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FAIRFIELD, Conn. Two commuter trains serving New York City collided in Connecticut during Friday's evening rush hour, sending 60 people to the hospital, including five with critical injuries, Gov.
Earthquakes Canada is reporting a 5.1-magnitude earthquake just west of Ottawa that was felt as far away as Toronto.
Networks unveiled their fall lineups this week in New York at their various upfront events, and although CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox all trumpet their new shows as the best of the best, not every pilot is destined to be a hit, or even worth your time.
With the broadcast networks ordering more than 40 dramas and comedies to series , top executives across Hollywood worked the phones calling scores of writer-producers with news of their future.
Network executives are turning to limited-run series - fewer episodes of a show with no promise of a second season - to build buzz, satisfy binge watchers and cater to video-on-demand services like Netflix.
Chief Executive Leslie Moonves have been getting red in the face lately about Aereo , the audacious startup that's trying to make a business out of re-transmitting broadcasters' free over-the-air signal to its online subscribers.
The actress, who will be starring in the new CBS comedy Moms , spoke to E! News during the network's upfronts last night in New York, and gave a sweet update on her precious son, Jack .
Though specifics for the first episode have yet to be locked down , the new season will kick off another story.
CBS Films CBS Films has overhauled under Terry Press and Wolfgang Hammer who were named co-presidents about a year ago.
Ron Weaver dies , a three-time Daytime Emmy Award-winning producer who worked on CBS' The Bold and the Beautiful for almost three decades, died Thursday at his home in Los Angeles.
With only a few new programs to showcase for the new season, CBS had a lot of time to kill during its nearly two-hour upfront presentation on Wednesday afternoon at Carnegie Hall in New York.
Jurors will resume deliberations for a second day in an Ohio murder case hinging on whether a dying, paralyzed man identified his shooter by blinking his eyes.
No television show was safe from comedian Jimmy Kimmel, who gave a good ribbing to his TV bosses and other US networks while hosting a buyers' session in New York.