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  • NBC News' boss faces challenge fixing MSNBC

    As he returns to run the NBC News Group, Andy Lack faces one of the same puzzles he tried to solve a decade and a half ago: how to make MSNBC work. While he was gone, MSNBC changed from traditional news to a political network with a liberal lens. Now...
  • Celebrity birthdays for the week of March 29-April 4

    March 29: Host John McLaughlin ("The McLaughlin Group") is 88. Comedian Eric Idle is 72. Singer Bobby Kimball of Toto is 68. Actor Bud Cort ("Harold and Maude") is 67. Actor Brendan Gleeson ("Harry Potter") is 60. Actor Christopher Lambert ("Highlander")...
  • Durst murder case: When should the media go to the police?

    It was a filmmaker, not police, who uncovered a crucial piece of evidence in the murder case against Manhattan real estate millionaire Robert Durst. The sensational small-screen moments created by HBO's "The Jinx" confronted documentarian Andrew...
  • Fox 'News' proof of old P.T. Barnum adage

    Every once in a while the universe arranges itself to make you look smarter than you are. Lucky me, I am having such a moment now. Last month, when NBC News anchor Brian Williams' career imploded as he was caught in a high-profile, self-aggrandizing lie,...
  • 'Top Chef's' Tom Colicchio joining MSNBC as first food correspondent

    'Top Chef's' Tom Colicchio joining MSNBC as first food correspondent
    Thanks to the reality TV series "Top Chef," Tom Colicchio is one of the country's most recognizable chefs and restaurateurs. He's used his notoriety to bring attention to hunger in America, labeling genetically modified food and expanding free school...
  • It's no hoot: Oregon city to post signs about attacking owl

    It's no hoot: Oregon city to post signs about attacking owl
    MSNBC host Rachel Maddow inspired Oregon's capital to post new warning signs in a park where four runners reported attacks from an angry owl likely defending its nest against perceived threats. One jogger, a surgeon, said the owl hit him twice in Bush's...
  • Jon Stewart, a force in comedy and news, will leave 'The Daily Show'

    Jon Stewart, a force in comedy and news, will leave 'The Daily Show'
    Jon Stewart plans to step aside as host of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show" later this year, ending a 16-year run that changed the way Americans view the news. Stewart, 52, made the announcement at the end of his show Tuesday in New York. Under his...
  • MSNBC to widen its scope and make other changes, its president says

    MSNBC to widen its scope and make other changes, its president says
    A change is going to come to MSNBC in 2015. “Technology is continuing to drive unprecedented changes across the media landscape — and we all should be taking a hard, honest look at how we need to evolve along with it,” Phil Griffin,...
  • Jennifer Aniston -- what do we know? That she is still a great big star!

    "IT IS a very sad thing that nowadays there is so little useless information," said Oscar Wilde. Ah, dear Oscar -- if only he'd lived another hundred-and-fourteen years! JENNIFER ANISTON might or might not marry Justin Theroux. She might or might not...
  • Fox News Channel most watched for Ferguson coverage

    Fox News Channel most watched for Ferguson coverage
    Millions tuned in to cable news networks on Monday night to watch coverage of unrest and protests in Ferguson, Mo.  A Missouri grand jury decided not to indict Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson in the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, sparking...
  • Viewers tune out MSNBC, tune in Fox and CNN on Ferguson

    Viewers tune out MSNBC, tune in Fox and CNN on Ferguson
    Fox and CNN were the channels most Americans turned to Monday night for coverage of Ferguson. But the most striking story of the ratings was how few viewers went to MSNBC, where show host Al Sharpton has involved himself in the story as an activist....