John McCain, Ed Harris
Ed Harris will play the John McCain to Julianne Moore's Sarah Palin in HBO's Game Change, Deadline reports.
Harris, 60, will play the presidential candidate and longtime Arizona senator in HBO's upcoming film about...
Julianne Moore, Sarah Palin
Step aside, Tina Fey.
Julianne Moore has signed to play Sarah Palin in an upcoming HBO film about the 2008 presidential election, Deadline reports.
The project, titled Game Change, is based on Mark Halperin and John Heilemann's book that follows Sen. John McCain's campaign, from his selection of a...
Is Dancing with the Stars trying to keep it all in the Palin family?
After Bristol Palin's much-talked-about and improbable run to the Season 11 finale, ABC is eyeing her dad, Todd, for next season, according to E! Online.
Margaret Cho: Sarah Palin made Bristol do Dancing
"They want him big time. They'd love ...
Gen. David H. Petraeus, the commander of the U.S. forces in the Middle East, passed out Tuesday during a televised Senate hearing.
VIDEO: McCain questions Petraeus
The seated Petraeus was listening to Sen. John McCain when he fainted forward. Petraeus had been testifying that the U.S. and Afghan forces are gaining ground in their fight against the Taliban.
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 ...
Bristol Palin, Sarah Palin
Bristol Palin has a difference of opinion with her famous mother, saying teen abstinence is "not realistic at all."
"Everyone should be abstinent, whatever, but it's not realistic at all," the 18-year-old mom said in an interview with Fox News' Greta Van Susteren, who pressed her on why.
Senator John McCain and David Letterman, Late Show with David Letterman
Unlike his last mea culpa appearance on The Late Show, John McCain was much more lighthearted during his segment on Thursday night, joking: "I don't want to talk about the bleeping campaign."
The former Republican presidential candidate sat down with David Letterman to talk about several topics: He praised President-elect Barack Obama for some of his staff choices, including Secretary of State-designate Hillary Rodham Clinton...
John McCain and Jay Leno, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno
In his first television appearance since conceding the election to President-elect Barack Obama, Sen. John McCain spent Veteran's Day with Jay Leno on The Tonight Show, alternating in tone between his characteristic, self-deprecating one-liners and a more reverent seriousness. Read on to see what he said about Gov. Palin and the press...
Sen. John McCain will make his first television appearance since losing the 2008 Presidential Election on the Nov. 11 episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
The Arizona senator and former prisoner of war in Vietnam will help Jay & Co. celebrate ...
President elect Barack Obama, Vice-President elect Joe Biden
It was an historic night, and the networks mostly made us proud -- except for a handful of gaffes and some sci-fi-like technology they should maybe save for a brighter tomorrow. Here's our look at the most powerful, ridiculous, and notable moments of Election Night 2008.