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Jonathan Karl is ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent and Chief White House Correspondent. He regularly contributes to all broadcasts, including "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight with David Muir," and "Nightline." In addition, he hosts a weekly podcast "Powerhouse Politics." Karl has
Eric Clapton says he's going deaf but insists he's 'still going to work'
Eric Clapton revealed a bit of disconcerting news about his health during an interview Tuesday on the U.K.'s BBC Radio 2 , telling interviewer Steve Wright that he's "going deaf." The guitar legend explained that he has tinnitus, an affliction that causes constant ringing in the ears and is often
'Lost Boys' celebrates 30th anniversary
Monday marks the 30th anniversary of "The Lost Boys," the stylish 1987 horror comedy film that some say reinvigorated the vampire genre for a new generation. "The Lost Boys" made vampire films young and sexy, and predicted books and films like the "Twilight" series, and TV's "Buffy the Vampire
Simon Cowell organizes charity single for London fire victims
To raise funds for the relief effort following the deadly fire last week that destroyed Grenfell Tower in West London, Simon Cowell has gathered together more than 50 artists, including The Who 's Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend , and Queen 's Brian May, to record a version of Simon and
Sir George Martin, Famed Beatles Producer, Dead at 90
Sir George Martin, the producer who some called "the Fifth Beatle" for his contributions to the Fab Four's sound, has died at age 90 Martin's management group confirmed his death in a statement to ABC News early Wednesday. "We can confirm that Sir George Martin passed away peacefully at home
Robin Thicke, Pharrell Williams Deny Copyright Infringement Claim
Marvin Gaye's family is battling the "Blurred Lines" musicians, saying the hit copied his song "Got to Give It Up."
Obama's Health Care Walk Back
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES IF YOU LIKE IT, YOU (MAY NOT BE ABLE TO) KEEP IT: Amid a firestorm of criticism, President Obama today walked back his oft-repeated, unambiguous promise that “if you like your health plan, you can keep it,” ABC’s MARY BRUCE...
Weeping for Winston: Boehner Tears Up While Honoring Churchill
House Speaker John Boehner, known for showing his emotions, teared up during a congressional ceremony Wednesday honoring British prime minister — and hero to many — Winston Churchill. Lawmakers of both parties spoke at a ceremony Wednesday morning to dedicate a bust of Churchill in...
12-12-12 Concert: Music Royalty Rock Out for Sandy Relief
It was a night of music, comedy and celebrities at “12.12.12 — The Concert for Sandy Relief,” held at Madison Square Garden in New York City on Wednesday night. While several top artists in the rock and pop genres performed for the MSG crowd, actors...
High Pressure Front: GOP-White House Relations Cool As DC Warms (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) NOTABLES: HEADING TOWARDS THE CLIFF: With 28 days to go until America zooms off the so-called “fiscal cliff,” ABC’s Jake Tapper reported for “World News” that both sides are digging in, with Democrats adamant that taxes rise...