On “Fallon,” Tom Brokaw gave a detailed account of how he came to mistakenly swallow an Ambien tablet Thursday morning and later landed in a Charlotte hospital. Watch …
NBC newsman Tom Brokaw was rushed to a Charlotte hospital Thursday morning after he began feeling ill on the set of MSNBC’s morning talk show.
Michelle Obama has bragging rights over Ann Romney in one early measurement — television ratings. The Nielsen Co. said about 26.2 million people watched the opening night of the Democratic National Convention on Tuesday in Charlotte, N.C., where the first lady was the featured speaker.
Joe Williams, the Politico reporter suspended Thursday for inappropriate comments he made about Mitt Romney, said right-wing websites had distorted his remarks and used him to damage Politico’s brand.
MSNBC host Chris Hayes says he’s sorry for his comments about his discomfort with the use of the word “heroes” to describe fallen soldiers.
Outspoken sitcom star Alec Baldwin took up a new role as a political pundit Tuesday night when he handicapped the race for President on “The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell.”
Of all the late-night shows, “Jimmy Kimmel Live” made the most of Rick Santorum’s decision to drop out of the Republican presidential race. Our late-night Santorum roundup . . .
A key 911 recording in the Trayvon Martin case may have been edited for “The Today Show” in such a way that it made the shooting seem more racially motivated than it may have been. Now NBC News has launched an internal probe.
Al Sharpton’s activism on the Trayvon Martin case has given him a unique role — some would say unique conflict — on MSNBC. The news network host is in the middle of a story he’s been featuring every evening on the air.
Who doesn’t love a good prison show? As A&E’s “Breakout Kings” returns, we take an inventory of TV’s jailhouse hits.