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Jermaine Paul was front and center on "The Voice." The 33-year-old background singer from Harriman, N.Y., was declared the winner of the NBC singing competition Tuesday night.
Comedian Jon Stewart is broadcasting his "Daily Show" from Tampa, Fla., during the Republican National Convention.
The notion that TV viewers need another awards show may be laughable.
At the first U.S. Secret Policeman's Ball, American and British comics took turns on the Radio City Music Hall stage to showcase the foul-mouthed joy of free speech.
The Secret Policeman's Ball is letting America in on the party: The British-based music and comedy festival is coming to New York in March.
If President Obama can spare a moment from such chores as winning re-election, he might find a few chuckles on late-night TV.
He does well in straw polls. Now he may do well in grass polls, too. Sure to add an interesting dimension to the White House derby on Thursday: presidential hopeful Rep. Ron Paul, Texas Republican, joins Rep. Barney Frank, Massachusetts Democrat, to introduce the first-ever legislation to "end the federal war on marijuana and letting states legalize, regulate, tax and control marijuana without federal interference," says a spokesman.
Pundit, newsman, comedian, nervous female? Jon Stewart's media identity is at stake following his appearance on "Fox News Sunday."
The story about U.S. Rep. Anthony D. Weiner's use of Twitter to send a lewd photo to a woman has been awkward for comic Jon Stewart, a friend of the congressman's. On Tuesday, it proved painful as well.