The nation's highest-ranking military officer says the United States has a plan ready to attack Iran, although he added he is hopeful it won't be needed.
NBC says "30 Rock" is going live this fall.
The White House on Friday implored the website WikiLeaks to stop posting secret Afghanistan war documents and the Pentagon pressed its investigation of the leaks, bringing a soldier charged with handing over classified video back to the U.S. for trial.
"Law & Order: Los Angeles" is getting another big-name prosecutor.
Vice President Joseph R. Biden Jr. says U.S. forces are inflicting "significant damage" on the al Qaeda terrorist network in Pakistan and Afghanistan.
The other day in the Wall Street Journal, my friend Fred Barnes deposited a few thoughts on journalism provoked by the discovery of a mother lode of left-wing bigotry, screeds and semiliterate gibbering. He hastened to tell his readers that there was no conspiracy behind the journalists' "tilt" to the left, but rather, "The media disproportionately attracts people from the liberal arts background who tend, quite innocently, to be politically liberal." Then he filed a caveat, noting that "hundreds of journalists have gotten together, on an online listserv called JournoList, to promote liberalism and liberal politicians at the expense of traditional journalism."
Hulu, the popular website with TV shows, now comes as a subscription-based application for iPhones and iPads. Although it isn't perfect, it works well enough that it may make you wonder if the TV's reign as the center of family life is coming to an end.
HULU PLUS: Hulu, the website with shows from ABC, Fox and NBC, is now available as an app for iPhones, iPod Touches, iPads and Samsung Internet-connected TVs. High-definition shows look great even on big TVs, and the iPhone version works over the cellular network.
Former child TV star Lance Kerwin has been placed on five years probation after pleading guilty to a theft charge.