When 'Pac-Man' debuted in Tokyo 40 years ago, no one could have predicted it would become the most successful arcade game of all time.
Rock Hudson is one of the many real-life characters featured in "Hollywood" on Netflix. But how the movie star is portrayed within the seven-episode series created by "Glee's" Ryan Murphy isn't 100% accurate. The show merges fact and fantasy as it re-imagines Hollywood's golden years for contemporary audiences. InsideEdition.com's Leigh Scheps speaks with a Rock Hudson biographer about what is true and what is fictionalized on the series. Since the outbreak of the new coronavirus, toilet paper has been sold out in many supermarkets. Psychologists explain the phenomenom of panic buying and why customers are floding the supermakrets to buy toilet paper and other particular items that do not even protect them from the virus. Richard Jefferson joins Rachel Nichols and Chiney Ogwumike to react to comments made by Carmelo Anthony and Maverick Carter on Uninterrupted, in which Melo said he and LeBron James were upset during the 2004 Olympics that they were playing behind Jefferson and Shawn Marion.
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✔️ Steve Clemons speaks with World Central Kitchen founder chef José Andrés about his efforts to move bipartisan legislation shoring up the U.S. food chain, restaurants, and the vulnerable who most need meals. Andrés says most political leaders today are not acting with urgency that they must, is frustrated that so many saw this pandemic coming years ago and we failed to prepare, says we have the technology to do high-quality contact tracing now, and says we must bolster our food chain or face a major national security crisis.