It isn't always fun and games at Saturday Night Live! Tina Fey stopped by Howard Stern's SiriusXM radio show on Monday to promote her upcoming comedy Sisters! But things got a little Sirius when the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt producer recalled a story from when she was head writer at SNL, and a former castmate called her a [...]
Republican strategist Steve Schmidt analyzes the highs and lows of Donald Trump's second debate performance with Lawrence. Rick Wilson, Howard Dean and...
Did you know that Sen. Rand Paul is running for president? For reals, guys! And tonight, the viewers of MSNBC will learn all about it, from me and, I'm told, Steve Schmidt and Howard Dean, on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell. Live TV news and commentary might, can, and sometimes shall, change without notice, but that's the current plan. Show More Summary
"It's going to be like that year when [Howard] Stern went from regular radio to Sirius" read more
In researching the startup scene for their new HBO comedy, executive producers Mike Judge and Alec Berg lured real-life tech gurus -- including Eric Schmidt, Michael Arrington, Kara Swisher and Howard Morgan -- onscreen. read more
PwC US and Ridge-Schmidt Cyber LLC, a consultancy formed by Tom Ridge and Howard Schmidt, has announced a new alliance to help leaders in business and government
In the golden days of historical illustration, artists had large personal collections of props, such as guns, watches, and tableware. The collections of Harold von Schmidt (above), Ed Vebell, Dean Cornwell, and Howard Pyle were legendary. Show More Summary
(Jonathan H. Adler) Prompted by the outcry over criticism of pop-left historian Howard Zinn by then-governor Mitch Daniels, Benno Schmidt (the President of Yale University when I was an undergraduate), wrote a good op-ed on the issue of academic freedom. Here’s a taste: Academic freedom is faculty’s freedom to teach. But, more important, it is also students’ freedom [...]
The Two Security Experts to Provide Strategic and Advisory Consulting to C-Suite Executives and Government Leaders. Tom Ridge, the first U.S. secretary of Homeland Security, and Howard A.
The nominee’s ‘very bad run’ is mostly self-inflicted, McCain strategist Steve Schmidt tells Howard Kurtz.
Last week, news hit the wire that current U.S. Cybersecurity Czar, Howard Schmidt, is retiring to spend time with family and friends—and ride his motorcycle. Now, amidst a strange atmosphere of legislation regarding the state of cybersecurity...Show More Summary
The current two-time cybersecurity advisor and czar to the Obama Administration, Howard Schmidt, is retiring the White House announced on Thursday. He was named cybersecurity coordinator and special assistant to President Obama in late 2009. Show More Summary
Former Microsoft and eBay security chief Howard Schmidt is leaving his post as the White House’s first cybersecurity coordinator.
The White House is losing its cyber security coordinator Howard Schmidt to retirement this year after a tumultuous 2011, often referred to a the year of the hack. Schmidt served the White House in this role for two and a …
Comcast ditches data caps, moves to tiers: Comcast announced Thursday that it will get rid of its data caps and move to tiered plans. In a blog post on the subject, the company said that it has “decided to change our approach and replace...Show More Summary
Howard Schmidt, the first-ever White House cyber-security coordinator, is leaving the post he's held since 2009. Schmidt, who's spent the past two and a half years working on protections for the country's critical infrastructure, will step down at the end of this month, when he'll be succeeded by Michael Daniel, chief of the White House budget office’s intelligence branch.
We’re tackling four big questions today: Is the Santorum surge for real? MSNBC Political Analysts Howard Fineman and Steve Schmidt will weigh in, and recap the latest poll numbers. Who would Obama prefer to run against: Mitt Romney or Rick Santorum? We’r …
In March of last year, DailyWorth, the personal finance community for women, raised $850K from Robin Hood Ventures, Eric Schmidt’s TomorrowVentures, Howard Lindzon’s Social Leverage, 500 Startups, and more. And, in January, the startup added $2 million more.
It's not always easy to be a slugger in the baseball-crazed town of Philadelphia. Jut ask Mike Schmidt. But Ryan Howard has handled his days as the Phillies' resident missile launcher with grace and style. And 276 home runs. In an era...Show More Summary
During his magnificent 18-year career, Mike Schmidt played mostly third base and some shortstop. In 1985, the Phillies moved him to first base to give 23-year-old Rick Schu an opportunity to start at third. The experiment didn't last a full season, and Philadelphia traded him to Baltimore in 1988. Show More Summary