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Megyn Kelly hopes for a Trump-free zone with new show
NEW YORK (AP) -- Megyn Kelly says she left Fox News Channel to bring more joy to her life. NBC hopes that starting Monday, she can spread some to the network and its viewers....
Woman brandishes gun in Kardashian-owned boutique
WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif. (AP) -- A woman screaming about Cuba pointed a gun Thursday at employees inside the Kardashian-owned DASH boutique in West Hollywood and returned hours later waving a machete at reporters, but eluded authorities both times....
Ryan Gosling to host 'SNL' premiere with Jay-Z musical guest
NEW YORK (AP) -- "Saturday Night Live" says it's kicking off its 43rd season Sept. 30 with guest host Ryan Gosling and musical guest Jay-Z....
Christian singer Natalie Grant undergoing thyroid surgery
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- Contemporary Christian singer Natalie Grant will undergo thyroid surgery to remove tumors and will cancel shows between mid-October and November to recover....
Jimmy Kimmel transforms debate, and shows comedy's new role
Shaq to back Democrat after GOP Christie endorsement in '13
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey native and former NBA star Shaquille O'Neal is backing Democrat Phil Murphy in this year's contest to succeed Republican Gov. Chris Christie....
Milan fashion meets global crises with lightness
Key figure in Northern Ireland peace work subject of film
BOSTON (AP) -- The U.S. premiere of a documentary about Roman Catholic politician John Hume and his efforts in the Northern Ireland peace process is being held in Boston....
MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell apologizes for off-air rant
NEW YORK (AP) -- MSNBC anchor Lawrence O'Donnell has apologized after clips surfaced of him profanely yelling at staffers in between segments of his prime-time program....
12-year-old ventriloquist wins 'America's Got Talent'
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- A 12-year-old singing ventriloquist is getting a $1 million prize and her own Las Vegas show after taking the "America's Got Talent" crown on the season 12 finale of the NBC reality competition....
A recent RAND Corporation study found moving high school students start time to 8:30 a.m. could add billions to the U.S. economy over the next decade. The increases would result from improved high-school graduation rates leading to better jobs and fewer costs associated with sleep-related car crashes, obesity, and mental illness. Arguments against delaying start times is increased costs from rescheduling bus routes and school activities, as well the inability of working parents to usher their adolescent children off to school resulting in possible increased absenteeism.
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