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But Ellen says she wouldn't. "I don't want to give him a platform because it validates him."
Maria made landfall as a category 4 storm along the southeastern coast of Puerto Rico.
Promoting a book and getting married.
Tucker Carlson had the most-watched cable news show last night, in total viewers and the younger demo.
Fox News regained its status as the No. 1 basic cable network in total day. It dropped to No. 2 in prime time.
Former Morning Joe ep and co-creator Chris Licht was in attendance, and could be seen shaking hands with New Jersey governor Chris Christie, among others.
GMA takes back a total viewer win a week after the Today show took the lead for the first time in 2017.
ABC's World News Tonight continues to win season-to-date, for the first time in 21 years.
Something's Killing Me is giving a boost to HLN's Sunday nights. The show trailed only Fox News in its 9 p.m. airing.
Greg Gutfeld had the most-watched show among younger cable news viewers Saturday night. Jeanine Pirro was most-watched overall.
Two weeks after Irma, another category 5 storm torments the Caribbean.
"Plaintiff’s Complaint is overloaded with sensationalistic allegations that have nothing whatsoever to do with this cause of action."
CNN's North Korea special, reported by Will Ripley, was the No. 1 program of the night in the A25-54 demo. Rachel Maddow was No.1 in total viewers. Fox News ended up winning prime time.
And The Five moves back to 5 p.m.
The program is in search of a new conservative co-host yet again.
Do Joe and Mika want to host Morning Joe for another 10 years?
He also had water poured on him during protests Friday night.
John Fugelsang, co-host of Page Six TV, on TV news today and his most memorable interview. "It was George Harrison and this 26 year-old kid talking about God."
"I'm done. I'm done. This conversation is over. Yanking mics. Bye. See ya."
"I am incredibly proud of this team," says ABC News president James Goldston.