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Obama to unveil final power plant emissions limits Monday; mandate steeper cuts than expected Read more

Steven Moffat on 'Sherlock' special; how long series can go

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"Sherlock" fans have grown familiar with the waiting game between TV seasons, but they may be encouraged that show-runner Steven Moffat says he could see it "going on for a long while." Read more

Stories, storytellers link family to author Norman Maclean

As a 25-year-old college graduate working three part-time jobs to afford living in Chicago in 1980, Jane Moses received an unusual offer for a fourth part-time task - to help author Norman Maclean type his handwritten notes for his book "Young Men and Fire." Read more

'Finding Your Roots' to return for season 3 after PBS probe

TV Critics-Finding Your Roots

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"Finding Your Roots" will return for season three, but whether the celebrity genealogy series that buried an uncomfortable fact about Ben Affleck's ancestor continues after that remains in doubt, PBS' chief executive said. Read more

'Downton Abbey' to get a float in the 2016 Rose Bowl parade

"Downton Abbey" Photo Call

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Maggie Smith's character on "Downton Abbey" might find the pomp and circumstance uncomfortable, but the PBS show is getting its own float in the Rose Parade, two days before the premiere of its sixth and final season on Jan. 3. Read more

Telemundo interviews Bush on wide range of topics

GOP 2016 Bush Telemundo

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In his first Spanish-language television network interview since launching his 2016 presidential campaign, Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush fielded questions ranging from the upcoming presidential debate to Donald Trump, from Latin American foreign policy to his favorite music, and whet... Read more

Trump sues celebrity chef over canceled DC restaurant

Donald Trump's organization is suing celebrity chef Jose Andres for backing out of a hotel project in Washington. Read more

Fort Lyon homeless program shows success, adds arts programs

Diane Boatman began using methamphetamine the night of her husband's funeral. Read more

Troubles haven't slowed down for NFL

Patriots Camp Football

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Shattered cellphones. Fireworks accidents. Failed drug tests. Read more

Exhibit unveils never-displayed photos of Louis Armstrong

A century after the teenage Louis Armstrong's first pro gig at a honky-tonk, an exhibit about the jazz singer and trumpeter's complicated relationship with his hometown is opening in a state museum in New Orleans' French Quarter. Read more

Historical marker placed at Nat 'King' Cole's birth home

A historic marker has been placed at the Alabama house where singer Nat "King" Cole was born. Read more

Rousey says she'll do Roddy Piper 'proud' in Rio fight

Ronda Rousey says she will be fighting for the late Roddy Piper, the Hall of Fame wrestler who gave her his "Rowdy" nickname. Read more

Director seeks to expand regional art at Huntington museum

It's been almost a month since Geoffrey Fleming took over as director at the Huntington Museum of Art, and the new man at the helm is starting to find his direction. Read more

Raking 'Muck': Buckhannon man returns home for film project

Rob Raffety owes a lot to the digital revolution. Read more

Newport Jazz Festival continues with second day of music

The second day of the Newport Jazz Festival is continuing, with its 60th anniversary celebration of jazz legend Miles Davis . Read more

The Latest: Memorial service for Bobbi Kristina Brown ends

Bobbi Kristina Brown Funeral

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New York lawmakers at odds over proposed Billy Joel highway

A street through Billy Joel's hometown may someday bear his name but a group of New York lawmakers, for now at least, like the signs for Route 107 just the way they are. Read more

Snoop Dogg stopped by Italian customs

Italy-Snoop Dogg

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Snoop Dogg has had another run-in with European authorities. Read more

Stories, storytellers link family to author Norman Maclean

As a 25-year-old college graduate working three part-time jobs to afford living in Chicago in 1980, Jane Moses received an unusual offer for a fourth part-time task - to help author Norman Maclean type his handwritten notes for his book "Young Men and Fire." Read more

Keller makes music in Naperville for 50 years

Illinois band leader Ron Keller says when it was time for him to choose a career, "music came at me from all four sides of my family." Read more

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