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WWE Stars and Celebrities React to Chyna's Death
Former professional wrestler and reality TV star Chyna was found dead Wednesday in a Redondo Beach, California, apartment. Chyna, born Joan Marie Laurer, was 45. The Rochester, New York, native's cause of death is still being investigated by the Los Angeles County Coroner's department. After news
Virginia Mom Thanks White State Trooper for Not Stereotyping Her Son
A Virginia State Trooper’s act of kindness has gotten him a lot of attention from one loving mom. Dr. Nada Owusu’s son, Joseph, was driving home from an exam at Virginia Tech on May 14 when one of his tires had “blown off his car,” ABC News affiliate WSET-TV/ABC 13 reported on Tuesday. According to
Remembering B.B. King: Celebrities React to Blues Icon's Death
Word of blues icon B.B. King’s death was met with sadness, as music fans celebrated his impact and legacy . King, 89, was one of the music world’s most prolific acts. He performed a reported 15,000 times during his career. “What a brilliant man you were. One who will forever be noted as such an
The Note: Keeping An Eye On Chris Christie
NOTABLES --CHRISTIE POLITICAL ALLY TO PLEAD GUILTY IN BRIDGE PROBE: A key figure in the corruption scandal that threatens New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s political career is poised to plead guilty in federal court today, sources told ABC’s JOSH MARGOLIN . Word of David Wildstein’s expected guilty
A Look at What's Making Montel Williams Cry
Talk-show host Montel Williams made an emotional plea to President Obama today -- calling on the president to gain the release of an American veteran imprisoned in Iran for nearly four years. Williams, a retired lieutenant commander with the U.S. Navy, joined the family of Amir Hekmati at the U.S.
Why is Montel Williams Crying?
In a press conference Thursday morning, talk show host Montel Williams pleaded with the Obama administration to demand the release of Amir Hekmati, a U.S. veteran imprisoned in Iran.
Cleveland Kidnapping Survivors Talk About Whether They Can Forgive Ariel Castro
Cleveland kidnapping survivors Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus talked publicly for the first time about moving on after their escape from the Cleveland home where Ariel Castro held them captive for years, and whether or not they can find forgiveness. “I thought about that a lot, and I’m like, ‘Should
EXCLUSIVE: American Prisoner in Iran Taunted After Obama's White House Correspondents' Dinner Speech
Just hours after President Obama used his appearance at the White House Correspondents' Dinner to call for the release of an American journalist held prisoner in Iran, another American held at the same prison was taunted by Iranian prison guards who told him the president did not mention his name,
Montel Williams Withdraws Endorsement of Payday Loan Business
Former talk show host distances himself from MoneyMutual after the company agrees to pay New York state.
#Crimingwhilewhite and #Alivewhileblack Go Viral With Stories of Racial Bias
Two hashtags with stories of alleged racial bias by police have gone viral in the wake of a decision by a Staten Island grand jury not to indict a New York City police officer in the choking death of Eric Garner. Each hashtag focuses on individual stories about how people say race has affected