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The Latest: Trump Receives First Intelligence Briefing
The Latest on the U.S. presidential campaign (all times EDT): 5:10 p.m. Donald Trump is receiving his first national security briefing. The celebrity businessman and Democrat Hillary Clinton are entitled to receive the briefings as their parties' presidential nominees. Trump received the briefing
Clinton Shrugs off Trump Shakeup, Attacks His Tax Plan
Hillary Clinton shrugged off Donald Trump's latest campaign shakeup Wednesday, saying he's the "same man" who would cut taxes for rich people while she would force the super-wealthy to pay more
Why Paul McCartney Probably Won't Tour With Ringo Starr
Paul McCartney has a logical reason for why he doesn't foresee himself touring with former Beatles bandmate Ringo Starr . "It's never come up,” he told Rolling Stone . “We come together for things like the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame . But to actually tour together; leave well enough alone."
Rod Stewart Chosen for Knighthood by Queen Elizabeth
Just call him Sir Rod. Rod Stewart has been knighted by Queen Elizabeth II as part of 2016 edition of the U.K. monarch's annual Birthday Honors List . The two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer is being recognized "for services to the music and charity." In 2007, Stewart was acknowledged by the Queen
‘Hot Dudes Reading’: Men of Viral Instagram Account Reveal Summer Book Picks
Hot Dudes Reading, the Instagram account that features photos of attractive men reading in public, is now coming to followers as a book. That’s right. Creators of the account that has nearly 900,000 followers are putting photos of their good-looking subjects reading books into an actual book --
Oprah Warned Paul McCartney Against Working With Kanye
Oprah Winfrey may be known for her celebrity influence, but she wasn't quite able to dissuade Paul McCartney from collaborating with Kanye West on the rap star's song "All Day." The issue, apparently, was the song's content. McCartney explains in a recent interview with John Wilson for BBC Radio
Sir Paul McCartney Reveals Why the Beatles Really Broke Up
The legendary songwriter also explains how his late wife Linda stopped him from over-drinking.
Paul McCartney Reveals What Really Split Apart the Beatles
Paul McCartney is now opening up about the tough times after the Beatles split in 1970. In fact, the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer said he didn't even know what to do next. "I was depressed. You would be. You were breaking from your lifelong friends," he told BBC Radio 4's Mastertapes. McCartney also
This Week in History: May 15-21
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.