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Musical Beers With Ruffalo on "Tonight"

It's every man for himself as Jimmy Fallon, Mark Ruffalo, Stephen Merchant, Steve Higgins and Tariq from "The Roots" compete in a tense game of Musical Beers, a game that puts an adult twist on musical chairs. »

Latin Grammy Awards 2014: Calle 13 Sets Record for Wins

Latin Grammy Awards 2014: Calle 13 Sets Record for Wins

Enrique Iglesias picked up his first Latin Grammy in more than a decade Thursday, winning three trophies including song of the year for his platinum hit, "Bailando," while Calle 13 set a record for most... »

Hungering for a Great "Mockingjay"

Hungering for a Great "Mockingjay"

The fate of the franchise rests on the impressive shoulders of Jennifer Lawrence — and her arrow-slinging alter ego Katniss Everdeen. »

NBC Brings the Holiday Viewing Cheer

NBC Brings the Holiday Viewing Cheer

From classic Holiday moments such as "Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade" and the lighting of the tree during "Christmas in Rockefeller Center" to new seasonal special "Peter Pan Live!," NBC is the place for holiday... »

Cosby Stays Silent on Allegations During Show

Cosby Stays Silent on Allegations During Show

Bill Cosby avoided commenting on the resurfaced sexual assault allegations against him during a 90-minute benefit performance Thursday night at the Atlantic Resort in Nassau, Bahamas, NBC News is reporting. »

Motown Singer Jimmy Ruffin Dies at 78

Motown Singer Jimmy Ruffin Dies at 78

Jimmy Ruffin, the Motown singer whose hits include "What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" and "Hold on to My Love," died Monday in a Las Vegas hospital. He was 78. »

Bono's Gruesome Cycling Injuries Revealed

Bono's Gruesome Cycling Injuries Revealed

After U2 initially confirmed that the singer had "injured his arm in a cycling spill," one of Bono's doctors painted the full picture, revealing that the patient needed five hours of surgery on his smashed-up... »

Mike Nichols: Humanity on a Cinematic Scale

Mike Nichols: Humanity on a Cinematic Scale

From "The Graduate" to "Angels in America" and "The Birdcage," director Mike Nichols celebrated the power of everyday human experiences. »

Spain's Eccentric Duchess of Alba Dies at 88

Spain's Eccentric Duchess of Alba Dies at 88

The Duchess of Alba, one of Spain's wealthiest and most colorful aristocrats and recognized as the world's most titled noble, has died. »

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