That's who Gilda Radner was and while it's somewhat shameful that the Wisconsin cancer center is detaching itself from her name, ultimately it's really up to us, the fans, to keep the flame alive generation to generation.
Isn't there a moral obligation at a company like Fox News to use its primetime hours to cover a massive, tragic, still-breaking news story?
Brian Williams and Ted Koppel are trying to tell us cable news anchors are biased and network news anchors -- especially those of yesteryear -- are not, or if they are, they don't show it. Really? Network anchors are not biased?
Will 2012's Republican women voters recognize this presidential election for what it really is for every American woman voter: a referendum on the very notion of what a woman can be in this day and age? I sure hope so.
Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert were on vacation, but Conan O'Brien in particular picked up the slack, not only having a great week on his own show, but also popping up in New York on Letterman to lay into Jay Leno in a way he hasn't done since everything went down more than two years ago.
Walter Cronkite brought us the evening news for decades; we watched in awe. Uncle Walter packaged stories of import that made tens of millions stop, s...
When there are so many young women talking about how realistically Girls depicts their lives, what a shame that HBO and Lena Dunham didn't take advantage of this and expand the Girls universe into the digital space.
While a lot was happening around the edges this past week, we're going to concentrate on Obama's campaign messaging. The general election is underway, and the Obama folks are busy crafting the language he's going to use to run on.
With the American presence in Afghanistan shaken in the horrific wake of Quran burnings, the death of innocent civilians and indications that the Amer...
This week began with Oscars, and while nothing could ever top Sacha Baron Cohen's fateful encounter with Ryan Seacrest on the red carpet, the late nig...
The South Carolina primary dominated this news this week, with two debates (and two standing ovations for Newt Gingrich). But Newt wasn't the only can...
The news had no problem fueling the late night shows this week. Below are my favorite clips of the week. What were yours?
In the end, I say "no big deal" that Brian Williams and Jon Stewart, each brilliant in his own right, were just not brilliant together. I do, however, hope Rock Center finds its footing.
Herman Cain's scandal and more provided ample material for the late night shows this week.