Elliot Spitzer and Silda Wall Spitzer
Former New York governor Elliot Spitzer and his wife Silda have called it quits after 26 years, according to People.
"We regret that our marital relationship has come to an end, and we have agreed not to make any other public statement on this subject," spokesperson Lisa Linden said in a statement on behalf of the pair.
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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...
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....
Joy Behar is joining Current TV with a new talk show.
The View co-host, who left HLN six months ago, will launch her new show in September. The show will ...
Former MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann has been fired as lead anchor of Current TV, the New York Times reports.
Just a year after he was hired, the network let him go reportedly because he failed to honor the terms of his five-year contract. The Times also reports that his termination comes a few months after...
Law & Order: SVU
Eliot Spitzer, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Anthony Weiner. Americans are all too familiar with the story of a politician's fall from grace. Law & Order: SVU guest star Kyle MacLachlan says that doesn't make watching the downfall any less fascinating.
"When we look at our politicians, they appear to us to be, and they present themselves as being, completely in control and on top of everything. I think that's what we like to think that they are...
Eliot Spitzer is out and CNN is doubling down on hard news and Anderson Cooper.
The cable news network announced July 6 that it will reshuffle its prime time lineup (again), making Anderson Cooper 360 its flagship program with a move to 8 pm/ET (plus a second airing at its current 10 pm/ET time slot), starting August 8.
Heidi Montag tending bar? Jake Pavelka in trouble with the law?
So this is what happens when seven celebrities band together to open a restaurant. On the new VH1 series Famous Food, former Real Housewives of New Jersey star Danielle Staub, Ashley Dupré (aka Eliot Spitzer's ex-call girl), The Sopranos' Vincent Pastore, Three 6 Mafia, Montag (The Hills) and former Bachelor Pavelka must launch...
Heidi Montag and Danielle Staub
Reality vixens Heidi Montag and Danielle Staub will face off in the new VH1 series Famous Food.
The 10-episode reality show, slated to premiere in the fall, will give seven celebrities the opportunity to open a West Hollywood eatery. The cast — which includes Montag, Staub, former Bachelor Jake Pavelka, musicians DJ Paul and Juicy "J", Eliot Spitzer's former call girl Ashley Dupre and Sopranos actor Vincent Pastore — will complete various tasks, such as creating a menu and renovating the location.
CNN talk show legend Larry King weighs in on Charlie Sheen's recent media blitz in an exclusive interview with TV Guide Network's Hollywood 411 to air Sunday. "I'm glad I'm not on the air," he says. "I hate this stuff... it's sad." But King is confident that Sheen will bounce back. "Anyone can recover. Look at Eliot Spitzer — he's got his own show now!"
Plus: Hollywood 411 goes bikini shopping with Real Housewives of Orange County's Gretchen Rossi and Alexis Bellino and Scott Wolf talks about the season finale of V.