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'Annihilation' star talks new role as dad
Oscar Isaac also discusses his roles in "Star Wars" and "Hamlet" and what it was like to work with the "inspirational" Natalie Portman.
The best and worst times to start a conversation with a stranger
A new report explores when it is okay to initiate a conversation with a stranger, and when it is best not to interrupt them.
Jimmy Kimmel graces GQ magazine cover
The late-night host talks to GQ about his 8-month-old son Billy's recent health scare and why he's surprisingly not nervous about hosting the upcoming Oscars.
Colin Kaepernick accepts Sports Illustrated's Muhammad Ali Legacy Award
Colin Kaepernick accepted Sports Illustrated's Muhammad Ali Legacy Award Tuesday night in New York City promising to work for the people “with or without the NFL’s platform.” Beyonce was brought on stage by "The Daily Show" host Trevor Noah as a surprise presenter. She praised Kaepernick for taking
Colin Kaepernick accepts ACLU award: 'We all have an obligation'
Colin Kaepernick made a surprise appearance Sunday night in Los Angeles, citing his mission of protest in accepting an advocacy award at an ACLU of Southern California banquet. "We all have an obligation no matter the risk, and regardless of reward, to stand up for our fellow men and women who are
Browns' Hue Jackson says 'nothing good' to come from Josh Gordon's profile on past issues
BEREA, Ohio -- Cleveland Browns coach Hue Jackson was blunt when talking about a recent profile of wide receiver Josh Gordon that will appear in Sports Illustrated . "Obviously there's nothing good that comes from those things," Jackson said Wednesday. Gordon's profile detailed what he said were
Colin Kaepernick named 'Citizen of the Year' by GQ , not quoted in feature
Colin Kaepernick has been named "Citizen of the Year" by GQ magazine, which published a feature story Monday about the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback and his emergence as a polarizing figure since his decision to protest during the national anthem. Kaepernick is not quoted in the story,
A father opens up about his decision to let his son play tackle football
Despite the well documented risks of tackle football, Luke Zaleski discusses his decision to allow his 9-year-old son to play the sport.
Father defends decision to let his young son play tackle football: 'It toughens you up'
A father is opening up about his decision to let his young son play tackle football, despite studies linking the sport to brain damage and concussions, saying he thinks football "toughens you up," and has brought him closer to his son. "It's scary," Luke Zaleski, the former research director for GQ
Harrison Ford on working with Ryan Gosling: 'He's a hoot'
The actor tells "GMA" about the punches he threw at his "Blade Runner 2049" costar and shares his tip for making it in the movie industry.