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  • Overlooked fish fin stirs the waters of evolution

    Overlooked fish fin stirs the waters of evolution
    A few hundred million years ago, fish fins morphed into the arms and legs of terrestrial animals, according to evolutionary theory. So, you’d think science would know just about everything about them by now. It turns out that some fins are more...
  • Isaiah Washington Returning to 'Grey's Anatomy'

    As "Grey's Anatomy" prepares to say goodbye to one original cast member, it is welcoming back another: Isaiah Washington will reprise his role as Dr. Preston Burke for one episode, set to air in May. Washington played the cardiothoracic surgeon (and love...
  • Health information technicians manage ever-increasing load of medical data

    Mushrooming health care and insurance costs, potential changes to Medicare and Medicaid, and the impact of the Affordable Care Act are creating more and more demand for trained workers to manage the increasing paperwork. Working as a health information...
  • 'Big Bang,' 'Millers,' 'Reign' Rise Thursday While Fox's 'Idol' Hits Another Low, ABC's Dramas Fall

    CBS dominated Thursday's ratings race, as its comedies "The Big Bang Theory," "The Millers" and "Two and a Half Men" all were at the high end of their range while ABC's dramas "Grey's Anatomy" and "Scandal" cooled off after their hot returns one week...
  • Return of 'Big Bang Theory' Lifts CBS to Thursday Ratings Victory

    CBS captured the first Thursday of April in key demo categories behind a strong return for "The Big Bang Theory" after a couple of weeks off and good scores for "The Millers" and "Two and a Half Men." ABC was strong closing the night with "Grey's Anatomy"...
  • Scott Kalvert, Director of 'The Basketball Diaries' Dies at 49

    "The Basketball Diaries" director Scott Kalvert has died at age 49. The RumorFix site said Kalvert was found at his home and pronounced dead on the scene in Woodland Hills, Calif., on Wednesday. His death is being investigated as an apparent suicide....
  • Quake rocks Cuba, felt in Key West

    A small earthquake centered off the north coast of Cuba shook windows and rattled some residents of the Florida Keys early Sunday, but apparently caused no damage. "I wasn't even sure it was an earthquake," said Milena Donaldson, who had just arrived...
  • 'Falling Skies' returns June 22, with new 'Last Ship'

    'Falling Skies' returns June 22, with new 'Last Ship'
    "Falling Skies" begins its fourth season June 22, TNT announced Monday. The sci-fi drama will be paired with new series "The Last Ship." The cable network also announced its new action drama "Legend" will premiere Aug. 20. Details below from TNT. (All...
  • CBS, NBC Top Weekly Ratings While ABC Is Resurrected

    CBS and NBC drew the most young adults in primetime last week, as the Peacock continues to make big ratings strides. The first week after the Olympics, with everybody back in originals and with no major sports or awards shows skewing the results,...
  • Massive explosion and fire kill at least 2 in East Harlem

    NEW YORK -- An explosion that destroyed two buildings in a busy Manhattan neighborhood and killed at least two people was caused by a gas leak, New York Mayor Bill De Blasio said Wednesday, and hours after the explosion, some people remained missing. De...
  • 'Big Bang Theory,' 'Scandal' Top Thursday While Fox Improves With 'Hell's Kitchen'

    The first Thursday of Daylight Saving Time produced slightly lower numbers for CBS' "The Big Bang Theory" and ABC's "Scandal," but they remained the night's top shows among young adults. Fox, meanwhile, improved its standing by bringing "Hell's Kitchen"...