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Jon Stewart Says Donald Trump 'Can't Ruin Everything'
Satirical comedian tries to quell fears about the next four years with a Trump presidency.
Tracy Morgan Talks Recovery From Fatal Car Crash, Family And More
Funnyman recalls coming back from his accident, the love of his family and inspiration he gets from comedy greats.
ARCHIVAL VIDEO: 40 Years Later, Japanese Protest Nuclear Warfare in Hiroshima
Aug. 4, 1984: In remembrance of the bombing, protests of nuclear warfare in Hiroshima.
Ethan Hawke Talks Chet Baker and 'Born To Be Blue'
Hawke appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers and looks back at his incredible big screen career.
Carol Burnett and the Savvy Contract that Led to The Carol Burnett Show
The legendary actress talks to Peter Travers about launching her variety show and her least favorite role.
11 Movies You Should Watch Before Netflix Purges Them
Netflix regularly adds to and removes entertainment titles from its streaming lineup, but it's purging nearly 100 titles by Jan. 1, leaving only two days for Netflix subscribers to catch these hits. The reason behind the latest purge is not clear. Last April, Netflix lost an agreement with Warner
Shirley MacLaine Chose Career Over Me, Daughter Says
"Mommie Dearest" is the classic movie about what it was like growing up the daughter of a Hollywood star. The star, Joan Crawford, came to be seen as the epitome of the mother no one would want. Now the spotlight is on the parenting skills of another Hollywood icon, Shirley MacLaine . Watch the
Actor Jack Klugman Dies at Age 90
Jack Klugman, one of television's most-loved actors, died today at the age of 90. He died peacefully at his home in Northridge, Calif., with his wife, Peggy, by his side, according to an announcement by his attorney. In a career that spanned more than 60 years, Klugman epitomized the "everyman,"
Feb. 8: Telecommunications Act of 1996
1996 Telecommunications Act President Clinton signed the Telecommunications Act of 1996 intended to bring communication laws up to date. The goal of the legislation was to open markets up to more competition, promote innovation and lower prices. To demonstrate new technology affected by the ...
Tony Curtis' Iconic Performance: 'Some Like It Hot'
News of the passing of legendary movie actor Tony Curtis has no doubt sent millions of film aficionados to their stash of DVDs. And as they comb through the pile, most will no doubt pull out "Some Like It Hot," the 1959 gem directed by Billy Wilder that co-starred Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon. In