He's in the midst of a full-scale media blitz in Manhattan - doing The View, the Howard Stern Show, Keith Olbermann, Joy Behar - but comedian Richard ...
Poor Herman Cain. He is now in the awkward position of trying to slither out of a mushrooming sexual harassment scandal by parsing words such as "agr...
News in Color contributor Hazel Jones shares her thoughts about Bank of America's recent fee increases, Sarah Palin's decision not to run for President, the n-word controversy on The View, and the untimely passing of Steve Jobs.
It may be tempting to find something disingenuous in Lady Gaga's ability to transform herself so easily for so many different platforms. But that would be a mistake.
Maybe it would be a good idea if Hilton, who has been endlessly referred to as "being famous for doing nothing," went back to what she apparently does best -- nothing.
There once was a royal named Will. Whose grandma was over the hill. They made him an Earl And he got his girl. Of his nuptials we've all had our fill.
There's this grainy Zapruder film of the world's best living comic, Louis C.K., appearing on The View, and he's getting completely manhandled.
I was appalled by the Academy's egregious "oversight," omitting Goldberg from their Oscars retrospective. For the record, she has appeared in over 50 films.
Democrats, no doubt, are enjoying the spectacle of Donald Trump and Sarah Palin. But even if it enhances Barack Obama's prospects for reelection, we should all worry about the celebrification and trivialization of politics.
Happy Birthday, Warren Beatty! You get to keep the rights to Dick Tracy. The Tribune Company lost a few days ago, so it was an early birthday gift.
I confess. I'm cheating on Barbara Walters.The other woman in my life -- or should I say women -- are Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb.
I was slow to accept the reality of what I instinctively knew: Memoirists are not a crowd who write personal narratives of blissfully joyous times, of hearts and flowers and romantic love.
Who could forget when coach Tom Hanks yelled at his baseball player in the movie, A League of Their Own, "There's no crying in baseball!"? It was out ...
Susan Boyle's recent performance on The View was not that of a professional, but of a scared hit-or-miss amateur who seems to have lost her joy for singing.
What might a Republican donor, pleased to have Republican control of the House, say to the weeping speaker? Or perhaps sing to Boehner, to the tune of "Don't Cry for Me Argentina?"
Susan's sweet, angelic voice permeates the album and the arrangements sound as though they were written in heaven.