Turns out, the Ann Curry firing debacle was NOT the lowest point to which The Today Show could sink.

At 8:46 a.m. today - the time at which the first place hit the World Trade Center 11 years ago - New York City and Washington, D.C. held a moment of silence in memory of 9/11. All the cable networks, Good Morning America and CBS This Morning all provided coverage of the tribute.

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It's terribly sad but true: Charlie Sheen really is winning.

The actor has reason to celebrate today (hooker and cocaine-free, we hope) because FX has picked up his Anger Management sitcom for 90 additional episodes. Yes, 90.

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Pretty Little Liars teased a major reveal - nay, a betrAyal! - on last night's summer finale, "The Lady Killer," and O... M... G, the ABC Family drama did NOT disappoint.

The series shocked viewers by unveiling two members of The A-Team. First, Nate, who turned out to be Linden James, the former True North boyfriend of Maya.

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