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'After The View': May 19, 2016
The conversation continues with Hot Topics including Robin Wright demanding equal pay for "House of Cards."
Muslim Americans React to Ted Cruz's Comments
Linda Sarsour, Executive Director of the Arab American Association of New York discusses Ted Cruz's controversial comments of patrolling Muslim American communities.
Trump and Carson's Controversial Statements About 9/11
Both Republican presidential candidates say they saw hundreds of Muslims cheering when the towers fell on 9/11.
Team USA Given Ticker-Tape Parade, Keys to NYC
After the team's dream run in Canada, The US Women's National Team had a ticker-tape parade in lower Manhattan with a ceremony honoring them with keys to the city.
Al Pacino Shines In 'The Humbling'
Film legend Al Pacino discusses his newest role and remarkable career on 'Popcorn with Peter Travers'.
Top 5 Tidbits Buried in the Clinton Document Dump
ABC News’ Mary Bruce and Stephanie Smith report: The National Archives today released more than 9,000 pages of previously withheld Clinton documents on a range of topics, including former First Lady Hillary Clinton’s Senate run, Whitewater, and health care reform. There are also more than 200...
Jim Carrey, Jeff Daniels 'Dumb and Dumber' Sequel Sparks Social Media Buzz
"Pop news," everybody. Let's do it. They're dumb and dumber, than ever. The trailer for "The dumb and dumber" sequel are trending like crazy. Harry and Lloyd go on many adventure. If you saw the original, you can imagine those adventures. None of which I can really describe. Kelly and I, my
Kobe Bryant's colorblindness
When assessing Kobe Bryant 's latest hey-look-at-me ploy for mainstream acceptance and popularity, facts matter. If you remove contextual facts, Kobe's condescending lecture to African-Americans and the Miami Heat regarding the Trayvon Martin case sounds like promotion of Dr. Martin Luther King's
'This Week' Roundtable: 'Duck Dynasty' Debate
Matthew Dowd, Greta Van Susteren, Bill Kristol, Donna Brazile, and Steven Rattner on the "Duck Dynasty" controversy.
The Note: The Senate Reaches The Boiling Point
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES EYEBALL-TO-EYEBALL IN THE SENATE: Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid has his finger over the nuclear button as the full Senate prepares convene for an unusual private meeting in the ceremonial Old Senate Chamber at 6 p.m. ET tonight to try...