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Horror in Austin: Crash Dominates Cable News

Austin, Texas Plane Crash

TV viewers were stunned by the sight of flames and smoke rising from an Austin, Texas, building Thursday after a pilot slammed his plane into the structure, which housed Internal Revenue Service offices.

Two people were killed, including the pilot, identified as 53-year-old Joseph A. Stack III, and two people were hospitalized. One person was unaccounted Thursday afternoon, and a second body eventually was found, The Associated Press reported.

Authorities "have now... read more

J.K. Rowling Slapped with Lawsuit

J.K. Rowling

A British author's estate has sued J.K. Rowling, alleging that she stole ideas for her megapopular Harry Potter books, according to The Associated Press.

Harry Potter copyright lawsuit disappears with a win

The lawsuit, filed in a London court Monday by the late Adrian Jacobs' estate, claims that ... read more

What '90s Stars Do You Want Back on TV?

Joey Lawrence

No, it's not too early for '90s nostalgia. Sitcom stars Joey Lawrence (Blossom) and Melissa Joan Hart (Clarissa Explains it All, Sabrina the Teenage Witch) are joining forces for ABC Family's upcoming Melissa & Joey, while Dawson's Creek heartthrob James Van der Beek now has a recurring role on Mercy. Meanwhile, everyone's favorite West Beverly editor-in-chief — Gabrielle Carteris of Beverly Hills, 90210 — will soon explore her...

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GLAAD to Honor Drew Barrymore and Wanda Sykes

Drew Barrymore and Wanda Sykes

The Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation will honor Drew Barrymore and Wanda Sykes at the 21st Annual GLAAD Media Awards, the group announced Thursday.

Wanda Sykes: No celebs are safe on the on The Wanda Sykes Show

Barrymore will receive GLAAD's Vanguard Award for ... read more

Olympic Moment: With Screams and Tears, Vonn Wins Downhill

Lindsey Vonn

Lindsey Vonn vowed to "push through" the pain, and push through it she did — crossing the line in the downhill at the Winter Olympics on one ski to win her first career gold medal.

Overcoming a shin injury and living up to huge expectations, the most decorated female alpine skier in U.S. history tore through the rugged and ragged course Wednesday, winning by more than half a second. Teammate and 2006 giant slalom gold medalist Julia Mancuso finished second, followed by Austria's Elisabeth Gorgl.

VIDEO: Lindsey Vonn wins emotional first gold

Vonn's victory was the first ... read more

American Idol Episode Recap: Wednesday, February 17, 2010

On Wednesday's American Idol, we finally got our top 24! There weren't really any shocking surprises or unjust eliminations along the way, but rest assured, there were a few more sad stories for the road. Let's all raise a glass to these mighty fallen soldiers of song.

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American Idol Reveals Top 24

American Idol - American Idol, Randy Jackson, Ellen Degeneres, Simon Cowell, Ryan Seacrest and Kara DioGuardi

SPOILER WARNING: Don't read this if you don't want to know yet who's in the top 24.

American Idol revealed the remaining 17 semifinalists to round out Season 9's top 24... read more

Will Gretchen Bleiler Spin a 1080 into Olympic Snowboarding Gold?

Gretchen Bleiler

Gretchen Bleiler is peaking at the right time. The 28-year-old snowboarder "went to a whole other level" at the Winter X Games last month to claim her record fourth superpipe title. "It feels amazing to win that. I finally stepped up to my potential," she tells "I know I'm capable of doing more at the Olympics." The Aspen, Colo., native, who nabbed silver in Torino, is back to win gold and is contemplating a never-before-landed trick in the women's competition to help her do it: the 1080 (three revolutions in the air).

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NBC Gains Friends with Benefits

Michael Weber and Scott Neustadter

NBC is cozying up to Friends with Benefits.

From (500) Days of Summer writers Scott Neustadter and Michael Weber, the comedy pilot was passed on by ABC, which originally developed the project, Variety reports.

The single-camera comedy focuses on... read more

NUMB3RS Team Heads to CW For Nomads

Ridley Scott

The CW has ordered a pilot for an action-adventure drama from NUMB3RS' executive producer Ken Sanzel, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Titled Nomads, it centers on a group of financially strapped young backpackers who travel the world and make ends meet by agreeing to work secret missions for... read more

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