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Barbara Walters is giving a trove of tapes, papers and photos from her five decades in journalism to Sarah Lawrence College, her alma mater.
Thanks to Justin Timberlake and Barbara Walters, ABC is enjoying its second-best week in the ratings so far this year.
David Letterman acknowledged his role in the spectacle surrounding Monica Lewinsky and said Wednesday night that he regrets making her the butt of countless jokes following her affair with then-President Bill Clinton.
The famous and powerful flocked to Manhattan's legendary Four Seasons to celebrate Barbara Walters, a legendary newswoman now stepping away from daily television.
Oprah Winfrey and former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton surprised Barbara Walters on Thursday as the legendary newswoman taped her final edition of "The View" to end a five-decade career on television.
When Barbara Walters came on the scene, John Kennedy was in the White House, a motorist could fill 'er up for three bucks and no one had heard of the Beatles.
The ABC News headquarters in New York has been named in honor of Barbara Walters, who's retiring after a storied television reporting career that has spanned five decades.
The mistress and woman at the center of the scandal surrounding LA Clippers owner Donald Sterling said on Friday that she does not believe he is a racist.
V. Stiviano says Donald Sterling's racist comments on an audio recording leaked to the public were not the first by the Los Angeles Clippers owner in conversations with her.