Former MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann is coming back to prime time on Current TV.
Olbermann will host a new nightly news and commentary show in a deal will make him an equity partner in Current Media, the parent company of the channel which reaches 60 million homes in the U.S. He will also have the title of chief news officer and look to develop other news and talk shows for the network which mostly carries unscripted and documentary programming.
Jesse James and Sandra Bullock
2010 may just go down as the year of shocking celebrity breakups. First, there was Sandra Bullock's divorce from Jesse James. Then Courteney Cox and David Arquette announced their separation. And now, Scarlett Johansson and Ryan Reynolds have called it quits.
Look back at our list of some of the most surprising splits of the year, and tell us which breakup floored you the most.
New Oscar winner Sandra Bullock filed for divorce from Jesse James shortly after several women — namely tattoo model Michelle "Bombshell" McGee — claimed to have had affairs with the Monster Garage star. Bullock and James had been married since 2005.
Melissa and Tammy Etheridge separated after...
Former Vice President Al Gore has been cleared of allegations that he made unwanted advances towards a masseuse in a Portland, Oregon hotel in 2006, according to ABC News.
VIDEO: Al Gore cleared in sex assault case
Multnomah County prosecutors said there was no basis for prosecution following a four-week investigation.
Senior Deputy District Attorney Don Rees cited "contradictory evidence, conflicting witness statements, credibility issues, lack of ...
Jake Pavelka and Vienna Girardi
Jeers to Jake Pavelka for flying off the handle on The Bachelorette.
ABC cut its snooze-worthy footage of Ali Fedotowsky giggling her way through Portugal 40 minutes short to get to the good stuff: the first sit-down between...
Police have reopened an investigation into a claim by a Portland masseuse that former Vice President Al Gore made "unwanted sexual contact" with her in a hotel room in 2006 — an accusation Gore "unequivocally and emphatically" denies.
Police did not say why they are reopening the investigation. They previously closed it due what they said was insufficient evidence.
Al Gore accused of "unwanted sexual contact" in 2006, authorities say
A Gore family spokeswoman said in a statement that further investigation "will only benefit Mr. Gore."
"The Gores cannot comment ...
Former Vice President Al Gore was accused of "unwanted sexual contact" by an unidentified woman in Portland, Ore., in 2006, according to local law-enforcement officials, although no criminal charges were filed.
A lawyer representing the woman contacted Portland police in late 2006, according to the office of Multnomah County District Attorney Michael D. Schrunk. However, the woman refused to be interviewed by authorities and said she did not want to pursue a criminal case against Gore.
The woman declined to participate in a criminal investigation because...
Andrew Schiff, Karenna Gore
Just days after former Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, announced their separation, the couple's eldest daughter, Karenna Gore Schiff, has also split from her husband, Andrew Schiff, reports The Associated Press.
Al and Tipper Gore separate after 40 years of marriage
Karenna, 36, and Andrew, 44, who married in ...
Al and Tipper Gore
Former Vice President Al Gore and his wife, Tipper, are separating after 40 years of marriage.
The pair made the announcement to friends Tuesday in an e-mail obtained by Politico.
"We are announcing today that after a great deal of thought and discussion, we have decided to separate," the couple wrote. "This is very much a mutual and mutually supportive decision that we have made together following a process of ...
NBC is teaming up with Prince Charles for a new TV special about the environment.
Harmony, which is slated to air in November, stems from Prince Charles' three decades of work fighting climate change and searching for new solutions to the worldwide environmental crisis...
SpongeBob SquarePants isn't trying to be greener than Al Gore, but he may have an advantage in reaching out to kids.
"He's funnier," jokes Steven Banks, the show's...