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Legal pimp for Nevada lawmaker? He faces anti-brothel effort

Jun 12, 2018

An anti-brothel effort in the only state with legal prostitution is amplifying a campaign from a well-known pimp in Nevada

Telemundo hopes viewers like World Cup better in Spanish

Jun 11, 2018

Promoting Andres Cantor's excited and lengthy shouts of "Goal!" NBC's Telemundo network hopes English-language viewers in the United States will watch its World Cup coverage rather than tune into Fox's debut

Ratings for Springsteen-fed Tony Awards rise slightly

Jun 11, 2018

Ratings were slightly higher for this year's Tony Awards over last year, likely thanks to a bump supplied by Bruce Springsteen

An inside look at the writing, production of 'The Simpsons'

Jun 11, 2018

Award-winning writer's humorous account of how 'The Simpsons' became television's longest-running cartoon show

Fox News host sorry for calling Trump, Kim 'two dictators'

Jun 10, 2018

A Fox News host has accidentally referred to the highly anticipated summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un as a meeting of "two dictators."

Insider Q&A: Zulily looks beyond children's clothing

Jun 10, 2018

After moving beyond children's clothes, Zulily looks to expand to pet products, electronics and beauty

Bourdain's death means loss of a voice for immigrant workers

Jun 10, 2018

As passionate as Anthony Bourdain was about the restaurant industry, he also was committed to the immigrant workers who help drive it

Former GOP aide Wallace lighting it up for MSNBC

Jun 10, 2018

Former GOP aide Nicolle Wallace is a hit in the afternoon for MSNBC, for an audience that generally shares her incredulous attitude toward President Trump

Writer of viral Olive Garden review grateful for Bourdain

Jun 9, 2018

A North Dakota newspaper columnist says she's grateful Anthony Bourdain stood up for her when she was being criticized online for her glowing review of the Grand Forks Olive Garden

The Latest: Chef recalls serving Bourdain regional fare

Jun 8, 2018

Just days before his death, celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain was tucking into sauerkraut and roasted ham in the eastern French town of Colmar, just miles from the village of Kaysersberg where his life ended

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