Gordon Ramsay wants a bigger slice of the U.S. TV biz.
One of Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown's bigger political challenges is that he has to run for re-election in 2012, in a state that presumably will still be heavily Democratic, if not still heavily…
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Al Franken is reaping praise among Democrats for sounding alarm bells on healthcare reform, in what may have been a turning point in boosting the bill's prospects, but there are also signs that he's…
California gubernatorial candidate and state Attorney General Jerry Brown has stepped in to the case against Dr. Conrad Murray, Michael Jackson's former doctor who is charged with involuntary…
The White House released this photo of President Obama's signature — made with 20 pens — that made healthcare reform law. Cable news posted huge gains for Sunday's House vote, with Fox News leading…
Indian cinematographer P.N. Sundaram, who lensed more than 200 films, died Monday in Chennai, India, of a heart condition. He was 82.
Hot Docs opens April 29 with the Canadian preems of Thomas Balmes' "Babies" and Scot McFadyen and Sam Dunn's chronicle of Canuck rock trio "Rush: Beyond the Lighted Stage."
The Vice President calls healthcare reform a "big f–king deal" on an open mic at this morning's ceremony.
The Discovery Channel is expected to win the bidding for Sarah Palin's new series, at a pricetag of about $1 million per episode. Variety's Michael Schneider has the report here.
Lt. Dan Choi, in an interview with Newsweek, takes aim at the Human Rights Campaign, in part for the way that its rally to repeal "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" was organized. After the rally, Choi went to…
China's Film Bureau has teamed up with China Radio International to set up a foreign-language website to promote Chinese films overseas, a move that further underlines the country's growing ambitions…