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Nick Nolte looks back on his movie roles, drugs, mug shots
Nick Nolte looks back on his movie roles, his drug use and his mug shots in his new memoir, "Rebel: My Life Outside the Lines."
Jonathan Karl is ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent and Chief White House Correspondent. He regularly contributes to all broadcasts, including "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight with David Muir," and "Nightline." In addition, he hosts a weekly podcast "Powerhouse Politics." Karl has
Barbra Streisand cloned her dog twice
In a new interview with Variety , Barbra Streisand discusses her life and career, and revealed some pretty interesting tidbits. Here are a few of the biggest takeaways: 1. Streisand, 75, owns three dogs: Coton de Tulears named Miss Scarlett, Miss Violet and Miss Fanny. Scarlett and Violet were
LeBron James says 'Laura who?' as he responds to the Fox News host telling him to 'shut up and dribble'
LeBron James says he didn't know who Laura Ingraham was until she started an NBA-like trash-talking feud with him on her Fox News show by telling him "shut up and dribble" in response to his bashing of President Trump. But the 33-year-old Cleveland Cavaliers star said Ingraham couldn't have picked
Valentine's Day: the seven most romantic movies to get through the day
Ah love! Whether basking in it or just taking time for self love, 'tis the season. Film critic Peter Travers has put together a list of seven of the most romantic flicks to get into the spirit of the day. So grab the remote, a cozy blanket and settle in. 1. “The Shape of Water” In director
Surprising story of the song from 'Dirty Dancing' and some of the other iconic love songs from movies
When it comes to writing a love song, Diane Warren knows a thing or two about what makes a great one. The songwriter, who received her ninth Oscar nomination for the song “Stand Up For Something” from the movie “Marshall,” is behind some of the greatest romantic hits, including “I Don’t Want to
How the Golden Globes made history and how far there still is to go
The Golden Globes was a night of firsts, but still some at the event pointed out how far the entertainment industry has to go. From "This Is Us" star Sterling K. Brown becoming the first black man to win best actor in a drama to Oprah Winfrey becoming the first black woman to receive the honorary
Golden Globes 2018: Predicting the nominees
This year's Golden Globe nominations are arriving at a time of heightened awareness about sexual harassment and misconduct in the entertainment industry. When the nominations by the Hollywood Foreign Press are announced Monday, both Lauren Moraski, HuffPost’s entertainment editorial director, and
A-list stars join together for telethon benefiting victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma
Some of the biggest names in entertainment will appear tonight on a telethon to benefit victims of hurricanes Harvey and Irma. "Hand in Hand: A Benefit for Hurricane Relief" will be broadcast live from 8 p.m. to 9 p.m. EST on all four networks, including ABC, and several cable channels. The
Trump to skip Kennedy Center Honors amid boycott threat; center is 'grateful'
President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump will skip the Kennedy Center Honors, one of the nation's highest-profile event honoring performing artists, after some awardees threatened to boycott a pre-ceremony reception at the White House. The White House announced Saturday that the Trumps