Comedy Central has renewed animated political skein "Lil' Bush" for a second season while bumping up its episode order.
Initial numbers for the third quarter reports of funds raised by presidential candidates are starting to trickle in, and Barack Obama is on top so far with more than $19 million. But numbers for…
I will be on a break this week — a short vacation to Europe. While I am gone, my colleague in Washington, Bill Triplett, will be handling website duties, with a great D.C. bent to all of the week’s…
That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. After stumping in a big way for John Kerry, only to see him go down in defeat, Bruce Springsteen has not abandoned his political rhetoric. His…
There's growing alarm about the toxic relations between management and the talent guilds, and with good reason. The Hollywood community increasingly is taking on some disturbing characteristics of…
As Hollywood remains fascinated by the ongoing chess moves between Sumner Redstone and David Geffen, another key player in the Viacom vs. DreamWorks saga is often overlooked.
There's Boston and San Francisco, Chicago and Los Angeles, San Diego and Seattle and Denver. Now New Orleans is aiming to make the list of potential tryout towns for Broadway shows.
Updated That, and other news, in today’s Political Panorama. Democrats appear to have succeeded in their efforts to scuttle a proposed initiative that would change the way that California chooses its…
"Bill, what were you trying to say?" asked Jesse Jackson on "The O’Reilly Factor," which devoted a significant portion of Thursday’s show to Bill O’Reilly’s pushback against accusations that comments…
Dominick Dunne winged back to N.Y. today after a six-month stay on the Phil Spector mistrial. But before leaving he told me he had lunch today with one of the jurors–one who had voted "guilty." He…