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    Maren Morris talks ‘Humble Quest,’ motherhood and finding herself

    07:25
  • Sisters snap a Sunday Mug Shot dressed in their best!

    01:16
  • See Courteney Cox photobomb the famous ‘Friends’ fountain

    02:24
  • Joyce Bryant, ‘bronze blonde bombshell’ of the 50’s, dies at 95

    02:32
  • Meet Nashville musicians working together to reach their dreams

    03:45
  • Experimental Alzheimer’s drug shows promising results in patients

    04:38
  • Deshaun Watson returning after sexual misconduct suspension

    02:36
  • Pelé thanks fans from hospital: I’m strong with a lot of hope

    01:04
  • How the Georgia runoff remains key to balance of power in Senate

    01:51
  • Why Georgia’s seat matters for 2024: Democrats face a tough map

    01:54
  • Marcus Mumford talks solo album, reuniting with ‘Mumford & Sons’

    08:16
  • World Cup puts Qatar’s human rights abuses in spotlight

    04:43
  • Restaurant serves indigenous foods and Native American traditions

    03:30
  • Tom Rice, WWII paratrooper and American hero, dies at 101

    02:22
  • Kind NYC strangers serve up a Thanksgiving buffet on the subway

    04:35
  • Fans beat Buffalo winter in a Jacuzzi with a Sunday Mug

    01:26
  • New details about Carnival cruise passenger who fell overboard

    01:57
  • How would a Biden and Trump presidential race change in 2024?

    02:18
  • Biden condemns Trump’s dinner with Ye and Holocaust denier

    01:33
  • Protests sweep across China over Covid-19 lockdowns

    01:50

Matthew McConaughey on including certain stories in new memoir: I thought I’d be ashamed

08:08

In this Sunday Sitdown lookback, Matthew McConaughey opens up to Willie Geist about the stories in his new candid memoir, “Greenlights,” where he discusses the violence he experienced during childhood from his parents. The actor also recalls his illustrious run through Hollywood, from rom-coms to winning an Oscar, which all started with his iconic line, “All right, all right, all right.”