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Saturday, December 26, 2015
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COMPANY TOWNHow cable and broadcast TV news fared in 2015When 2015 began, it seemed unfathomable by the end of the year that Brian Williams would no longer anchor "NBC Nightly News" or that Donald Trump would be leading in the polls for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination.


Today's Top News


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What those homeless camps along L.A.'s freeways mean for a public space once above it all
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Critics' picks: What to see, do and eat
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Janet Jackson postpones 'Unbreakable' tour, citing surgery
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The intersection of music and movies in 2015 sparks startling connections

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Gold Standard: Academy turns out in force for 'Star Wars'
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Oscar Watch: 'Star Wars' for best picture? Never tell me the odds
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Gold Standard: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens' wins its first honor. More to come?
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'The Big Short' could come on strong in the Oscars race for best picture

More Entertainment


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Thursday's TV highlights: 'A Christmas Story' and more
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Wednesday's TV highlights: 'I Love Lucy Christmas Special' and more
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Fox News Channel will celebrate New Year's Eve with Donald Trump
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Jerry Seinfeld taking President Obama for a ride in 'Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee'
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Tuesday's TV Highlights: 'The Year: 2015' on ABC
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Steve Harvey mis-crowns Miss Universe; Twitter hilarity ensues
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'Homeland' recap: Carrie is at a crossroads as season dramatically ends
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Surprise! Kardashians release a subdued Christmas card featuring Kris Jenner's grandkids


For once, the Kardashians have kept it simple, unveiling their annual holiday card featuring the family's youngest members.


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Hollywood premiere of 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'




 




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Karen Finley in 'The Jackie Look'




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