Amanda Knox told Good Morning America that she "couldn't believe what I was hearing" on Thursday when she watched an Italian court declare her guilty of murder a second time.
"It really hit me like a train," Knox said of the verdict and 28-year prison sentence. "I did not expect this to happen. I really expected so much better from the Italian justice system. They found me innocent once before."
Knox already spent four years in an Italian prison for the murder of her English roommate Meredith Kercher in 2007. She was freed in 2011 after an appeals court threw out the conviction, but Italy's supreme court ordered the case be retried. On Thursday, the court found Knox guilty and sentenced her to 28 years and six months in prison.
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Money can't buy happiness, but according to Miley Cyrus it can keep Justin Bieber out of trouble.
"You've got a lot of money. Pay people to make sure you don't get in trouble, and party at your house. Buy a house, and add a club to it," Cyrus advised the singer, who was recently charged with a DUI and assault, on Thursday's episode of TheTonight Show.
Seinfeld fans, rejoice. Jerry Seinfeld has confirmed that a reunion of the '90s sitcom is in the works.
During a radio interview with WFAN's Boomer & Carton, Seinfeld addressed questions regarding a photo of the comedian with former co-star Jason Alexander at the infamous Seinfeld diner.
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The Seattle Seahawks will face off against the Denver Broncos this Sunday for Super Bowl XLVIII.
The game will be broadcast live from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. Kick-off is scheduled for 6:25/5:25c on Fox.
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Words are wind, but thankfully photos can say it all.
HBO has released the first official images from Game of Thrones' upcoming fourth season. While the photos include your standard shots of Daenerys, Tyrion and more of our old favorites, they also provide a first glimpse of Oberyn Martell, better known as the Red Viper (Pedro Pascal) and Ellaria Sand (Indira Varma).
It's no secret that President Barack Obama is a huge Mad Men fan. During a portion about gender income inequality in Tuesday's State of the Union address, POTUS used the show as an example of how outdated some current policies are — and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner is "honored" by the name-drop.