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A Look at Hacked Emails From Clinton's Campaign Chairman
Hacked emails released in daily dispatches this past week by the WikiLeaks group exposed the inner workings of Hillary Clinton's campaign leading up to her 2015 announcement that she would seek the presidency and through this year's primary
The Latest: Clinton Has Twice as Many Six-Figure Donors
Hillary Clinton has at least twice as many six-figure donors as Donald Trump
Celebrities Congratulate Hillary Clinton's Historic Nomination at the DNC
Public figures spanning the spectrum -- from elected officials to chart-topping musicians to award-winning TV and film stars -- took to Twitter Thursday evening to congratulate Hillary Clinton on becoming the Democratic party's presidential nominee. It also marks the first time a female will lead a
Julianne Moore Releases Fourth Book in 'Freckleface Strawberry' Series
Julianne Moore is out with the fourth title in her children's book series, "Freckleface Strawberry." The new book, "Freckleface Strawberry and the Really Big Voice," focuses on the character, Windy Pants Patrick, who apparently has not mastered his "indoor voice." Moore said the story teaches young
All the Glam From the Cannes Red Carpet
This "Pop news" is all about the gorgeous, the generous and the ugly. You've heard the good, the bad and the ugly. First up the gorgeous. The 69th annual Cannes film festival is under way and it kicked off with a screening of woody Allen's film "Cafe society" starring Blake lively who attended it
Best Looks from Cannes Film Festival
Stars stun on the red carpet during the opening night of the 2016 Cannes Film Festival.
Gingers Unite: Day of the Walking Red
Hundreds of red-headed people gathered in Australia to march in the country's first ever "Ginger Pride Day," an anti-bullying parade celebrating red-heads around the world.
New Documentary Pulls Back the Curtain on Star-Studded Met Gala
"The First Monday in May" gives the first behind-the-scenes look at the glamorous event.
Georgia Governor Said He Will Veto 'Anti-LGBT' Bill
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said this morning he will veto House Bill 757, also known by critics as the "anti-LGBT" bill. Opponents of the bill have argued that it discriminates against gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender people. "I do not think that we have to discriminate against anyone to