The House of Mirth is a dark and depressing Edith Wharton novel about a self-absorbed young woman obsessed with the goal of fitting into the upper-cru...
Should the Salahis be boiled, flogged, or has the media made it much more than it really was?
Several weeks ago Brian Williams profiled the children of the Afghan Child Education and Care Organization (AFCECO) and its founder Andeisha Farid in ...
Obama is not a miracle maker, but he will have at least tried to win the IOC bid. And during it all, he and the government will continue in any necessary actions.
Long before The Daily Show, long before The Colbert Report, Saturday Night Live was making fun of the news in a way that no one had ever seen before.
President Obama called on America's journalists -- and the media executives for whom they work -- to recommit themselves to the standards of journalism that Walter Cronkite practiced.
Israeli government approves construction of hundreds of new homes in occupied West Bank. How do you say, "Up yours, Obama " in Hebrew?
Charlie Gibson leaving ABC's World News after only a few years in the top spot is news, but is shaking no foundations. It's also not at all surprising who is replacing him: Diane Sawyer.
Suddenly this summer, as right-wing mini-mobs turn health care forums into free-for-alls, as unhinged political rage flows in the streets, and as the Nazi and Hitler rhetoric flies, anger is in.
Many ask why I incessantly write about our wars and our television coverage, and I have no reasonable answer other than what is going on makes me nuts.
The fact that our president won't stand behind his words when they become controversial makes me quite concerned about his future.
Simply for acting like a leader this week, Speaker Pelosi wins the Most Impressive Democrat Of The Week award hands-down.
CNN needs to rethink where it's going with this often pointless Jackson coverage.
Brian Williams just bumped Farrah Fawcett for Michael Jackson. Two American icons who meant so much to so many in so many surreal situations during their heyday, are dead today.