Kirstie Alley slams Abercrombie & Fitch about their skinny 'look,' and refusal to sell clothes for consumers over size 10. But the company has weathered criticism before. Will Kirstie Alley's slam make a difference?
Heidi Klum saves drowning son – so go the entertainment headlines today. Hey, normal moms, how are you feeling? Is Heidi Klum setting the parenting bar impossibly high? Don't worry. Being a good mom is good enough.
Audiences don't trust the news media in general, polls show, but do trust the coverage of shows they like. That is steering Obama and Romney toward softer, 'friendlier' shows to a level unprecedented in a presidential campaign.
Ann Romney, like many political spouses before her, has been called on to portray her husband's lighter side. But the portrayal has to seem honest for voters to buy it.
Alicia Sliverstone has been in out of the headlines recently due to a viral video showing her pre-chewing food before feeding it to her son. Now the actress is back, defending the practice and perhaps setting herself up as the new poster mommy of premastication.
Mary Hart went on Entertainment Tonight for the last time, Friday, joined by all her previous co-hosts, and a staff of 200.
Speaking to Republican activists in New Hampshire, likely presidential candidate Mitt Romney addressed a major challenge: The health care program he took credit for as governor of Massachusetts. Critics say it's a lot like "ObamaCare."