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  • Renner sinks his teeth into 'Kill the Messenger' journalist role

    LOS ANGELES Playing the skilled bowman Hawkeye in the "The Avengers" earned Jeremy Renner worldwide recognition. Now, Renner stars in "Kill the Messenger," a special effects-free movie that trades intergalactic battles for arguments over a desk. "Kill...
  • Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area

    LEHIGH COUNTY HOLY TRINITY MEMORIAL LUTHERAN CHURCH, 604 Fourth St., Catasauqua, will host "Deadly Housewives," a mystery dinner theater performed by Philadelphia-based Without a Cue Productions, at 5:30 p.m. Sept. 27. Tickets: $30. Info: 610-264-7037,...
  • CNN Puts Greater Emphasis on Original Series in Primetime

    CBS, Fox and NBC are among the TV networks trying to launch new programming as part of the industry's annual fall onslaught. This year, you can add CNN to their ranks. The Time Warner-owned outlet is set to debut new original primetime series from people...
  • ABC's 'Nightline' Sees New Life After Midnight, Takes Aim at Vice Media Demo

    Wee-hours TV can be pretty predictable. You've got umpteen reruns, a handful of old movies, a lot of direct-response ads and Craig Ferguson on CBS and Seth Meyers on NBC. Over at ABC, you never know what you're going to get. One night, Mariana Van...
  • Journalist freed after behind-the-scenes negotiations

    The first phone call jolted the modest Redondo Beach town house in the middle of the night. Many others like it would follow, for nearly three years. The voices on the other end of the line would vary, but all were insistent — turn over millions...
  • Pulitzer Prize winner Charles Krauthammer talks politics in Easton

    Whether you're a Democrat, Republican, independent or none of the above, head to Easton's State Theatre on Oct. 9 for an insightful program by Pulitzer Prize-winning commentator Charles Krauthammer. Named by The Financial Times as the most influential...
  • Literary journalist Gail Sheehy on her 'Daring' career

    Literary journalist Gail Sheehy on her 'Daring' career
    In her new memoir, "Daring: My Passages," literary journalist Gail Sheehy describes her struggles and triumphs as she made an imprint on the world of journalism starting out in the 1960s when it was a "man's world." At the heart of the memoir is the...
  • A&E Sets 2-Year Deal for Critics' Choice Movie and TV Award Shows

    A&E Network has cut a two-year deal with the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association to carry the Critics' Choice film and TV kudocasts in 2015 and 2016. The separate kudocasts most recently aired on the...
  • Syrian resettlement to US limited by security issues, process

    WASHINGTON When news broke that a gunman was on the loose in the Navy Yard area last year, fear swept though the D.C. area. But when Ahmad Beetar, a Syrian immigrant, was asked to stay home, he refused. "If there was just one sniper in my neighborhood...
  • After 20 years covering West Coast, Bill Whitaker goes to '60 Minutes'

    After 20 years covering West Coast, Bill Whitaker goes to '60 Minutes'
    After more than 20 years and 2,000 stories out of the West for CBS News, veteran broadcaster Bill Whitaker has been lured back East by "60 Minutes." The Emmy-winning journalist, who has covered Mitt Romney's 2008 presidential campaign, the Fukushima...
  • Veteran newsman Alan Cherry dies at 59

    Veteran newsman Alan Cherry dies at 59
    In a career spanning three decades, reporter and editor Alan Cherry chronicled momentous changes throughout Broward County. While earning a reputation for compassion, he never hesitated to tweak the nose of authority. Mr. Cherry died early Monday at...