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Bill Cosby's wife defends him from sex assault claims

L.A. prosecutor will not charge Bill Cosby in 1974 sex claim

Will smart machines create a world without work?

Look out: A fall harvest of new broadcast TV shows

Cubans fall in love with S.Korean soap operas

Special Report - The doubt at the heart of Iraq's Sunni 'revolution'

'Another World' star Charles Keating dies at 72

'Love Boat' producer Henry Colman dies at 89

Police: Movie, TV legend James Garner dies

Special Report : The doubt at the heart of Iraq's Sunni 'revolution'

Witherspoon, Gandolfini top Toronto film fest line-up

Israel-Turkey relations sink to low

Rob Lowe returns to the '80s with TV miniseries

A reboot for the National Geographic Channel

Gay parents the 'new normal' on small screen

Havana skaters defy scarcity to keep on rolling

Noah Emmerich as a spy hunter with scruples, flaws

Denzel Washington sharpens tools to exact justice in 'Equalizer'

DISQ fitness fans look like action figures, train like multitaskers

‘American Psycho' sequel series in the works at FX

Cuba's Raul Castro raises possibility of retiring

Neglect, errors to blame in Brazil nightclub fire

'Equalizer's' Denzel Washington explores his craft in Toronto

AFP Live Report on the Emmy Awards

Comedic actor William Windom dead at 88

Stan Musial remembered during funeral Mass

Headlines revive memories of 80s economics

A dramatic journey for Nicholson in 'The Red Road'

TV movie dramatizes 'Grim Sleeper' killings

Mexico TV star shows Hollywood what Latinos want

Lou Reed, iconic punk-poet, dead at 71

The state of the presidency

McMurtry revisits American West in newest book

Witherspoon, Gandolfini top Toronto film fest line-up

'Fury' wins war at N. American box office

'Fury' wins war at North American box office

Diceman in new game with Allen film, book, TV show

Asian filmmakers revisit classic Westerns

'Downton,' 'Girls,' 'Idol' and more this January

Cubans fall in love with S.Korean soaps

After years away from acting, Leto strikes Oscars gold

'Magnum, P.I.' creator Glen Larson dead at 77

CBS up, 'Idol' down as traditional TV season ends

Spielberg steps up TV production presence

Frenchman Tirole wins Nobel economics prize

Plimpton comes to London in 'Other Desert Cities'

'The Americans' dresses TV family drama in KGB disguise

Legendary actor James Garner, reluctant hero, dies

Bob Newhart finally gets his Emmy Award

Today in History for Monday, February 18th

Glen Larson, TV producer, dead at 77