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Don Johnson Discusses His Role in 'Blood and Oil'
The actor dishes on starring alongside Chace Crawford in the new ABC drama.
One-on-One With the Queen of Jordan
Queen rania of Jordan has been speaking out about the refugee crisis in Europe. It is not a new crisis to her country. Over the past five years refugees have come to make up 20% of Jordan's population. I sat down with her this week when she and her husband king Abdullah were here for the U.N.
Queen Rania of Jordan on Syrian Refugee Crisis: ‘Put Yourself in Their Shoes’
With the world facing a refugee crisis as millions of people flood war-torn Syria , the Queen of Jordan , on Syria’s border, says people have to do more than just “click like” on social media if they want to help -- or they risk seeing their values “start to erode.” “When people look at some of
Margot Robbie Turns Con Artist in 'Focus'
'Focus' star talks taking on a life of crime opposite Will Smith on 'Popcorn with Peter Travers'
Five Stories You'll Care About in Politics Next Week
The March 31 Obamacare Enrollment Deadline Is One of Several Big Days Next Week
Mandela Memorial Attracts Obamas, Royalty
President Barack Obama and the United Kingdom's Prince Charles and Prime Minister David Cameron are only a few of the famous faces and world leaders who will travel to South Africa today to honor Nelson Mandela. The former president and liberator of South Africa, celebrated for helping to end
Women and Politics: Meet 7 Inspiring Women Creating Change
These seven women have redefined, revolutionized and reawakened the spirit of women in politics. Two of them are winners of the Nobel Peace Prize for their remarkable efforts to end discrimination and suffering for women worldwide. Together this powerful sisterhood of seven is increasing ...
Interview with King Abdullah II
The King of Jordan weighs in on the prospects for peace in the Middle East.
'This Week' Transcript: George Mitchell and King Abdullah II
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) AMANPOUR (voice-over): This week, a line in the sand. President Obama lays out his vision for peace. OBAMA: We believe the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines. AMANPOUR: But Israel digs in. NETANYAHU: We can't go back to those indefensible lines.
With Mubarak Gone, Egyptian Army Moves to End Cairo Protests
Uncertainty Mounts as Military Takes Control, Discontent Spreads to Other Countries