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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
'Virginia Woolf' Playwright Edward Albee Dies at Age 88
Three-time Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Edward Albee has died in suburban New York City at age 88. Albee challenged theatrical convention in masterworks such as "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" and "A Delicate Balance."
Letterman, Aykroyd to Honor Bill Murray at Kennedy Center
David Letterman will make a rare public appearance when Bill Murray is presented with the nation's top prize for humor
Tap Dancing Brothers Teach 'The View' Co-Hosts Some Moves
The Manzari brothers talk about honoring Marvin Gaye and their mentor, tap dancing legend, Maurice Hines.
A Look Back at Tony Bennett's Life on His 90th Birthday
He may have left his heart in San Francisco, but Tony Bennett is still going strong as he celebrates his 90th birthday today. The legendary pop-jazz crooner, born Anthony Benedetto in New York City, burst onto the music scene in 1951 with two chart-topping hits, "Because of You" and a cover of Hank
Catching Up With Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Ahead of His DNC Speech
ABC News' Jonathan Karl interviews Kareem Abdul-Jabbar ahead of his speech at the Democratic National Convention.
Michelle Obama Hosts Turnaround Talent Show at the White House
The White House is partnering with the Kennedy Arts center to expand its art education initiative for elementary and middle school children.
Paula Abdul and the Performing Artists of the Future
ABC News' Serena Marshall meets famed pop star Paula Abdul and the children of 'Turnaround Arts', a mentoring program for budding artists from low-income, low-performing schools across the country.
Merle Haggard Dead at 79
Country music star was known for being an outlaw hero and inspiring fans and fellow musicians.