It wasn't the usual, run-of-the-mill premiere.
On July 20, French President Nicolas Sarkozy faces one of the toughest tests of his career -- reintroducing an antipiracy law to the country's National Assembly.
Each week, I'm going to try to present some of the better comments to stories and posts: Fund-raiser Ambassadors: Peter Bridges, the U.S. ambassador to Somalia from 1984 to 1986, had this response to…
A new tool has emerged to help those who want to extend film and TV properties across multiple platforms.
That, and other news, in today's Roundup and Recap.Tributes to Michael Jackson have highlighted his White House visits, in particular a famous ceremony in which Ronald and Nancy Reagan honored him…
The David Boies-Ted Olson lawsuit challenging Proposition 8 gained a new group of supporters this evening: The ACLU, Lambda Legal and the National Center for Lesbian Rights filed an amicus brief…
Just as President Obama has launched an aggressive push for health care reform, and as Democrats are scrambling to come up for ways to pay for it, a new voice was added to the many on Capitol Hill…
As expected, the White House has announced its intention to nominate Meredith Attwell Baker to take the Republican FCC seat vacated by Deborah Taylor Tate.
The full Senate agreed by unanimous consent Thursday to confirm Julius Genachowski as the next chairman of the FCC. Also approved was the re-nomination of Republican commissioner Robert McDowell.
Julius Genachowski was confirmed as the new chairman of the FCC this evening, in a seconds-long process by unanimous consent of the Senate. Republican Robert McDowell also was confirmed for another…