Around the remote: Heart-warming movies cap holiday week.
NEW YORK (AP) — Along with its triumphs, the world of TV had its share of setbacks in 2014. Here's a sample:
In these last days of 2014, it seems like the delicate, freedom-hugging art of narrative storytelling has exploded in our faces. Not unlike the head of a certain political leader in a fictional movie now not coming to a theater near you.
WASHINGTON — President Obama not only made a little news at his annual year-end news conference Friday, he appears to have made history.
MSNBC has launched a new streaming video service aimed at attracting young viewers who are not growing up with the habit of turning on cable news.
You have questions. I have some answers.
The issues of cyberbullying and harassment are, of course, nothing new.
NEW YORK — Colbert Nation is leaderless today.
The podcast about a real-life murder mystery is a surprise hit.
FILE - this Nov. 8, 2014 image provided by NBC shows, from left, John Allyn as Michael Darling, Allison Williams as Peter Pan, Jake Lucas as John Darling, and Taylor Louderman as Wendy Darling from the musical version, "Peter Pan Live!" (AP Photo/NBC, Virginia Sherwood)
Americans need well-paying careers, but not necessarily a university diploma.
Clearing up misconceptions about the company, its drivers and its customers.
Holiday specials rock around the remote.
Wearable fitness gear feels like a first effort but holds promise.
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“Top Five” easily tops any list of the five best Chris Rock movies.
Around the remote: Holiday movies and themes abound and "Rudolph" turns 50.
Around the remote: Flying off to Neverland and Christmas special town.
Around the remote: Parades and holiday specials.
Around the remote: Families full of scandal and murder and not-so-traditional Thanksgiving fare.