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Everything you need to know about the White House Correspondents' Dinner
The annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner (WHCD) is typically one of Washington’s hottest events. It’s known as a night where journalists rub shoulders with Hollywood celebrities, athletes and White House administrators. But this year is entirely different. Breaking with tradition, President
Don Ohlmeyer, iconic sports, entertainment TV producer, dies at 72
Don Ohlmeyer, one of television's most successful and honored innovators as a producer and programmer in both sports and entertainment and one of the original producers of Monday Night Football, has died at the age of 72. Ohlmeyer enjoyed one of the most successful careers in the history of
Bill Gates: 10 Memorable Moments
A PC industry without Bill Gates is almost unthinkable. And yet it's almost upon us. Here are some fond memories.
George W. Bush promotes new book, reflects on painting
Bush, 70, is promoting his new book, "Portraits of Courage," a volume of his paintings of military veterans.
After The View: October 6th, 2016
Dating at work gone wrong, Kim Kardashian's million dollar interview offer and more After The View.
Smoker John Boehner Joins Board of Tobacco Company
Former speaker of the House and notorious cigarette-lover John Boehner will be joining the board of Reynolds American, America's second-largest tobacco company. The company, headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, owns Camel -- Boehner's professed favorite -- as well as Newport and Pall
Fires Threaten San Bernardino County
ABC News' Olivia Smith talks to a public information officer about the continuing threat and what is being done to stop the spread.
Netflix and iTunes: What's New in June
A new month means new titles on Netflix . " Orange is the New Black " fans should mark June 17 on their calendars, as season four drops then, and those who loved the "Jurassic Park" films are in luck, too: the original, "The Lost World," and "Jurassic Park III" all hit the streaming service on the
Indy 500 Stinger Auction to Raise Money for Children Fighting Cancer
The Indianapolis 500 is kicking off its 100-year anniversary by auctioning off an iconic car to help children fighting cancer. For racing fans, The Stinger is a priceless piece of history. It is an interpretation of the Marmon Wasp, the car known for winning the first-ever Indianapolis 500.