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Clarence Thomas Says Washington DC is 'Broken'
In a rare moment of public candor, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas called Washington, D.C. "broken," and said that partisan bickering in the nation's capital is "destroying our institutions." Speaking at an event at the Heritage Foundation celebrating the 25th anniversary of his swearing-in
Trump's Choice for Education Secretary Is Choice Advocate
Betsy DeVos pledged to oversee a "transformational change" in U.S. education within minutes of being named Donald Trump's choice for education secretary
Mos Def to Say Farewell With Concerts in NYC, Washington
Yasiin Bey will say goodbye to fans in a series of concerts in December in New York and Washington
Colbert to Host Kennedy Center Honors for 3rd Straight Year
Stephen Colbert will return to host the Kennedy Center Honors for the third year in a row
Miley Cyrus Forgets Lyrics During Salute to Bill Murray
Comedian Bill Murray received the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor on Sunday night at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. David Letterman , Jimmy Kimmel , and Steve Martin were among the celebrities who made appearances at this star-studded event. But it was Miley Cyrus ’s performance that
Bill Murray Crashes White House Press Briefing
White House press secretary John Earnest was apparently the opening act for Bill Murray on Friday, after the comedian crashed the press room and took to the podium after Earnest concluded his daily briefing. Wearing a Chicago Cubs sweater, the Illinois native -- who was jokingly addressed as "Mr.
Chuck Berry Announces New Album
What a birthday surprise from Chuck Berry . The rock legend, who turns 90 today, has just made a major announcement: He's releasing a new album. The album, titled "Chuck," will debut in 2017. It's his first new album in 38 years. The "Johnny B. Goode" musician recorded the project in his native St.
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