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The media mogul brought together 14 Americans for her first '60 Minutes' segment.
Columnist Peter King weighs in on protest debate in 'Monday Morning QB' column.
Brady says he "certainly disagrees with what he said."
Seahawks, Titans, Steelers don't take the field, other players take a knee during National Anthem.
Climate scientist Jim Hansen predicts an accelerating disaster.
Steamship bound for Detroit mysteriously disappeared in 1924 with 28 sailors aboard.
The oldest daughter of Senator John McCain is leaving Fox News.
Hannity asks former colleague O'Reilly to return, despite numerous sexual harassment claims.
After clumsily chastising Jemele Hill's anti-Trump tweets, Jim Brady ignites his own firestorm.
Linebacker made raised-fist gesture following play versus 49ers.
She will begin her turn at the 9 a.m. hour of 'Today' later this month.
With Aaron Judge, Giancarlo Stanton slashing, season total only 16 shy of all-time mark set in 2000.
Alicia Vikander is filling Angelina Jolie’s iconic leather boots.
Experts, fans already bemoaning lackluster play two games into NFL season.
David Simon, creator of 'The Deuce,' takes RealClearLife on an exclusive tour of the neighborhood.
She’s expected to take over the 10 p.m. hour, according to reports.
Thomas Frank resigned earlier this summer after his article on Anthony Scaramucci was pulled down.
Sexual harassment scandal and Fox News firing could be impacting his latest book's popularity.
“It is a positive campaign, nothing negative,” the American Institute in Zagreb said of the ad.
Adalaide Byrd's scoring has come under intense criticism, following split-decision draw.
New England Patriots quarterback made comments during CBS interview.
The data breach has affected about 143 million people.
President’s retweet of a gif targeting Hillary Clinton raises questions about his online conduct.
New book by photographer Michael Brunnbauer takes you a ride with McLarens and electric surfboards.
Network started airing Ken Burns' 10-part series Sunday night, but VA and PBS have come prepared.
The CNN host has conflicted feelings about it, but she's ready to open up.
Two legends, along with E-Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt, perform at Madison Square Garden.