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New 'NCIS' Spinoff Sets Up Shop in New Orleans

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — The newest members of the "NCIS" TV franchise understand the importance of family roots. The stars and producers of "NCIS: New Orleans" are hoping that viewers loyal to the CBS hits "NCIS" and "NCIS: Los Angeles" will embrace their version. But they also are betting that the drama's setting, one of America's most distinctive cities, will exert its own magic. The se... more

PBS' 'Shelter Me' Puts At-Risk Pets in Limelight

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Any animal can end up at a public shelter, but most of them won't stay long. There, millions of dogs and cats face euthanasia, driving one filmmaker to turn his camera into a lifesaver. Workers at several of the shelters, where no animal is turned away, say pets have a champion in Steven Latham , who directs and produces a PBS series called "Shelter Me," featuring animals that are running out ... more

Transgender SEAL is Subject of CNN Documentary

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Ask Kristin Beck what it's like to be the only transgender Navy SEAL in the world and you get a deeply philosophical answer on living a conflicted life. The one thing she's sure of: After a 20-year career as a highly decorated commando, coming out publicly as a woman was the truest -- and hardest -- thing she had ever done. As a SEAL and a senior chief petty officer in the exclusive Naval Special ... more

Gun Company Cuts Ties with 'Sons of Guns' Star

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BATON ROUGE, Louisiana (AP) — A firearms company at the center of the reality TV show " Sons of Gun" distanced itself from the star of the now cancelled program this week after he was arrested on charges of repeatedly raping a child. Will Hayden was arrested Tuesday. As of Thursday, Red Jacket Firearms said that "with heavy hearts," it had legally cut ties with him but would continue to operate. "... more

CBS Releases Outtakes From Interview It Held Back

This image made from undated video obtained by The Associated Press, which has been authenticated based on its contents and other AP reporting, shows a man believed to be Peter Theo Curtis, a U.S. citizen held hostage by an al-Qaida linked group in Syria.

NEW YORK (AP) — The release of U.S. journalist Peter Theo Curtis by Syrian captors has prompted "60 Minutes" to issue portions of an interview with a fellow ex-hostage that the show had edited last year to remove references to Curtis. During an interview with photojournalist Matthew Schrier about his captivity in Syria for a story that aired last November, Schrier had talked about being kept in a cell with Cur... more

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