• Why Lindsay Lohan Made the Sex List

    Lindsay Lohan hasn't spoken in a straightforward way about her alleged list of sex partners, but she's now revealing why she's so upset that it leaked.

    Making it, she said, has been a part of her treatment for addiction.

    "I'm going to get serious for a second," she told Andy Cohen on "Watch What Happens Live." "That was actually my fifth step in A.A. at Betty Ford."

    Lindsay Lohan Calls Sex List 'Humiliating'

    The fifth step reads: "Admitted to God, to ourselves and to another human being the exact nature of our wrongs."

    Lohan, 27, said she "cannot confirm or deny" whether the list is accurate, but she did give her theory on how it became public.

    "Someone, when I was moving during the OWN show, must've taken a photo of it," she said, adding that she will speak more openly on the subject on the series finale of her docuseries Sunday night. "So that's a really personal thing and it's really unfortunate."

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  • Very different hazard: Spanish golfer Pablo Larrazabal jumps into lake to escape hornet swarm

  • Whether they realized it or not, Grandma and Grandma are roles the Bill and Hillary Clinton have clearly been preparing for a long time.

  • Magnitude-7.2 earthquake shakes Mexican capital; no immediate word on damage or casualties

  • JFK refused to let Davis perform at White House after his interracial marriage.

  • Cable channel WGN America calls on 'Salem' witches to launch move toward original programming

  • Nadal Loses in Quarterfinals in Monte Carlo

    Nadal loses in quarterfinals to Ferrer at clay-court Monte Carlo Masters

  • ABC News President James Goldston sent the following note to the news division announcing that Lara Spencer has been promoted to co-host of "Good Morning America."

    Tomorrow marks an historic milestone: two years ago GMA snapped Today's 852-week winning streak. And every day since, we have played our game and fought like underdogs, never satisfied and always looking for the best stories and those indelible television moments that make GMA so special to our audience.

    With our amazing team of George, Robin, and Lara and now Amy and Ginger too- I'm confident there is much more to come-and great days ahead for Good Morning America.

    Robin - the captain of our team, is the heart of GMA. No matter what she's faced, she has made it her job to make sure that we are all taken care of. Beyond her amazing broadcasting abilities and dedication to GMA, her compassion and incredible journalism never fails to inspire-and her rallying cry that Everybody's Got Something inspires millions of

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  • New Jersey professor claims he was suspended over 'Game of Thrones' T-shirt picture

  • Stuart Scott is an ESPN original and the man GQ Magazine once said put the hip-hop in sportscasting.

    (ESPN/ Rich Arden) When the "Sportscenter" anchor is not at ESPN's studios, he can be found once or twice a month practicing mixed-martial arts wearing sunglasses, for a very specific reason.

    "I'm blind in my left eye," Scott told ABC News' Robin Roberts in an interview Tuesday. "Contrary to what people say, it is not a glass eye so I have to protect my eyes at all cost."

    Scott, 48, was first diagnosed with cancer in November of 2007.

    "That was just kind of a surprise when the doctor said, 'We did a biopsy on your appendix and you have cancer,'" Scott recalled. "Like the first thought [was], 'I'm gonna die.'"

    (ESPN/ Rich Arden) "There's probably an expletive before the thought, 'I'm gonna die,' [but I] can't say it," he said. "My second thought was, 'I'm gonna die and I'm gonna leave my daughters and I can't do that."

    After two surgeries and six months of chemotherapy, Scott emerged cancer-free. Two years later,

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