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  • 'Orange is the New Black' clique talk Season 2

    'Orange is the New Black' clique talk Season 2
    There's quite a few taco nights between now and the second-season roll-out of "Orange is the New Black," but that doesn't mean we can't sneak you some goodies. Creator Jenji Kohan and a good portion of the show's sprawling cast were on hand Friday night...
  • Discovery Communications Chairman John Hendricks stepping down

    Discovery Communications Chairman John Hendricks stepping down
    Discovery Communications founder John Hendricks will retire as chairman of the board of the cable giant in May. Hendricks, a science buff who worked in academia, launched Discovery Channel in 1985 and over the years the company went from owning a...
  • 'Captain America's' Anthony Mackie Eyes 'Triple Nine' (EXCLUSIVE)

    Anthony Mackie is in negotiations to join Open Road's cop drama "Triple Nine," which John Hillcoat is directing. Mackie would work opposite Casey Affleck, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Kate Winslet, Aaron Paul, Gal Gadot and Teresa Palmer. Open Road recently came on...
  • A magical Genie in Broadway's 'Aladdin,' but precious little at stake

    A magical Genie in Broadway's  'Aladdin,' but precious little at stake
    NEW YORK - Early in "Aladdin," Disney's new Broadway-musical version of the beloved 1992 animated feature, the chipper street rat has a run-in with the authorities and finds a sword at his throat. "Should we kill him?" a royal guard half-heartedly asks...
  • Starbucks CEO announces $30-million effort to help veterans

    Starbucks Chief Executive Howard Schultz has announced that he will donate $30 million to benefit the 2.5 million U.S. soldiers who have served in Iraq and Afghanistan.  The money will go toward job training, and research and treatment for those...
  • Stephen Colbert and David Letterman: Trouble outside the comfort zone

    Stephen Colbert, who will be the new host of "Late Show" when David Letterman retires next year, has a lot in common with his predecessor. Both are seasoned, popular comedians. Both wear glasses, as Letterman noted. And both have gotten into a bit...
  • Shriver jumps ahead of Kuehl in campaign money, reports show

    Shriver jumps ahead of Kuehl in campaign money, reports show
    Thanks to a wide swath of contributors and a sizable chunk from his own pocket, Los Angeles County supervisorial candidate Bobby Shriver has jumped ahead of rival Sheila Kuehl in putting together campaign cash for the race to replace incumbent Zev...
  • Interview: Bret Michaels hopes his advice steers Oprah viewers clear of thorns

    Interview: Bret Michaels hopes his advice steers Oprah viewers clear of thorns
    The same Harpo Studios that introduced you to self-help gurus Dr. Phil, Dr. Oz and Suze Orman will be re-introducing you Wednesday to Bret Michaels. The bandanna- and eyeliner-wearing rocker best known as the lead singer of hair band Poison and the star...
  • Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike, Entertainer And Athlete Extraordinaire

     Stanford's Chiney Ogwumike, Entertainer And Athlete Extraordinaire
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Ask Stanford senior forward Chiney Ogwumike a question about anything, and she could probably riff on it. On the "N-E-R-D" video, a project the Stanford star spearheaded which has 46,000 YouTube views: "We made one two years...
  • Fox Picks Up 'Boom!,' A Trivia Show With Explosive Theme

    Fox Broadcasting said it had picked up "Boom!" a competitive trivia game show that has already had successful outings in Israel. In the game, a squad of four players must defuse eight replica bombs" by answering trivia questions correctly within a strict...
  • In Upfront Pitch, NBCU's Quiet Chief Predicts Peacock Will Win Season

    The media industry's quietest chief is starting to roar. NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke has long seemed to cherish a reputation for saying little in public. He shattered that perception Monday by holding court with reporters and asking them to focus...
  • Rob Lowe on Justin Bieber, being pretty, pioneering celeb sex tapes

    Rob Lowe on Justin Bieber, being pretty, pioneering celeb sex tapes
    Rob Lowe knows what he's talking about when it comes to teen-dream fame and being too pretty to be taken seriously.  So should a few tears be shed over his tragic fate? Nope, it seems -- the 50-year-old isn't complaining, just explaining.  Lowe, who...