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Kerry Washington on what to expect from the 'Scandal' series finale and the show's legacy
For seven seasons, fans of the hit ABC drama " Scandal " have followed Kerry Washington as Olivia Pope, a top political fixer who has evolved through plot twist after plot twist. “In the life of the show, I have gotten married and had kids and started a production company. And [Olivia] has not
Starbucks incident highlights perils of shopping while black
The handcuffed arrest of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks served as a fresh reminder of the perils of "retail racism" that African-Americans and minorities encounter on a regular basis
Hannity shares world view with Trump, and lawyer, too
Fox News star Sean Hannity is revealed as a client of Trump attorney Michael Cohen in a New York court hearing
Panel tackles lack of high-speed internet in Indian Country
Two western senators want to expand access to a $4 billion federal program that has enabled schools and libraries throughout the U.S. to obtain high-speed internet at affordable rates as a way to close the digital divide in American Indian communities.
Woman who confronted Tony Robbins in viral video clip says she's 'tired of being shamed'
The woman at the center of the now-viral clip of Tony Robbins, in which he seemed to dismiss the goals of the #MeToo movement, told ABC News' "Nightline" today that she felt "pushed" to stand and confront Robbins for his rhetoric. "I was really uncomfortable with what he was saying about #MeToo,"
Tony Robbins apologizes to #MeToo founder Tarana Burke: 'I still have much to learn'
Superstar life coach Tony Robbins is apologizing to the #MeToo movement and its founder Tarana Burke after a video went viral in which he seemed to dismiss the goal of the movement. "At a recent Unleash the Power Within (UPW) event in San Jose, my comments failed to reflect the respect I have for
Parkland school-shooting survivor says March for Our Lives will 'start a revolution'
A student survivor of the mass school shooting in Parkland, Florida, who is helping to lead the March for Our Lives for gun control said today's protests in Washington, D.C., and around the country "are going to start a revolution." "We are sick and tired of the inaction here in Washington and
Trump stumps for House candidate Rick Saccone, jumpstarts 2020 election
Days before a special election that is being touted symbolically as the first midterm of 2018, President Donald Trump came to Pittsburgh to pledge support for GOP candidate Rick Saccone and tease out his 2020 re-election ambitions. Saccone is a 60-year-old Air Force veteran and state representative
International Women's Day: 21 female stars' best life and career advice
March 8 marks International Women's Day -- an occasion to recognize women's achievements in different industries and around the world. According to the United Nations' website , the first National Woman's Day was observed in the United States on Feb. 28, 1909, and the UN began celebrating
Oprah Winfrey's advice to young girls: 'Highest honor on Earth' is 'being yourself'
Oprah Winfrey described being true to yourself as the “highest honor on Earth” when asked her advice to young girls. “The highest honor on Earth that you will ever have is the honor of being yourself,” Winfrey said on “ Good Morning America .” “Your only job in the world, people think your job is