The Primetime Emmy Awards showed that women writers on a comedy or variety series are a rare and endangered species. Only seven of the 81 writers were women.
On Monday night, Arianna spoke with Barbara Walters' on her weekly radio show Here's Barbara. They discussed Sarah Palin, what Arianna would say if t...
Here are my top ten more realistic picks (men and woman) to replace Diane Sawyer on Good Morning America.
Taking on the role of New York fashion's mother hen, Diane von Furstenberg was pivotal in the planning of this year's fashion week.
Your bathroom scale measures the force of attraction between you and the earth, and that force is called your weight. If you look at it in those terms, it takes the emphasis off fat and puts it on gravitational pull.
The former governor of Alaska tells me her goal is to get her own T.V. show, something like The Rachel Ray Show.
Do you think it's a coincidence that Palin is resigning her office at the end of July and The View's Hasselbeck is expected to give birth at the beginning of August?
It's rare that television moves me to take action but it did while I was watching the ABC and NBC "specials" on the death of Michael Jackson.
We know you thrive on breaking news and our story is being suppressed, by evil banksters and their cronies, who would rather go bankrupt than confess.
To hear Sherri and Elisabeth quack on and on about "Darwinism", you'd think it was just the latest fad -- like skinny jeans or the Atkins diet -- something to be amused by but skeptical of.
As recently as a few decades ago, the Hamptons were still saddled with a reputation for snobbish exclusivity.
Kudos to the Obama family. They researched the best breed that fit their family, they consulted Ted Kennedy, who has Portuguese Water Dogs, and they "adopted" a dog that had been returned.
In letting O'Reilly slide by as they did, they enabled this known misogynist to appear before a female audience as a nice-enough guy.
Where's the gravitas? Where are the leaders? This is no time for our most experienced men and women to be on the bench.
It's 2009, and we're living in a changed world. I'm not talking about recessions, I'm talking about Barbara Walters, Sherri Shepherd, Joy Behar and Elisabeth Hasselbeck recommending vibrators on The View.
The Irrepressible Blagojevich admits to nothing! He concedes nothing! He never stops smiling! And he does all this while reciting poetry!