Huntsman to Ham It Up With Letterman on Dec. 21

By Steve Peoples, Associated Press EXETER, N.H. — Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman is set to appear on the “Late Show with David Letterman” next week. The former Utah governor is struggling both in the polls and to raise money to keep his campaign going after the nation’s first presidential primary in New Hampshire on […]

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Campaigning on the Tube: Republican Adventures in TV Land

NEW YORK — From late-night comedy shows to cable news interviews, free media exposure has proved influential in defining the Republican presidential candidates and setting the dynamics of the primary race, especially for lower-tier hopefuls lacking cash for TV ads. The turn toward free media, and Twitter, too, may have come at the expense of […]

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Trump May Dump Presidential Debate

WASHINGTON (AP) — Business mogul Donald Trump said Friday he might scrub a presidential debate that so far has drawn only Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum. Trump, the reality television star who has not ruled out an independent White House bid, had hoped for all of the Republican candidates to join in a debate he […]

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Top Five: TLC’s Duggars Prepare for Baby No. 20

We have an announcement to make: Top Five is being increased to Six! Just kidding — we thought we’d try and pull a “Duggar,” but then we realized we couldn’t match TV’s most sprawling family in the “big announcement” department. What do the Duggars have to do with this week’s Top Five? To find out, […]

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‘Daily Show’: Adam Sandler and Jon Stewart Talk About Being Henpecked

Last night, “The Daily Show” had a wacky episode that was sometimes hilarious, sometimes super-sincere, and other times simply head-scratching. More than anything, though, the seams were showing on the veteran Comedy Central show, and Jon Stewart and company really didn’t seem to care. We’ll start with the funny: Adam Sandler came on the show […]

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