Take off your clothes to make it in TV
Leading the way is Discovery's "Naked and Afraid," where a man and woman who don't know each other fend for themselves in the wilderness for three weeks without a stitch between them.
'Sharknado' sequel has bite and lots of laughs
The original "Sharknado" depicted a weather aberration on the Southern California coast that caused bloodthirsty sharks to rain on hapless Angelenos.
Sarah Palin launches online subscription channel
"We'll talk about the issues that the mainstream media won't talk about," Palin said.
George Zimmerman says he'll appeal NBC lawsuit dismissal
In his lawsuit, Zimmerman says NBC's editing of a story on the shooting made it sound as if Zimmerman voluntarily told an operator that Trayvon Martin was black.
Shape note singers keep American tradition alive
To a passer-by who's never heard this music, the songs have an energy; some resemble chanting, with an almost haunting quality.
CBS says Colbert keeping CBS' 'Late Show' in NYC
"Tonight" show host Jimmy Fallon already tapes his show in New York, and fellow competitor Jimmy Kimmel at ABC is based in Los Angeles.
Get paid for posts? Social networking's new twist
Bonzo Me is paying its users up to 80 percent of its ad revenue for the most popular posts.
Adventures in raising a toddler …
I roll over and see the clock strike 7 a.m. What could have possibly happened this early in the morning to cause this kind of reaction?
George Harrison memorial tree killed by beetles
The tree was removed last month, but will be replanted in the fall.
Another author boosted by 'Colbert Bump'
Edan Lepucki, whose novel "California" became a best-seller thanks to a plug from Stephen Colbert, has in turn helped another book catch on.
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