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So it's Valentine's Day _ time to celebrate your wonderful relationship. Unless, of course, it isn't so wonderful right now, or it doesn't even exist. Wouldn't it be better, women out there, to celebrate a love that's so much less complicated: the teen idol crush?
Actress Marie Lillo, who sang opera and performed in musical comedies and on television during her 60-year career, has died. She was 81.
NBC says Miley Cyrus will be hosting "Saturday Night Live" on March 5.
The fall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's government Friday made for a giddy day of media coverage that combined the historical sweep of an event such as the fall of the Berlin Wall with the pandemonium of New Year's Eve in Times Square.
Michelle Obama says the cheeseburgers, deep-dish pizza, sausages and buffalo wings the White House served up for the Super Bowl have a place in everyone's diet, despite her urgings for the public to eat healthier.
Less than a month after leaving MSNBC, liberal lightning rod Keith Olbermann said Tuesday he's headed to Current TV, the public affairs channel launched in 2005 by former Vice President Al Gore.
For the second year in a row, the Super Bowl has set a record for American television viewing.
The Obama administration scrambled Sunday to clarify its stance on Egypt after a U.S. envoy appeared to suggest embattled Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak should remain in power.
Egypt's vice president met a broad representation of major opposition groups for the first time Sunday and offered new concessions including freedom of the press, release of those detained since anti-government protests began nearly two weeks ago and the eventual lifting of the country's hated emergency laws.