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How Playboy founder Hugh Hefner said he wanted to be remembered
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner died at the age of 91 on Wednesday, his company announced overnight. The official release from Playboy Enterprises stated that Hefner "peacefully passed away today from natural causes at his home, The Playboy Mansion, surrounded by loved ones." American Icon and Playboy
Richard Jefferson's final notes in Cleveland among his sweetest
ORLANDO, Fla. -- After playing 1,301 regular-season and postseason games combined through his first 16 seasons in the NBA, Richard Jefferson made it to preseason game No. 5 of his 17th season when he might have had the plug pulled on his career for good. About an hour before the Cavs faced the
If Ryan Tannehill is lost, Dolphins will have a Colin Kaepernick conundrum
If you thought the Baltimore Ravens ' public debate over signing Colin Kaepernick was awkward, just imagine what the Miami Dolphins will go through if Ryan Tannehill misses an extended period of time. Tannehill had a scare on Thursday after he fell in practice, but tests showed that there was no
Oscar-winning musician Common adopts NYC public school
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'Motivated' podcast: Incredible weight loss transformations
Two fitness trainers who lost a combined 200 pounds share their weight loss success stories on this episode of "Motivated" with Mara Schiavocampo.
Tupac Shakur still celebrated decades after death
Forty-six years ago today, Lesane Parish Crooks was born in New York City to Black Panther activists Afeni Shakur and Bill Garland. They eventually renamed their infant Tupac Amaru Shakur, after an 18th century Peruvian revolutionary -- and that sense of rebellion permeated Shakur's life until his
The revival of Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf
When Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf arrived earlier this month in Michigan for a speaking engagement, only a week had passed since President Trump announced a travel ban against immigrants and refugees from seven predominantly Muslim countries. The action had sparked international protests, a clash between the
Harlem Walking Tour Celebrates Black History Month
ABC News' Nicole Phillip explores the history of Harlem and famous landmarks.
Trump Makes Gaffe When Honoring Frederick Douglass
Some are questioning President Trump's knowledge of celebrated African-Americans after his speech.