Ball State University alum and comedian David Letterman has donated more than 1,000 memorabilia items -- including 15 Emmy Awards he won as talk show host -- to the northern Indiana school.
A longtime popular television news anchor in the nation's capital has died.
A generation later, OJ Simpson's racial symbolism is now largely a relic as black Americans wrestle with more familiar injustices.
Goodbye, Spicey. You were the best morning show on TV.
A New Jersey home that has been vacant since the FBI arrested a family of undercover Russian spies that lived there is heading up for sale.
Andy Fancher recently walked through the front door of yet another Texas stranger's home, eager to meet the 52nd subject for his documentary series on YouTube.
A small seaplane has made a hard landing in New York's East River.
Guest lineups for the Sunday news shows.
The stars of "Teen Wolf" made a special appearance at Comic-Con Friday for an audience of one, who came to the convention with the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
He won't be behind a podium at the White House, but it's unlikely Sean Spicer will disappear from television.
"Twin Peaks" star Kyle MacLachlan says that he is watching the new series as it airs on Showtime along with the rest of us.
A Florida judge has sentenced a former escort to 16 years in prison for trying to hire a hit man to kill her newlywed husband.
Nine years after trying to snatch sports memorabilia in a Las Vegas hotel-room heist, O.J. Simpson will walk free as soon as Oct. 1.
"Game of Thrones" star Sophie Turner says her once naive character Sansa Stark is woke now.
A former Florida escort convicted of trying to hire a hit man to murder her newlywed husband has been sentenced to 16 years in prison.
NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week.
"The Walking Dead" panel at Comic-Con Friday almost didn't happen after the death of a stunt performer on the show earlier this month, but a dozen cast members came and shared the season 8 trailer.
Creators of new HBO series address fears it glorifies racism.
Lawyer Ari Melber launches a new MSNBC show on Monday evening, the fourth to fill its 6 p.m. ET time slot in less than two years.
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