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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.
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.
Prince William 'sad' Princess Diana never met his family: 'They will never know her'
Prince William, who spent the spring campaigning for mental health awareness, spoke to British GQ magazine in a revealing new interview about the loss of his mother Princess Diana, his children and his goals for the future.
Dwayne Johnson admits he is unsure if he 'would make a good president'
"The Rock" also opens up about his role as the legendary lifeguard Mitch Buchannon in the upcoming "Baywatch" film.
Dwayne 'the Rock' Johnson teases future White House run in GQ magazine
The movie star spoke about his political ambitions in the June issue of GQ, which hits newsstands nationwide on May 23.
Brad Pitt opens up in first interview since split from Angelina Jolie
Love this audience. So excited. I know. So are we. We have big news, Brad is back. And definitely, yes, ladies, and definitely not feeling in the pits anymore. Not in these pics. The 53-year-old seems to put his divorce from Angelina behind him. Starring in not one, not two, but three new covers
Alec Baldwin says he 'fell in love' with Tina Fey at 1st meeting
ABC News' Lara Spencer reports the buzziest stories of the day in "GMA" Pop News.
Bruce Springsteen Opens Up About His Battle With Depression
In the October issue of Vanity Fair, the music icon reveals his struggles with depression.
Bossip CEO on 'Real Biz' With Rebecca Jarvis
CEO and Moguldom Media Group CCO, Marve Frazier joins Rebecca Jarvis on Real Biz with Rebecca Jarvis
Jared Leto Says There Are Fewer Opportunities for Gay Actors
"The View" co-hosts talk about how sexuality can affect fans' perception of actors.