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 acclaimed filmmaker makes the liberal's case for watching Fox News
The former San Francisco mayor and current lieutenant governor of California is an apologist for Google Plus and Michael Savage.
ABC's senior political correspondent lays out his favorite beat reporters and confesses to a severe case of Bieber Fever.
He's been running for office ever since he left the Massachusetts governorship in 2007 but tonight he announces his defeat to President Obama.
American elections are always a global event, but with this year's emphasis on the Electoral College, foreigners are cramming to re-learn the complicated state-by-state election system.
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).
Let's face it: The 2012 election is so passé. Voting may be less than 24 hours away but the media has moved on to bigger and better things: Like what's going to happen after the presidential election?
While more and more is known about the life and idealism of the late U.S. ambassador Chris Stevens, the identities and actions of his killers still remain a mystery.
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.
He may technically be Russia's second most powerful official, but he's no get-out-of-jail free card: For the second time, Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev called for Pussy Riot's release on Friday, saying the female punk rockers have served enough time already.
Cracks are beginning to show in the Obama administration's united front on the Benghazi consulate attack with some officials shifting blame to CIA director David Petraeus.
It's been more than six weeks since the U.S. compound in Benghazi was attacked, but reporters are still turning up sensitive U.S. documents lying about the wreckage.
It's the most unrequited relationship in politics, but last night it showed signs of thaw.
Russia's sky-diving, wolf-hunting, horseback riding president has suffered a "sports injury," according to his spokesman, but some Kremlin watchers insist something more serious is afoot.
Sending a tremor of panic down the spines of hard core Star Wars fans, Disney announced a cash and stock acquisition of LucasFilm for $4.05 billion on Tuesday and announced the planned release of another Star Wars movie in 2015.
Parts of New York City are submerged under 13 feet of water, but help is on the way: As we speak, a specialized unit called the "National Unwatering SWAT Team" is en route to Gotham. Ever heard of 'em?
After a night of devastation in which millions along the East Coast lost power and mass transit, the toll of Superstorm Sandy is only beginning to come into view.
Following a pair of denials by the CIA and the National Security Council to a Fox News story published Friday, the Pentagon has come under scrutiny for its response to the assault on the U.S. compound in Benghazi. However, in a statement to The Atlantic Wire, a senior defense official says the Pentagon never denied requests for military intervention in Benghazi.