Malvern Prep grad David Boreanaz is starring in CBS's "SEAL Team," and Warminster's Mike Vogel captains NBC's "The Brave."
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jimmy Kimmel used his late-night platform to continue his assault on the GOP health care bill, firing back at critics including U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy and "Fox & Friends" co-host Brian Kilmeade.
"It's like driving by a car accident. You're either going to stop or you're not," says the cofounder of Puentes de Salud of treating his patients.
The late-night comedian understands the bill's impact better than its authors do.
"There's a new Jimmy Kimmel test for you, it's called the lie detector test. You're welcome to stop by the studio and take it anytime."
"Disjointed" is for squares, by squares. And that's important.
NEW YORK (AP) - Conservative commentator Laura Ingraham is joining Fox News Channel's prime-time lineup with a program that pushes Sean Hannity into a direct competition with MSNBC's Rachel Maddow.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A top White House aide is offering a lackluster review for the politically-charged Emmy Awards.
Hughes says in the lawsuit that Payne "pressured" his way into her hotel room in 2013 and coerced her to have sexual intercourse with him, even as she rebuffed his attempts.
We followed the show's Jenkintown-raised creator, Adam F. Goldberg, from a City Hall ceremony to Friday's Phillies game, where his real-life brother Barry threw out the first pitch.
What's new or worth watching in the week to come.
The former White House press secretary also discussed Trump's Twitter habit, the term 'fake news' and Anthony Scaramucci.
The 18-hour documentary series, directed by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick ("The War," "Baseball"), and written by Geoffrey C. Ward, premieres at 8 p.m. Sunday on WHYY12.
The "SportsCenter" host has not apologized for the remark, although ESPN said she understands it was "inappropriate."