Actor who played police officer in TV series pleads not guilty to killing wife in Los Angeles
Jay Leno to receive nation's top humor award, the Mark Twain Prize, at Kennedy Center in DC
Chiefs quarterback Aaron Murray has rooting interest in ABC's dating show 'The Bachelorette'
Adelaide Clemens keeps the faith as God's troubled servant on SundanceTV thriller 'Rectify'
HBO's vampire drama 'True Blood' is headed for a musical afterlife
Gym, tan, jail: The Situation faces assault charge after fight at New Jersey tanning salon
Los Angeles mayor's F-bomb is another sign that public isn't so vexed by vulgarities anymore
2016 presidential campaign checklist: Ryan's prep
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ABC wins week with NBA Finals, but wishes series had lasted longer than 5 games
Review: Mobile apps mean you don't have to go to a bar to watch World Cup. Is this progress?
US television audience for country's World Cup opener is nearly 16 million
How the world is watching the 2014 World Cup on television and online
A list of the top 20 prime-time programs in the Nielsen ratings for June 9-15
Alaska weather service outposts to join nation with radio forecasts told in digital voices
Republicans' campaign committee tells TV stations to set aside $30M in airtime for fall
New York City mayor sings 'I Love L.A.' on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live' to settle Stanley Cup bet
DreamWorks Animation mixing fan favorites like 'Shrek' with newbies in YouTube channel launch
"The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" debuts the newest video where Brian Williams "raps."
Jim Vance started as a general assignment reporter in 1969 and moved to the anchor desk in 1972, becoming one of the nation's first black co-anchors of a local nightly newscast.
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