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Moore tells accusers to 'tell the truth' while making final appeal to voters
Roy Moore , the Republican candidate for Senate in Alabama, told the women accusing him of sexual misconduct to "tell the truth" as he made a final push to woo voters ahead of the state's general election on Tuesday. At his final rally on Monday night, Moore appeared to target the eight women who
Jane Fonda uses 80th birthday to help others with fundraiser
Jane Fonda says he thinks having more women in power across industries will help reduce the number of sexual harassment claims
Wendy Williams celebrates 1,500 episodes of talk show after fainting scare
Wendy Williams celebrated the 1,500th episode of her eponymous talk show today. "I've gotten quite comfortable on this purple couch," the host, wearing a sparkly emerald dress, said Monday. "I love this silly show. I'm so glad that you apparently love it, as well." This milestone comes nearly two
Backlash against Kevin Spacey for coming out in apology to Anthony Rapp
Early this morning, Kevin Spacey addressed actor Anthony Rapp's allegation that, when he was just 14, the " House of Cards " star made a sexual advance. Rapp, now 46, accused Spacey during an interview with BuzzFeed of trying to seduce him while attending a party back in 1986. Spacey posted a
ANALYSIS: Corker draws line in the sand in questioning Trump's fitness for office
This is no mere Twitter war. Sen. Bob Corker , R-Tenn., in choosing to revive and escalate his critique of President Trump , has crossed a critical threshold in questioning the president’s fitness for the office. The fact that Corker is not alone in his party — and that is a fact — has implications
Reporter’s Notebook: Moving Muhammed Ali higher with silent protests
The last time I remember a national political conversation like this was in the run-up to the Iraq War . Not since Rosie O’Donnell was on daytime television screaming across a split-screen at Elisabeth Hasselbeck has there been a time when those in my personal circles were this polarized. It seems
Lawmakers, celebrities pay tribute to Edith Windsor: 'Few made as big a difference to America'
Following the death Tuesday of Edith Windsor -- whose landmark Supreme Court case struck down parts of a federal anti-gay marriage law and paved the way toward legalizing same-sex nuptials nationwide -- lawmakers, celebrities, and other public figures were quick to honor her legacy and contribution
OJ Simpson says he has led a 'conflict-free life'
"The View" co-hosts discuss Simpson's comment at his parole hearing, as well as America's fascination with his legal troubles.
'A League of Their Own': A real-life former player on what the film got right
"A League of Their Own" came out 25 years ago today, but the Penny Marshall-directed film is far more than just a movie for the women who took the baseball diamond more than 70 years ago during World War II and for years after. The 1992 blockbuster centers on the All-American Girls Professional
President Trump meets with South Korea's Moon Jae-in
ABC News' Lana Zak, Ali Rogin and MaryAlice Parks report from Washington, D.C.