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Edward Snowden Responds to 'Snowden' Movie Trailer
Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Beyonce Kicks Off Formation Tour
The pop icon kicked off her world tour in Miami, performing 37 songs during her two hour concert event.
Mexican Actress Begins Messaging With Infamous 'El Chapo': Part 2
Kate del Castillo and Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman messaged each other using encrypted phones.
Joan Allen Talks ABC's Riveting New Thriller 'The Family'
Allen appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers and talks about why she decided to take on a role in the new TV series.
How Columbine Killers Dylan Klebold, Eric Harris Were Different: Part 2
Experts who have studied the Columbine massacre talk about what set both boys apart and missed warning signs.
'Goodfellas' 25th Anniversary: Where Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and the Other Stars Are Now
It's hard to believe it was 25 years ago that Martin Scorsese 's "Goodfellas" was released in theaters. It remains an enduring classic gangster film that has many scenes fans can easily quote word-for-word: The prison dinner scene, that time at the bar with Billy Batts or how about “I'm funny how,
Matt and LZ Break Down the GOP Debate Winners and Losers
ABC News Contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson analyze the second Republican debate.
The night Terry, Dale and Rusty dueled
The history of NASCAR is written in moments. The races during which the greatest of those moments choose to reveal themselves are the lucky ones. The ones that endure long after their mundane details of their box scores have faded. This weekend will mark the 20th anniversary of one of those events,
'Twin Peaks' Turns 25: Where the Stars Are Now
Twenty-five years ago, Laura Palmer's body was found by the riverbank in the first-ever episode of "Twin Peaks," and fans of the cult classic watched as the tiny Washington town was transformed by her murder. Showtime is attempting to revive the series, though co-creator David Lynch announced a few
A-Rod needs knocks, not notes
Alex Rodriguez took his case directly to the fans, and no, it was not quite as moving as Derek Jeter 's Facebook farewell to the same crowd. Rodriguez said he accepts full responsibility for the mistakes that led to his season-long suspension, mistakes he declined to identify, and for the fact that