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Obama: African-American Museum Tells 'Story of All of Us'
President Barack Obama says the Smithsonian's new African-American history museum is great because it does more than tell stories about the famous
Music Matching Comes to Tinder
Tinder is teaming up with Spotify to allow users a see one another's most-played songs.
TED Conference Creator in $10M Lawsuit Over Sale of Spinoff
The man who created the TED conference is embroiled in a $10 million legal dispute over the sale of a TED spinoff that focuses on medicine
Eddie Murphy Stars in 'Mr. Church'
After a 4-year hiatus from the big screen, the comedian takes on a new role in a drama motion picture.
ABC News Digital Kiddie Caucus
ABC News' Amna Nawaz and 538's Walt Hickey speak to children ages 5-9 to get a sense of what America's youngest think of 2016.
Investigators Attempt to Determine Why Rising Pop Star Was Shot Dead
The gunman who shot and killed Christina Grimmie allegedly travelled to Orlando with the intent of killing her.
'Once' Director John Carney on his Newest Stealth Musical 'Sing Street'
Carney appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers and talks about finding the right notes for making big screen movie musicals work.
Ellen DeGeneres Convinces HBO to Air Terminally Ill Comedian’s Comedy Show
Ellen DeGeneres is helping to make a terminally ill comedian's dream come true. Quincy Jones, a Los Angeles-based comedian who has terminal cancer, appeared on " The Ellen DeGeneres Show " on Monday, where the talk show host revealed that she had convinced HBO to air an hour-long stand-up special
Paul McCartney and Others React to George Martin's Death
Famed producer and "Fifth Beatle" Sir George Martin has died at the age of 90. The man who contributed to some of the classic songs the iconic group put out over the years affected so many and the likes of Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr immediately took to their websites and social media to pay
Morgan Freeman and John Legend Will Present at the Oscars
A brand new batch of Oscars presenters were announced on Thursday, including the likes of Oscar winner Morgan Freeman . Freeman, 78, and John Legend, along with J.J. Abrams, Sacha Baron Cohen and Henry Cavill , were announced in an official release from The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and