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  • Rice needs to be apologetic, forthcoming to rebuild image

    Rice needs to be apologetic, forthcoming to rebuild image
    As former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice tries to rehabilitate an image sullied by domestic violence — a crucial step in restarting his NFL career — branding experts and sports analysts say he faces a straightforward, yet imposing task:...
  • ESPN sells out on Rice interview; NBC says no concessions were made

    Updates at end with more from NBC and ESPN. If NBC News is telling the truth in how it got the interview with Ray and Janay Rice, what a difference between NBC and ESPN. I swore I would never use journalism in the same sentence with ESPN again after...
  • Paula Deen returns to 'Today'; is the world ready for more?

    Paula Deen is ready for a comeback, but is the world ready to welcome her? In the first step of a campaign to return the disgraced former queen of Southern television cooking to the airwaves, Deen and her sons Bobby and Jamie appeared Tuesday morning on...
  • What's trending: Chris Hemsworth, Giancarlo Stanton, Jerusalem, Bill Cosby, One Direction

    What's trending: Chris Hemsworth, Giancarlo Stanton, Jerusalem, Bill Cosby, One Direction
    From the sexiest man alive to the deadly attack in a Jerusalem synagogue, the Internet is buzzing on this Hump Day. Here's what's trending today: 1. Chris Hemsworth People Magazine named Hollywood actor Chris Hemsworth the "sexiest man alive" for...
  • Songs compete with screams for One Direction at Universal Orlando

    Songs compete with screams for One Direction at Universal Orlando
    One Direction fans in Orlando were wild about Harry on Monday, but there was room in their hearts for the other members of the chart-topping boy band, too. The wildly popular Engish-Irish group celebrated the release Monday of their "Four" album with an...
  • Stephen Colbert uses lesbian puppies and a sexy bear for ratings

    Stephen Colbert uses lesbian puppies and a sexy bear for ratings
    Stephen Colbert is ending his Comedy Central show, "The Colbert Report," in one month, but that doesn't mean he isn't still interested in grabbing those all-important Nielsen ratings. To discover the secret of high ratings, Monday night Colbert turned...
  • 'Today' chief Jamie Horowitz ousted as NBC morning woes continue

    NBC is having a tough time with "Today." Once the untouchable No. 1 among morning news shows, "Today" has been plagued by ratings woes and other problems in recent years. On Monday the network pushed out the executive brought in to turn around the show,...
  • One Direction joy, then 'Today' firing

    One Direction joy, then 'Today' firing
    On the same day that "Today" presented a joyous One Direction concert from Universal Orlando Resort, the program's general manager lost his job. Talk about irony. The morning programs, such as "Today" and ABC's "Good Morning America," try to project a...
  • One Direction gives fans an exclusive concert in Orlando

     One Direction gives fans an exclusive concert in Orlando
    Christmas came early for about 2,000 fans of English-Irish boy band One Direction on Tuesday night as the supergroup performed seven songs for an upcoming television show at an exclusive concert. The faithful braved temperatures that plummeted into...
  • War vets vying in 8th District diverge on Islamic State tactics

    War vets vying in 8th District diverge on Islamic State tactics
    The two war veterans running in the 8th Congressional District take markedly different views on the prospect of using U.S. ground troops against Islamic State militants Political newcomer Larry Kaifesh, 47, of Carpentersville, said the U.S. must lead...
  • Texas nurse found free of Ebola to be released

    Texas nurse found free of Ebola to be released
    The second of two American nurses who became infected with Ebola while treating a Liberian man who died of the disease in Texas three weeks ago will be released from the hospital on Tuesday having been declared free of the virus, officials said. The...