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.
Do teen crushes ever really go away? Or does our judgment get better?
After the Muammar Gaddafi dust cleared, everyone was ready to move on (except maybe Michele Bachmann). The cable news channels quickly turned their a...
I scanned the room quickly to get a sense of who was there. Immediately, I noticed Christiane Amanpour talking quietly with Charles Osgood. I walked over and began listening as Christine told Charles of their first meeting.
This week Rick Perry found himself in a battle with Hank Williams Jr. for who could be more bizarrely offensive. Then came the prolonged ending of Ch...
I think it's fair to say that Education Nation is close to achieving that lofty 'must attend' status, no small feat for an enterprise that stumbled so badly out of the gate and is only two years old.
Trying to hold a legitimate off-site meeting doesn't come cheaply in Washington whether you're organizing it for the Department of Justice or private industry.
After weeks and weeks tweeting and shouting, Congress finally got it together and raised the debt ceiling on Wednesday. We can only hope that this ma...
My love of Curb and its star, Larry David, extends back to the days of Seinfeld and my childhood. It's the show (more than any other) to which I relate life.
The main thing I draw from the Anthony Weiner incident is that the greater shame is in our puerile culture and how the media feeds the frenzy. On its own face their actions are ludicrous and the well-paid media honchos should be equally ashamed.
The Robin Hood Foundation seemed to raise $47 million in a nanosecond at their gala. I had to learn more. The Foundation's executive director, David Saltzman, patiently answered some questions.
Extraordinary winds of change are blowing through the Arab world. It is huge news, so let's treat it with the professionalism and independence a truly monumental event deserves.
In Egypt, American journalists, particularly the television ones, are learning the difference between covering a controlled war, being embedded with friendly troops, and covering a fluid, live, dangerous situation.