As an NBC reporter from 1961 to 1988, Valeriani covered the Bay of Pigs invasion in Cuba, rallies for voting rights in the South, the globe-trotting diplomat Henry Kissinger, and the U.S. response to the Iran hostage crisis under President Jimmy Carter.
At Jada Pinkett-Smith's red table, women talk sex, body issues, and, yes, Willow and Jaden's gender-bending tendencies.
"Humanity needs to be better."
Legislation proposed by Assemblyman Paul Moriarty on Monday, June 18 calls for the creation of an official Anthony Bourdain Food Trail across New Jersey.
The former Sixers great attempted to clarify his answer, but only ended up making it worse.
'Fox & Friends' viewers might not realize anything unusual is going on at the border.
Will West Chester's Aquaria be the next drag superstar?
Costner still looks great on a horse, but his character, a wealthy rancher, bolsters TV's argument that rich men may not make great fathers.
New docu-series from the "How to Get Away with Murder" actress and her husband, Julius Tennon, highlight cases of Darlie Routier and Julius Jones, who say they were wrongly convicted and condemned.
Brewer signs off after 10 years
The Upper Darby-raised "Mean Girls" creator may not have brought home a Tony on Sunday, but her presence meant something to one group of performers.
New story takes place thousands of years before the events of the one that's wrapping up in 2019.
Anthony Bourdain, the popular chef and Emmy-winning host of CNN's Parts Unknown is dead, the network reported Friday morning. He was 61.