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Jon Stewart, shown here interviewing President Obama on The Daily Show in October 2012, has been lampooning the problems with the Affordable Care Act website in recent episodes. Brad Barket/PictureGroup hide caption

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Actress Marcia Wallace has died at age 70. She was a fixture on American television for decades, thanks to long-running roles on The Bob Newhart Show and The Simpsons. Angela Weiss/Getty Images hide caption

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A countdown clock at Fusion's Miami studio tracks the time until the network's Monday launch. J Pat Carter/AP hide caption

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Fusion Wants Young Latinos To Turn On Their TVs

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'Shop-And-Get-Frisked' When You Spend $350 At Barneys

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On Tuesday night, PBS' Frontline will investigate how decades of antibiotic overuse has led to the emergence of drug-resistant superbugs. Courtesy of Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hide caption

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Antibiotics Can't Keep Up With 'Nightmare' Superbugs

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Sesame Street music director Bill Sherman with Elmo and Zoe on the set. Sherman won a Tony Award for In the Heights in 2008 and has recruited Broadway peers to compose for the children's show. Howard Sherman for NPR hide caption

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New Cable Channels Try To Lure Millennials Back To TV

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The New And The Next: Punk Rock Love, A Sensible Scary Movie

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Pastor Jamie Coots holds a snake at Full Gospel Tabernacle in Jesus Name Church of Middlesboro, Ky. NGO hide caption

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Set in London in the early 1930s, Dancing on the Edge is a five-part miniseries about a black jazz band trying to crack the dance halls and radio playlists. Made for BBC-2, the episodes will air starting Saturday night on the Starz cable network. Starz hide caption

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