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President's plans for 2018 and possible team reshuffle
Trump is expected to push for infrastructure spending in 2018 and says there will be no DACA deal without a border wall.
Today in History
Today in History Today is Tuesday, March 6, the 65th day of 2018. There are 300 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 6, 1836, the Alamo in San Antonio, Texas, fell as Mexican forces led by General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna stormed the fortress after a 13-day siege; the
How eclipse chasers, small towns prepared for total solar eclipse
Local communities tried to prepare for the onslaught of so-called "umbraphiles," who travel the world chasing the moon's shadow, as hotel rooms were booked up for miles around.
Your playlist for today's solar eclipse features Bonnie Tyler, Pink Floyd and Elvis Presley
If you're one of the estimated 300 million people in the United States who may see the total solar eclipse, then you're in for a real heavenly treat today. For the first time in decades, a total solar eclipse will be visible around the country as the moon moves between the sun and Earth. Although a
Naomi Watts reflects on David Lynch, career-defining roles
Naomi Watts has spent a lot of her on-screen life in danger, menaced by supernatural powers ("The Ring existing in a dystopian future ("Allegiant battling addiction ("21 Grams But she's avoided one of the biggest hazards an actor in the entertainment industry faces: being out of work. For two time
Halsey, Alt-J, Dan Auerbach and more music reviews
This week alterna-pop singer Halsey drops her sophomore album, Alt-J experiment with their subtle third album, the Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach explores old-school pop-rock, Benjamin Booker combines blues, punk and gospel influences, Roger Waters delivers a scathing indictment of the state of the
Inside the London Classic Car Show
ABC News' Bruno Roeber gives a look at the vintage cars at the London Classic Car Show.
No More Questions
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's October 17 Great Debates Issue. Subscribe today! H e went by Billy at his first NFL job. It was 1975. He was 23, a failed college football lineman, and the Baltimore Colts agreed to hire Billy Belichick as a glorified gofer. Since then, he has been called
The xx, the Flaming Lips, Bonobo and Sohn Music Reviews
What stands out most about this week’s new music is how similar it all sounds. I reviewed four new albums. All of them have a chilled, electronic sound for the most part. The xx return with a more forceful record that builds on their signature sound. The Flaming Lips explore somewhat sedate