In perhaps a tiny but significant decision, an appeals court ruled federal authorities had shown "a profound lack of regard for the important limitations on the role of the military in our civilian society" when they allowed the U.S. Navy to scan the computers of every citizen in the state of Washington fishing for evidence.
LL Cool J has been defined as a rapper, an actor, and let's face it, an international sex symbol. Besides the occasional lip-licking and topless video...
Though both borrow from French Revival architectural style, no two buildings could be further apart in significance than Bancroft Hall at the U.S. Naval Academy and the Chateau Marmont in Hollywood.
Valentine's Day 1969 finds not much romance amongst the Sterling Cooper crew and no little consternation over work. But there are some definite green shoots of hope and change popping up amidst the confusion and anger.
It's important to look at the seniority argument from a real-world perspective. Seniority is rarely, if ever, the single determining factor in deciding how much to pay an employee. Many other things factor into the equation.
I couldn't tell if it was the rain or the tears. That's not true, it was clearly the rain -- because the windshield wipers weren't working! Again. Te...
A Question of Revenue What pays the bills in Hollywood is advertising revenue. The more ad revenue a show the larger it's salary budget. The key d...
Despite nearly six months passing since Cote de Pablo's departure from NCIS was announced, there continues to be a significant outcry for her return.
Pauley Perrette does not hold back her feelings. She can be pretty hardcore and pretty intense, but her intensity is beautifully balanced by a playful, childlike quality, not dissimilar to her character's -- gothic forensic scientist Abby Sciuto -- on NCIS.
I'm having a crazy fantasy: A woman -- who, in real life, recently lost interest in me -- is writhing around, singing along to Joan Jett's "I Hate Myself For Loving You" and tormented by my absence.
Well, summer is over, folks, so now it's time to hang out with our real best friend: Television. I'm always interested in what could be the next big show, and even interested in a show that is not only big, but actually good.
Have you ever had three glasses of complimentary champagne on an empty stomach and been introduced to Garry Marshall? I have, and -- as long as you're not driving -- it's a surreal experience I think you'd enjoy.
When reading a book, when watching TV shows or movies, I always find myself coming to care about the characters. It seems that while reading or watching, you are almost projected into their world, no matter if it's a fantasy world.
It's been inspiring to me to see so many come together for a cause that they're passionate about. Hopefully all this fan momentum will have an effect on CBS and the show I've loved for many years.
If the Boston bombing was terrorism, as Tsarnaev claims, it looks like an especially boneheaded form of terrorism. Let's call it idiocratic terrorism. That's an adaptation of the title of the cult 2006 film Idiocracy, a satire about a dystopic future in which pretty much everyone is an idiot.
The days of traditional entertainment houses capitalizing on veteran's stories may soon be doomed. Doomed may be the wrong word used here however, the point is, traditional entertainment houses better beware. Veterans are on to something very unique.