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Man Calls 911 Over 'Aggressive' and 'Mad' House Cat
A man in Connecticut placed the emergency call when his 8-pound cat wouldn't let him inside of his home.
What It Feels Like to Be a Gamergate Target
In an effort to reprogram the video gaming industry, many outspoken critics have faced horrifying backlash and threats.
When Jumping into Gamergate Turns into Fearing For Your Life
For Anita Sarkeesian, having armed escorts at her speaking engagements is her new normal. So too is being barraged with online hate in the form of bomb threats, rape threats and even death threats. She even had to cancel a speaking engagement at Utah State University once because there were threats
Movie Reviews: 'Maleficent,' 'A Million Ways to Die in the West'
This week, get film reviews for "Maleficent" and "A Million Ways to Die in the West." Because "Maleficent" is a Disney film and ABC News is owned by Disney, the AP review for the film can be found below . ABC News critic David Blaustein reviews "A Million Ways to Die in the West." For all movie
Meet the Disney Channel's Newest Golden Girl, Debby Ryan
The 19-Year-Old Credits Family and a Strong Sense of Self for Keeping Her Down to Earth
Techbytes: Marvel Comics Goes Online
The comic giant is making more than 700 of its titles available for free online.
Angelina Jolie and More Stars Who've Tried to Retire
Angelina Jolie claims she's almost ready to retire from acting. "If it went away tomorrow, I would be very happy to be home with the children," she said in an interview with Britain's Channel 4 News . "I think I'm going to have to give up the acting as the kids hit the teenage years, anyway, too
Billy Bob Thornton Says He 'Blew' His Marriage to Angelina Jolie Because He Was 'Too Insecure'
Billy Bob Thornton has played a mentally-deranged murderer, an outlaw, even the president of the United States in film, but in reality, this stone-faced actor says he suffers from deep insecurities, which he says cost him his marriage to Angelina Jolie. “I blew it because...
Innovations had gamers walking on a cloud at E3
Last week's Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles drew nearly 47,000 video-game developers, publishers, retailers, analysts and media, showing off and taking in the latest and greatest in equipment and titles. Attendees got a look at the battle plans for dueling futuristic military shooters
Crisis in Egypt: Government Says Treasures Safe; Others Disagree
Government Says Pyramids, Museums Protected; Just Trying to Protect Its Image?