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Quentin Tarantino apologizes to Roman Polanski rape victim
Quentin Tarantino has apologized to Roman Polanski rape victim Samantha Geimer for comments he made in a 2003 radio interview with Howard Stern
Quentin Tarantino apologizes for Uma Thurman incident
The director called his decision to have her drive during a famous "Kill Bill" scene "the biggest regret of my life."
Amid controversy, Tarantino expresses regret over Thurman
Director Quentin Tarantino has expressed regret for the car crash that injured Uma Thurman during shooting of 'Kill Bill' the greatest regret of his life
'GMA' Hot List: Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson plays piano with his feet
Plus, ABC News' T.J. Holmes recommends filing your taxes early this year in order to get your refund fastest, and Amy Robach shares her most "embarrassing" plane story.
Jane Fonda had a cancer removed from her lip
While promoting the upcoming season of her Netflix show, "Grace and Frankie," the actress explained that she was wearing a bandage on her face as a result of the procedure.
Jan. 6, 2006: Howard Stern on morality and the FCC
The radio host said that it is the personal responsibility of the guests on his show to decide what is morally right.
Jan. 6, 2006: Howard Stern says the strength of his show is ‘honesty’
My show has been so shut down by the government by the religious right by outside forces I stand do we have by material. So do you think this kind of gave kind of progression. I think you personable the I understand the strength of my show I think better than anyone have what it really is
Nov. 10, 1995: Howard Stern on why he feels his work is important
The radio host said that at 5 years old, he knew he wanted to do a "stream of consciousness" radio show that made people laugh.
David Letterman's new Netflix talk show will feature former President Barack Obama as the first guest
ABC News' Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Women accusing Trump of sexual misconduct urge Congress to investigate
The president says all 16 accusers are lying, while his U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley says they should be heard.