Revelers in Hollywood’s quickening awards season will be pushed to two sides of the dance floor in Thursday’s Golden Globes nominations: drama and comedy.
An Omaha hospital says an American video journalist is free of Ebola and will be released soon.
Television sports and news personality Keith Olbermann publicly accused his news organization and others of going overboard in covering President Bill Clinton’s affair with intern Monica Lewinsky in 1998.
Network says the freelance journalist had been working in Liberia for 3 years; rest of crew, including Dr. Nancy Snyderman, being flown back to U.S. for quarantine.
Few would recognize his face, but most would know his voice: that booming baritone that for nearly four decades would introduce the lineups on “Saturday Night Live.”
White House correspondent Chuck Todd said Monday that a recent poll showing that President Barack Obama would lose to Mitt Romney if the election was held today is indicative of a country that is “fatigued” by the president himself.
The network is taking a wide-open approach to replacing Craig Ferguson in late-night
The monologue jokes were mostly thin and the host seemed stiff delivering them.
Michelle Obama talks exercise and health care with Jimmy Fallon.
NBC’s comic institution “Saturday Night Live,” criticized recently for a lack of diversity, said on Monday that it was adding a black woman to its repertory cast when new episodes start again later this month.