Figure skater Brian Boitano has publicly come out as gay, days after being named to President Obama's official Olympic delegation for the upcoming winter games in Sochi.
Pope Francis is Time's Person of the Year.
"So much of what he has done in his brief nine months in office has really changed the tone that is coming out of the Vatican," Time managing editor Nancy Gibbs said during the reveal on Wednesday's Today. "He is saying, 'We are about the healing mission of the church, and not about the theological police work that had maybe been preoccupying us.' [He's stood out as] someone who has changed the tone and perception and focus of one of the world largest institutions in an extraordinary way."
Saturday Night Live
Live from New York, it's...NBC's hottest show? After nearly 40 years on the air and countless cast changes — including the losses of Kristen Wiig, Andy Samberg, Bill Hader, Jason Sudeikis, Fred Armisen and (soon) Seth Meyers in the last two seasons alone — Saturday Night Live routinely ranks as one of the Peacock Network's highest-rated series in the advertiser-coveted 18-to-49 age demographic (just below The Voice, The Blacklist and Chicago Fire). This...
A suspect has been shot and is in custody after opening fire at Los Angeles International Airport and injuring seven people on Friday.
A man pulled an assault rifle out of a bag and began shooting inside the airport around 9:20 a.m. PT, Los Angeles Airport Police Chief Patrick Gannon said during a press conference on Friday. He proceeded into the security screening area where he continued to fire. The suspect then went passed the checkpoint and "quite a ways" into Terminal 3.
Officers tracked and engaged in gunfire with the individual, who was then shot and wounded. He has since been taken into custody.
The Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev is taking her top off for a good cause.
In a photo posted on her WhoSay account Thursday, Dobrev appeared topless, but...
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."
President Obama addressed the nation on Tuesday night, stating that the United States will not yet use force in response to Syria's use of chemical weapons.
The President discussed Syria's use of chemical weapons, stating that the U.S. has obtained proof — through tests on site and from social media — that the Assad regime used sarin gas on its people. He vowed not to...
Charlie Rose's interview with Syrian President Bashar Assad will air on The Charlie Rose Show on PBS Monday night, the same night as President Obama's televised interviews about proposed military intervention in Syria will be broadcast.
President Obama will sit down for six TV interviews this week to discuss proposed intervention in Syria, the Washington Post reports.
MasterChef is back this week with a two-hour episode, which means double eliminations, right? Hmmm... We begin with a mystery box put together by none other than the judges' sons.