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How Jimmy Stewart's war service affected 'It's a Wonderful Life'

As we stare headlong into the approaching holiday season, the 1946 James Stewart classic "It's a Wonderful Life" is set to make its annual television appearance Saturday on NBC. It was the first movie Stewart made when he returned home after serving as a pilot in World War II, an experience that left him adrift and not without psychological fallout.

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NASA celebrates Star Trek's 50th anniversary

In recognition of Star Trek’s 50th anniversary NASA wished the entire Star Trek family a happy anniversary.
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NASA celebrates Star Trek's 50th anniversary 1:16

NASA celebrates Star Trek's 50th anniversary

UM scientist and tiger shark expert Neil Hammerschlag dives in to 2 films for Shark Week 1:55

UM scientist and tiger shark expert Neil Hammerschlag dives in to 2 films for Shark Week

Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown practices for his 'Dancing with the Stars' debut 1:19

Pittsburgh Steelers' Antonio Brown practices for his 'Dancing with the Stars' debut

Santa burglar caught on camera 0:44

Santa burglar caught on camera