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Academy of Country Music Awards 2016: What to expect from the awards show
On Sunday night in Las Vegas, the 52nd Academy of Country Music Awards will debut at their new home, Sin City's T-Mobile Arena. While the venue may be new, the hosts aren't -- Luke Bryan and Dierks Bentley are old pros by now. Bryan hosted three times before with Blake Shelton, and this will be his
Billy Bush Is Leaving 'Today'
Billy Bush is leaving "Today." NBC said in a statement obtained by ABC News that effective today, the journalist will no longer be a part of the morning show's 9 a.m. hour. In a separate statement, Bush, who did not reveal his future plans, said, "I look forward to what lies ahead." "I am deeply
Nancy O'Dell Responds to Donald Trump's Leaked Comments
"Entertainment Tonight" co-host O'Dell said there is "no room for objectification" after leaked audio revealed Trump's discussing her in vulgar terms.
Nancy O'Dell Addresses Lewd Trump Recording on 'ET'
Nancy O'Dell returned to work today after being thrust into the political spotlight last week.
Second Presidential Debate Behind the Scenes
The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump came at a tumultuous time for both candidates.
Woman Who Was Discussed on Lewd Trump Recording Speaks Out
Nancy O'Dell, co-host of "Entertainment Tonight," responds to the controversial video.
Nancy O'Dell Addresses Lewd Donald Trump Recording on 'Entertainment Tonight'
Nancy O'Dell returned to work today after being thrust into the political spotlight last week. The "Entertainment Tonight" host addressed her viewers in a clip from tonight's show , reiterating that everybody deserves respect. Last Friday, an 11-year-old recording of Donald Trump making lewd
Billy Bush Is Suspended From NBC After Trump Tape Release
The NBC host was suspended, with no word on whether he will return to "Today."
Donald Trump's Treatment of Women in Question
After a 2005 "Access Hollywood" audio clip was leaked of Trump's lewd comments towards women, a former "Apprentice" producer says there are "far worse" tapes and this is "just the beginning."
Trump Tries to Save His Campaign, Vows Not to Drop Out of Race
The GOP nominee has apologized for sexually offensive comments he made about women in 2005.