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Oscar Nominee Cate Blanchett Talks 'Carol,' Relationships and Her New Baby
From 'Carol' to 'Cinderella', Cate Blanchett appears on "Popcorn with Peter Travers" and talks about her incredible year in the film.
Photos of Alleged Detainee Abuse by US in Iraq and Afghanistan Released by Pentagon
The Pentagon released 198 photos today that were taken as part of an investigation into allegations of abuse or mistreatment of detainees held by the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan from 2001 to 2009. The pictures were released in compliance with a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit filed by
Court rules NCAA violates antitrust law, but penalty is relatively peanuts
It has a TV contract for its basketball tournament that is worth nearly $11 billion. Its schools have spent $5 billion on athletic facilities in the past 15 years, and they pay their coaches as much as $7 million per year. But when the NCAA faces scrutiny about its treatment of college athletes,
2 Hostage Standoffs in Paris Come to an End
This is an ABC news special report. Cheers didn't hear us now reporting. George Stephanopoulos. And we are coming on the air right now to hostage situations in France right now one in Paris at a supermarket one. About twenty miles northeast of Paris at the town of demy tank well. Where there'd
2 Simultaneous Hostage Standoffs in Paris Linked: Officials
Officials say the two gunmen in separate hostage situations were tried for attempt to break convicted terrorist out of jail.
Alleged Charlie Hebdo Shooters Were on US No-Fly List
The two men who allegedly killed 12 people in a daytime massacre in Paris were listed in an American terrorist database and were on the U.S. no-fly list for years, a senior U.S. intelligence official said today. The men, identified by French authorities as brothers Said and Cherif Kouachi, remain
Former CIA Director Michael Hayden Acknowledges 'Human Toll' on Interrogators
This morning on “This Week,” former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden acknowledged the “human toll” taken on by CIA interrogators who participated in the use of so-called “enhanced interrogation techniques” in the years following 9/11. “I would be very, very disappointed if this did not...
'This Week' Transcript: Former CIA Director Michael Hayden
Below is the rush transcript of "This Week" on December 14, 2014. It may contain errors. ANNOUNCER: Now on ABC This Week. Developing this morning, stunner in the skies: a Russian military plane narrowly avoids a collision with a passenger jet. What has officials so alarmed? The CIA and torture:
Former Spy Chief: Interrogation Takes 'Human Toll'
Former CIA Director Gen. Michael Hayden defends interrogation methods, but says harsh techniques should trouble any human being asked to administer them.