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Who's out, who's still in at the Trump White House 1 year later
There was a slew of high-profile departures from the Trump White House over a three-week period this past summer--but they were hardly the only ones during the first year. Some of the highest-profile positions have been part of White House shakeups--including chief of staff, press secretary, and
Some media figures call Trump racist after profane remarks
President Trump's off-color remarks about immigration lead to more media figures labeling him as racist, instead of just criticizing his words or actions
The Latest: Apatow makes four-hour doc on Shandling
Judd Apatow makes a four-and-a-half hour documentary on the comic he describes as his mentor, Garry Shandling, that will debut on HBO in March
'Falling apart?' Trump's insults not forgotten in Atlanta
At championship game, Trump can expect Southern hospitality of city he disparaged as 'falling apart'
Mira Sorvino praises father Paul following Harvey Weinstein threats
Hours after Paul Sorvino's comments regarding Harvey Weinstein made the rounds, the actor's daughter, Mira Sorvino, spoke out on Twitter, praising him as "the most loving father." Paul Sorvino was interviewed on TMZ early Wednesday morning and was asked about Weinstein's efforts to allegedly
Steve Bannon's reported 'treasonous' comment 'absolutely ridiculous,' former WH communications director Anthony Scaramucci says
White House adviser Steve Bannon ’s reported criticism of Donald Trump Jr .’s 2016 meeting with the Russians is “absolutely ridiculous,” former White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci said today. “I didn’t go to that meeting. And so I don’t know all of the details related to the
12/19/17: The Year: 2017
Robin Roberts and an all-star team of ABC News anchors and correspondents take a look back at the historic and most memorable moments of 2017.
'Titanic's' ill-fated love story has audiences still watching 20 years later
When James Cameron made "Titanic," which was released 20 years ago today, the director took a different approach than with his previous films. Before 1997, Cameron was best known for sci-fi action films like the cult classic "Terminator" franchise. But in taking on "Titanic," the oft-told story of
Mario Batali takes leave of absence, apologizes to those 'I have mistreated and hurt'
Famed chef Mario Batali was asked to step away from "The Chew" while ABC reviews sexual misconduct allegations against him.
'This Week' Transcript 12-3-17: Sen. Mitch McConnell and Rep. Adam Schiff
THIS IS A RUSH TRANSCRIPT FOR "THIS WEEK" on December 3, 2017 and it will be updated. STEPHANOPOULOS: Let's bring this now to Congressman Adam Schiff , the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee. Congressman Shiff, thank you for joining us again. You just heard the discussion here with