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Michael Fassbender dishes on 'Alien: Covenant'
The actor opens up about his role as an android in the upcoming sci-fi thriller.
Sound Emporium studio given as gift to Lipscomb University
Famous Nashville studio, Sound Emporium, has been given as a gift to Lipscomb University
Celebrating 50 Years of Dolly Parton
You can’t celebrate 50 years of the CMA Awards without celebrating 50 years of Dolly Parton . “Every country person’s dream is… to be part of the CMAs and to win the CMA award,” Parton said during an interview for the ABC News special, “All Access Nashville: Celebrating the CMA Awards With Robin
'Forever Country' Music Video Brings Together 30 Music Stars
In a historic event, the medley honors the 50th annual CMA Awards with stars like Dolly Parton and Willie Nelson.
30 Country Music Stars Join Forces for Historic CMA Music Video
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
30 Country Music Stars Join Forces for Historic CMA Music Video, 'Forever Country'
In a historic event, 30 of country music ’s biggest stars have come together to create a music video called “Forever Country” in honor of the 50th annual CMA Awards . The star-studded medley features a fresh take on three of country’s most classic songs: John Denver’s “Take Me Home,” Willie Nelson
Trump Caters to Coal Country in West Virginia Rally
Charleston, West Virginia -- Before Donald Trump came out to stage at the Charleston Civic Center, it was clear where the crowd’s support was going. Chants of “We want Trump!” rang through the audience. “TRUMP DIGS COAL,” signs were scattered through Charleston Civic Center Thursday evening. One
Scripps National Spelling Bee Announces New Rules
out Cindy: 47 degrees in Boston. prize is also changing. Increasing from 30,000 to $40,000. I remember hosting it back in They're competitive, these young ones. It's always changing. So, that's what's happening. They have to keep one these kids. We have done these stories. Now, new rules. Get
Producer Jerry Weintraub Dies at 77
Famed producer and manager Jerry Weintraub died Monday morning in Santa Barbara, his publicist confirmed to ABC News. The producer behind such hits as the "Karate Kid" trilogy, "National Lampoon's Vegas Vacation" and the "Ocean's Eleven" franchise was 77. The Brooklyn, New York native was known as