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  • NBC, Fox News post ratings wins; CNN gains

    NBC, Fox News post ratings wins; CNN gains
    Fox News Channel put up the biggest numbers in cable news for January, but CNN made the greatest strides. And their broadcast counterparts scored big audiences last week, which brought especially good news to NBC and Brian Williams. First, the cable...
  • Bill O'Reilly cites conflicts that he witnessed. How much of that is true?

    Bill O'Reilly cites conflicts that he witnessed. How much of that is true?
    In his long and sometimes stormy career as a journalist and cable-news pundit, Bill O'Reilly has occasionally mentioned his exploits in conflict zones around the world. "I've been there," he once said. "That's really what separates me from most of these...
  • 'Celebrity Apprentice': Universal Orlando wins

    'Celebrity Apprentice': Universal Orlando wins
    NBC often uses its programs to bolster parent NBCUniversal, and that scenario is playing out as "The Celebrity Apprentice" finishes its season. Will Geraldo Rivera or Leeza Gibbons win the reality contest? Ultimately, Universal Orlando Resort may be the...
  • Is O'Reilly delusional?

    Is O'Reilly delusional?
    Fox News' Bill O'Reilly said he was in the Falkland Islands "war zone." He wasn't. He said the riot in Buenos Aires was a "war zone." It wasn't ("Bill O'Reilly ratings rise in spite of allegations on his Falklands claims," Feb. 24). He said he...
  • 'Sex Box' reality show sparks controversy

    'Sex Box' reality show sparks controversy
    The new reality show "Sex Box" is pretty much exactly what it sounds like: Each episode features three different couples who have sex in a camera-free, soundproof cube on a stage in front of a live audience. Afterward, they discuss the experience with a...
  • Question Ted Cruz should ask: Can a foreign-born American be president?

    Question Ted Cruz should ask: Can a foreign-born American be president?
    Sen. Ted Cruz is getting close to announcing his candidacy for the Republican presidential nomination. The Texan is spending almost as much time in Iowa and New Hampshire as he does on Fox News; he's hired a staff and collected a long list of fiercely...
  • Breaking news: Bill O'Reilly's a liar

    It's a dangerous time to be on television. Big-time TV stars are keeling over, left and right. First, NBC's Brian Williams, caught in a lie. And now Fox News' Bill O'Reilly. With one big difference: Nobody suspected Williams was a liar; everybody knew O'...
  • Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever

    Bill Maher: Political correctness worse than ever
    Comedian Bill Maher bemoans political correctness but sees a bounty of jokes inspired by politicians. Will Democrat Hillary Clinton run for president? “I have no doubt — unless she’s been faking it for 67 years,” says Maher,...
  • Eric Holder, Tom Toles: Sunday guests

    Eric Holder, Tom Toles: Sunday guests
    U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will be a guest on four Sunday morning talk shows, and the topic will be the Paris terrorist attacks. Holder will attend international terror talks, convened by France, on Sunday in Paris. Holder will talk to CBS' "Face...
  • Mother Jones questions Bill O'Reilly combat claims; O'Reilly fires back

    Mother Jones questions Bill O'Reilly combat claims; O'Reilly fires back
    (UPDATES WITH RESPONSE FROM MOTHER JONES TO O'REILLY COMMENTS.) Comparing Bill O'Reilly to NBC anchor Brian Williams, who was suspended for lying about his combat coverage, "Mother Jones" today alleged that the popular Fox News host has his own...
  • 'SNL': The long and Martin Short of it

    'SNL': The long and Martin Short of it
    The “Saturday Night Live” 40th anniversary special violated a central show-business tenet -- always leave them wanting more -- and got away with it. The three-and-a-half hour telecast tried to do too much, but nostalgia was a powerful...