Meet a man with a powerful addiction — to running. Caleb Daniloff says he believes the sport saved him from addictions that were far worse, and he's written a new book, called Running Ransom Road: Confronting the Past, One Marathon at a Time, about his experiences.
Daniloff has run some familiar marathons — New York and Boston — but he's also been to a place not famous for outdoor running: Moscow.
Lance Armstrong became a bicycle racing legend when he won every Tour de France from 1999 to 2005. But after what happened today, there will be no official record of all those victories. Cycling's international governing body announced it will not appeal sanctions by the U.S. Anti-Doping Agency.
<em>Machinarium</em> from Amanita Design is an adventure game centered a robot who has been sent to the scrap heap. Players solve puzzles to help the robot return to the city.
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<em>NintendoLand</em> is a theme park game with different activities designed for Nintendo's new hand-held game console Wii U. It was presented at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles in June.
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In <em>The Unfinished Swan, </em>players navigate an entirely white landscape by shooting their surroundings with a paint gun.
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Connor, who is British and Native American, is the new protagonist in <em>Assassin's Creed III.</em>
Video game makers are rolling out their new titles — with a wide range of creativity and style — just in time for the holiday shopping season. Jamin Warren, founder of Kill Screen magazine, shares his list of video games you should keep your eye on:
Broadway veteran Sutton Foster stars in the ABC Family show <em>Bunheads</em>, which, while focusing on adults, is still popular with ABC Family's demographic.
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The popularity of ABC Family shows like <em>Pretty Little Liars</em> has encouraged mainstream stars like Adam Lambert to get in on the action.
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After initial worries that family-centered stories might seem uncool to young viewers, ABC Family embraced the idea and now focuses much of its original programming on family dynamics, such as those in <em>Switched at Birth</em>.
In a sterile white boardroom in ABC Family's headquarters in Los Angeles, two young women are assiduously ignoring a spread of cookies in favor of two more important things: their laptops and a live broadcast of the show Pretty Little Liars playing on a large flat-screen TV.
Dalia Ganz, 28, is the show's social-media manager. She's patiently teaching one of the beautiful young actors on the show how to live-tweet this episode.
"Include #prettylittleliars in your answers," she instructs. That is a literal transcription of her words.