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'GMA' Hot List: Ryan Lochte Opens Up About 'DWTS' Experience
The Olympic swimmer reveals what he learned about himself on his time on "Dancing With the Stars," and Mel Gibson discusses his new film and becoming a father again.
'Dancing with the Stars' Week 11 Recap
Time now for the skinny starting with last night special Halloween edition of Dancing With The Stars there's actually a lot of fun Manila the the best dance of the night turned out to be. James in tennis Viennese Waltz burning them a perfect score thirty out of thirty. Runner up for Lori and vowed
The Cure's Lol Tolhurst Discusses His New Memoir and the Band’s Beginnings
Last week Lol Tolhurst, the founding drummer of the Cure, released his memoir, "Cured: The Tale Of Two Imaginary Boys." The book chronicles his lifelong friendship with Cure frontman Robert Smith and the iconic band's beginnings. Although Tolhurst began as the group's drummer, as they expanded from
Michael Moore: 'We Called it on the Crew, the No Problems, All Solutions Movie'
Moore appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" to talk about his new film "Where to Invade Next" and explains why he took a 6-year-break.
Mystery 'GOP Hottie' from Debate Revealed
Twitter started buzzing over Gregory Caruso, who sat behind the moderator during the debate.
The Phil Files: Everybody's a critic
Charley Rosen, author of 18 books about basketball and a former assistant coach under Phil Jackson in the CBA, spent a day with Jackson in every month of his debut season with the New York Knicks , during which the Hall of Fame coach-turned-executive talked frankly about his roster and his new role
Meet Sam, the Cat With Eyebrows
When Amanda Collado found her cat Sam, at first she didn't notice that there was something special about him. "It was actually a friend of mine who noticed that Sam had eyebrows," said Collado, of New York City. "After a brief stint on Reddit, people started comparing him to Martin Scorsese and
Jon Favreau Talks 'Chef' And Returning To His Roots
Favreau reveals how his latest film project stirred up special childhood memories.
Berets Made in France Are Almost Fini
The French beret, once as common in France as baseball caps in America, is in trouble. French production of the iconic wool hats — as synonymous with France as escargot — is in serious decline. France in the 1980s produced several million berets a year, but last year it produced just 160,000.