“Now with Alex Wagner” is having an all women’s hour today for its second annual “Women in Leadership” show.
“As far as women have come — both politically and socially — the fundamental issue of equality still remains,” Wagner told TVNewser.
Salon.com reports MSNBC primetime host Chris Hayes met with disgruntled employees of NBC-owned Peacock Productions in the midst of a heated union battle with the network.
Hayes is one of five prime-time MSNBC hosts – along with Rachel Maddow, Al Sharpton, Lawrence O’Donnell and Ed Schult
Lea Gabrielle is joining Fox News as a general assignment reporter for “Shepard Smith Reporting,” TVNewser has learned. Gabrielle will make her Fox News debut December 16.
For the past two years, Gabrielle has been a military reporter for KNSD, the NBC owned station in San Diego. Before
White House Press Secretary Jay Carney was grilled by reporters at this afternoon’s briefing over a lack of photographer access to President Obama.
The exchange comes after the New York Times published an opinion piece from AP photography director Santiago Lyon who took the administration to t
Cocaine juice man 'wholly innocent'
A man who died after drinking a Caribbean pear juice drink laced with cocaine was "wholly innocent", police say.
“Extra’s” AJ Calloway sat down for an exclusive interview with Mariah Carey at Dylan’s Candy Bar, where she treated children from the Fresh Air Fund to gingerbread houses and a meet and greet with Santa.
Maria Kang aka “Fit Mom” was accused of “fat-shaming” and “bullying” for flaunting her ripped, post-baby body on Facebook with a photo captioned, “What’s your excuse?” Now she’s opening up about her own weight-loss journey, including a battle with bulimia.
Educational Publisher’s Charity, Accused of Seeking Profits, Will Pay Millions
The Pearson Foundation will pay $7.7 million after the New York State attorney general found that it had broken state law by helping develop products for its corporate parent.