In the latest volley in the ongoing battle over Florida voter lists, the Justice Department has sent a letter stating it will take legal action against the state, citing violations of voting rights laws.
"Jeopardy!" has announced the line-up of celebrities who will participate in the special "Power Players Week" tournament.
It's tough to get quality people to run for political office these days. There's the cult-like polarization, the vicious mudslinging, and the cost to families and finances.
Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain told supporters Saturday that he is suspending his presidential campaign.
House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Darrell Issa said Sunday that he could issue subpoenas to the Justice Department this week in connection to a now-discredited federal gunrunning operation.
How do parents handle a child who feels they are living in the wrong body? CNN looks at Gender Identity Disorder.
Tuesday's CNN.com story about transgender children and their families shed light on an emotional topic and provoked strong response.
The Oscar winner's private cell phone was reportedly hacked
As the United States commemorates a decade since one of the most tragic days in its history, there will be plenty of television programming to mark the occasion.
Republican presidential candidates take sharp aim at one another during a debate.
After expectations were raised of a possible deal earlier Sunday, weekend talks to resolve the nation's debt-ceiling crisis appeared to reach a new stalemate, as the sides pursued separate plans.
The phone-hacking scandal began two years ago as a lonely newspaper crusade in London, but when Rupert Murdoch testified Tuesday before British lawmakers, the story undeniably took the world by its ear with coverage spanning from Al Jazeera to Brazil to China, media experts said.
A former tabloid reporter talks to BackStory about the out-of-line tactics he says he had to use to get the story.
The actress was invited to the Marine Corps Ball via a YouTube video
Digital Lifestyle expert Mario Armstrong has tips on how to make your computer password stronger.
FoxNews.com alerted the Secret Service on Monday about the apparent hacking of its Twitter feed for political news, after the feed was used to falsely report that President Obama was killed.
People who regularly visit Myspace tend to be more open-minded, according to a study released Thursday.
There seems no end to bad economic news:
In the end, Sarah Palin made nice with what she likes to call the "lame-stream" media.
"How do you wear all this leather and stay cool?" biker Palin asked another woman
The popular website ChannelSurfing.net has been shut down and its owner charged with distributing pirated TV shows, first-run movies, and sporting events protected under copyright laws.
Here are some of the most notable sound bites from the Sunday morning shows:
CNN's Candy Crowley and her team watch the other Sunday shows so you don't have to.
CNN's Anderson Cooper and his panel discuss the finger pointing and deliberate misinformation among politicians.
CNN's Candy Crowley highlights what she liked best about today's special edition of "State of the Union."
On this week's "Getting To Know", we learn about the former Joint Chiefs Chairman's favorite childhood Christmas gift.
I'm not a Christian, but like many Jews, I've envied Christmas since childhood. I like the twinkly lights, pink-cheeked carolers, heartwarming television specials, and exuberantly ho-ho-ho-ing Santa Clauses ... pretty much everything except the endless renditions of "Jingle Bells" warbling from every audio speaker in the country.
Here are some of the most quotable sound bites from the Sunday morning shows:
Candy and her team watch the other Sunday morning talk shows so you don't have to.
Letting openly gay or lesbian troops serve in the military would have little lasting impact on the U.S. armed forces, a major Pentagon review has found, several sources familiar with the results told CNN Tuesday.
CNN's Candy Crowley and her team watch the other Sunday shows so you don't have to.
National Public Radio's chief executive apologized to the network's employees Sunday for the way she handled the firing of news analyst Juan Williams.
Fired NPR news analyst Juan Williams slammed his former employer Sunday, saying it had engaged in "character assassination" against him and calling comments from the company's president about him "despicable."
It's a cottage industry lately. One week we led with CNN President Jon Klein being relieved of his duties. Another week it was Rick Sanchez getting the boot for his remarks about Jews.
NPR's president and CEO defended Thursday the network's decision to terminate the contract of Juan Williams after the news analyst made remarks elsewhere that she said veered from analysis into opinion, adding that it was not the first time.
CNN's Candy Crowley and her team watch the other Sunday morning shows so you don't have to.
CNN's Candy Crowley and Republican Rep. Kevin McCarthy discuss Democrats' chances come the November elections.
We watch all the Sunday political shows so you don't have to. The best soundbites from September 26, 2010.
After making changes requested by the network, the liberal watchdog group Media Matters for America aired a commercial on Fox News Channel Tuesday night criticizing Fox's parent company for a $1 million donation to a Republican governor's group.
We watch all the Sunday political shows so you don't have to. The best soundbites from September 12, 2010.
CNN's Suzanne Malveaux discusses Glenn Beck's efforts to "take back the civil rights movement" at a rally in Washington.
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s niece is slated to speak Saturday at a controversial rally by radio talk show host Glenn Beck scheduled to take place in the same location as her uncle's "I Have a Dream" speech.
More Americans get their news from the Internet than from newspapers or radio, and three-fourths say they hear of news via e-mail or updates on social media sites, according to a new report.
Guessing who will win the major awards at Sunday night's Oscars is hardly like picking winning lottery numbers.
One-time Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin may have sent a clear message to the political world, analysts say, by signing a deal to become a TV commentator.
I asked a knowledgeable environmentalist earlier this week: "How big a story is the CRU scandal in your community?"
HLN's Joy Behar and conservative commentator Ann Coulter discuss the Obama administration's beef with Fox News.
WH Communications Director Anita Dunn tells CNN's Howard Kurtz that Fox News Network is basically an arm of the GOP.
White House communications director Anita Dunn fired back at criticism from TV commentator Glenn Beck on Friday, saying that a Mao Tse-tung quote Beck took issue with was picked up from legendary GOP strategist Lee Atwater.
A key Senate negotiator said Sunday that President Obama should drop his push for a government-funded public health insurance option because the Senate will never pass it.
Sometimes it's not what you say but how you say it. It's a test applied quite a bit in recent days to Sarah Palin's stunning announcement that she is stepping down as Alaska's governor -- and one worth applying to several of Sunday's many news-making conversations.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell tells CNN's John King that he's concerned about President Obama's spending.
Our executive producer said it all, "All those people who told me that news never happens on Sunday mornings are out of their minds." Yes, there was plenty of criticism and controversy on the Sunday talk shows -- and a fair amount of news was made -- but the most important story broke after the usual pundits and politicians had had their say.
Happy Patriots' Day. April 15 is the one day a year when our country asks something of us -- or at least the vast majority of us.
Though they support some federal action to help their states recover from the recession, several Republican governors said Sunday they plan to turn down a portion of what's offered in the stimulus bill that President Obama signed last week.
CNN's Kate Bolduan reports on how President Obama's economic stimulus plan will soon mean more money in your paycheck.
"There is absolutely no truth to the rumor that she is leaving," says her agent
Key events for the week of September 12 - 18, 2008
In a (mostly) civil exchange, the Democratic nominee and Fox kingpin talk about the U.S. and the threats abroad
North Korea has begun to reassemble its main nuclear facility, citing a delayed removal from a U.S. list of terror sponsors, Japanese media and Fox News reported
Television networks rapidly shifted focus and personnel away from the Republican national convention to Gulf Coast communities in the path of Hurricane Gustav on Sunday
Conservative commentator and former White House press secretary Tony Snow has died of cancer at the age of 53
Mike Huckabee, a former Republican presidential hopeful, has been hired by Fox News Channel
Google is taking its first steps into the social networking arena. CNN's Linzie Janis reports.
On an October afternoon sticky enough to pass for midsummer, Rebecca Gomez, a veteran Fox News correspondent, and her co-star Cody Willard, a former hedge fund trader who bears a passing resemblance to Shaggy from Scooby-Doo, belly up to the bar at the Bull & Bear in Manhattan's Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. The regulars look up from their martinis when Gomez shouts, "Ten minutes, everyone. This is the first hit of FBN."
With so many debates scheduled, can candidates get away with not showing up? It depends on whether voters see a pattern.
CNN's Bill Schneider reports on 2008 presidential candidates who have not participated in certain debates.
While his competition debates, the actor/senator will jump into the race from Jay Leno's couch
Rupert Murdoch's News Corp said Wednesday that fourth-quarter profit rose 4.5 percent on higher advertising sales and affiliate revenue from the Fox News Channel and on more new subscribers at the Sky Italia satellite TV service.
Why does he want the Wall Street Journal and what will he do if hegets it? Eric Pooley got the answers from Murdoch himself
Senators pushing a new immigration policy appealed Sunday to wavering supporters ahead of renewed debate on securing the borders and dealing with 12 million undocumented immigrants
As audacious as Rupert Murdoch's $5 billion offer for Dow Jones was, News Corporation's internal plans to launch Fox Business Channel to go head-to-head with CNBC are surprisingly cautious.
A Nevada Democratic presidential debate that was to have been co-hosted by Fox News Network was canceled by organizers, in part because of a joke by Fox Chairman and CEO Roger Ailes about presidential contender Sen. Barack Obama.
Allegations that Sen. Barack Obama was educated in a radical Muslim school known as a "madrassa" are not accurate, according to CNN reporting.
Two journalists -- one a Fox News employee and the other a freelance cameraman hired by Fox -- were taken against their will Monday in Gaza, according to Fox News' Jerusalem bureau.
U.S. senators on Sunday called Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki's national reconciliation plan a positive step but expressed concerns about its "amnesty" provision.
All of us buy gasoline to drive our cars or heating oil to stay warm in the winter. Even if we heated our homes with peat and solar panels, we'd still have to pay higher energy costs being passed along by airlines and hotels and supermarkets.
Lawmakers traded blame Sunday over the impasse that left immigration legislation stalled last week in the Senate, expressing hope that the push for an election-year overhaul was not dead.
On the eve of a showdown over what could be a historic overhaul of U.S. immigration law, congressmen drew lines in the sand Sunday, leaving it all but impossible to envision what kind of legislation might ultimately win passage.
Democratic House leaders called Sunday for an independent panel to investigate the legality of a program President Bush authorized that allows warrantless wiretaps on U.S. citizens, according to a letter to House Speaker Dennis Hastert.
You'd never know it from a trip to the mall, but big retailers are waging a war against Christmas.
Media mogul Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. may be close to a deal with Time Warner Inc.'s cable division to carry a Fox News business channel that would rival General Electric's CNBC, according to a published report Monday.
NBC Sports President Dick Ebersol was injured when a plane carrying him and five other people crashed and burned on takeoff in southwestern Colorado, the network said in its nightly news program.
Not for the first time, I am indebted to Jimmy Cannon, the truly gifted New York sportswriter, who from time to time wrote a column, full of witty and sentimental one-liners, he called, "Nobody asked me, but ..."
Top Democrats and Republicans expressed anger and frustration Sunday over the failure of the House to pass a broad intelligence reorganization bill, pointing fingers at some conservative lawmakers and the Department of Defense.
Move over Michael Moore. It's Robert Greenwald's time to shine.
Senator Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania)
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By the time you read this, you'll know who the next President is. But when our magazine went to press right after Election Day, we didn't. One thing was clear, however: It almost doesn't matter who...
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