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Lauren Bacall, Star of Hollywood and Broadway, Dies at 89
Sultry Actress' 50-Year Career Began With On and Off-Screen Romance With Bogart
Boston Strangler Case Solved 50 Years Later
A water bottle recovered from a construction site where Tim DiSalvo – whose uncle Albert DiSalvo had confessed to being the internationally notorious Boston Strangler – gave police the DNA evidence they needed to bring closure to a case that has been a mystery for nearly 50 years, murders for which
Photos of Famous American Fathers
Robert Redford, Jack Nicholson and others with their children on this holiday.
Barbara Eden: A 'Jeannie Out of the Bottle'
Most of us know Barbara Eden as the delightfully adorable genie from the hit 1960s sitcom "I Dream of Jeannie." Whether it was a magical chemistry with co-star Larry Hagman or Jeannie's unbelievable ability to get herself in and out of trouble, the show was irresistible. In her new book, "Jeannie
Lives of Note
Known in memorial. It's perfectly safe like it. Ships and ships Nicholas Scott only if there any Arctic to map. We remember all of those who died in wardens and the Pentagon released the names of thirteen service members. Killed in Iraq and Afghanistan.
ABC News Update
Hello everyone I'm Stephanie in New York a sprawling storm is bringing high winds flooding and tornado watches along the eastern seaboard today. Parts of North Carolina have seen more than twenty inches of rain since it started falling on Sunday ABC's John Hendrick has more. The remnants of
Tony Curtis' Iconic Performance: 'Some Like It Hot'
News of the passing of legendary movie actor Tony Curtis has no doubt sent millions of film aficionados to their stash of DVDs. And as they comb through the pile, most will no doubt pull out "Some Like It Hot," the 1959 gem directed by Billy Wilder that co-starred Marilyn Monroe and Jack Lemmon. In
Tony Curtis Dies at 85
Actor Tony Curtis was best known for "Some Like It Hot" and "The Defiant Ones."
Oscar-Nominated Actor Tony Curtis Dead at 85
Actor Tony Curtis, who co-starred in movies that ranged from toga epics like "Spartacus" to comedies like "Some Like It Hot," has died. His death was confirmed to ABC News by Curtis' business manager and family spokesman, Preston Ahearn. Curtis died peacefully at 12 a.m. ET while lying in bed
Excerpt: 'Paul Newman: A Life'
Early on, Paul Newman realized that his good looks and baby-blue eyes would help him get in the door, but it was his work ethic that ultimately made him one of America's finest actors. In 1952, Newman went to New York for a year to prove himself and became a part of the Actors Studio. It was there