'Top 10 Fun Facts About Gardening' is a tough row to hoe in the chuckles department, but Michelle Obama nonetheless managed to be funny. Still, David Letterman's job is not in jeopardy.
Keith Olbermann has added yet another acrimonious exit to his résumé. He tells David Letterman: 'You're always telling me how big my head is.' Media experts agree his problems are self-made.
In recent TV appearances, first lady Michelle Obama competed with Ellen DeGeneres in a push-up contest, and she tried to get Jay Leno to eat something healthy. On Monday's 'Letterman,' maybe she can get her host to take part in a sack race.
Letterman threat, by a blogger on an Al Qaeda message board, is being investigated by the New York Police Department and the FBI. The talk show host and comedian had joked about Al Qaeda leaders killed in US attacks, reportedly prompting the Letterman threat.
David Letterman has inflamed the ire of a jihadist web forum by a gesture he made on 'Late Show with David Letterman.'
In 2010, an Australian imam named Feiz Muhammad issued a fatwa calling for the beheading of Dutch right-wing politician Geert Wilders, who made anti-Islam statements relating to Muslim immigration.
Emma Watson, who plays Hermione Granger in the 'Harry Potter' film franchise, is flanked by Daniel Radcliffe (l.) and Rupert Grint, and wears a sassy Rafael Lopez for Atelier Mayer dress at the world premiere of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1' in London on Nov. 11, 2010.
There aren’t any signs that classic rock is going away anytime soon, and summer is the time of year when things usually start to happen in the music business. The band Supertramp is touring in Canada, and after finishing with his first season as an American Idol judge, Steven Tyler will join the rest of Aerosmith in the recording studio.
Jerry Seinfeld has prevailed in a libel case, winning his First Amendment right to call a woman 'wacko' after suing his wife for what he calls 'vegetable plagiarism.' Jerry Seinfeld's attorney called the decision a victory for 'right of comedians to tell jokes.'