In this morning's roundup, we look at the life of Ken Jennings, a bad day at Burger King, and older gamers.
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In this morning's roundup: Another reality television opportunity for Kate Gosselin, a debate over ethics and boogers, and a harrowing (and important) story from Thandie Newton.
In this morning's roundup: Aziz Ansari goes deep on the questions of love and happiness, the House Of Cards hype gets ahead of itself, and an anti-library author starts a (figurative) fire.
In this morning's roundup, we note Joseph Gordon-Levitt's latest charm offensive, a British trend for converting spaces, and another TV show from the fine people at The Onion.
In today's roundup: Linda Gray says you saw her leg once even if you didn't know you did, and CBS is preparing for a very, very big weekend.
This morning: Bourdain on tween television, Andrew Sullivan on independence, and a guide to Kanye West.
In this morning's roundup: the upcoming films, the literary resolutions, the predictions, and more for the New Year.
In this morning's roundup: More Idris Elba Bond rumors, some tussling over genre fiction and literary fiction (can't get enough!), and Ai Weiwei having some fun with YouTube.
In this morning's roundup: Halloween costume poll numbers are in, Saturday Night Live still uses cue cards, and there's a Spider-Man-related tell-all on the way.
In today's roundup, we've got news about Louis C.K., a big debate over reality television, and the latest on how NBC has managed to vault to the top of the broadcast networks — at least by one measure.
In this morning's roundup: A trailer that may or may not convince you that an Arrested Development documentary is needed, a comic-strip movie that apparently exists, and thoughts on speaking French and watching Girls.
In this morning's roundup of arts and culture news: an anniversary celebration for a whale, a guest-starring role for the beloved George Takei, a kiss for Survivor host Jeff Probst, and a few words about magical realism in American cinema.
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In this morning's roundup: An FBI guy reflects on whether you can really make money stealing art. Another Bachelor/ette pair bites the dust, a new film could be a new path for filmmakers, and ?uestlove goes into the education business.