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Banderas plays Picasso, a complex hometown hero, in 'Genius'
Antonio Banderas, who shares his birthplace with Pablo Picasso, decided it finally was time to portray his hometown hero
NBC, US Figure Skating have new rights deal
U.S. Figure Skating and NBC have a new agreement for domestic and international events through 2026. The deal announced Monday includes coverage of the U.S. Figure Skating Championships; ISU Grand Prix series, including Skate America; ISU World Championships; the Four Continents Championships; the
Ellen DeGeneres is critical of police shootings of black men
Ellen DeGeneres says she's 'furious' that so many black men have been shot by police and 'nothing seems to change'
Brewers analyst, former All-Star Davey Nelson dies at 73
Davey Nelson, a Milwaukee Brewers broadcaster and former All-Star infielder who also coached in the majors, has died
ABC appoints Robach as '20/20' co-anchor
ABC News appoints Amy Robach as co-anchor of its '20/20' newsmagazine with David Muir
Spatzle Primavera is made with vegetables, cream and cheese
Spatzle Primavera consists of spring vegetables, cream and cheese, swapping out traditional Italian pasta for the fresh egg pasta called spatzle
David Archuleta breaks down the best moments of last night's 'American Idol'
The former runner-up of the music competition discusses the highlights from last night's episode, as the competition heats up.
Ada Vox continues to blow judges away on 'American Idol'
On Sunday's episode of " American Idol ," the top 14 contestants performed solo, and for the first time this season, America has a hand in placing at least a portion of the contenders through to the next round. Viewers were instructed to vote online, in the "American Idol" app or via text, where
29-year-old chef dies after collapsing at London Marathon
London Marathon organizers say a 29-year-old man died after collapsing near the end of Sunday's race in the hottest conditions ever seen for the event