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Many viewers turned to YouTube after the Facebook live stream ended abruptly.
The actor speaks about "Game of Thrones" and new movie "Dough"—but keeps tight-lipped on Jon Snow.
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The woman who was married to the world's most wanted man wants a new life in Europe.
During his interview with Rachel Maddow, Bernie Sanders discussed the state of the presidential race.
Clinton shared conversations she has had with foreign leaders about their concerns for a possible President Donald Trump.
The Chechen head says he listens to his people more than Nobel prize winners.
The director spent four years researching his terrifying new film.
The interview took nearly six months to approve.
Russia's president also defended Syrian President Bashar Assad.
Ronald Reagan's daughter said her father wouldn't recognize today's GOP.
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The GOP candidate's latest slew of incendiary comments include support for bringing back a torture mechanism.
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