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  • On David Letterman's 30 years of late nights

     
    David Letterman celebrates 30 years in post-prime time television Wednesday, spent first as the host of "Late Night with David Letterman" on NBC, and then, since 1993, of "Late Show with David Letterman" on CBS. He went to CBS, famously, after NBC gave...
  • Heather Mills, ex-wife of Paul McCartney, tells of phone hacking

     
    Heather Mills tells British inquiry looking into media ethics after a phone hacking scandal that Paul McCartney's pleading phone message was hacked; tells inquiry of media harassment....
  • “Simpsons” executive producer Al Jean talks Episode 500, the show’s history, and more

     
    This Sunday, Feb. 19, at 8pm ET/PT, The Simpsons will air its milestone 500th episode, “At Long Last Leave,” in which the Simpson family is evicted from Springfield and joins an off-the-grid community outside of town. But it doesn't look as if...
  • The Morning Fix: SAG-AFTRA protest. Reading Reed Hastings.

     
    Ed Asner and others fight the SAG-AFTRA merger. Hispanic audience is influencing big media....
  • Ex-Murdoch executive Rebekah Brooks testifies in British media probe

     
    Rebekah Brooks, the former head of Rupert Murdoch's newspapers in Britain, testified about her relationship with Prime Minister David Cameron and other top British leaders....
  • Israeli police convicted of leaving Palestinian to die

     
    Two Israeli police officers were convicted Monday of negligent homicide for removing a suspected Palestinian car thief from a prison hospital and leaving him on an abandoned road, where he died of dehydration....
  • Palestinians take steps toward holding elections

     
    The Palestinian Authority and Hamas on Monday took steps toward holding elections more than a year after signing an agreement that was supposed to end five years of internal strife and division....
  • Tony Blair faces inquiry into role of press during his premiership

     
    Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair defended his relationship with media owner Rupert Murdoch during questioning Monday before a panel looking into the practices and ethics of the press and its dealings with politicians and public figures....
  • Spain's borrowing costs rise, stocks sink following bank rescue

     
    MADRID -- Spain's borrowing costs flirted with record highs Monday and stock prices sank on the first trading day since Madrid agreed to give $24 billion of taxpayers' money to rescue its largest real estate lender. The country's prime minister vigorously...
  • Commission confirms results of Egyptian presidential vote

     
    Egypt’s election commission brushed aside fraud allegations Monday and confirmed that a Muslim Brotherhood candidate and a former prime minister will compete in a run-off election next month for the nation’s first freely elected president....
  • Activists: Merchants in Syrian souk call strike to protest killings

     
    AMMAN, Jordan -- Merchants held a general strike Monday in the Hamidiyeh Souk, the oldest and main market of the Syrian capital, to protest the killings of more than 100 people in the town of Houla last week, activists and witnesses said. The strike at...