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Remembrances

Dick Clark, 'Bandstand' Host, Dies At 82

For more than 50 years, "the world's oldest teenager" was one of pop culture's most familiar figures.

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Niecy Nash Puts Her Blended Family In The Reality Spotlight

Neda Ulaby talks to comedienne Niecy Nash about her new real-life sitcom, Leave It To Niecy, about her blended family.

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Shuya Nanahara (Tatsuya Fujiwara) and Noriko Nakagawa (Aki Maeda) are two Japanese high school students among 42 left on a deserted island, each with a bag of supplies and weapons, and forced to fight to the death in Battle Royale. Toei / The Kobal Collection hide caption

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