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Celebrities are gabbing about it openly. A growing number of grooming products cater to it. And a recent TV commercial hails it as "the cradle of life" and "the center of civilization."
"America's Most Wanted" creator John Walsh is getting a special Emmy Award in tribute to his recently canceled weekly show, the Associated Press reports.
George Lopez, who surrendered his TBS time slot to Conan O'Brien and then saw ratings for "Lopez Tonight" slide, got a cancelation notice Wednesday. Lopez's Thursday show at midnight will be the final one, the cable network said in a statement.
Osama bin Laden's death not only dominated the news Monday, but also fueled a wealth of comic relief, punch lines and unapologetic crowing from TV's late-night hosts.
Several star players will soon have to make decisions on whether to return for another season or head to the NBA. Already, Ohio State's Jared Sullinger has announced that he plans to return for his sophomore year.
For all you college basketball fans who've moaned over the years that you could do a better job of switching among NCAA tournament games than CBS _ here's your chance.
The NCAA is more concerned about making sure its first 68-team basketball tournament goes off without a hitch than any further expansion.