A Hollywood gatekeeper explains how he sifts through the glut of scripts, rough cuts, TV shows and movies every day.
The co-host of CBS This Morning shares her secret to staying informed: Early mornings and commercial breaks.
The election is almost over, and thanks to a combination of near-constant fundraising and outside spending, the 2012 race will go down as the most expensive election in history (until we hold the next presidential race, you can assume).
Last night, minutes before the world premier of the controversial new film SEAL Team Six: The Raid on Osama bin Laden in Washington, D.C., director John Stockwell made a brief announcement to attendees: The facts in his film were not "confirmed or denied" by White House officials. When the movie's ending credits rolled down the screen 90-minutes later, that fact was abundantly clear.
One of the reasons U.S. Navy SEALs were able to so skillfully execute the raid on Osama bin Laden's compound last year was a CIA training facility in North Carolina that mirrored the architecture of bin Laden's actual compound in Pakistan.
The polling guru tells us the sources he loves and what he hates most about punditry.
The term "illegal immigrant" has become something of a lightning rod these days as activist Jose Antonio Vargas aims to shame The New York Times and the Associated Press out of using the loaded phrase.
North Korea may be vowing to reduce South Korea to ashes in "three or four minutes" but that doesn't mean it can't pay homage to South Korea's most beloved export, i.e., global pop sensation PSY.
Your deep-V's aren't welcome here, Dov Charney. The Malaysian government has begun organizing seminars aimed at helping parents and teachers identify latent homosexuality in children. One of the principal warning signs? V-neck T-shirts.
If you can't keep track of all the Muslim protests erupting across the globe, you're not alone.
CBS News anchor Scott Pelley was stunned when the ex-Navy SEAL author of No Easy Day told him members of SEAL Team 6 were napping on the helicopter ride over to Osama bin Laden's hideout. But one explanation that occurs often in the book is that members of SEAL Team 6, apparently, are extensive users of potent sleeping pills such as Ambien.
A second charity is refusing to accept donations from former Navy SEAL Matt Bissonnette, author of the bestelling book No Easy Day about the mission to kill Osama bin Laden, The Atlantic Wire has confirmed.
If "Billie Jean" is the cornerstone track of Michael Jackson's 1982 album Thriller, and Thriller is the album that saved pop music, then Hall & Oates, in some not-insignificant way, rescued pop music in the early 1980s, at least according to The New York Times Magazine's Rob Hoeburger.
Navy Adm. James Stavridis tells us what he reads while he's keeping our NATO allies in line.
In a disturbing report out of Georgia, prosecutors say four U.S. soldiers plotted to overthrow the government and assassinate President Obama.
Julian Assange has made no secret that the Ecuadorian Embassy is a boring, cramped, poorly-lit place to reside (with underwhelming dining options), but he'll have to get used to it: After a heated diplomatic row last week, Britain and Ecuador are back to square one with regards to his extradition status.
They were the Republicans' best chance at swift-boating President Obama, but they're unraveling at the seams.
For a subset of Chicago foodies—"with au courant appetites for sustainable, healthy, and locally sourced meats"—squirrel eating is making a comeback. Just call your dinner the "Chicken of the Trees."
CNN botched an exposé about white power rock bands by including the group Hatebreed (not a white power group) among a list of white supremacist bands. CNN eventually posted a correction but not before its fans made an impassioned defense: Sure this band has hate-filled songs, but not racist, white supremacist hate-filled songs!
America's least favorite mercenary firm got another black eye on Tuesday when it admitted to key facts behind 17 federal criminal charges.