ABC called in a.m. TV queen Katie Couric to trump NBC's 'Today' show. NBC called in Sarah Palin. When it comes to morning shows, networks are defending valuable turf.
Sarah Palin's morning-show faceoff with Katie Couric and the 'lamestream media' produced no high drama, no big gaffes, but plenty of hype, conventional wisdom, and 'organized chaos.'
Sarah Palin is appearing on 'Today,' pitting her against Katie Couric on 'GMA.' The ratings ploy evokes memories of the 2008 interview, but raises questions about the moniker 'co-host.'
We think it’s important here to follow one of the cardinal questions of politics – who benefits? That would narrow the field down to Rick Santorum’s GOP opponents.
Herman Cain: Publicly, there were no signs that the former pizza company executive was calling it quits in his campaign for the presidential nomination.