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  2. WBTS-CD - Wikipedia

    WBTS-CD (channel 15) is a Class A television station licensed to Nashua, New Hampshire, United States, broadcasting NBC programming to the Boston area. It is owned and operated by the network's NBC Owned Television Stations division alongside Merrimack, New Hampshire–licensed Telemundo station WNEU (channel 60); it is also sister to regional cable news channel New England Cable News (NECN ...

  3. Megyn Kelly - Wikipedia

    Megyn Marie Kelly (/ ˈ m eɪ ɡ ə n /; born November 18, 1970) is an American journalist, attorney, political commentator, talk show host, and television news anchor. She currently hosts a talk show and podcast, The Megyn Kelly Show, that airs live daily on SiriusXM.

  4. La Brea (TV series) - Wikipedia

    La Brea is an American science fiction drama television series that premiered on NBC on September 28, 2021. [1] [2] The series, produced by Keshet Studios and Universal Television , is created and executive produced by David Appelbaum.

  5. CBS Evening News - Wikipedia

    From 2011 to 2014, the CBS Evening News was the only remaining network evening newscast that used separate anchors for its Saturday and Sunday editions (NBC Nightly News previously used separate anchors for both weekend broadcasts until John Seigenthaler was appointed anchor of both the Saturday and Sunday editions in 1999, while ABC's World ...

  6. Psychic Detectives - Wikipedia

    Psychic Detectives or Psychic Investigators is a television program produced by StoryHouse Productions for Court TV. The program documents real-life cases of situations in which police departments have enlisted the aid of psychics in solving difficult cases. The series production does not investigate the claims of the psychics showcased or ...

  7. Disappearance of Patrick McDermott - Wikipedia

    The investigators claimed McDermott disappeared to avoid debts, including US$8,000 owed to his ex-wife for child support. Those same investigators created the website for the sole purpose of trapping McDermott. As the Dateline special showed, all visitors' web addresses were logged and mapped.

  8. Juanita Broaddrick - Wikipedia

    Juanita Broaddrick is an American former nursing home administrator. She alleged that she was raped by U.S. President Bill Clinton on April 25, 1978, when he (aged 32) was the Attorney General of Arkansas.

  9. Special Counsel investigation (2017–2019) - Wikipedia

    NBC News reported on August 25, 2017, that "in recent days" the grand jury subpoenaed witness testimony from the executives of six public relations firms, who worked with Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort on lobbying efforts in Ukraine.