The town hall format for the most recent presidential debate was billed as having all the spontaneity of common citizens asking anything on their minds to the candidates. Instead, it was just the…
Sarah Palin unlawfully abused her power as governor by trying to have her former brother-in-law fired as a state trooper, the chief investigator of an Alaska legislative panel concluded Friday.
Belgian production house Climax Films has set up Big Bang Distribution, which will bow Climax's "Coquelicots" locally on Dec. 3.
Bowing to the continued market turmoil, Viacom and CBS Corp. lowered their third quarter earnings guidance on Friday, citing the expected downturn in advertising spending in the coming months, among…
That, and other news, in today's Political Panorama. A few quick items… Barack Obama's purchase of a half hour of time will cost close to $1 million on each network. Gus Van Sant interviews young…
Wall Street extended its devastating decline Friday as investors, still seeing no resolution to the credit crisis, sold frantically and propelled the Dow Jones industrials to their eighth straight…
General Electric posted a third-quarter profit dip Friday that matched Wall Street expectations, with NBC Universal one of the conglom's lone bright spots.
Creating a stir this morning: Comments from NBC's Chuck Todd on “Morning Joe,” in which he claims that some Democrats are hoping that Al Franken loses his Senate race in Minnesota. It's a rather…
I'm on a video craze here, but there is much to catch up on… “Saturday Night Live” skewered the second presidential debate as part of its first prime time special geared to the election. It was a…
Sarah Silverman explains “The Great Schlep”…