That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Updated Crowds mobbed the Wilshire Theater on Tuesday night to listen and see Al Gore launch the tour for his book, "The Assault on Reason." But…
The timing, at the very least, was awkward: Monday's New York Times story about scaled-back preems landed during a particularly hearty party stretch here and abroad.
WGA West president Patric Verrone, whose two-year term has been marked by a far more assertive approach to negotiations, plans to seek re-election.
Incumbents won most of the open slots and a dissident faction picked up three seats in the Los Angeles branch of AFTRA, which announced its election results Tuesday.
CBS and producers of the Tonycast opened a whole can of controversy over the weekend when they approached producers of Broadway musicals "Legally Blonde" and "LoveMusik" about performances during the…
Bob Barker's long goodbye to "The Price is Right" will come to an end June 15. That's the date CBS has set for the final first-run Barker-hosted episode of the quizzer.
Fred Thompson is not yet in the presidential race, but he has hired a de-factor campaign manager, and he’s now under a new level of scrutiny. The latest comes from Avni Patel of ABC News’ The Blotter…
The TBS web has received replies from Internet mall Rakuten to a second round of questions about its TBS stock buy plans and will now decide within 90 days whether to activate poison pill measures…
A personal note about a former colleague: TV Guide’s Mary Murphy was honored Monday night for her work at the Midnight Mission, one of the largest and longest-running homeless facilities in the…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Updated It's a human story, a factual story, but also a political one – and decidedly ugly. It may also signal a fateful quirk in the American…