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Everything You Never Knew About 'Star Trek,' Spock and Leonard Nimoy
Adam Nimoy lost his father, Leonard, right in the middle of filming what was supposed to be a celebration of " Star Trek 's" 50th anniversary and its influence on pop culture to this very day. Nimoy died at the age of 83 in February 2015 and Adam had to not only grieve, but figure out what
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
Lauren Bacall, Star of Hollywood and Broadway, Dies at 89
Sultry Actress' 50-Year Career Began With On and Off-Screen Romance With Bogart
Photographer Editta Sherman Turns 100
The woman behind the lens for nearly a century she's been photographing the famous family business nearly lost in the depression. She has to studio in New York's Carnegie Hall nicknamed the duchess of Carnegie Hall well now she's 100 and turning the pages of her treasured album. So many questions
Harry Morgan, Col. Potter on ‘M*A*S*H,’ Dies
Harry Morgan has died, and if his name didn’t register at first when you saw the headline, try thinking instead of Col. Potter on “M*A*S*H.” Or Detective Gannon on “Dragnet.” Or the judge in “Inherit the Wind.” Or any of a hundred other roles he...
Jane Fonda on Love, Sex and Getting Old
Actress and fitness guru opens up about past regrets and her "life review."
Jane Fonda in 'Prime Time': Actress, 73, Opens Up About Her Past Regrets and Getting Older
Jane Fonda calls this time of her life "Prime Time." The actress, activist and fitness guru is now 73, and much to her surprise, she says getting older is not scary at all. "I've never been happier," Fonda told "Nightline" anchor Cynthia McFadden. Fonda has been researching getting older for her
Jane Fonda's 'Third Act' Takes Shape Amid Release of Latest Book, 'Primetime'
A look at the long career of the Oscar-winning actress and best-selling author.
Coalition of The (un)Willing: Can Obama and GOP Leaders Find Compromise on Debt Ceiling? (The Note)
By AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) and Z. Byron Wolf (@zbyronwolf) Even as the rhetoric on the debt ceiling talks continues to reach new heights - President Obama told the Twitterverse the debt ceiling shouldn’t be used as “gun” to extract tax...
Remembering Sidney Lumet
of America's great directors has died in the met who left the world with so many classics. And is immortal movie line. I present it. Network was should be limits satirical look at television news. One of the iconic movies fifty year film directing career told powerful moral tales from the hole in.