Japanese Artist Creates Large, Lifelike Animal Sculptures Using Only Old Newspapers and Glue
Japanese artist Chie Hitotsuyama creates stunning lifelike sculptures of wild animals using only old newspapers and glue. A few of his larger sculptures -- a rhinoceros , gorilla and sea turtle among them -- are now on display at the Lancaster Museum of Art and History near Los Angeles. For her
Anthony Anderson Talks Diet, Texting During Emmy Awards
The "Black-ish" star stopped by "The View" to talk about his Emmy nomination.
Remembering my friend Muhammad Ali
I WROTE COLUMNS for ESPN on Muhammad Ali's 65th and 70th birthdays. I was looking forward to writing again in January 2017 for his 75th birthday. That was obviously not meant to be as the world mourns the loss of this giant. Had I never met Ali, I still would be mourning. But as my wife and our
Andy Samberg, The Lonely Island Talk the Making of 'Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping'
The comedy musical trio appear on "Popcorn With Peter Travers" as their first big screen film hits theaters.
Kevin Spacey: King of the Oval Office?
Spacey appears on Popcorn with Peter Travers to talk about his newest role as President Richard Nixon in the new film "Elvis & Nixon."
The Note: Democrats Get Ready to Duel in New Hampshire
NOTABLES --SANDERS CAMP FIRES STAFFER FOR ACCESSING CLINTON CAMPAIGN DATA: A member of the Sanders campaign has been fired after wrongfully accessing modeling data from the Clinton campaign. According to the story first reported by the Washington Post, the DNC suspended the Sanders campaign's
Ben Carson Cancels Trip to Africa, Israel Due to 'Significant Security Concerns'
Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson is canceling his foreign policy trip to Israel and Africa, which was set for the end of December. Carson's campaign said the decision to cancel the trip was made Wednesday afternoon. “We decided yesterday afternoon to cancel based on significant
The Donald Trump-Ted Cruz Showdown and 5 Other Things to Watch for in the GOP Presidential Debate
The final Republican debate of 2015 is on Tuesday -- and momentum matters now more than ever. With less than 50 days left before the Iowa caucuses, Donald Trump is climbing to new heights in national polling, hitting a new high of 41 percent support and a broad 27-point lead, in a Monmouth
Book Excerpt: Gloria Steinem's 'My Life on the Road'
Excerpted from MY LIFE ON THE ROAD by Gloria Steinem . Copyright © 2015 by Gloria Steinem. Reprinted by arrangement with Random House, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. All rights reserved. Introduction: Road Signs When people ask me why I still have hope and energy after all these years, I