He defeats Hillary Clinton in state caucuses by 59% to 40%, according to early projections. Does he regain his momentum?
In testimony Friday, a former employee of Anthony Pellicano described a thriving criminal enterprise in which code names like "Cruise Missile Omerta" were used for files and in which she transcribed…
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Bashing Hollywood may not be so easy for Republicans this year. My monthly column for The Politico is here.
Trustees of the Directors Guild of America's health plan have moved to help DGA members who lost eligibility for health care coverage as a result of the 100-day writers strike.
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Continuing on the theme of how caustic things have gotten: Obama adviser Samantha Power resigns after she’s quoted calling Hillary Clinton a…
The only thing that passed for drama on Thursday at the Walt Disney Co.'s annual shareholders meeting in Albuquerque, N.M. was a question raised about Disney's decision not to release the…
SAG and AFTRA appear to have buried the hatchet on a nasty jurisdictional dispute, clearing the way for joint negotiations on their film-primetime contract in late March or early April.
The producers have voted, and John Pritchett has made the cut as the new director of "American Idol."
The post-Tuesday primary environment is — how shall I put it? — pretty caustic. It’s not just the campaigns, but industry supporters, where the feelings are raw. Tensions had been simmering, but…
A House subcommittee passed Thursday a tough new bill protecting intellectual property that would create a White House coordinator of federal antipiracy efforts. But in order to move the bill…
Perhaps Hollywood's paranoia regarding the trial of Anthony Pellicano was justified -- at least for anyone in the biz who ever had a telephone conversation with the private eye.