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Former CNBC and NBC executive Jonathan Wald is CNN's choice to be the backstage man in charge of CNN's new Piers Morgan talk show.
Mariah Carey is going to have to add lullabies to her repertoire.
The attorney for a young Florida woman who was known for unstoppable hiccups and is now accused of murder said Tuesday that he may present an unusual defense in her case: His client has Tourette's syndrome.
Former President George W. Bush is giving the first one-on-one television interview about his presidency since leaving the White House to NBC News' Matt Lauer (LOW'-uhr).
Republican gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino said Monday that he does not discriminate against gays but thinks young children shouldn't be exposed to gay culture, especially at gay pride parades.
The developer in charge of building the proposed Islamic cultural center and mosque near ground zero in New York City said Wednesday that there are no plans to move the project to a location seven blocks away.
In a rare and blunt criticism of education in the nation's capital, President Obama on Monday called D.C. Public Schools a "struggling" system that doesn't measure up to the needs of first daughters Sasha and Malia.
President Obama started the school week Monday with a call for a longer school year and said the worst-performing teachers have "got to go" if they don't improve quickly.
NBC Universal chief Jeff Zucker, who rose from a youthful producer at the "Today" show to run the multifaceted media business, said he would step down after cable provider Comcast takes control of the company later this year.