Anderson Cooper’s Egypt Coverage Criticized

Seems Anderson Cooper can’t catch a break. Despite his enduring physical altercations on the streets of Egypt as he was covering the latest protests, Cooper’s take on the political uprising earned him nasty remarks from Los Angeles Times columnist James Rainey and a fellow broadcaster on Fox News, according to the Huffington Post. Claiming the […]

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Bill Nye the Science Guy Collapses on Stage

LOS ANGELES – Bill Nye, host of the Emmy-winning 1990s television show ‘Bill Nye the Science Guy,’ collapsed during a California speech, then got up and continued his presentation. The Los Angeles Times says the 54-year-old Nye apparently fainted on stage Tuesday evening in front of hundreds of people gathered at the University of Southern […]

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Is Piers Morgan Replacing Larry King?

With Larry King on his way out of CNN, there have been plenty of rumors floating around television circles, all speculating on the possible heir to King’s throne, but the latest suitor, Piers Morgan, seems the most surprising. Morgan, the notorious ‘Britain’s Got Talent’ judge and former ‘Celebrity Apprentice‘ contestant, is reportedly “on the verge” […]

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Sarah Jessica Parker’s ‘Work Of Art’ Debuts, But Is It Art?

Tonight is the premiere of Sarah Jessica Parker’s new Bravo series, ‘Work of Art: The Next Great Artist,’ and critics across the country have…quelle shock…been asking the same question as us: does Miss Sex and the City know anything about art? She grew up going to museums and appreciating the paintings, but willingly, seriously, artfully […]

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Fox News Pulls Sean Hannity from Tea Party Rally

Sean Hannity, the Fox News host and controversial conservative figure, has stirred things up yet again after being forced to scrap his plans for a broadcast Thursday night from a Cincinnati tea party rally, according to the Huffington Post. After agreeing to host his Fox News program from the rally, Hannity received orders from the […]

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‘Battlestar’ Panel: What Do Dubya, Hillary Clinton and Glenn Beck Have To Do With The Series?

Several months ago, an examination of Battlestar Galactica’s political underpinnings took place at the United Nations in New York. Last night in Hollywood came the bi-coastal bookend to that initial discussion – at the ‘Battlestar Galactica’ panel, which was part of the LA Times’ Envelope Screening Series. The panel tackled weighty, real-life human rights issues […]

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