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Tupac Shakur letter reveals why he split from Madonna
A letter that will soon go up for auction was written by Shakur during his time in prison and explains that the late music legend dumped pop icon Madonna because she's white.
'10% Happier': Tom Bergeron, Host of 'Dancing with the Stars'
ABC's Dan Harris talks with Bergeron about how he got his start in the television business and his meditation practice
Trump's long history of calling women 'crazy,' attacking their appearances
President Donald Trump made insulting comments about MSNBC personalities Mika Brzezinski and Joe Scarborough today on Twitter, calling Brzezinski "crazy" and claiming she was "bleeding badly from a face-lift" a few months ago. This is far from Trump's first attack on a woman, and his relationship
Judd Apatow reveals secrets about his family and career
Apatow gives details about his life, career and new projects "The Big Sick" and "May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers."
Bill Cosby trial: A complete timeline of what's happened since 2004
As the Bill Cosby sexual assault trial comes to a close in Pennsylvania after just one week, ABC News looks back at the extraordinary sequence of events that led to the public downfall and criminal prosecution of a man who was once one of America’s most beloved comedians. Mid-Jan.–Mid-Feb. 2004
Howard Stern cancels his radio show for the day, taking his first "personal day" since 1985
ABC News' Adrienne Bankert reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Russell Crowe responds to tabloid body shaming
The "Gladiator" actor took to Twitter to respond to comments on his current look.
Why John Mellencamp says he is difficult to date
John Mellencamp admitted that he's not an easy man to date. "Oh, women hate me," the thrice-married singer, 65, told Howard Stern on his SiriusXM radio show . "I think it’s because I’m a child. I throw fits, I gripe, I complain. I’m moody. Every bad thing that a fella can be, that’s me," he
Howard Stern faces invasion of privacy lawsuit
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
No More Questions
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's October 17 Great Debates Issue. Subscribe today! H e went by Billy at his first NFL job. It was 1975. He was 23, a failed college football lineman, and the Baltimore Colts agreed to hire Billy Belichick as a glorified gofer. Since then, he has been called