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John Travolta, Courtney B. Vance Discuss 'The People v. O.J. Simpson'
The two actors join "GMA" to discuss their roles in the TV series that retells the story of the famed trial of O.J. Simpson.
Taylor Swift Drops Hints About Her 'Bad Blood' Music Video
Good afternoon I'm Sarah Haynes and hear the top five stories buzzing online right now. Coming in at number five Taylor Swift is gearing up for the debut of her newest music video bad blood. Schering teaser posters all week long featuring some huge names including Ellen Pompeo Nina Diane and Taylor
The Miracle on Ice, 35 Years Later
Remembering Team U.S.A.'s 1980 Olympic hockey win over the Soviet Union, with team captain Michael Eruzione and sportscaster Al Michaels.
iPhone 6 Sales Better Than Expected
Apple says they sold more than 10 million iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus models in the first weekend.
Now THIS is a sports holiday
If there were ever a day for a sports junkie to fall out of bed, rustle up a raspy cough and call the boss to explain you simply can't make it into work, Thursday is the day. No, there won't be any championships won or shiny hardware handed out. But it's a huge sports day. Beginning shortly after
1964 draft was one to remember
Paul Warfield sat in his dormitory on the Ohio State campus -- room 910, Park Hall -- listening to news updates for several hours on a transistor radio. Charley Taylor was sleeping in his apartment at Arizona State. Bob Brown was photographed at the Waldorf Astoria hotel on the day he was drafted,
Bill Clinton Aides Worried He'd Be 'Haunted by JFK's Ghost'
It’s an iconic image — Bill Clinton as a teenager shaking hands with President John F. Kennedy in the Rose Garden in 1963. Clinton credited that handshake for inspiring his life in public service. But as the 30th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s death...
Where they were
THERE ARE MOMENTS in life that stay with you, whether you want them to or not. They're the ones etched into your mind's eye, the ones you can see, hear, smell and feel for days, weeks, months and even years later. Where were you when ? For these moments, that's an easy question. I was at home. I
5 Ways JFK's Assassination Changed Secret Service
The assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963 forever changed the U.S. Secret Service and how it protects American presidents. The tragedy prompted a top-to-bottom review of the agency's protocols, triggering a sweeping overhaul of its advance work and protective details. Immediately out: