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Long-awaited display of restored Memphis Belle set for 2018
The World War II bomber Memphis Belle goes on display next spring at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force near Dayton, Ohio
Pierce Brosnan: 'Acting for me is my life force'
Brosnan appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his new TV series "The Son."
Dancing with the Stars Week 2 Recap
It is time to head to the ballroom man it is the second week of competition in time for celeb to hang up there. Dancing shoes will get to the losers of the night but let's start out with their Ridder with the winners that is running back Rashad Jennings. I maybe they showed up and is hidden in
7 revelations from a rare Bob Dylan interview
Bob Dylan gave a rare interview about his life and career, sharing stories about Frank Sinatra , Elvis Presley and more. In a Q&A with author Bill Flanagan that is posted on Dylan's website , the legendary singer-songwriter, who has a new three-disc album coming out later this month, praised Amy
'Feud' director Ryan Murphy on working with women over 40
Murphy appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his new FX series, "Feud."
FAA investigates Harrison Ford over piloting error
The actor's plane came dangerously close to a 737 passenger jet as he landed.
Justin Timberlake Reveals Why He Left NSYNC
Timberlake told The Hollywood Reporter he 'was growing out of it' and wanted to follow his heart.
CFB Hall of Fame dinner part nostalgia, part business
NEW YORK -- If you had been at the annual College Football Hall of Fame celebration last week at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, you might have seen Willie Taggart check in as the South Florida coach and, after being awakened at 1 a.m. to sign the deal, check out as the Oregon coach. The dinner honors
The 27 Best Political Movies and TV Shows to Watch Now
Film critic Peter Travers shares his top picks of everything you need to see this election season.
Not Clowning Around: How Clowns Went From Funny to Scary
A creepy clown craze has taken America by storm in recent months, but it’s not the first time a wave of clown incidents has plagued the nation. In the 1980s, a cluster of phantom clown sightings, mostly reported by children, scared people in the suburbs around Boston, and ever since, similar