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September 23, 2014

TV Ratings Now Focus On Who Will Watch In The Future

The start of the fall TV season marks the first real concerted effort by the big four broadcast networks – ABC, CBS, Fox, and NBC — to highlight viewers for a show over a full week.The move reflects the shift away from live television viewing for entertainment programming and is aimed at prying more money away from advertisers.

U.S. Goes To War With Jabhat Al-Nusra

"Don't attack us, and don't make us attack you." BuzzFeed News' Mike Giglio reports from Turkey in an exclusive interview with an official in the Syrian rebel group, Jabhat Al-Nusra.

29 Reasons To Still Love Survivor

Because after after 28 seasons don't we all still want to watch half naked people battle the elements, each other, and play the ultimate strategic game?

As Many As 1.4 Million Could Have Ebola By Jan. 20, CDC Warns

According to a worst-case scenario estimate from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released Tuesday, the virus could infect more than a million people if not brought under control. The World Health Organization estimated that more than 20,000 people could be infected by early November.

Who Is The U.S. Actually Bombing In Syria?

The attack on Syria is more aggressive and expansive than many anticipated. But it remains unclear what the U.S. hopes to achieve, writes BuzzFeed News's Mike Giglio.

U.S. And Allies Hit ISIS In Syria

"Last night on my orders, America’s armed forces began strikes on ISIL targets in Syria," President Obama said Tuesday. The U.S. was joined by five Arab nations: Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Bahrain, Jordan, and the United Arab Emirates, Obama said.

"Gone Girl" Is Now A Sleek But Hollow Movie

Director David Fincher and stars Ben Affleck and Rosamund Pike have made a film adaptation that feels nastier and less balanced than Gillian Flynn's novel. Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!

"I'm A Guy"

Lauren Hennessy identifies as male, but chooses not to pass. And his fiancé is just fine with that. This is a story about love, identity and podcasts.

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