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Liam Neeson says he is not retiring from action films
Liam Neeson fans won't see the Irish actor in any more "Taken" movies. But that doesn't mean Neeson is giving up his career as an action star. "There’s only so many times your daughter can get taken. C’mon! No, that’s done," Neeson said in a recent appearance on "Popcorn With Peter Travers."
Liam Neeson is not retiring, but he is changing how he chooses roles
Neeson appears on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" to talk about his role in "Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House."
'13 Reasons Why' star talks upcoming role on 'Manhunt: Unabomber' series
Brian d'Arcy James talks about his plethora of accomplishments, including starring in "Hamilton" and his upcoming role in "Manhunt: Unabomber" series.
Sophia Nelson: 'There's something wrong with this party'
Amna Nawaz sits down with Nelson, a conservative African-American attorney who spent years working in the Republican Party before turning her back on it.
Aug. 9, 1974: President Gerald Ford takes the oath of office
President Gerald Ford was sworn in as president 43 years ago today after President Richard Nixon resigned amid the ongoing Watergate investigation.
Aug. 8, 1974: President Nixon resigns
In a televised address to the nation, Nixon announced his resignation from the presidency amid the Watergate investigation.
ANALYSIS: Trump's crackdown on 'leaks' could hide important truths
Not that long ago I criticized the Obama administration for using " national security " as a rationale for cracking down on leaks by folks in the government. I wrote in a column seven years ago for the National Journal, "As I was sitting with my three grown sons over the post-Thanksgiving weekend
COLUMN: Five takes from one of the five Great Lakes
Sometimes you just have to take a little break, a breather, and reconnect with what matters and your own heart or soul in the midst of the bickering and bullying, the constant chatter of cable news and the torrent of tweets coming from every direction especially from our President. In those moments
The Note: GOP whiffs again on health care
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW TODAY No bill: Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell conceded Monday night that the GOP's effort to repeal and replace Obamacare "will not be successful" after two more conservative Republicans came out against the bill. ABC News’ Jonathan Karl reports that the White House
New poll shows Trump has 36% approval rating
Trump responded to the historically low approval rating by tweeting "not bad."