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Comic Ken Dodd, whose fame rivaled The Beatles , dies at 90
Ken Dodd, a titan of a vanishing age of British comedy whose U.K. fame at its peak rivaled that of The Beatles, has died, his publicist said Monday
The Lemon Challenge: Meet the best friends who started the viral movement
Best friends Dillon Hill and Chris Bentancourt challenged "GMA" to take part in their Lemons for Leukemia Challenge, a social media campaign to raise awareness about bone marrow donation.
US pushes prosecution of ISIS fighters despite allies' reservations, internal dissent, and budget constraints
As the fight against ISIS evolves into the next phase, the Trump administration is turning to law enforcement across the world to combat the terror group, but its efforts to prosecute terrorists in court are facing pushback from allies, disagreement within the administration, and the prospect of
Quincy Jones apologizes for 'word vomit' and 'silly' statements made about Michael Jackson and more
Quincy Jones has apologized on Twitter after recently dropping bombshells about Michael Jackson , The Beatles and Marlon Brando after a surprise "family intervention" staged by his daughters. "A couple weekends ago, my six daughters (who I'm beyond proud of ) took me aside to do a surprise 'family
Chadwick Boseman on how 'Black Panther' is revolutionizing superhero movies
Boseman discussed the significance of the success of "Black Panther" on "The View."
US commandos searching Syria for executed hostages' remains: Officials
American special operations forces and FBI agents on the ground in Syria are actively searching sites where they believe Western hostages, including Americans executed by ISIS , may have been buried, counterterrorism officials told ABC News. Three officials briefed on the ground searches by U.S.
Olympics 2018: Opening ceremony 'Peace in Motion' kicks off Pyeongchang Winter Games
The 23rd Olympic Winter Games officially kicked off in Pyeongchang, South Korea, today with a dazzling spectacle featuring a parade of participating nations and a whimsical storyline. Although competition for the 2018 Winter Olympics began Thursday, the much-anticipated opening ceremony started
The Note: Shutdown ends, but costs rise for GOP
The TAKE with Rick Klein Budget peace is messy, sleep-deprived and expensive. And those were only one a few of the steep costs incurred in Washington this week. Overnight Senate and House votes mean one of the shorter and most pointless shutdowns in history will itself be history with a morning
Two of the ISIS executioner 'Beatles' captured in Syria
Two notorious British ISIS members believed to be involved in the brutal torture and beheadings of Western hostages are being detained by U.S.-backed rebel forces in Syria, U.S. officials confirmed. The pair were part of a group of four ISIS members from the United Kingdom nicknamed " The Beatles "