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  • Diane Sawyer exits as ABC's evening news anchor
    Diane Sawyer exits as ABC's evening news anchor

    NEW YORK (AP) — Diane Sawyer signed off as anchor of ABC's "World News" on Wednesday, telling viewers that it has been wonderful to be the "home port" of the network's news team each weeknight.

  • Billy Crystal remembers Robin Williams at Emmys
    Billy Crystal remembers Robin Williams at Emmys

    Billy Crystal, left speechless by Robin Williams' death, paid tribute to his great friend and comedy brother at the Emmy Awards, movingly remembering him as "the greatest friend you could ever imagine."

  • Maidana dares Mayweather to 'fight like a man'
    Maidana dares Mayweather to 'fight like a man'

    Painting unbeaten champion Floyd Mayweather as an evasive coward in the ring, Argentine challenger Marcos Maidana called out his rival Tuesday ahead of their world welterweight title rematch next month. Mayweather, who won a majority decision over his South American rival in May, faces Maidana again on September 13 in Las Vegas for the World Boxing Association and World Boxing Council titles. "I'm going to be on him from the opening bell," Maidana said. Mayweather, 46-0 with 26 knockouts, began his "crying" on the eve of the first fight when a protest about the lack of front padding in the gloves Maidana planned to use and has also taunted his rival as a dirty fighter who uses mixed martial arts tactics.

  • Poroshenko to seek ceasefire plan after 'very tough' talks with Putin
    Poroshenko to seek ceasefire plan after 'very tough' talks with Putin

    Russian President Vladimir Putin urged his Ukrainian counterpart on Tuesday not to escalate an offensive against pro-Moscow rebels, and threatened economic retaliation for signing a trade accord with the European Union. At the leaders' first meeting since June, Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko replied by demanding a halt to arms shipments from Russia to the separatist fighters. The pair shook hands at the start of talks in the Belarussian capital Minsk, only hours after Kiev said it had captured Russian soldiers on a "special mission" on Ukrainian territory. Responding to a video of the detained servicemen, a Russian defense ministry source told Russian news agencies that the servicemen had crossed the border by mistake.

  • Ukraine says video shows Russian soldiers detained in east Ukraine
    Ukraine says video shows Russian soldiers detained in east Ukraine

    Ukrainian security services on Monday released video footage purporting to show Russian servicemen who were captured by Ukrainian government forces while fighting alongside pro-Moscow rebels in Ukraine. The footage, which is likely to fuel allegations from Kiev and its Western allies of Russian involvement in the war, appeared on the day the Russian and Ukrainian leaders are to meet for talks in the Belarussian capital to try to end the conflict. Russia denies giving military help to the separatist rebellion in eastern Ukraine. Ukraine's state security service said on Monday it had detained 10 Russian paratroopers who had crossed into Ukrainian territory from Russia in a column of several dozen armed infantry vehicles.

  • Mega Buzz: Diaries' Changes, NCIS: LA's Throwdown and a Chicago Fire Accident
    Mega Buzz: Diaries' Changes, NCIS: LA's Throwdown and a Chicago Fire Accident

    Each week, executive editor Adam Bryant satisfies your need for TV scoop. Please send all questions to  mega_scoop@tvguide.com. Any scoop on The Vampire Diaries? —   Jessica You've probably already Season 6's first teaser, which features Stefan telling Elena to move on. Well, there's a reason their convo wasn't face-to-face. When the season begins, Stefan will definitely not be anywhere near Mystic Falls. In fact, he will have taken up a surprising new profession in his new "home." And while we're the topic of professions, Alaric also has a new job. Hey, newly resurrected vampires have rent to pay too! How long will Talia be sticking around on   NCIS: LA ? —   MarySorry, Densi 'shippers: It doesn't look like Talia (Mercedes Masohn) is going anywhere soon.... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com NCIS Bryan Cranston Leslie Hope Daniel Sunjata Ana Gasteyer Aaron Korsh Shane Brennan Weird Al Chicago Fire (MLS) Breaking Bad Sons of Anarchy Stephanie Jacobsen The Vampire Diaries NCIS: Los Angeles Nashville The Mindy Project Graceland About a Boy The Goldbergs Outlander

  • Ohio teenager found guilty of two 'knockout game' robberies of $10

    An Ohio teenager was found guilty after he pleaded no contest on Tuesday to two "knockout game" robberies in which he and two teenage accomplices stole a total of $10, prosecutors said. Deontae Howard, 17, faces up to 16 years in prison when he is sentenced on two felony robbery convictions for attacks in Dayton, Ohio, court documents showed. Prosecutors said Howard and two accomplices approached a victim in March from behind and punched him in the head. He tried to flee, but they chased him down and struck him in the head again and stole his wallet, which held $3, said Greg Flannagan, spokesman for the Montgomery County prosecutor.

  • Stosur, Sharapova unite in clampdown on time wasters
    Stosur, Sharapova unite in clampdown on time wasters

    Samantha Stosur joined fellow former US Open champion Maria Sharapova in calling for a clamp down on tennis time-wasters on Tuesday. Australian 30-year-old Stosur demanded that the '20-seconds between points' rule be strictly observed regardless of the status of players within the sport who may be tempted to abuse it to gain an edge. Stosur's demands came just a day after Sharapova only half-jokingly said that all players insisting on medical timeouts should be charged $2,500 as a test of the severity of their ailments.

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