Watch Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff Interview President Obama

New and historic tag team Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff interviewed President Barack Obama Wednesday night for Newshour and PBS has very kindly put the whole thing online. It was a big week to get a one-on-one with the President: Obama talked about the situation in Syria (he hasn't made a decision yet) and reflected… »8/29/13 10:00am8/29/13 10:00am

For the First Time Ever, Two Ladies Will Host a Nightly News Show

Good news for people who like to watch people other than white men host their evening news programs: PBS has grabbed Gwen Ifill and Judy Woodruff to co-host NewsHour, the channel's long-running nightly news program. According to PBS, "This will mark the first time a network broadcast has had a female co-anchor team."… »8/06/13 2:30pm8/06/13 2:30pm

It looks like Tina Fey is going to be strapping on the ol' bouffant again this weekend to play Sarah
It looks like Tina Fey is going to be strapping on the ol' bouffant »10/03/08 2:20pm10/03/08 2:20pm again this weekend to play Sarah Palin in the Vice Presidential debates on . But here's a new and exciting twist! Sources from the set tell TMZ that Queen Latifah debate moderator Gwen Ifill. Can't wait to see it! []

John McCain: Doing The Same Thing Over And Over And Expecting A Different Result

  • McCain suggested he might suspend his campaign again so that he can really broker a bailout plan to save the country and be a hero... and we all know how well that worked out the last time. [The Nation]
  • An actuarial company has predicted that McCain has a 25 percent chance of dying in office his second term, which is…
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Nancy Pfotenhauer Prefers The Soft Bigotry of Low Expectations To Actual Bigotry

The McCain campaign, led by Nancy Pfotenhauer Pfuckingsucks »9/29/08 1:40pm9/29/08 1:40pm, started its war of expectation management today by . Pfuckingsucks told Steve Doocy that "normally, in Vice Presidential debates, you see a more even-handed approach" to picking questions about foreign and domestic policy. Oh really? Let's check that…