Updated There may be ample fund-raising fatigue to go around, but that isn't keeping a host of politicos from descending on Los Angeles for a series of events this month. The period around Easter is…
Phil Spector was found guilty on Monday of killing actress Lana Clarkson at his home in 2003.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Rick Warren's last-minute cancellation on "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" was blamed on exhaustion (and fumes), but Time's Amy Sullivan has…
When I first heard that Glenn Beck was taking his show on the road, in a standup routine that would play off of Thomas Paine's "Common Sense," my reaction was, Of course he is. He's an entertainer…
Tribune Co. is facing more scrutiny from the feds, this time for the complex employee stock ownership plan that was the key to financing Sam Zell's 2007 takeover of the newspaper and TV station owner.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap. Populist tea parties are being organized for April 15, including some demonstrations that will feature members of the Republican congressional…
President Obama's just-completed European trip yielded the by-now customary exasperation from conservatives, but the most interesting line of attack was that a U.S. president's warm reception abroad…
James Carville sent out an e-mail offering this carrot if donors write checks to retire Hillary Clinton's campaign debt: They'll have a chance to win tickets to the finale of "American Idol." "You…
Debuting at this year's Tribeca Film Festival on April 24 is a new documentary sure to create some turbulence — which is kind of the name of the game in the hypercompetitive nonfiction film biz. In…
British rights firm Coolabi is reportedly in talks to buy the crime division of Chorion, the privately owned media rights company, in a deal worth up to £50 ($73 million).