Dancing With The Stars News
Lindsey Stirling: Superstar on the Strings
Lindsey Stirling is one of YouTube's biggest stars--with an enthusiastic fandom of over 8 million "Subscribers."
Maksim Chmerkovskiy and Peta Murgatroyd Are Expecting Their First Child
Peta Murgatroyd and Maksim Chmerkovskiy are expecting their first child together. The " Dancing With the Stars " couple got engaged in December and Chmerkovskiy told People magazine , "I can’t wait to provide this baby with the tools to become a beautiful, kind person." “I’m looking forward to
Good Samaritan Helps a Hard Working Teenager in Need
Matt White started a Go Fund Me page for Chauncy Brown, which raised close to a quarter million dollars.
Von Miller Gets Back on the Football Field _ at His Camp
Super Bowl MVP Von Miller declined to discuss his contract stalemate as he hosted his first youth football camp
In a 'One and Done' World, Raisman and Douglas Try Again
Since Martha Karolyi took over as national team coordinator in 2001, the window for individual American women to compete highest level has often been limited to a gymnastics version of "one and done."
Venus Williams on Her Daily Diet, Her Future
Venus Williams is a "chegan." The 7-time Grand Slam tennis champion, businesswoman and author became vegan a few years ago after being diagnosed with Sjögren's syndrome, but she admits she cheats a bit here and there. The syndrome is known to cause fatigue and joint pain, according to the Mayo
Deaf 'DWTS' Winner Nyle DiMarco to Perform National Anthem at NBA Finals
"Pop news," everybody. Good Friday morning to you. "Dancing with the stars" champ nyle Dimarco has been asked to perform the national anthem before game four of the NBA finals. Pretty great, right. Dimarco as you probably know has been deaf since birth. He'll be joined by an estimated 20,000 fans
Shawn Johnson One-On-One
ABC News' Amna Nawaz talks with the former Olympian on Rio, marriage and winning gold.
5 Things You Didn't Know About Robert Herjavec
Robert Herjavec had his first taste of extreme success long before "Shark Tank" was a household name. The Canadian businessman got his start waiting tables by day while he created his first technology company by night, which he says he sold to AT&T in 2000 for $30.2 million. But not all wealthy
Robert Herjavec on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis
"It's not who you know, it's what you know" - Robert Herjavec opens up about his childhood, fleeing communism, making it in the tech world, and his advice to becoming a successful entrepreneur.