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'Growing Up Trans,' going beyond Caitlyn Jenner

Transgender children and their parents face unprecedented medical choices these days. "Puberty-blocking" drugs can stave off biological changes. Hormones — either estrogen or testosterone — can help patients acquire the characteristics of the gender they identify with.

But how is a child entering puberty — or the parents for that matter — supposed to make an informed decision about taking such drugs,...

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All the single ladies (and gents): 'The Bachelor' comes to Baltimore

Has the Baltimore dating scene failed you? Here's your chance to find love on a nationally televised scale.

ABC's "The Bachelor" is looking for men and women in the Baltimore area to fill its singular "bachelor" and 15-20 eligible "bachelorette" roles for the show's next season. 

The ABC2 Bachelor and Bachelorette Casting Call Party will be held from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. July 9 at Maryland Live Casino...

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Hulu recreates Seinfeld apartment as it releases episodes

"Seinfeld" fans are getting an open invitation into Jerry's apartment.

Hulu has teamed up with production shop Magnetic Collaborative to remake Jerry Seinfeld's TV apartment for the iconic show's Wednesday release of all nine seasons on the streaming video service.

Hulu created a free memorabilia museum with the world-famous Upper West Side apartment relocated in Manhattan's Meatpacking District....

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Sarah Palin is no longer a Fox News contributor

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice-presidential candidate Sarah Palin will no longer be a paid contributor to Fox News Channel.

A Fox News spokeswoman confirmed a report in Politico that Palin's contract with the cable news outlet expired on June 1 and has not been renewed. Palin will still appear as a guest on Fox News programs but will no longer be paid.

Palin's last appearance on Fox News...

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'The Bachelorette' recap: Nick and Kaitlyn get it on

We are first reminded that Ian, who looks like the guy who was sleeping with Olivia Pope before she tried to kill Scott Foley, has an ego too large to fill the room, likely because he’s making up for something else.

Too many minutes are spent between Ian and Kaitlyn discussing how they’re not meant for each other. Finally, they both agree he needs to go home. He leaves, and after a boring conversation...

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'True Detective' recap: Bizarre murder threatens to derail land scheme

The torture-murder of a corrupt and kinky city official threatens to derail a lucrative land scheme in “The Western Book of the Dead” (Episode 201), the Season 2 premiere of HBO’s “True Detective.”

This eight-part anthology series, written and created by Nic Pizzolatto, is set in fictional Vinci, a small industrial city south of downtown Los Angeles.

Living and working in this grimy landscape is Ray...

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