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'Sanity/Fear' Rally A Protest Of The Absurd

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Thousands Rally To Restore 'Sanity' ... Or Fear

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People gather for the Rally To Restore Sanity And/Or Fear on the National Mall on Saturday in Washington, D.C. Win McNamee/Getty hide caption

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Michael Caine: A Life Large Enough For An Encore

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November 7 will bring the 21st incarnation of "Treehouse Of Horror," the Halloween tradition The Simpsons have made famous. Fox hide caption

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Matt Groening Talks About What's In This Year's 'Treehouse Of Horror'

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From AMC, A Braaainy Zombie Drama

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Clinton Kelly Tells NPR Listeners 'What Not To Wear'

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Jordan (Victoria Justice) and Hunter (Chase Ellison) get a good scare in Nickelodeon's new feature The Boy Who Cried Werewolf. Michael Courtney/Nickelodeon hide caption

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For Halloween, TV Scares That Are Still Kid-Friendly

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