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President Obama stood toe-to-toe with faux conservative icon Stephen Colbert on 'The Colbert Report' and held his own (except against the Grumpy Cat video).
Boston bombing survivor Adrianne Haslet-Davis thought she'd reached an agreement with NBC's 'Meet the Press' not to say the names of the suspects. But she left the studio in tears.
MSNBC has fired the employee who slammed the 'rightwing' on its corporate Twitter account. It's the latest flash point as news outlets try to balance brand statements with social media's 'say-anything' culture.
House Speaker John Boehner (R) said he isn't endorsing former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, but he'd sure 'make a great president.' He also told 'Tonight Show' host Jay Leno why he went along with the government shutdown last fall.
Indian Muslim brides and grooms stand in line to register themselves during a mass marriage ceremony for more than 80 couples of various religions in Kolkata, India, Feb. 14.
Melissa Harris-Perry of MSNBC has apologized for comments made on her show about Ann and Mitt Romney's adopted grandchild, who is African-American. But what to make of her hashtag?
An internal CBS review of how Lara Logan and her producer handled a Benghazi report raised as many questions about the behavior of '60 Minutes' leadership as about its front-line correspondents.
George W. Bush, in a rare late-night talk show appearance, looked relaxed. He says he's not worried about the judgment of history. If they're still writing about the first president, 'the 43rd guy doesn’t need to worry about it,' he said.
Time magazine cover: Time editor, by way of explanation, says Chris Christie is a 'big Republican' and did a 'really huge thing' in winning reelection. Really? Sure looks like a reference to fat, a near taboo for US politicians. But maybe not for Christie.
'Daily Show' host Jon Stewart has been critical of the Obamacare rollout. Now the Republican National Committee will run a spoof of a famous Apple ad during the show.
North Carolina Republican Party official Don Yelton is the latest public figure to learn that fake news shows can get you in just as much trouble as real ones. He resigned after a 'Daily Show' interview this week.
Obama, on Leno for the sixth time, said Americans should still travel but exercise caution, amid an elevated terror threat. Obama and Leno also talked Hillary, McCain, and a certain vegetable Obama claims to love.
Gov. Chris Christie, appearing on 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon,' slow-jammed his decision to hold a special Senate election. He upped his cool quotient, but probably not with the Republican base.
Stephen Colbert rarely breaks out of his on-screen persona, but a bit of honest, raw anger seemed to peek out when he addressed his sister's loss to Mark Sanford in a congressional race.
Rush Limbaugh says declining ad revenue at talk radio stations that carry his programming isn't a sign that a boycott against him is working. It may have more to do with an expiring contract.
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