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This Week in History: August 28-September 3
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Bob Dylan in a Minute: Singer-Songwriter Celebrates 75th Birthday
Legendary singer-songwriter Bob Dylan turns 75 years old today. Dylan was born Robert Allen Zimmerman on May 24, 1941, in Minnesota. He later dropped out of the University of Minnesota to pursue his music career in New York City. The writer and artist revolutionized rock 'n' roll songwriting, often
Taylor Swift: Meet the Celebrities She's Brought On-Stage During Her 1989 Tour
Taylor Swift has made her 1989 a star-studded affair. For weeks, the "Bad Blood" singer has invited celebrities to join her on stage, but since coming to L.A. for a series of shows, she's turned things up a notch. During her shows at the Staples Center, St. Vincent, Beck, John Legend, Alanis
Luxury for the Music Festival Set
In late June Ryan Adams and Kayne West, along with bands like The Foo Fighters , Alabama Shakes and Spiritualized will perform at the week long Glastonbury Festival. Like Coachella in California and Roskilde in the hills of Denmark , the shows will attract tens of thousands of mostly young, mostly
Angelina Meets Pope Francis
Angelina Jolie brought her two daughters along to meet the pontiff after a screening of her new film.
And the Winner of Miss America Is ...
quicklist:1 title: New York Woman Crowned Miss America text: Miss New York Kira Kazantsev won the Miss America pageant Sunday night after a show-stopping performance of Pharrell Williams ' "Happy," with the aid of some red Solo cups. Kazantsev, 23, sang the song while sitting cross-legged on the
Kennedy Center Reviews Honors Process After Latino Outcry
After receiving criticism from Latino groups in recent years, the Kennedy Center has pledged to review the way it selects winners of the nation's highest prize for the arts -- the Kennedy Center Honor. The Center will set up an 11-member advisory panel, which includes five Latino members: Gabriel
Omaha Third-Grader Dresses Up as Historical Figure Every Day
It’s certainly not unusual for little girls to enjoy playing dress up, but one third-grader in Omaha, Neb., is taking the hobby to a whole new level. Stella Ehrhart may be only 8 years old, but she sure knows her history. Every day she goes...
Jan. 9: Apple Introduces First iPhone 2007
1991 Geneva Talks Between U.S. and Iraq Representatives from the United States and Iraq met in Geneva to discuss the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait. Secretary James Baker met with Foreign Minister Tariq Aziz for over six hours, but both sides were unable to reach an...
11 Most Startling Revelations in 'Steve Jobs'
Full disclosure: Steve Jobs was my white whale, the interview I wanted more than any other and the day he died I fashioned a black band across the Apple logo on my MacBook. But after reading "Steve Jobs" by Walter Isaacson , I'm fighting the urge to peel it off. For one, the near-600 page tome is a