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Trump signals compromise to avoid government shutdown
John Avlon, the editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast, weighs in on Trump's efforts to avoid a government shutdown on what would be his 100th day in office, rising tensions with North Korea and former President Obama's return to the spotlight.
The Latest: Governor wants lawmaker to resign over comments
Republican Gov. Chris Sununu says a New Hampshire lawmaker accused of creating a misogynistic online forum should resign
Democrat Ossoff falls short of avoiding runoff in Georgia race
John Avlon, the editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast, analyzes what the election results in Georgia's 6th Congressional District mean as a referendum on Trump's first months in office.
Sean Spicer faces calls for resignation
John Avlon, editor-in-chief of The Daily Beast, analyzes Spicer's apologies after he compared Syria's president to Hitler and claimed Hitler did not use chemical weapons.
Susan Rice faces accusations of unmasking Trump officials
Three Republican members of Congress have called on Rice, a national security adviser for Barack Obama, to testify before Congress.
What we do -- and don't -- know about Donald Trump's taxes
President Donald Trump 's tax returns were a major issue in the presidential campaign , and they still remain a mystery now that he's in the White House. A two-page summary of his 2005 return was released Tuesday night, and while it sheds some light on the former real estate mogul's income, many
How 'Moonlight' became the little film that could and made it to the Oscars
Perhaps no one is more surprised by the success of "Moonlight" than the director, Barry Jenkins, himself. The film is nominated for eight Academy Awards, including best picture, directing, editing and cinematography. Stars Mahershala Ali and Naomie Harris are also up for Oscars in the best
'Titanic' Creator Defends Choice to Have Jack Die in the Water
Happy Tuesday. We'll begin with director James Cameron defending the ending of his oscar-winning movie "Titanic" saying for once and for all, people, there's no way that door could have supported both jack and rose in the frigid water. How many times does he have to tell you? In a new interview
James Cameron Pooh-Poohs Fan Theory That Jack Could Have Survived 'Titanic' Ending
James Cameron is trying to put an end to the 20-year debate about whether there was enough room for Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) on that plank of wood that saved Rose's (Kate Winslet) life after the ship went down. This debate now includes whether the board could hold the weight of two people. You know