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Why did the FBI Give Hillary Clinton’s Aides Immunity?

It does seem incredulous that so several of Clinton’s staffers are immune from prosecution: The top Republican on the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform says several Hillary Clinton staffers received immunity from the FBI in exchange for cooperating with the now-closed private email investigation. Cheryl Mills, Clinton’s top aide and chief of staff […]

Outcry Over Reassignment of Tronc Suburban Newspaper Reporter Grows

For decades, Bob Seidenberg has been the engine of the Evanston Review.

Al Jazeera America is Back with English Digital News Channel

Al Jazeera America, which was shut down in April after losing millions of dollars and failing to find an audience in the U.S., is back, but this time as a digital news channel. The news channel—called Al Jazeera English—is offering a free live stream through its website and other platforms. Besides the website, the channel […]

Ashleigh Banfield Anchors Her Last CNN Legal View

"Not just for today, but for good. This is the last edition of Legal View on CNN."

‘Superstore’ picked up for full Season 2 on NBC

“Superstore” is adding some extra shifts for 2016-17. A day after its Season 2 premiere, the show has been picked up for a full second season. It initially received a 13-episode order following its 11-episode first season. The show premiered to a 1.5 rating in adults 18-49 and 5.45 million viewers, in line with its Season 1 average. Show More Summary

Late-night ratings, Sept. 12-16, 2016: ‘The Tonight Show’ and ‘Kimmel’ fall

In the week of Sept. 12-16, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” maintained the top spot in the 11:35 p.m. time slot once again, despite dropping from a 0.97 rating in adults 18-49 to a 0.80. Meanwhile, “Late Night with Seth Meyers” also fell from a 0.52 to a 0.39, still keeping the top spot in its respective time slot as well. Show More Summary

Paramount Shakeup: Vice Chairman Steps Down

The vice chairman of Paramount Pictures is exiting after 11 years with the studio and eight years in his current job. Variety reports that Rob Moore is leaving his post. Moore has overseen the studio’s worldwide marketing, distribution, digital and...

AMC Renews Show Featuring ‘Walking Dead’ Star

AMC has ordered a second season of a show featuring one of the stars of “The Walking Dead.” Deadline.com reports that the cable channel picked up “Ride with Norman Reedus.” The travel series tracks Reedus — “Walking Dead’s” Daryl Dixon...

NBC Comedy Gets Full-Season Pickup

NBC is counting on a sophomore series to be “the cornerstone of its next generation of comedies,” according to Variety, which reports that the network gave a full-season order to “Superstore.” The show, which stars America Ferrera, Ben Feldman, Lauren...

Why Bookstores Matter

2 days agoMedia / Publishing : Soapbox

For his new book, ‘New Yorker’ cartoonist Bob Eckstein illustrated and gathered stories from bookshops around the world.

Snapchat Wants to Help Register Users to Vote in November

It might take more than a snap to persuade some people to vote for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump, but Snapchat is at least trying to get them registered to vote. Today until Oct. 7, the social media app will be running in-house public service announcement ads to promote voter registration. Show More Summary

Exhibits You Won’t Find in the New National Museum of African American History and Culture, Part 2

In Part 1, I identified nine such exhibits that won’t be available to museum-goers, plus a list of the top donors to the museum. Here are 10 more such exhibits.

Watch Livestream of 31st Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference

The 31st Annual Gun Rights Policy Conference (GRPC 2016) will be held this weekend in Tampa, FL and you can watch this power-packed two day session live by following the links below. I will be speaking on Sunday morning on Using New Media to Advance Gun Rights. Saturday stream can be found here. Sunday stream […]

Scoreboard: Thursday, September 22

Hannity was the No. 1 cable news program of the night in A25-54.

J.K. Rowling Reveals Her Patronus On Twitter

3 days agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

Have you taken the patronus quiz on the Pottermore website?

Thursday cable ratings: Thursday Night Football holds steady

Once again, the NFL Network’s coverage of Thursday night football landed the top spot in the cable ratings this week, with the Houston vs New England game scoring a 1.5 rating in adults 18-49, holding steady with last week’s performance. Show More Summary

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