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Hillary Clinton Accepts the Democratic Nomination
At DNC, Clinton makes history as the first woman ever to accept a nomination of a major party.
Writer: Gay Rights TV Miniseries Is for All, Including Trump
Writer Dustin Lance Black says his upcoming TV miniseries about the gay rights movement is for everyone, up to and including the incoming president
Oscar Winner Dustin Lance Black talks LGBT Issues and the DNC
The award-winning screenwriter and director talks with ABC News' LZ Granderson over ice cream.
Politically Charged Oscars Sparks More Controversy
Host Chris Rock's monologue and some acceptance speeches have led to a new backlash over the awards ceremony.
Lindsay Lohan, Kim Kardashian Set to Attend White House Correspondents' Dinner
For 364 days a year, Washington, D.C., jokingly bears the nickname "Hollywood for ugly people." But on Saturday, the beautiful West Coast crowd will flock to the powerful East Coast city for a night of presidential roasting and political toasting at the 98th annual White House Correspondents'
Exclusive: Behind the Scenes of 'J. Edgar'
How did “J. Edgar” come to be? Check out this exclusive clip featuring interviews with star Leonardo DiCaprio and writer Dustin Lance Black about how they brought the story of the founder of the FBI to life, and watch more never-before-seen clips on the “J....
Ferguson Discusses 'Modern Family' F-Bomb Episode
Jesse Tyler Ferguson from modern family who is freaked out by LB Channel 8 daily if you could see at home and how insane it is here right now perhaps it's lies Mariah she is Forest being erected over here that it's insane there's only able to insanity. This is more than expected in. The car and
'Barefoot Bandit's' Courtroom Drama Ends With 6-1/2 Year Sentence
A federal judge in Seattle sentenced the "Barefoot Bandit" to the maximum six and a half years in prison for a string of thefts and burglaries after the 20-year-old bragged to friends in emails from jail that prosecutors were fools and he would emerge "unscathed." Judge Richard A. Jones on Friday
'Barefoot Bandit's' Lawyers Call His Emails "Not Unusual" for an Upset, Young Man
Ahead of his sentencing on Friday, the attorneys for the "Barefoot Bandit" say the emails disclosed this week in which he criticized police and prosecutors, were taken out of context and it was "not unusual" for the young man to be upset with authorities. Colton Harris-Moore, 20, pled guilty to