Julia Louis-Dreyfus bares all for the new issue of Rolling Stone, posing coyly on the magazine's cover wearing nothing but a large back tattoo of the preamble to the United States Constitution.
Ian Ziering, Tara Reid
Eight years after Al Gore taught the world about climate change, one film is hoping to pick up where An Inconvenient Truth left off. That would be the highly anticipated (but highly unscientific) upcoming Syfy TV movie Sharknado 2: The Second One.
"This is the most important film ever made about climate change," star...
Clay Aiken is "actively considering" a run for Congress in North Carolina's 2nd congressional district, according to the Washington Blade.
The singer, who would run as a Democrat, has already taken the initial steps, having reportedly consulted with political strategist Betsy Conti, who worked for former Vice President Al Gore, made phone calls to gauge support, and talked to the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, as well as figures in Raleigh, N.C.
Edwin E. Aldrin Jr
Television news has given us the chance to witness history as it happened. As part of TV Guide Magazine's 60th anniversary, we look back at the breaking stories and interviews that viewers will never forget.
1. John F. Kennedy assassination (1963) TV anchors (particularly Walter Cronkite) provide solace and real-time reporting when the nation needs it most. After four days of continuous coverage from Dallas, where JFK was killed, and Arlington, where he was laid to rest, TV Guide Magazine declares, "The medium gained a new sense of what it could do."
Al Jazeera has purchased cable channel Current TV in a move that will put the Middle Eastern news channel into more than 40 million American homes, Al Jazeera announced Wednesday.
Al Jazeera will replace Current TV, which was founded by former Vice President Al Gore in 2005, to create a new channel based in New York. Approximately 60 percent of the programming for the channel, which will be called Al Jazeera America, will be produced in...
Even after Fox News called the presidential election for Barack Obama, one man was still holding out for a Mitt Romney win. Karl Rove didn't hesitate to butt heads with the network on camera, rejecting Obama's projected win of Ohio and thus the election.
Barack Obama, Mitt Romney
The first debate between President Barack Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney on Wednesday, October 3, is expected to be the steel cage match of the political season. They'll meet again on October 16 and October 22. TV Guide Magazine asked experts who have been on the front lines of past presidential campaigns to tell us what to expect — and what the candidates need to do to win.
Al Gore is taking a rare step in front of the camera to lead his cable network's coverage of the Democratic and Republication National Conventions this summer, The Wrap reports.
Gore will take part in a roundtable panel joined by Viewpoint host (and former New York Governor) Eliot Spitzer, The War Room host (and former Michigan governor) Jennifer Granholm and The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur. California lieutenant governor and....
Former two-term Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm would quite possibly have been on the list for future Presidential candidates — had she been born in the U.S. Instead the Canadian-born Democrat is going on TV. Starting tonight at 9/8c on Current TV, she will host The War Room With Jennifer Granholm, a live political show based in San Francisco. Her first guests: consumer advocate and Democratic Senate candidate Elizabeth Warren and former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs. TV Guide Magazine caught up with Granholm to find out what battles The War Room will pick.
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15. Orange You Glad You Did This? Award: Now that Anderson Cooper has come out of the closet about his admiration for Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, it's only fitting that they go out on a proper date. On his new daytime talk show, the Jersey Shore star takes Cooper for his first spray tan. "I had no idea that Mr. Anderstand had muscles," Snooki says, as a sheepish, shirtless Cooper undergoes the process. "So when he took off his shirt, he had, like, a huge peanut muscle. Cool." Cooper, at least, seems pleased with the results: "Wow! I've never had a tan line like that." Does anyone...