Jay Leno, Michelle Obama, Barack Obama
President Barack Obama was full of jokes during the weekend's White House Correspondents' Association dinner — including a few zingers aimed at Jay Leno.
VIDEO: Leno trades quips with Obama at annual dinner
"The only person whose ratings fell more than mine last year is here tonight. Great to see you, Jay," he said to the late-night host, who also headlined the evening.
Obama told the 3,000-person audience he was glad to appear before Leno because ...
Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to appear as a guest on The View, ABC announced Monday.
Biden on health-care reform: "This is a big f---ing deal"
Biden, who plays a vital role in the administration's health care strategy and advising President Obama on foreign relations, will speak as a part of ...
Joe Biden, Pamela Anderson
TV went big this week. Desperate Housewives' Katherine picked the worst possible moment for a heart-to-heart. Some Amazing Race contestants made a mistake of Biblical proportions. Breaking Bad made its play to be the best show on the air. And — as our noble leaders are duly elected to do — Vice President Joe Biden put everything in perspective. Welcome to Top Moments, Big F---ing Deal Edition...
Barack Obama and Joe Biden
Vice President Joe Biden welcomed Tuesday's historic health care passage with a historic gaffe, telling his boss on live television ...
Tareq Salahi and Michaele Salahi
White House party crashers Tareq and Michaela Salahi appeared before Congress Wednesday, invoking their Fifth Amendment rights against self-incrimination and refusing to testify.
The Salahis would not answer questions in front of the House Homeland Security Committee about how they made it past the Secret Service and into a Nov. 24 White House state dinner uninvited.
A federal grand jury is also...
Jill Biden, Oprah
Oprah Winfrey knows how to get women to dish on their husbands - even when it's Jill Biden.
Jill Biden said Monday that her husband had his pick of being either Barack Obama's running mate or the secretary of state on Winfrey's broadcast from Washington's Kennedy Center - a major slip that the vice president-elect immediately tried to silence.
"Joe had the choice to be secretary of state or vice president," she said. Her husband turned to his wife with his finger to his lips and a "Shhhh!" that sent the audience into laughter. "OK, he did," Jill Biden said in her defense.
The vice president-elect blushed bright red, laughed uncomfortably but then gave his wife a hug while the audience continued to chuckle...
It's not TV, it's the presidential inauguration.
HBO has scored exclusive broadcast rights to the Jan. 18 opening ceremony of President-elect Barack Obama's inauguration, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Don't have HBO? No worries. The network is in talks with cable and satellite distributors to air the event, which will be held at the Lincoln Memorial, without commercial interruption for free to all.
Both Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden are expected to attend, while the entertainment lineup ...
Sarah Palin by and Joe Biden by Jemal Countess/WireImage.com
Warning: Political cynicism ahead!Let's face it: Presidential political discourse operates in cheap sound bites and generic platitudes. They all talk about lowering taxes, creating jobs and protecting your interests using empty buzzwords to convey nothing. It's enough to drive a person to drink. (Light bulb)Hey! Wait a minute!...And thus, we invented a drinking game for Thursday's vice-presidential debate between Sen. Joe Biden and Gov. Sarah Palin. (The debate aired live at 9 pm/ET on pretty much every tee-vee network there is.)The rules were simple. You were to take a drink....If Biden: refers to John McCain as "a friend" or someone he respects just before trashing him. tries in any way to justify the complete failure that is Amtrak. has to explain what his son did for a living after law school. say any of the following: "climate change," "biofuels," "green," "ethanol," "drilling," "Big Oil," or "Bridge to Nowhere." refers to Palin's recent interview ...
Hollywood has been generously giving to candidates making a 2008 run for the White House and some of those contributions are coming from your favorite TV stars. The Biz recently took the data filed with the Federal Election Commission to find out where they stand before the presidential primary season begins.Senator Barack Obama has been neck and neck with Democratic nomination rival Senator Hillary Clinton in showbiz fundraising, but he's got a longer list of TV actors who've opened their checkbooks for his bid. The list includes Ellen Pompeo (Grey's Anatomy), Zack Braff (Scrubs), Melina Kanakaredes (CSI: NY), Adrian Pasdar (Heroes), Adam Arkin (Life), Rob Morrow (Numbers), Dennis Haysbert (The Unit), Isaiah Washington (Bionic Woman), Tate Donovan (Damages), Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy) and Will Forte (Saturday Night Live). Chris Rock, Tyra Banks and Oprah Winfrey are also in the Obama camp along with writer-producers J.J. Abrams, Amy Sherman-Palladino, Steven Bochco, Chuck ...
Real Time with Bill Maher
As HBO's Real Time with Bill Maher debates the issues for one last time (Friday at 11 pm/ET) before going on hiatus — fret not, the series is expected to return in late summer — we asked host Bill Maher about his show and the state of the union.
TV Guide: You're so informed. How do you prepare for a show?
Bill Maher: Well, I spend all week preparing. People are always surprised to hear that I work a lot harder on this show than when I had an everyday show [Politically Incorrect]. When you do an everyday show, you