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Making new album an emotional rollercoaster for Mary J.
Hell hath no fury like Mary J. Blige scorned: After a very public breakup and ongoing court battle with her former manager and husband, Blige unleashes her anger, heartache and resilience on her 13th studio effort, "Strength of a Woman."
Oil wealth, greed, prejudice fueled murders of Osage Indians
Book Review: 'Killers of the Flower Moon' tells story of how oil discoveries that enriched Oklahoma's Osage Indians gave rise to a series of murders exposed by the nascent FBI
10% Happier: David Leite, food writer, memoirist
In a live edition of the "10% Happier" podcast, ABC News' Dan Harris hosts a discussion with the author of "Notes on a Banana."
Dec. 12, 1997: Drawing laughter: The cartoonists of The New Yorker magazine
The cartoonists of The New Yorker magazine talk about what makes a successful cartoon.
'Get Out' stars, director on tackling racial issues in hot new thriller
The horror/comedy movie, directed by Jordan Peele, stars Daniel Kaluuya and Allison Williams as an interracial couple visiting her mysterious family estate.
Snapchat co-founders become newly minted billionaires
Co-founders and Stanford University graduates Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are now worth an estimated $5.5 billion each, after their IPO for Snap Inc. started trading at the NYSE on Thursday.
Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences apologizes for Oscars mix-up
Everybody's talking about Sunday's Oscars gaffe during which Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway incorrectly announced "La La Land" as the best picture winner instead of Moonlight. Monday, it was the The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences' turn to weigh in. The Academy released a statement that
10% Happier with Hannah Hart of 'My Drunk Kitchen' fame
Hart sat down with ABC's Dan Harris to talk about her YouTube brand, her family's struggle with mental illness and how she found meditation.
What does Jeffrey Loria get for mishandling Marlins? Pure profit
In a game so often described as one of failure, in a game that promises to be one of meritocracy, there is one job immune to both: the owner's. That much was made clear by reports Thursday that Jeffrey Loria has a handshake agreement to sell his Miami Marlins to "a New York real estate developer"
LeBron: The Sequel
This story appears in ESPN The Magazine's Feb. 27 Entertainment Issue. "When LeBron was playing with the Heat, they went to Cleveland, and he wanted to spend the night. They don't do overnights. Teams just don't. So now [coach Erik] Spoelstra has to text [president Pat] Riley and say, 'What do I do