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Oprah Winfrey Explains Positive Donald Trump, Obama Tweet
When President-elect Donald Trump met with President Obama at the White House last week, media mogul Oprah Winfrey appeared to try looking on the bright side. That did not go over so well with fans, and she is now admitting her "mistake." On Thursday, as anti-Trump protests which started right
Trump's Inauguration Set to Test Nation's Readiness to Heal
Donald Trump's swearing-in isn't generating the same enthusiasm as the installation of the first black president in 2008: Crowd expectations are down
'Just Riding a Wave': 'Queen Sugar's Kofi Siriboe Soars
In just a year, Kofi Siriboe has gone from bit role player to star, thanks to his portrayal of Ralph Angel on OWN's hit family drama "Queen Sugar."
The Note: What Trump Told Obama
NOTABLES --OBAMA SAYS TRUMP TOLD HIM HE WOULD SUPPORT NATO: President Obama said yesterday that President-elect Donald Trump told him personally that he would maintain a strong "commitment" to NATO -- after the real estate mogul threatened to abandon the alliance during the campaign. Obama made the
Who Killed Chandra Levy? 15 Years Later, More Questions Than Answers in DC Murder Mystery
In spring 2001, 24-year-old Chandra Levy, an ambitious woman determined to pursue a career in Washington, D.C., vanished without a trace. Her murder dominated the media, as rumors swirled about her reported affair with an older, married congressman. But her murder was unsolved for years, until
10% Happier: Alan Cumming
Best known for his roles on Broadway's "Cabaret" and TV's "The Good Wife," Cumming sat down with Dan Harris for his "10% Happier" podcast.
Stars React to the 1st Presidential Debate
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off in the first presidential debate Monday night at Hofstra University on Long Island, New York. And immediately after the contentious back and forth between the Republican and Democratic nominees, stars took to Twitter and other forms of social media to
Obama Addresses Racial Tensions at Celebration of African-American History Museum
President Barack Obama reflected on the current debate splitting the country in the aftermath of two more high-profile police-involved killings. Speaking at a reception at the White House ahead of the opening of the African American Museum of History and Culture on Saturday, the president reminded
First Lady Michelle Obama Graces Cover of InStyle Magazine
ABC News' Sara Haines reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.