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The Last day of events has Gold medals in Men's Volleyball and Basketball as well as the Women's Pentathlon.
Today's coverage will also include Basketball, Field Hockey, and Volleyball.
More of today's events include Boxing, Field Hockey, and Water Polo.
More of today's events include Women's Basketball, Tennis, and Men's Field Hockey.
Season eight arrives tonight.
In the wake of Paul Walker's tragic death, Universal is still figuring out ho...
via USA Today The new series starring the heroes of today—tomorrow is resolicited, now with legendary artist Howard Porter (JLA) on board! But what are these heroes doing in the year 3000? And who (or what) brought them there? Get ready for a dose of wonder from the writing team of Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis!
Jerry Sandusky and Whitey Bulger docs, Alex Gibney's latest head for Park City
Real sports news forces ESPN to scrap Ron Burgundy's 'SportsCenter' stunt Russell Simmons teams with John Singleton for HBO's "Club Life: Miami" History channel developing a "Jamestown" colonial miniseries
'Dinosaur 13' and 'The Green Prince' will open the Festival
Johnnie To directs this foreign language film about drugs in China.
A sprawling interview with the actor on his new films and his future as a filmmaker
James Robinson and Leonard Kirk on helming the 'Fantastic Four' relaunch
Filmmakers Clark and Jesse Lyda invite viewers to ponder how such core American values and rights as due process and presumption of innocence apply to immigrants by offering an illuminating look into the controversial T. Don Hutto Residential Center, a family detention center set up by the Bush administration in an attempt to end the so-called "catch and release" of undocumented migrants. Opened in May 2006 as a prototype family detention facility, the T. Don Hutto Residential Center is a former medium-security prison located in central Texas, and operated by CCA, the largest prison operator in the USA. There, immigrant children and their parents from across the globe must wait to discover whether they will ultimately be deported, or granted asylum. Quietly opened with little fanfare in either the press or the public eye, the T. Don Hutto Residential Center came to the attention of immigration attorney Barbara Hines when many of the detainees contacted her seeking representation. The more Hines learned about the facility, the less happy she became with how it was being run. Shocked by the troubling conditions there, Hines teamed with Vanita Gupta of the ACLU and Michelle BranÃ© of the Women's Refugee Commission to investigate the detention center and press charges. But Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) didn't respond well to the heat, and tried their hardest to dissuade the determined lawyers. Only through making their findings public, encouraging activists and media to get involved, and filing a historic lawsuit would Hines, Gupta, and BranÃ© be able to encourage important changes in both policy and condition. This is the story of their fight to ensure that all people who enter America be grated the same inalienable human rights, regardless of whether they've already been granted citizenship or not. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide