WSJ Live Five years after Bernard Madoff was arrested for masterminding the world's largest Ponzi scheme, what has happened to all the investors' money? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer. Image: Associated Press
WSJ Live Could Rocky Balboa actually have run the 50k course suggested by the training montage in "Rocky ll"? A Philadelphia ultra marathoner organized a race that approximates the route. WSJ's Peter Loftus reports.
Entertainment Tonight Season: 32 Tyler Perry's beloved Madea is back in Tyler Perry's A Madea Christmas, in theaters December 13, and the prolific director reveals that he's not a big fan of directing movies when he's dressed up in drag as his signature character.
POPSUGAR Celebrity What a year it has been for the Fifty Shades of Grey movie. With the highs and lows of production delays and casting rumors involving everyone in Hollywood, it's been a roller coaster for fans. We're giving you a timeline of all the key moments from 2013
NBC TODAY Show In light of the upcoming film starring Mark Wahlberg, based on the true story of the failed Navy Seals Mission in Afghanistan: “Operation Red Wings,” NBC’s Kate Snow talks with the former soldier behind the inspiration for the movie, Marcus Luttrell.
Cable Highlights Top Talkers: A budget deal that would avoid a partial government shutdown is apparently near in Congress, but it is far from the grand bargain some had hoped to get. And a Tea Party candidate, Rep. Steve Stockman, will challenge John Cornyn.
NBC TODAY Show Dozens of world leaders from President Obama to UN chief Ban Ki-Moon lauded the late "giant of history" at a memorial service Tuesday, as tens of thousands cheered from the sidelines. Lester Holt reports.
NBC TODAY Show Despite being eliminated again from the Biggest Loser, the “American Idol” winner and recording artist says a number of factors, like his recent diabetes diagnosis, keep him motivated to lose weight.
Cable Highlights Top Talkers: Former VP Dick Cheney isn't sure if NJ Gov. Chris Christie would be the ideal candidate for 2016, and the Obama administration is recruiting former Clinton chief of staff John Podesta for a White House return.