The A Star Is Born press circuit has been extremely tear-stained and this week is no different. Mind you these are exalted tears of intense appreciation for fellow cast mates tinged with bittersweet emotions, for they cannot help but contrast the inexplicable joy of being part of the A Star Is Born cast with all that…
We have walked ourselves into a nostalgia cycle that revisits the scandals of yesteryear (and their attendant pain/horrific murders), and so it’s Tonya Harding’s moment for a reboot, broken lace and all.
In a CNN investigation published on Wednesday, Mark Halperin, an influential journalist and political analyst who co-authored the bestselling book Game Change, was accused of sexual harassment by multiple women who worked with him while he was political director at ABC News. Halperin is currently an analysis for NBC…
White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, appearing on ABC News this Sunday, was asked by network correspondent Jonathan Karl whether Donald Trump would ever do somethings as crazy as change national libel laws in order to curtail America’s free press.
Good Morning America host Lara Spencer posted a picture on Instagram of her sitting on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump’s lap while they both grin happily.
This is as hard for me to write as it is for you to read, but I’ve just learned—in a public forum, no less—that my boyfriend, ABC News anchor David Muir, is a, quote unquote, monster.
ABC is now the network of such venerable news names as Bob Woodruff, Barbara Walters, Peter Jennings, Diane Sawyer, and... Tim Tebow. Yes. Tim Motherfucking Tebow.
Veteran newswoman Diane Sawyer delivered her final broadcast from the anchor desk at ABC news on Wednesday night.
Time to stop busting your mom's balls for going to Supercuts (or vice versa). Inspired by Anne Hathaway's $600 pixie cut, ABC's 20/20 Confessions sent four women into the wilds of Hollywood to get haircuts with very different price points. They got the women out on the street to see if anyone could tell the difference…
In this week's TV roundup, Bruno Mars charms on SNL, butt chugging gets a shout out on New Girl and Stephen Colbert stops by The Office.
Well, the good news is that a prominent member an order of priests notorious for child abuse hasn't himself abused any children. The bad news is that he broke his vow of chastity by fathering a child with a woman. The Vatican is pissed. Progress?
This week's topic on the hidden camera series What Would You Do? was ripped from the headlines: Would people help a 15-year old girl from a polygamist sect who is being forced to marry?