In June 2009, I had the honor of interviewing Scott Pelley for the book I co-wrote with 60 Minutes legend Mike Wallace.
APRIL 18, 2011, NEWS UPDATE IRS designates April 18 as deadline for paying federal income taxes, giving you three more days to procrastinate....
"Franco and Hathaway will bring a new, fresh, young, bold, sexy, glamorous, vibrant, hip, edgy, totally in-your-face feeling to the anchor desk," said CBS Embarrassingly Waning News Division spokesperson Melanie Andells.
Just give me one more crack at the ol' race track -The Mills Brothers As the son of a professional gambler, I spent a lot of my childhood at race t...
Boston University could not have produced two more different journalists than my friends Joe Nocera and Samantha Swindler.
Miss Representation, which premiered on Saturday in New York City, explores how one-dimensional, hypersexualized images of women in mainstream media reinforce negative gender stereotypes.
Foreign Policy In Focus received this response from an executive producer in Hollywood to a proposal we recently submitted.
That's the problem with entrenched dictators: they interact with their people less often than they enter Sinai Peninsula sheep shearing competitions disguised as shepherds' assistants.
Katie Orenstein, founder of The OpEd Project, is helping expand the range of voices we hear in the world, with a particular focus on increasing the number of women 's voices.
Sarah Palin tried really hard with her video response to the Arizona shooting. But she just had to slip the antiquated, anti-Semitic term "blood libel" into her statement.
The former Haitian ruler Jean Claude Duvalier once said, "It is the destiny of the people of Haiti to suffer." The quote sounds fatalistic and unfair. How can an entire population be destined to suffer?
"It's a crazy idea," Katie Couric said of her "Muslim Cosby show" remedy. Perhaps we need more "crazy" ideas -- like having popular stories that show Muslims and Americans aren't that different after all.
If the people of Cleveland can summon the generosity to celebrate Ted Williams, why can't more communities find similar generosity for their homeless brothers and sisters?
ASUS is a Taiwanese company that hit it big in the United States. It had been mostly known for computer parts, and in 2007 decided to build computers...
Should we make anything of Sarah Palin's latest gaffe? On its own, maybe not, but it's just one more piece of evidence, and a vivid reminder, that her public utterances are really just a string of shallow talking points.