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Bill Cosby accusers to speak out in TV special

More than a dozen of those accusers have been interviewed about their experiences for an hour-long program titled "Cosby: The Women Speak," on A&E.


Lance Armstrong disgrace revisited as crime movie in ‘The Program’

The rise and fall of Lance Armstrong, from cancer-beating Tour de France champion to admitted drug cheat, gets the crime story treatment.


Today in entertainment history: Sept. 15

A walk down Hollywood's memory lane.


The ‘Terminator’ takes over for Trump on ‘Celebrity Apprentice’

Arnold Schwarzenegger will be the new host of NBC's reality TV show "The Celebrity Apprentice," replacing Donald Trump who quit the show to run for U.S. president.


You may get to see King Kong and Godzilla duke it out on the big screen

Rumor has it that a crossover film might be in the works.


‘Jurassic World’ is summer’s most mistake-ridden release

The monster epic stomped to record box office takings upon its release in June, but it's also earned the less impressive title as the film with the most gaffes.


‘The Perfect Guy’ has perfect opening weekend

Thriller "The Perfect Guy" narrowly beat out horror film "The Visit" for first place at the weekend box office, picking up a leading $26.7 million.


There she is: Miss Georgia crowned Miss America

Georgia contestant Betty Cantrell was crowned 2016 Miss America on Sunday in a pageant that was overshadowed by events from three decades ago.


Today in entertainment history: Sept. 14

A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.


TV grandparents we wish were our real-life relatives

In honor of Grandparents Day, here's a look at some of most memorable grandmas and grandpas to grace our televisions.


PHOTOS: Miss America, show us your shoes!

Lizards, potatoes, and lots of rhinestone adorn the fancy footwear featured in the annual Miss America Show Us Your Shoes Parade.


REVIEW: ‘The Visit’ is a trip worth taking

"The Visit" is easily the best film M. Night Shyamalan has made in years.


You can win a role on ‘Pitch Perfect 3’

Fans of the musical comedy franchise can land a walk-on role in the upcoming movie sequel by submitting a virtual audition.


Today in entertainment history: Sept. 11

A look at some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.


Brian Williams heading back to TV this month

The disgraced journalist will return to television as an anchor for breaking news on cable channel MSNBC.


Ronda Rousey to star in ‘Road House’ remake

The UFC fighter has landed the starring role in a remake of 1989 Patrick Swayze film.


No bull: ‘Downton Abbey’ filming halted by escaped animal

A number of farm animals were brought in for a scene which takes place at an agricultural show, but the shoot was thrown into jeopardy after a bull broke free from its pen and caused chaos.


Today in entertainment history: Sept. 10

A look back on some of Hollywood's most memorable headlines.

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Jordan Wittenberg ran for two touchdowns and caught another to lead Lynden past Burlington-Edison on KPUG.

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NLDS: DeGrom outduels Kershaw, Mets beat Dodgers; Lackey dominates, Cards blank Cubs


Game 2 of the best-of-five series is Saturday. The Cardinals turn to lefty Jaime Garcia against Kyle Hendricks for the NL wild-card winners. Zach Greinke starts for the Dodgers against Noah Syndergaard for the Mets.

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Jackson left mark on Seahawks in start against Bengals


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ALDS: Alberto, Rangers beat Blue Jays in 14th; Royals even series with Astros

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The Rangers take a 2-0 lead back to Texas for game three on Sunday.

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Bae leads an International team rally amid Mickelson mistake at Presidents Cup


Phil Mickelson and Zach Johnson were assessed a one-hole penalty at No. 7 when Mickelson used a different model golf ball, ultimately costing the Americans the match.