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  • New Hampshire fights to maintain its status in campaign season

    New Hampshire fights to maintain its status in campaign season
    A surge of presidential aspirants should be a good thing for New Hampshire and Iowa. More candidates mean more energy, more face time with a potential future president and more campaign cash left behind in the diners and coffee shops of political lore....
  • Prominent NH Republicans want debate open to all candidates

    More than 50 prominent Republicans in New Hampshire want Fox News to change the format of its Aug. 6 presidential debate so every candidate can participate. Fox plans to restrict the first scheduled GOP debate to the top 10 candidates, based on polling...
  • CNN's Jake Tapper hopes to add depth to Sunday morning crowd

    CNN's Jake Tapper, the third new host of a Sunday morning public affairs show to debut within the past year, says he hopes to attract viewers who want a little more depth to their political interviews. Tapper starts Sunday on "State of the Union,"...
  • Bio snapshots of Rupert, James and Lachlan Murdoch

    NAME: Rupert Murdoch AGE: 84 CURRENT TITLE: CEO and chairman of Twenty-First Century Fox and executive chairman of News Corp. FUTURE TITLE: Executive chairman of Twenty-First Century Fox and News Corp. CAREER: After inheriting a single Australian...
  • Cavaliers-Warriors matchup draws big audience for ABC

    A strong start to the NBA Finals — at least from a television viewer's standpoint — is working to ABC's advantage. The Cleveland Cavaliers' series-tying win over the Golden State Warriors on Sunday reached more than 19 million viewers, easily...
  • Television Q&A: Old 'New People' aired in 1969

    You have questions, I have some answers. Q: I have memories of a show called "The New People," which aired about 1970. It seems to me that each program was only 45 minutes long. Am I correct? What information can you give me? A: We tend to think of...
  • Fox News security contractor faces gun charges after Baltimore unrest

    Fox News security contractor faces gun charges after Baltimore unrest
    As several hundred protesters milled around Baltimore City Hall after a citywide curfew went into effect May 1, a mounted city officer on Fayette Street said he spotted a man holding handcuffs and an ammunition box. Officer John Potter then watched...
  • Norman Lear, Sam Zell: Sunday guests

    Norman Lear, Sam Zell: Sunday guests
    UPDATED: John Dickerson debuts as moderator of CBS' "Face the Nation" this weekend. Former Gov. Rick Perry, R-Texas, a presidential candidate, will be a guest on "Face the Nation" and CNN's "State of the Union." Also on the Sunday morning guest list:...
  • Josh Duggar sisters: We have to speak

    Josh Duggar sisters: We have to speak
    Two sisters of Josh Duggar talk about the controversy surrounding their family and answer critics in a Megyn Kelly interview Friday night. Jill Dillard and Jessa Seewald, stars of the TLC series "19 Kids and Counting," are guests in a "Kelly File"...
  • Duggar parents placed locks on bedroom doors after fondling

    Duggar parents placed locks on bedroom doors after fondling
    Two of reality TV's Duggar sisters who were fondled by their older brother when they were kids say they weren't even aware it had happened until he confessed and their parents told them about it. Jill and Jessa Duggar, part of the Arkansas family...
  • Fox News -- and CNN, and MSNBC -- viewers can think for themselves

    To the editor: Patt Morrison's interview of Bruce Bartlett and Bartlett's supposed "analysis" of Fox News as essentially a corruptor of public opinion due to conservative bias are both based on the liberal conceit that members of the public are so...