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Kendrick Lamar wins Pulitzer Prize for 'Damn'
The disc is the first nonclassical or jazz album ever to win the honor.
Lawsuit dropped between Elaine Wynn and ex's former company
A years-long boardroom battle involving the company founded by embattled former Las Vegas casino mogul Steve Wynn and his ex-wife has settled on the brink of the start of trial in Nevada state court
'A Quiet Place' director John Krasinski on directing his first horror film and working with wife Emily Blunt
Krasinski appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" and talks about why he decided to take on his very first horror film.
'American Idol' Hollywood Week: 169 hopefuls arrive, but only 24 could survive
Things are moving quickly on the new season of "American Idol." On Monday night's episode, 169 hopefuls arrived at the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles for Hollywood Week, but only 24 were expected to survive. By the show's end, both the initial "lines of 10" round and the dreaded group round were over
'American Idol' recap: All the details of the season premiere
" American Idol " is back to sing another day. The show's two-hour premiere Sunday night on its new network, ABC, showed a kinder, gentler side of the singing competition, which previously ran for 15 seasons on Fox. Lionel Richie, Katy Perry and Luke Bryan are at the judges' table this time around
Singer and actor Vic Damone dies at 89
Singer and actor Vic Damone, one of the generation of crooners that included Frank Sinatra , died Sunday in Miami Beach, Florida, at age 89. Damone died at Mount Sinai Medical Center in Miami Beach surrounded by several relatives, his family confirmed in a statement. Born Vito Farinloa in Brooklyn,
Texas congressional candidate Laura Moser on DACA, Hurricane Harvey and Women's March
ABC News' Rachel Scott interviews Moser, an outspoken critic of President Donald Trump.
Moranbong Band, Kim Jong Un's answer to K-pop, garnering attention in South Korea
North Korea's arrival at the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang may have captured the attention of foreign leaders, but it's a different dignitary who has South Korea enthralled this week. Weeks after South Korea agreed to accept a delegation from their isolated neighbors, local media has been
Keith Jackson was the sound of college football
Among Keith Jackson's many broadcasting skills lived that Sinatra-like sense of timing. If he had to leave us, which he did Friday night at age 89, four days after the end of the college football season seems about right. Few telecasters have become as identified with a single sport to a national
Dennis Rodman on his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un: Part 3
"Even though they say he's a bad man but he, to me, he's not a bad man," the former NBA player told ABC News' Bob Woodruff.