On "The Colbert Report" Tuesday night, host Stephen Colbert opened with an impassioned show of support to the people of Boston - one that'll make you simultaneously tear up and cheer.
He pointed out that while officials continue to investigate who's behind Monday's blasts, he does know that "whoever did this obviously did not know s*** about the people of Boston."
The trailers for Zack Snyder's "Man of Steel" are so good, we feel like we've gotten our money's worth just by watching them.
The newest clip is just as captivating and emotionally resonant as the full trailer released last December, which focused on a young Clark Kent realizing that he has extraordinary powers, ones that he can use for good but that also must remain a secret.
Actor Richard LeParmentier, who memorably felt the force of Darth Vader's wrath as Adm. Motti in 1977's "Star Wars," has died, CNN confirms. He was 66.
According to a statement from production company Lucasfilm, LeParmentier was born in Pennsylvania, but had been living in the UK during the peak of his acting career.
It wasn't a question of whether comic D.L. Hughley would be eliminated on "Dancing with the Stars" this season, but when.
That moment came on Tuesday night when Hughley learned that he was the fourth celebrity out of the ABC series. He's struggled throughout the competition, and his battles with judge Len Goodman over how he was being criticized became an early storyline this season.
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