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Some male sexual assault victims feel left behind by #MeToo
Some male sexual assault victims feel left behind by #MeToo, admiring the women for speaking out but wondering if they will ever receive the same level of empathy and understanding
Steve Buscemi on his role in the new satirical comedy 'The Death of Stalin'
Buscemi appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and talks about his role as Nikita Khrushchev in new political satire film "The Death of Stalin."
Roberts County: A year in the most pro-Trump town in America
Miami is a town in the Texas panhandle where everyone knows everyone at the grocery store and servers at the local diner know who likes what kind of pie with their chicken fried steak. The community's busy season is largely dictated by the needs of the cattle, tended to on sprawling ranches
The Note: Trump and GOP fenced in by wall, immigration
The TAKE with Rick Klein A wall – more specifically, *the* wall – could wind up fencing President Donald Trump and his Republican Party in. A day after seeming to endorse a “clean” bill to help the Dreamers – and also saying he would basically sign any immigration bill Congress could pass – the
Pentagon's top enlisted leader suggests fatally beating ISIS fighters with a shovel
A Facebook post written by a senior enlisted U.S. military leader raised eyebrows this week after it instructed troops to beat ISIS fighters with a shovel if they don't surrender. Senior Enlisted Adviser to the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Army Command Sergeant Major John Wayne Troxell,
July 13, 1984: Kirk Douglas on westerns
Douglas discusses his love for the genre and why moviegoers are attracted to them as well.
'Three Billboards' star Sam Rockwell on Oscar buzz: 'It's kind of overwhelming'
Rockwell appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk his role in the film "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri."
Blaine Harden: 'The population of North Korea is captive'
Author Blaine Harden has extensively studied the history of U.S.-North Korea relations.
'Real Live': Should we continue to remake the classics?
"Murder on the Orient Express" is in theaters today, but do we need more remakes?
'Real Live': Songwriters Hall of Fame 2018 nominees
"Real Live" guests discuss the Songwriters Hall of Fame nominees and the remake of Hollywood classics.