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- John Kerry condemns attack on Israeli soldiers, kidnapping
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- Israeli spokesman: No need to debate who broke the cease-fire
- 35 Palestinians killed; Israeli officer missing
By Isaac Orr
New carbon-dioxide rules would put America in the dark
Topic - Katherine Heigl
NBC, which rebounded this season from a stubborn ratings slump, will try to build on its gains with a dozen new series that include dramas starring Debra Messing and Katherine Heigl and a pair of comedies produced by Will Ferrell.
Emmy-award winning actress Katherine Heigl (HEYE'-guhl) has sued Duane Reade Inc., saying the company is using a picture of her leaving one of its pharmacies in its promotional materials.
Amanda Bird's quest to adopt a stray dog who was among those rounded up during the Sochi Olympics continues to be a challenge.
Bedtime at Katherine Heigl's house can take a while. As a mom of two daughters and seven other kids of the four-legged variety, she likes to give each one special attention.
Josh Kelley is out with his first country album _10 years after he set out to make one.
Former "Grey's Anatomy" star Katherine Heigl says she's happy to make headlines, but stories about her in the media are often exaggerated.
When a CIA agent (Katherine Heigl) promises a president (Alfre Woodard) some violent retribution for a wrong in NBC's "State of Affairs," the president replies, "That's my girl."
Heigl says she doesn't have "any major problem" with what's written about her.