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  • Dianne Feinstein, Lindsey Graham on ‘Meet the Press’

     
    Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., will be a guest on ‘Meet the Press.' Photo credit: Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images UPDATE: THE REVISED GUEST LIST IS AT THE BOTTOM: The fiscal cliff, Susan Rice and Benghazi will be topics on the Sunday morning...
  • This weekend: ‘Mr. Magoo’s Christmas Carol,’ ‘The Sound of Music,’ ‘Back to the Beginning,’ football

     
    Let's start at the very beginning — it's a sentiment crucial to two big ABC programs this weekend. The TV menu will be heavy on football, Christmas and music. Mr. Magoo and Julie Andrews are back with their very best. The highlights: 1. Christiane...
  • This weekend: Cowboys vs. Redskins; ‘Call the Midwife’; ‘Back to the Beginning’

     
    Football will be the most-watched programming during the final weekend of 2012. But there are offerings for fans of British drama, biblical history, Harry Potter and love stories. The highlights: 1. The weekend's biggest program is likely to be NBC's &#...
  • Bobby Jindal, Deval Patrick on ‘Meet the Press’; Jan Brewer on ‘Face the Nation’

     
    CNN's "State of the Union" talks to Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and Sen. Patrick Leahy, D-Vt. The program starts at 9 a.m. and noon. The program offers a panel with former Gov. Haley Barbour, R-Miss.; Jackie Calmes of The New York Times; Gwen Ifill of PBS'...
  • Jay Leno and Mavis Leno turn serious about the plight of Afghan women

    Jay Leno and Mavis Leno turn serious about the plight of Afghan women
    Everybody knows about Jay Leno's taste for topical humor. Far fewer are aware that his wife, Mavis, has long been one of Hollywood's most influential behind-the-scenes activists on behalf of women. For more than a decade Mavis Leno has made the plight of...
  • Maestros repudian al L.A. Times por publicar datos de eficacia docente

    Maestros repudian al L.A. Times por publicar datos de eficacia docente
    Sindicatos nacionales y estatales de maestros criticaron duramente al Times el domingo por la publicación en el periódico de una base de datos que califica a 6,000 maestros de tercero a quinto grado en función de su eficacia en la tarea de elevar los...
  • Christiane Amanpour at her Sunday best as new 'This Week' host

    The face of Sunday morning television continues to change, largely due to women. A year that began with Candy Crowley succeeding John King as anchor of "State of the Union" now continues with one of their former CNN mates, Christiane Amanpour,...
  • Q&A: 'Source Code' star and former Columbia College student Michelle Monaghan

    Q&A: 'Source Code' star and former Columbia College student Michelle Monaghan
    Why is Michelle Monaghan not yet a household name in Hollywood? The Iowa native, who nearly completed a journalism degree at Columbia College in the late ‘90s before heading to New York and focusing on modeling, has had standout parts in films such...
  • Book review: 'Come to the Edge'

    Book review: 'Come to the Edge'
    The most telling moment in "Come to the Edge," Christina Haag's memoir of her love affair with John F. Kennedy Jr., comes after his death in a plane crash off Martha's Vineyard. There are two memorial services, one for dignitaries and family, the other...
  • Julia Roberts profiles several 'Extraordinary Moms' on OWN

    Julia Roberts knows what it's like to go above and beyond as a mother, so she's pleased to showcase others who do, too. The "Erin Brockovich" Oscar winner is the executive producer and host/narrator of "Extraordinary Moms," a special for Oprah Winfrey'...
  • Teachers blast L.A. Times for releasing effectiveness rankings

    National and local teachers unions sharply criticized The Times on Sunday when the newspaper published a database of about 6,000 third- through fifth-grade city school teachers ranked by their effectiveness in raising student test scores. "It is the...