PBS' prime-time ratings for 2013-14 season up 5 percent; Roosevelts, Crawleys contributed
Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Galway Kinnell dies at his Vermont home after leukemia diagnosis
In 'Nightcrawler' and elsewhere, Jake Gyllenhaal is on the prowl
Dinner and a movie may never be the same thanks to a second luxury theater opening in North Bethesda this weekend.
Midwest rappers, dozens of others in Indiana, Illinois accused in 'card cracking' bank fraud
John Kadlec, long-time Missouri fixture as football player, coach, broadcaster, dies at 86
Hornets' Jeffery Taylor pleads guilty to domestic violence of girlfriend in Michigan hotel
Another anthem stumble at World Series: Opera star sings fine, but trips walking off field
Criminal charge against Kentucky man who posted violent lyrics on Facebook dismissed
Former Texas coach Mack Brown enjoying ESPN gig, but has not closed door on coaching again
Los Angeles judge dismisses ex-dictator's lawsuit against 'Call of Duty' video game maker
Television ratings for Royals' lopsided World Series victory by far lowest ever for a Game 6
Film review: Jake Gyllenhaal entrances as a creepy, ambitious cameraman in 'Nightcrawler'
Review: Dionne Warwick's duets album is uneven; features Cyndi Lauper, Gladys Knight, CeeLo
Tennessee man claims to be Denzel Washington during arrest for illegal marijuana possession
English FA bans Rio Ferdinand for 3 matches over tweet with derogatory reference to women
Celebrity birthdays for the week of Oct. 26-Nov. 1
Former Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee remembered as lion of journalism in funeral service
Country music festival dubbed FarmBorough to debut on New York's Randall Island next year
Zac Brown Band to headline tailgate party before inaugural College Football Playoff title game
Tyne Daly and Harriet Harris to star in new musical 'It Shoulda Been You' on Broadway
'Van Gogh to Rothko' to highlight 2015 temporary exhibitions at Crystal Bridges art museum
Elton John calls Pope Francis 'my hero' at AIDS benefit, honors New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Affleck, in Detroit for 'Batman' film, makes video in support of area bat conservation group
Stewart-Haas Racing confident about Kevin Harvick's chances headed into next 2 races
'I go a little batty when I don't work' _ Sarah Ruhl on her new play and book of essays
Monica Potter shares wish for a second life for her TV show 'Parenthood'
Premier League referee Mark Clattenburg dropped for breaking rule to attend Ed Sheeran concert
Exhibit on Paul Simon's career to debut at Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum
The annual 17th Street High Heel race features mostly men dressed in fantastic drag costumes who parade up and down part of 17th Street in Northwest before racing each other in heels that are required to be at least two inches high.
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