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Charlotte Church Backs Trump, Campaign Reaches out to Black Voters
Donald Trump 's campaign is trying to make inroads with African-Americans, as an ABC News/Washington Post poll finds that just 2 percent of black voters support the businessman in his run for president. Prominent surrogates including his daughter-in-law Lara Trump, national spokeswoman Katrina
Feb. 21: Malcolm X Assassinated
1965 Malcolm X Assassinated On Feb 21, 1965, Malcolm X was assassinated while addressing the Organization of Afro-American Unity at the Audubon Ballroom in New York City. He was shot by members of the Nation of Islam, a group that he had been suspended from...
Jude Law Settles Hacking Lawsuit
Actor Jude Law has settled his lawsuit against News International over phone hacking. The star of “Sherlock Holmes” and “The Holiday” is one of nineteen people to receive payouts Thursday after being hacked by staff at the now-defunct News of the World tabloid newspaper. In...
Jude Law, 19 Others Settle Hacking Suits Against Murdoch's Corp.
Actor Jude Law has settled his lawsuit against Rupert Murdoch’s News International over illegal phone hacking allegations. The star of “Sherlock Holmes” and “The Holiday” is one of 19 people to receive payouts today after being hacked by staff at the now-defunct News of the World tabloid...
Piers Morgan on the Defensive in Phone Hacking Inquiry
Former News of the World editor Piers Morgan appeared to backpedal before a British ethics inquiry today, first saying that he didn't believe he had listened to any hacked phone messages, then refusing to discuss how he came to hear a taped conversation between Paul McCartney and Heather Mills. "I
Piers Morgan to Testify in Britain's Phone Hacking Scandal
Piers Morgan will be answering -- not asking -- the questions today when he testifies in an ethics inquiry over Britain's phone hacking scandal involving Rupert Murdoch 's now defunct News of the World. The CNN host is scheduled to appear via videolink before the Leveson Inquiry, a judge-led
Charlotte Church Joins Fight Against Tabloids
You'll remember Charlotte Church the little girl with the voice as clear as steeple bell what she's returned to the spotlight tonight growing up and growing into. A kind of avenger. ABC's Cali Colombia has the story from London. All we do. She was known as the voice of an Angel that big sound from
Scary Breath Holding Spells Turns Kids Blue, Leaves Parents Alarmed
Last Wednesday, 1-year-old Stephen Albert was playing under the wide arm of the couch in his family's Cheverly, Md., home. But as he moved to stand up, his head collided with the couch arm and he sat back down again, hard. "All of a sudden, he let out a wail," said Stephen's mother Jessica Albert,
Band Has Striking Pop Looks, Opera Sound
The members of a hip new band called Amici (which means "Friends") Forever look a lot like the cast of Friends, the TV show. They're young, gorgeous and sexy any observer would think the five members of Amici were one of pop music's latest hot bands. But they're not. Instead, they're the hot new
Nuptial Name Dropping Aid Destination Weddings
As June approaches, it's not just wedding bells that are ringing but cash registers, too. Weddings are big business. According to Bride's magazine and the Condé Nast Bridal Group Wedding Survey, weddings (which also include the cost of a dress and the honeymoon) are a $120 billion industry in the