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CBS Fall Preview 2014

CBS will bring five new shows to the prime time line-up this fall and you can get an early look at what they are all about. 

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Report: Angelina Jolie, Brad Pitt married

A spokesman for Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt said the couple was married Saturday in France, The Associated Press reported.

Sopranos final scene

HBO

'Sopranos' ending? Let it be

Thank you, David Chase, for not changing the ending.

Chelsea Handler last E!

How Chelsea Handler said goodbye

Chelsea Handler has made a clean break from E!. Or at least we assume it was clean, since Handler's final "Chelsea Lately" episode Tuesday included one of her infamous celebrity-accompanied shower scenes.

Vanessa Williams on red carpet

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IRS hits Vanessa Williams with big tax lien

The IRS filed a tax lien against Vanessa Williams, saying the singer-actress owes the federal government $369,249 for her 2011 earnings.

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Miley Cyrus' 'homeless' VMA date faces arrest

The young man Miley Cyrus chose to represent homeless youths at the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday faces arrest in Oregon, a corrections official said.

An arrest warrant was issued for Jesse Helt, 22, when he stopped checking in with his probation o...

World's largest record collection

Inside the world's biggest record collection

Strolling between shelves crammed with his records, Zero Freitas pauses and finds another piece of music that he just must take home.

Springfield Oregon Simpsons mural

KPTV

Springfield, Ore., unveils 'Simpsons' mural

There's much debate about which Springfield is the home of "The Simpsons." One Oregon town is staking its claim.

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    When Martin Luther King Jr. gave his "I Have a Dream" speech on the Lincoln Memorial steps during 1963's March on Washington, more than a few famous faces were on hand to help the cause.

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