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With three episodes left to air and its future uncertain, the principals behind the ABC crime drama "Detroit 1-8-7" are fighting for a second season _ even if that means trying to follow other network cast-offs to basic cable.
A top Senate Democrat said Sunday that the $6 billion in additional spending cuts that his party offered is the limit Democrats can accept — drawing a line well short of Republicans' goal with less than two weeks to go before a government shutdown if the two sides can't agree.
NPR, PBS and local public broadcast stations around the country are hiring more journalists and pumping millions of dollars into investigative news to make up for what they see as a lack of deep-digging coverage by their for-profit counterparts.
Guest lineup for the Sunday TV news shows:
SiriusXM Radio is devoting a channel to the Charlie Sheen affair.
After focusing for weeks on his proposal to strip public employees of collective bargaining rights, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker prepared Tuesday to unveil full details of his two-year budget plan, which is expected to contain painful cuts in education, Medicaid and aid for local governments.
Susan Rice, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, on Tuesday urged defiant Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi to consider exile, saying she's worried the North African nation could plummet into a "humanitarian disaster."
Weeks like the last one illustrate the challenge faced by NBC's new programming executive, Bob Greenblatt.
Charlie Sheen is not done talking.