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College football teams traditionally have used September nonconference games to establish their identities, work out kinks and set themselves up for the big games in October and November.
The imam behind the proposed Muslim mosque and community center near ground zero said Sunday that he would have drawn up different plans if he had known the level of Islamophobia generated by the proposal.
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Adam Sandler, Seth Rogen and Neil Diamond were among the more than 100 celebrities to appear on all four broadcast networks for the "Stand Up To Cancer" telethon.
Director Julie Taymor is giving high marks to U2's Bono and the Edge for their work on the new Broadway production "Spider-man: Turn Off the Dark."
Diane Lane, Marcia Cross and Mark Harmon are set to join more than 100 celebrities for Friday's "Stand Up To Cancer" telethon.
Bono and the Edge wrote the music for the upcoming Broadway production "SPIDER-MAN Turn Off the Dark," and a new song previewed from the production Friday sounds like it could be part of the U2 catalog.
In a story Sept. 7 about ABC seeking a news chief, The Associated Press erroneously identified Richard Wald as Columbia University president. He is a Columbia professor.
As Florida officials worried about public safety surrounding a small church's plan to burn the Koran, President Obama added his voice to the chorus of opposition to the church's intention to burn copies of Islam's holiest text to mark the 9/11 terrorist attacks.