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  • 'CSI' original stars to reunite in two-hour series finale

    'CSI' original stars to reunite in two-hour series finale
    CBS is saying goodbye to the show that turned the network's fortunes around some 15 years ago. "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation" will wrap its 15-season run in September with a two-hour finale that will reunite original stars William Petersen and Marg Helgenberger.
  • Celebrity birthdays for the week of May 17-23

    May 17: Singer Taj Mahal is 73. Drummer Bill Bruford of Yes and King Crimson is 66. Singer-guitarist George Johnson of The Brothers Johnson is 62. Actor Bill Paxton is 60. Actor-comedian Bob Saget is 59. Singer Enya is 54. Actor Craig Ferguson ("The...

    'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' will have its last case next season

    'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' will have its last case next season
    "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," the landmark procedural that anchored CBS' prime-time lineup and sparked several spinoffs, will have its last case next year as it moves into its 16th and final season. The network is planning for the finale of the...

    CBS orders Gary Sinise 'Criminal Minds' spinoff, 5 other new shows

    CBS orders Gary Sinise 'Criminal Minds' spinoff, 5 other new shows
    "Criminal Minds" is getting its passport stamped. CBS on Friday announced drama and comedy orders for the 2015-16 TV season, including "Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders," a spinoff of the crime drama, this time with Gary Sinise heading an FBI team that...

    Marines target March Madness in recruiting campaign

    Marines target March Madness in recruiting campaign
    With college basketball fans eagerly awaiting March Madness, the Marine Corps plans to use the popular NCAA tournament to persuade America’s youth to forsake the comfort and safety of civilian life. Two new recruiting commercials will debut during...