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'Dancing With the Stars' Week 8 Recap
Star contestants make emotional testimonies, dedicating their dances to their most memorable year.
'DWTS' Gets Personal With 'Most Memorable Year' Episode
The nine remaining celebrities on "Dancing With the Stars" delivered emotionally charged routines that commemorated their most memorable year, a year of either great triumph or personal tragedy that helped define their lives.
Clive Owen on Playing a Tortured Surgeon in 'The Knick'
The Hollywood actor joins "GMA" to discuss the second season of the hit series that takes place in a chaotic, turn-of-the-century New York City.
James Woods Sues Twitter Troll for $10 Million Over ‘Cocaine Addict’ Tweet
Actor James Woods is suing a Twitter user for at least $10 million in damages, claiming that the anonymous user falsely accused him of being a cocaine addict. In the lawsuit, filed Wednesday in California Superior Court in Los Angeles, the “White House Down” actor also accused the user -- known as
James Woods Sues Twitter Troll for $10 Million Over 'Cocaine Addict' Tweet
The actor is taking a stand against a Twitter troll for allegedly tweeting malicious and false accusations.
Life Off the Tracks: Retired Racehorses Get a 2nd Chance
About 80 miles north of New York City, retired racehorses are given a second chance from an unexpected group of men.
Wendy Williams, Unfiltered Leading Lady of Daytime Talk
TV queen offers a glimpse inside her quiet life in New Jersey home and her high-octane talk show.
Wendy Williams Says She Has Patched Things Up With Her Teenage Son
Wendy Williams says she has patched things up with her teenage son since talking publicly last year about having issues with him at home. “We weren’t getting along, we get along famously now, I straightened that right out,” Williams told “Nightline” co-anchor Byron Pitts in an interview that will
Anthony Bosch sentenced in Florida
MIAMI -- Anthony Bosch, the former owner of a Florida medical clinic who posed as a doctor and illegally supplied steroids and other performance-enhancing drugs to professional baseball players and even high school athletes, was sentenced Tuesday to four years in federal prison. Bosch -- who choked