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Dr. Craig Spencer, who last year caused a national media freakout after he was being treated for Ebola in New York, spoke out publicly this week on the media overreaction to his case.
A man pretending to be a police officer pulled over an actual police officer. What happened next will in no way surprise you.
Radio host Michael Medved revealed on his website today that he was diagnosed with throat cancer last month.
Thanks to NBCUniversal's "Super Stream Sunday" program, you will be able to watch not only the Super Bowl XLIX game between the Seattle Seahawks and New England Patriots (beginning at 6:30 p.m. ET) but also the halftime show starring Katy Perry, the pre- and post-game shows and a special 10 p.m. episode of The Blacklist.
Get ready for what sounds like a game of Mad Libs: the social network Snapchat is getting into the original series game with a new online scripted show called Literally Can't Even, starring Steven Spielberg's daughter.
Erin Burnett had the highest rated show across CNN's schedule on Thursday, in both the 25-54 demo and total viewers. In the demo, Erin Burnett OutFront beat MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews 239K to 143K and came close to beating Fox News' On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, which had 274K.
All the joking at the expense of the New England Patriots made it to the Oval Office, with President Obama telling everyone ahead of the Super Bowl to keep it clean.
Ron Dermer, Israel's ambassador to the U.S., said on Friday that it was House Speaker John Boehner's responsibility to inform the Obama Administration of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's invitation to address Congress, and that it would have been "inappropriate" for the Israeli government to tell the White House before Boehner did.
"I have some beef with Rupert Murdoch," comedian Aziz Ansari told David Letterman during an interview set to air on the Late Show tonight. "Which is a sentence I didn't think I would ever really say."
Texas Governor Greg Abbott today announced Chris Kyle Day in the state to honor the slain soldier remembered in the new film American Sniper.
A new Boston Globe profile on former Florida Gov. and likely 2016 presidential candidate Jeb Bush reveals a "troubled" and "tumultuous" four years at a Massachusetts prep school that consisted of marijuana and alcohol consumption.
One issue Michelle Obama has been particularly passionate about is taking care of America's veterans, and today she praised the movie American Sniper for showing such a complex portrayal of what U.S. servicemembers go through.
Does this explain why Michael Moore has been so critical of American Sniper? In a long Facebook post Thursday night, the filmmaker recounted the time 10 years ago this month that Clint Eastwood allegedly threatened to kill him.
At his pre-Super Bowl press conference, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell said Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has an "obligation" to speak to the media because it is part of his job and "comes with the territory." EarlierShow More Summary
Glenn Beck suspects that Mitt Romney bowing out of the 2016 presidential race might be the result of a secret deal between him and Jeb Bush.
George Zimmerman has, once again, evaded legal action: a domestic assault case recently filed against him was dropped and the woman involved has recanted her statements.
On Thursday evening, MSNBC's All In w/ Chris Hayes aired a special "2016 Fantasy Candidate Draft" game show episode, wherein five participants each blindly selected five potential candidates off a board and punditized their picks along the way. It was well worth the watch...
Yesterday a group of Code Pink protesters interrupted a Senate hearing where Henry Kissinger was set to testify, and John McCain called them "low-life scum." Today Code Pink responded on their website and in a Reddit AMA.
There were a lot of great reactions on Twitter to Mitt Romney's announcement that he will not be seeking the 2016 GOP presidential nomination. But we all know, there's only one that really matters.
New York Times reporter Jeremy Peters confronted Democratic lawmakers on Friday about how the press was seemingly under a "police state" at the House Democratic Caucus Retreat in Philadelphia. According to Peters, some members of the press were even followed on their way to the bathroom.