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Yordano Ventura's death leaves baseball in shock
The news of? Yordano Ventura 's death spread quickly Sunday morning and pierced the veneer of a sports world focused on football playoffs and Grand Slam tennis. And with each new expression of grief or tweet of confirmation, we all experienced the same sequence of emotions: shock and disbelief,
The Latest: AP poll voters not too shabby
The final numbers from the first round are in, and the voters in The Associated Press Top 25 poll did a pretty good job of nailing the best teams
Neil Patrick Harris on How Magic Influences His Acting
Harris appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his new role in Netflix's "A Series of Unfortunate Events"
10% Happier: Josh Radnor of 'How I Met Your Mother'
The actor, writer, director told ABC News' Dan Harris that he discovered meditation after a break-up and never stopped.
Jim Carrey Sued by Mother of Ex-Girlfriend
The actor is facing a new lawsuit after his former girlfriend, Cathriona White, died of a prescription drug overdose last year.
Jim Carrey Responds to Wrongful Death Lawsuit Filed Against Him
Jim Carrey has responded to the wrongful death lawsuit filed against him by the estranged husband of his ex-girlfriend, calling the action a "heartless attempt to exploit me or the woman I loved." Mark Burton, who was married to Cathriona White at the time of her death last year, filed suit in Los
Jim Carrey Calls Lawsuit Over Ex-Girlfriend's Death 'Heartless'
The actor is facing a wrongful death lawsuit that alleges he is responsible for the overdose suicide of his on-and-off girlfriend, 30-year-old Cathriona White.
'GMA' Hot List: Adam Sandler, David Spade Get Their 'Do-Over'
The actors discuss their Netflix movie, plus Dan Harris does double duty as "500 Questions" host and turns up the trivia heat on Ginger Zee and Lara Spencer!
Adam Sandler and David Spade Team Up for Netflix Comedy, 'The Do-Over'
Adam Sandler and David Spade have been making magic together since the 1990s. Now, the funny men are starring in the new Netflix movie, "The Do-Over." "It was actually better because we've never done it, just us, and we didn't have those other guys around to deal with," David Spade quipped this