CNN will unveil its new “Crossfire” a week earlier than previously scheduled. The reason: Syria. Latest details …
A plan to revive CNN’s “Crossfire” appears to be moving forward with the news that none other than Newt Gingrich is being considered for a role on the show. Details …
Weeks after Leslie Knope met Vice President Biden on “Parks and Recreation,” Newt Gingrich is coming to the show – though almost entirely by accident.
Last night, Stephen Colbert needed some deeper analysis of the implications of a couple of Deep South primaries in the GOP race for president, especially the upcoming Louisiana primary, so he turned to “The Colbert Report”‘s chief swampland political analyst, Kermit the Frog.
Newt Gingrich is the latest to jump on the anti-“GCB” bandwagon as the fledgling ABC series about a group of high-strung, church-going women in Dallas draws unwanted attention.
We love it when Jimmy Fallon and Brian Williams “Slow Jam the News” on “Late Night,” but most of the time, BriWi plays things straight while Fallon and the Roots jam around his dead-serious readings of the stories of the day.
Olivia Wilde, Judd Apatow and Jesse Tyler Ferguson were just a few of the big stars taking to Twitter on Tuesday to praise a court decision finding California’s same-sex marriage ban unconstitutional. The responses ranged from the philosophical to the hilarious to expressions of joy. “Prop 8, sashay away,” Ru Paul tweeted. Not many bold […]
Fox News Channel’s Bret Baier has already annoyed Mitt Romney this campaign season. Now he’s finding fault with one of Newt Gingrich’s ideas.
The GOP presidential race has been like raw red meat for the late night talk shows, and the candidates are making things extremely easy for them to lampoon.
Last night, the big news was about President Obama‘s third State of the Union address. And while the address had the usual content: why this country is great, what our problems are, what the president has accomplished, what his roadblocks were, etc., the big moment was the appearance of Gabrielle Giffords on the House floor. […]