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  • Kim Dotcom Tells '60 Minutes': Feds Saw Him As Perfect 'Villain' in Piracy Fight

    Kim Dotcom, who was arrested in 2012 in a high-profile raid on his New Zealand compound for Internet piracy, tells "60 Minutes" on Sunday that he was targeted because he was "the easiest person to sell as a villain." With a sprawling mansion outside of...
  • Dick Wolf talks about his new series 'Chicago PD'

    Dick Wolf talks about his new series 'Chicago PD'
    After a couple of decades of centering his TV empire on New York, the home of "Law & Order" and most of its spinoffs, the veteran producer Dick Wolf has suddenly become a man of the Midwest. His new pair of shows — not an empire yet, but already...
  • Reports: 4 arrested in Philip Seymour Hoffman's death

    Reports: 4 arrested in Philip Seymour Hoffman's death
    Four people were arrested on Tuesday in connection with drugs found at the home of film star Philip Seymour Hoffman following his death of an apparent heroin overdose, the New York Daily News and CNN reported, citing unidentified police sources. The...
  • Four Arrested in Connection to Drugs Found at Philip Seymour Hoffman's Apartment

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Four people were taken into custody on drug charges after police investigating the death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman executed search warrants at several New York City apartments, two people with knowledge of the investigation said...
  • NYT shocker: Times scribes discover editorial page is dull, pointless

    The natives are restless. That's the word from the New York Observer about the atmosphere in the newsroom of the once good gray New York Times, which in its financially troubled old age has adopted the showy ways of a left-leaning tabloid. For in recent...
  • TCA: Steven Bochco returns to police beat with 'Murder in the First'

    TCA: Steven Bochco returns to police beat with 'Murder in the First'
    Steven Bochco, the creative force behind "NYPD Blue" and "Cop Rock," is back on the police beat. The veteran producer is launching his new drama, "Murder in the First," on TNT. The show stars Taye Diggs and Kathleen Robertson as two San Francisco...
  • '48 Hours' Shifts Focus to Tackle Adoptions Gone Awry

    When "48 Hours" airs this Saturday at 10 p.m. Eastern, regular viewers may find a familiar element missing: murder. The CBS News program will not be investigating a lurid killing perfect for the headlines of a tabloid, but will instead examine the...
  • Forest Whitaker, Paris Barclay, Cheryl Boone Isaacs Honored by NAACP

    The star of "Lee Daniels' The Butler" will receive the Chairman's Award this year. "Forest Whitaker embodies the moniker of artist-activist," said Roslyn M. Brock, chairman of the NAACP National Board of Directors. "His work in front of and behind the...
  • Tom Sherak, Former Academy President and Film Czar, Dies at 68

    Tom Sherak, the longtime film marketing and distribution exec who led the Academy of Motion Pictures Art & Sciences through a period of innovation and change, died Tuesday in Calabasas, Calif. after a long battle with prostate cancer. He was 68. His...
  • REVIEW: 'RoboCop' ★★★

    REVIEW: 'RoboCop' ★★&#9733
    Intriguingly ambiguous in its rooting interests, the "RoboCop" remake doesn't really believe its own poster. The tagline "Crime has a new enemy" suggests little more than point and shoot — the same old cyborg song and dance. While nobody'd be dumb...
  • New York Mayor de Blasio reaches agreement on stop-and-frisk reforms

    New York Mayor de Blasio reaches agreement on stop-and-frisk reforms
    NEW YORK -- Following a long-fought legal battle over the New York Police Department's stop-and-frisk tactics, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced Thursday that the city has reached an agreement with civil rights attorneys that will bring about major reforms...