Leonardo DiCaprio News
5 Things to Know About the Smithsonian's Ruby Slippers
The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History has launched a crowd-funding campaign on Kickstarter to preserve the ruby slippers from the 1939 movie "The Wizard of Oz"
DiCaprio Says He's Cooperating With DOJ in Malaysian Scandal
Leonardo DiCaprio says he's awaiting direction from the U.S. Justice Department regarding any ill-gotten funds that may have supported his environmental foundation or 2013 film "The Wolf of Wall Street."
UN Continues to Support DiCaprio's Work on Climate Change
UN spokesman expresses continued support for Leonardo DiCaprio's work as a "Messenger for Peace" for climate change despite an environmental group's demand that he resign over alleged ties to a Malaysian corruption scandal
"South By South Lawn" at the White House
ABC's Arlette Saenz explores the creative wonderland set in the Obama's backyard at the White House.
On the White House Lawn, A Tech/Culture/Music Gathering to Rival SxSW
ABC News' John Parkinson and Arlette Saenz are at the South by South Lawn festival at the White House, where musicians, entrepreneurs, and artists have gathered to showcase the latest in culture and technology.
Leonardo DiCaprio's Malibu Beachfront Home Is On the Market for $10.95 Million
It looks like Leonardo DiCaprio is saying bye bye to Malibu. The Oscar winner is selling his beachfront property in the California coastal town for $10.95 million, according to online real estate website Trulia . If DiCaprio, 41, does sell his home at full price he'd make a major profit. The actor
How Sustainable Brands Are Turning Their Backs on 'Fast Fashion' Trend
Every fall, fashionistas and students heading back to school rid themselves of their old, worn garments to gear up for the newest trends. And that mantra -- out with the old, in with the new –- is reinforced in the constant cycle of trends that make their appearances on the runway each season, and
Robert De Niro on Being an Actor Today, What He's Learned From His Movies
Robert De Niro, who stars in the film "Hands of Stone," visited ABC News' "Popcorn With Peter Travers."
Mayim Bialik and Marcie Leeds Recreate Iconic Scene From 'Beaches'
Nearly 20 years after they appeared together in the 1988 classic "Beaches," Mayim Bialik and her co-star Marcie Leeds reunited for the first time. The pair re-enacted their iconic opening scene, in which Bialik and Leeds played 11-year-old versions of Bette Midler and Barbara Hershey 's characters.