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Latest Brian Williams Items
The days of watching election night coverage on a single television set may soon be a quaint anachronism.
NBC News is replacing the top executive at Brian Williams' "Rock Center" newsmagazine, among a handful of other changes.
A year ago, not many people had heard of Lena Dunham. This year, in a sign of her stunningly swift path to major fame, the young creator and star of HBO's "Girls" was one of the top draws of the weekend's New Yorker Festival, the annual gathering where fans of the magazine flock to hear their favorite authors, actors, directors, artists and politicians interviewed, of course, by their favorite New Yorker writers.
How is it possible that Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney on who can better handle the economy when it has been in decline all year?
Television networks began juggling two major stories on Monday, still wondering whether Tropical Storm Isaac will cause them to divert a large amount of attention from the Republican National Convention in Tampa.
"Romney trip begins in shambles," blared CNN. "Britain is not ready for the Olympics says Mitt Romney," screamed the U.K.'s Daily Mail. "Mitt Romney's Olympics gaffe overshadows visit to London," bellowed Britain's Telegraph newspaper. But guess what? Mr. Romney said nothing of the kind.
Brett Di Resta teaches students how to find and spread information that can be used as political ammunition. With a presidential campaign gone bitterly negative before the opponents have even tapped gloves, and a new breed of free-spending Super PACS set to pour millions into opposition research, it's a timely skill set.
As Scott Pelley marks his first year as anchor of the "CBS Evening News," he's got his eye on the top of the mountain.
Hoping to lure viewers with laughs, struggling NBC is calling on old friend Matthew Perry to lend a hand.