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50 Years of James Bond Stars
Fifty has never looked better. It's been 50 years since the first James Bond film, "Dr. No," premiered in theaters. Since then, more than 20 films featuring the iconic spy have come out. In November, the 23rd, "Skyfall," descends on 007 fans. But while Bond's history is well up in the double
Person of the Week: Academy Awards Hosts Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin
When you think back to Academy Awards ceremonies over the years, you might not remember what Julia Roberts wore or who won for best supporting actor, but you probably remember the hosts, particularly if they made you laugh and kept the show moving along. This Sunday, for the first time in 23 years,
Traveling with the Stars: Robert Wagner
Actor Robert Wagner, who appears occasionally on CBS' Two and a Half Men, chronicles his six decades in show business in his bestselling memoir Pieces of My Heart, which will be released in paperback on Sept. 15. He spent part of the 1960s living in Italy and France but now resides in Aspen.,
Excerpt: 'Losing Mum & Pup'
Christopher Buckley Shares His Relationship With His Larger-Than-Life Parents
Study Shows Antibiotic Harms ALS Patients
Researchers hoped minocycline might have helped those with Lou Gehrig's disease.
David Niven Jr. Answers 20/20 Viewers' Questions
In an investigation for 20/20, Brian Ross reported on event planner Aaron Tonken who admitted to using millions of dollars intended for charities to get A-list stars and politicians to attend some of Hollywood's biggest fund-raisers. The report points up how easily individuals can be duped into
Con Man on Payola in Hollywood Fund raising
Former event planner Aaron Tonken admitted in an exclusive interview with ABC News that he used millions of dollars that were supposed to go to charity to get A-list stars and politicians to attend some of Hollywood's biggest fund-raisers. "I was a con artist," Tonken said. "I broke the law in many
David Niven Jr. Answers Your Questions
Americans are generous. Individuals, estates, foundations and corporations gave an estimated $240.72 billion to charitable causes in 2003, according to Giving USA 2004, a study released by Giving USA Foundation. With about 30,000 new charities created annually, would-be givers are bombarded with
Book Excerpt: "Remarkable Changes"
Jane Seymour, an acclaimed actress with more than 50 motion pictures and television programs to her credit, has written her third book, Remarkable Changes. Seymour says this latest work revolves around seven signposts of change stops we all visit, and perhaps revisit, on the turbulent voyage of
The Wolf Files: Oscar Goofs, Gaffes and Blunders
The glitter, the glamour and the chance to see the high and mighty fall on their million-dollar, silicone-sculpted behinds that's why millions of people watch the Oscars. Sally Field who won Best Actress honors in 1984 for Places in the Heart set the standard for big stars who have been