By Andrew P. Napolitano
The president's men trash the Constitution to pursue antagonists
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
How much do politically divided Americans distrust their television news sources? Let's count the ways.
A new poll depicts a skeptical America split into partisan news-watching camps, Red and Blue viewers peering warily at their screens.
Since Oprah Winfrey packed up the couch that Tom Cruise jumped on and ended her daytime talk show last year, no one has truly filled her role as the top go-to person in television for major celebrity and news interviews.
ABC is turning Nik Wallenda's attempted tightrope walk over Niagara Falls into a prime-time television event next month, devoting a full three hours to the daredevil's June 15 walk, the network said Friday.
From the 24-ounce Cafe Americano to the 64-ounce Mountain Dew Double Gulp, from ubiquitous coffee shops to the widespread use of the prescription drug Ritalin (read: legal speed) as a campus study aid, we are one nation under a buzz, indivisible from our next fix, with 5-Hour Energy shots and caffeine-spiked chewing gum for all.
Satire and live comedy are not for the thin-skinned, as comics from Lenny Bruce to Michael Richards have learned. Apparently nobody bothered to tell Tina Fey.
Charlie Sheen is gone, but his sitcom "Two and a Half Men" is likely to stick around.