Stock car fans set their own pace
Hurley with Walters, Geraldo alone
Westinghouse to buy CBS for $5.4 billion
Celebrities living and dead fill the schedule tonight
Baseball, but not Orioles, returns to Channel 2
Desperate CBS reaches for the stars Network hoping 'names' can help stop its decline
ABC takes heat, gives Jackson air time
A night for going on a 'Last Crusade'
'Nine Months' with cute Grant: purely physical
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A new Jackson video, old sci-fi film are aired
It's official: McEnroe is CBS analyst
Connie Chung and the specter of sexism
TV ignores notes and notables of jazz world
Dear Jay: Since When is a Double Murder Something to Make Jokes About?
Obscurity to popularity large leap for U.S. women
With or without Penske, race will go on for ABC
Who's Tops In News? Baltimore viewers, mourning Al Sanders, turn hearts to WJZ
In sit-coms, dramas, CBS tries to reel in younger viewers
Letterman's American quirks make jolly good showing in London
Wedding bells ring out two sitcoms
Despite awful reviews, David Letterman is ready to do another Oscar show
Baseball catches up in ratings
Warhol endures, but Kato's time is up
Banner year at W. B. Doner & Co.
Presidents' night - real and pretend
Opposites' attraction proves deadly
Late-night news is good for 'Nightline'
When Sally met Joanie, and other Oscars foolishness
The Kids in the White House The Clinton Presidency
Either Oscars or repeats
At Camden Club party, the fondest of farewells
Edgar and Oscar and sci-fi on Fox
As Kathleen Sullivan covers O. J. Simpson, anything qualifies as entertainment
Another Murder in Moscow
Letterman and ferrets bring notice to a video producer
Affiliate switch in January helps WBAL tie WJZ in newscast ratings This just in ...
Telephone partners hire CBS official
CBS' not-very-high flier shows promise in debut
Before nighty-nights, there's 'Nightline'
TV's young audience gets one of its own on camera
Quayle decides against running in '96
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Dole makes it unofficial with Letterman as No. 2
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Sunday's game finishes 22nd in Super rankings
The Maytag lawyer
Demi Moore discloses all, again, on Rolling Stone
Hillary: the 'little woman' as scapegoat
'Mystery!' has first-rate new series in 'Cadfael'