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Egyptian activists pan US actress Helen Hunt in open letter
Egyptian activists have condemned American actress Helen Hunt for her participation in a government-organized youth conference they say is whitewashing authorities' appalling human rights record and suppression of free speech
'Facts of Life' star Mindy Cohn reveals her breast cancer battle
The actress opened up about her ongoing health battle in an interview with People magazine.
Ryan Murphy: It's not easy for women over 40 in Hollywood
ABC News' Michael Rothman and fivethirtyeight's Walt Hickey talk to the showrunner of " FEUD: Bette and Joan" at the NYC red carpet.
Grammys on The Hill Preshow
ABC News' Geneva Sands chats with presenters and attendees at Grammys on The Hill.
Donna Brazile: 'That's Why I'm With Her'
Donna Brazile tells the Democratic Convention that Hillary "quietly fought hard for the voiceless among us" when no one was watching.
A Look at Protests Outside Philadelphia's City Hall
ABC News' Charli James takes a walk around Philadelphia's City Hall to see the various demonstrations and protests unfold.
Never Too Old to Learn to Swim
ABC News' Brad Mielke visits an NYC pool that offers swim classes to seniors who want to learn a new skill.
'Bewitched' Star Erin Murphy: Where Is She Now?
Child star Erin Murphy was lucky enough to grow up with two sets of parents -- her real ones and Samantha and Darrin Stephens of TV's "Bewitched." Playing the role of daughter Tabitha Stephens, alongside stars Elizabeth Montgomery and Dick York (later played by Dick Sargent), on the hit '60s
Helen Hunt on the Inspiration That Led to Her New Movie, 'Ride'
The Oscar-winning actress wrote, directed and stars in the upcoming film about a mom on the ride of her life.
Movie Review: 'Into the Storm,' Starring Matt Walsh, Sarah Wayne Callies and Richard Armitage
Starring Matt Walsh, Sarah Wayne Callies, and Richard Armitage Rated PG-13 Two-and-a-half out of five stars "Into the Storm" stars a lot of a talented and respectable -- and largely unfamiliar -- actors, and there are likely a couple of good reasons for that. First, it keeps the budget down; and