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  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 'The Electric Company' Actor Luis Avalos Dies at 67

    Cuban-born actor Luis Avalos, known for his work on the PBS kids show "The Electric Company," died Wednesday following a recent heart attack. He was 67. Avalos joined "Electric Company" during its second season and played multiple characters, most...
  • McCarthy released from hospital following heart procedure

    McCarthy released from hospital following heart procedure
    Chicago Police Superintendent Garry McCarthy was released from Northwestern Memorial Hospital on Saturday after undergoing a medical procedure to unblock his arteries this week. McCarthy "is doing very well, resting comfortably at home and looking...
  • NBA Finals, World Cup, Hillary Clinton, 'Duck Dynasty': This week

    NBA Finals, World Cup, Hillary Clinton, 'Duck Dynasty': This week
    In a week when the NBA Finals and the World Cup will consume many hours, viewers also will get Hillary Clinton, "Duck Dynasty" and a Jane Fonda tribute. How's that for variety? The NBA Finals: The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs meet in Game 2 at 8 p....
  • 'Murder in the First' a masterful mix of whodunit, characters

     'Murder in the First' a masterful mix of whodunit, characters
    TNT may be selling the single-case-per-season timeline of its new detective drama, but amid television's recent age of Aquarius, "Murder in the First" stands out mostly for its simplicity. The show, which premieres Monday, investigates a series of murders...
  • 'Murder in the First' opens strong for TNT

    'Murder in the First' opens strong for TNT
    TNT's new whodunit didn't look like a ratings stiff in its premiere Monday night. The crime drama "Murder in the First" scored the biggest audience for a TNT series premiere in two years, which bodes well for a network that has recently struggled with...
  • City set to clear homeless encampments along Fallsway, under I-83

    City set to clear homeless encampments along Fallsway, under I-83
    Standing outside his tent pitched on the sidewalk by a defunct downtown diner, Jimmy Stewart III wondered aloud where he'll sleep after city officials force him to leave Friday morning. The city is set to remove Stewart, 54, and a couple dozen other...
  • Alafair Burke's obsession with a killer leads to a detective character

    Alafair Burke's obsession with a killer leads to a detective character
    For Alafair Burke, whose 10th mystery "All Day and a Night" (Harper: 352 pp., $26.99) is published this month, it all goes back to Dennis Rader. Known as the BTK killer, he terrorized Wichita, Kan., in the 1970s and 1980s, when Burke was growing up there....
  • NBC sets fall premiere dates for 'Blacklist,' 'Voice,' more

    Fans of football, Adam Levine and/or James Spader, mark your calendars now. On Monday NBC announced premiere dates for its fall schedule, including returning favorites "The Voice," "The Blacklist" and "Sunday Night Football" and new series "The...