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"Sound and Furty" photographer Neal Preston: "When you become invisible, that’s when you can capture the magic"
E.L. James' erotic novel was only the fourth most-challenged library book in 2012, losing out to the "Captain Underpants" series and "The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian"
The comedians were co-stars during the last season of the popular ABC sitcom "Mork & Mindy"
Co-creator and head writer Erica Oyama dishes on the new season and her upcoming film adaptation "Go the F*ck to Sleep"
Comedians and actors take to Twitter to eulogize anarchic comic
NBC broadcaster says the Augusta National Golf Club's dark history is "the elephant in the room" and CBS ought to acknowledge it
Service may be available as earlier as Saturday as Palm Springs' popular musical festival launches.
The "Today Show" host joked at New York City event about his recent run of bad press
Sylvia Nasar, author of "A Beautiful Mind," won a Guggenheim Fellowship at Columbia Journalism School, who she's suing for misuse of endowed funds
Paper calls Weiner "genitally obsessed," and it would know
Ellen DeGeneres, Ryan Murphy, Rachel Maddow and Frank Ocean also round out the top 10 of the publication's annual power ranking
The office of Walmart streaming service had several hard drives stolen.
The tape features the senator's aides calling the actress "extremely unbalanced.”
MSNBC host Lawrence O'Donnell and "Fox & Friends" co-hosts ask why the government made exceptions for the famous couple to violate U.S. embargo against Cuban tourism
New York Times reporter left journalism to become a Christian evangelist
Alan Sokol convinced Sony to buy Telemundo, reaping billions. Now he has his eyes set on a new target.
The company's stock price has risen sharply over the past year
Guest blog: California residents and its elected officials consider online gambling
NBC confirmed Leno lost his job to Jimmy Fallon and Hollywood mourned the loss of film critic Roger Ebert
From the time of "All the President's Men" to his new "The Company You Keep," Redford says too many journalists are "following the money"
"Daily Show" host looks back at the changes the new CNN president has made and he is not impressed
...or how Henry Blodget's week keeps getting more awesome
Shout! Factory is collaborating with the James Brown Estate
"Walking Dead" ad incorrectly identifies "Modern Family" as a Fox series, "The Voice" as an ABC series
Michael Ovitz's son Chris will shift into a part-time role at the company he helped found
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