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After the coffee. Before my last day of upfront presentations. Phew! The Skinny: I love New York but it seems to have gotten even more crowded since I left years ago. I can't deal! Thursday's headlines include CBS's new fall schedule and a restructuring...
After bombs ripped through the Boston Marathon this week, Russian officials promised to beef up security for the upcoming Winter Olympics, calling it a “clarion call” to take “tougher measures.” Days later, the threat seemed to...
The Bruins and the Red Sox, Boston-based professional sports teams with home games that had been scheduled for Friday, postponed competition as authorities searched for and apprehended a suspect in the Boston Marathon bombings. Regional rail and bus...
Sochi officials have announced that they hope to make their city safer and more appealing by killing more than 2,000 stray cats and dogs before the 2014 Winter Olympics, according to the RBC Daily newspaper. "It's obvious that there should be no animals...
The Seattle group attempting to buy the Sacramento Kings says it has reached agreement to raise the purchase price by $25 million. Chris Hansen, who is teaming with Steve Ballmer to lead the group, announced the decision to raise the valuation late...
Jimmy Fallon has been crowned the next king of late-night television, but the empire he will inherit has seen better days. "Late Night" host Fallon, who will succeed Jay Leno in "The Tonight Show" chair in 2014, is charged with trying to reenergize a...
Ending weeks of gossip and speculation, NBC confirmed that Jimmy Fallon will succeed Jay Leno as host of "The Tonight Show" in the spring of 2014. Although Leno is still the most-watched late-night television host, NBC is making the move because it...
The announcement that Jay Leno will be replaced by Jimmy Fallon and that "The Tonight Show" would move from Burbank to New York next year was met with disappointment by L.A. officials. “Obviously, it is a great disappointment that 'The Tonight...
The 2014 Writers Guild Awards will be held Saturday, Feb. 1, at ceremonies in New York and Los Angeles, the Writers Guild of America, West and Writers Guild of America, East announced Wednesday. PHOTOS: Hollywood Backlot moments The date is another...
The Chicago Blackhawks were the big story as the NHL reached the halfway point of its lockout-shortened schedule, but many other excellent performances deserve recognition. Here are some. Halfway coach of the year: Joel Quenneville, Chicago. 21-0-3 isn't...
Skier Lindsey Vonn vowed that she will be ready for the 2014 Winter Olympic Games despite breaking her right leg and tearing her ACL and MCL on Feb. 5 at the Alpine skiing world championships in Austria. “I have no doubt I will be ready for Sochi,&...
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Sarah Hendrickson, an 18-year-old from Park City, Utah, has won the women's ski jumping title at the Nordic world championships in Val di Fiemme, Italy. Hendrickson, who trains at the private Winter School in Park City, outdistanced Japan's Sara...
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