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Sunday's TV Highlights: 'Collision' concludes on 'Masterpiece Contemporary'

AFTERMATH: Repercussions from a horrific multi-car accident reach far and wide in the conclusion of 'Masterpiece Contemporary: Collision' at 9 p.m. on KCET.


Cold Case: The team reopens a 1983 case, originally investigated by Stillman (John Finn), focusing on a teenager who was killed before he could get justice for his slain girlfriend, who died in a spray of gunfire from Chinese gang members during a festival. Kathryn Morris, Danny Pino, Jeremy Ratchford, Thom Barry and Bobby Cannavale also star (9 p.m. CBS).

Curb Your Enthusiasm: A returned favor costs Larry quality time with Cheryl in the season finale (9 p.m. HBO).

Cowboys & Outlaws: This new series opens with a look at the complex character of Wyatt Earp, who straddled both sides of the law (9 p.m. History). A second new episode follows at 10.

Three Rivers: When a setback leaves a billionaire's wife without a new liver, he resorts to buying one on the black market. Owiso Odera, Heather Mazur, Kevin Rahm and Pablo Schreiber guest star in this new episode (10 p.m. CBS).

The Haunted: Two computer company owners find out their location seems to be haunted in the premiere of the new series (10 p.m. Animal Planet).


2009 American Music Awards: Online voting by fans picks those honored at the annual ceremony at the Nokia Theatre. The Black Eyed Peas, Jennifer Lopez, Adam Lambert, Jay-Z and Alicia Keys are scheduled to perform. Lady Gaga, Keri Hilson, Gloriana, Kid Cudi, Kings of Leon, Taylor Swift, Eminem and the late Michael Jackson are among the nominees (8 p.m. ABC).

Did the Mob Kill JFK?: This new special examines new evidence claimed to support the theory that the mob was behind JFK's assassination (8 p.m. Discovery). Followed by "JFK: The Ruby Connection," offering a new look at Jack Ruby's murder of Lee Harvey Oswald (9 p.m. Discovery).


The Member of the Wedding: Julie Harris was 27 when she played a 12-year-old tomboy whose feelings of not fitting in come to a head as her brother prepares to wed. Ethel Waters and Brandon De Wilde also stars in this 1952 classic (3:15 p.m. TCM).

Personal Effects: In this 2009 drama, a young man working for a wedding planner struggles to overcome the loss of his sister, who died shortly before her wedding. Michelle Pfeiffer and Ashton Kutcher star (9 and 11 p.m. Lifetime).

Fire From Below: Chaos strikes when lithium combines with water to create an environmental disaster (9 p.m. SyFy).


Pro football: The Indianapolis Colts visit the Baltimore Ravens (10 a.m. CBS); the Washington Redskins visit the Dallas Cowboys (10 a.m. Fox); the San Diego Chargers visit the Denver Broncos (1 p.m. CBS); the Philadelphia Eagles visit the Chicago Bears (5:15 p.m. NBC).

Women's college basketball: Baylor at California (2 p.m. FSN).

College basketball: Charleston Classic Final (3 p.m. ESPN2). O'Reilly Auto Parts Puerto Rico Tip-Off Final (5 p.m. ESPN2).

Soccer: MLS Cup '09. (5:30 p.m. ESPN).

Pro Basketball: The Oklahoma City Thunder visit the Lakers (6:30 p.m. FSN).

Photo: ITV / WGBH Boxton

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We don't know who killed president Kennedy, but after 13 years of research, author Douglas P. Horne, the Senior Analyst for Military Records on the Assassination Records Review Board (ARRB), provides the evidence of a cover up related to the autopsy of JFK in a five volume book, "Inside the ARRB", newly released this week.

Horne uses documents, autopsy photographs, and the 1990's ARRB testimony of the three pathologists who conducted the 1963 JFK autopsy in his to prove this statement he made in a November 10, 1998, Washington Post article.:

"I am 90 to 95 percent certain that the photographs in the Archives are not of President Kennedy's brain," Horne, a former naval officer, said in an interview. "If they aren't, that can mean only one thing -- that there has been a coverup of the medical evidence." Horne contends that the damage to the second brain reflected a shot from behind. He says the first brain was Kennedy's and reflected a shot from the front."

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