Garrick Utley, a former NBC News anchor and a longtime correspondent for the network, died Thursday night at his home in New York City, The New York Times reports. He was 74.
Utley died from prostate cancer, his wife, Gertje Utley, told the newspaper.
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Time flies when you're making politicians squirm with tough questions. This Sunday, Fox News Channel's Chris Wallace celebrates 10 years in the anchor chair on the Washington roundtable show Fox News Sunday (check local listings). Wallace is the only news anchor to helm Sunday shows on two different networks — he was moderator of NBC's Meet the Press in the late 1980s. He recently took some time to reflect on his run and his days as a gofer for Walter Cronkite.
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Knope we can, and yes, Parks and Recreation's Leslie did!
After spending the majority of Season 4 fighting her way through a lopsided election against the biggest imbecile in Pawnee, Ind. — you're so pretty, Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd) — Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) is finally a City Councilor. But just as her dreams finally came true, Leslie's boyfriend Ben (Adam Scott) nabbed a job in Washington, D.C., which is where Ben will be stationed when the comedy returns this fall.
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President Barack Obama made history Wednesday, becoming the first sitting president to show support for same-sex marriages.
In an interview with ABC's Robin Roberts, which will air in full during Thursday's Good Morning America, Obama discussed his evolution into believing that same-sex couples should be able to get married.
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