady Gaga Takes on 'Oz'
Sorry this is quick and simple we just want to show it to you lady got on Good Morning America yesterday and she put on quite a performance. She was performing her show applause and it was kind of like an indoor. Concert that she put on audience. And just the stage is incredible it was yellow brick
Oscars Academy Adds Latinos, Member Complains It's "Affirmative Action"
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced on Friday they have invited 276 artists and executives to join the ranks of the organization that hosts the Oscar awards ceremony. A record 22 Latinos were asked to join the exclusive group this year in an effort to diversify the Academy’s
WHCD Memories: Chris Tucker : Who is Michael Steele?
Hi how are yeah Signet next chairman Michael Steele here on the red carpet or your under the right partly. Is there anyone you're excited to be and everyone actually. In this commitment by the Chris Tucker good to see him over and say Dylan thanks thanks for stopping by we understand it that you
Worlds Collide At WH Correspondents' Dinner
Past Attendee Reflect On The Oddities Of Mixing Politics, Journalism, Celebrities
Chris Tucker Facing Foreclosure on Mansion
Actor and comedian Chris Tucker is facing foreclosure of his multi-million dollar Florida mansion, according to court papers filed earlier this week. The star of the “Rush Hour” trilogy and the comedy favorite “Friday” purchased the 10,000-square-foot lakefront home in 2007 for $6 million. The...
'Grand Theft Nation': Obama and Ali Bongo
The family that is ruled the African nation of bone for decades has been accused of taking bribes stealing hundreds of millions of dollars and presiding over a system. Rife with corruption. That didn't stop president Barack Obama from the inviting the Gabon president Ali bongo to the White House
President Ali Bongo of Gabon Visits U.S.
Bongo is accused of massive corruption, but still gets a White House invite.