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The Transportation Security Administration’s recent decision to begin allowing pocketknives and other sporting gear on planes once again has been met with great concern from the American public. Pocketknives were banned from aircrafts following the September 11 attacks where they were used.
Tonight, Piers Morgan talks to Republican Senator John McCain about the TSA’s decision and the public’s reception.
“They’re obviously not making the case to the American people in a way that Americans find satisfactory,” he says.
Though McCain is not an expert on TSA stategy, the senator posits improvements that could be made to the entire operation: FULL POST
After two “failed” marriages, music legend and Chief Creative Officer of SONY music, Clive Davis reveals his sexual orientation as a bisexual male in his new memoir, "The Soundtrack of My Life." At 81, Davis tells Piers Morgan that relationships and sexuality don’t have to be black and white.
“For the first time, having failed in marriage twice, not related at all to sex, I opened myself up to the possibility of having a relationship with a person rather than a gender, and that’s what I turned to.”
He believes his decision was a result of his prior relationships, and disagrees with the general attitude toward bisexuality as being “you’re either gay, you’re straight or you’re lying.” FULL POST
At 54-years-old, one might wonder how actress Madeleine Stowe manages to age so gracefully and maintain such a youthful appearance.
Joining "Piers Morgan Tonight" guest host Dr. Mehmet Oz this evening, the star of ABC's primetime soap opera "Revenge" reveals her secret recipe for feeling good and looking even better.
Admitting that she defies conventional wisdom, the woman who turned in a critically acclaimed performance in 1992's "The Last of the Mohicans" says she doesn't believe in over-excersing:
“I think that it places too much strain and stress on the body, I think that you have to do things that you enjoy.”
Twice earning spots in People Magazine’s Most Beautiful People issue, first in 1994, and again in 2012, Stowe attributes her ageless glow to engagement in her “life’s work” and service in Haiti, where she finds purpose: FULL POST