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2008-12-10 09:14:00

Special Float is Tribute to Nebraska Family's Story of Organ Donation OMAHA, Neb., Dec.

2008-12-01 18:51:43

British-born television actress Parminder Nagra told Usmagazine.com exclusively that she is pregnant with her first child. Nagra plays Dr. Neela Rasgotra on the U.S. hospital drama ER, which is now in its final season.

2008-11-13 09:25:00

By Bill Keveney ER's valedictory bows kick into high gear tonight with the return of Anthony Edwards, an original cast member who is likely to lead a wave of high-profile alumni visits during the NBC hospital drama's final season. "It was very nostalgic.

2008-11-06 06:00:12

By Bob Minzesheimer He scared millions of us by cloning dinosaurs with prehistoric DNA in Jurassic Park and by unleashing a virus from outer space in The Andromeda Strain.

2008-10-28 18:00:19

Ned Beatty, Sherry Stringfield, Jena Malone, Katee Sackhoff, Tom Everett Scott and Vivica A. Fox have signed up for guest spots on "Law and Order" this season. The New York-set cop drama is slated to begin its 19th season Nov. 5, NBC said.

2008-10-24 08:50:00

Seven Tokyo hospitals turned away a pregnant woman who complained of headaches and vomiting, and who died three days later of a brain hemorrhage, officials say.

2008-10-14 00:00:40

By Jeremy Laurance Medical Life Goodness me, it's High Noon in the surgery. Doctors and nurses have fallen out and are flicking stethoscopes at each other. The cause of their quarrel? Money.

2008-10-08 15:00:25

Anne Hathaway said she was amazed to hear U.S. director Jonathan Demme wanted her to play an acid-tongued, recovering drug addict in his new movie.

2008-10-07 09:00:33

By ERIC DEGGANS By Eric Deggans St. Petersburg Times WHEN FILM ACTRESS Angela Bassett was considering a substantial role on NBC's long-running medical drama, "ER," she particularly remembers one actor encouraging her to make the move: castmate Mekhi Phifer.

Word of the Day
  • A pivoted catch designed to fall into a notch on a ratchet wheel so as to allow movement in only one direction (e.g. on a windlass or in a clock mechanism), or alternatively to move the wheel in one direction.
The word 'pawl' probably comes from a Latin word meaning 'stake'.