Condoleezza Rice has been hired as a new regular contributor to CBS News, The New York Times reports.
CBS News chairman Jeff Fager and...
Karl Rove on Fox News
Karl Rove may not be appearing on Fox News anytime soon.
Rove and Dick Morris, two pro-Mitt Romney political pundits who were part of Fox News' anti-Obama campaign, have reportedly been benched from appearing on Fox News' programming, according to New York Magazine.
VIDEO: Karl Rove questions Fox News' decision to call election for Obama
Fox News chief Roger Ailes has...
Rihanna and Anne Hathaway
For her third time hosting Saturday Night Live, Anne Hathaway not only showed off her killer pipes, but also her infamous knack for impressions. In her opening monologue, the Oscar nominee sang her heart out on a spoof of one of the classic songs from her upcoming film, Les Miserables, "One More Day." However, it wasn't her impressive voice that caught our eye, but her blink-and-you-missed-it Stefon impression...
Karl Rove, Jon Stewart
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15. Impeccable Timing Award: After what host Jeff Probst calls the most "complicated" and "entertaining" Tribal Council ever, former MLB player Jeff Kent is voted off Survivor: Philippines, a result of him betraying his alliance. But even more surprising than Jeff's ouster is his hilariously timely rant afterward, during which he points out that the show's $1 million prize is really only "600 grand after Obama takes it." It's all the more funny since the show was filmed earlier this year and his elimination just happened to air the day after Barack Obama's re-election.
14. Laziest Rip-Off: Ted proposes to Victoria on How I Met Your Mother after she...
Even after Fox News called the presidential election for Barack Obama, one man was still holding out for a Mitt Romney win. Karl Rove didn't hesitate to butt heads with the network on camera, rejecting Obama's projected win of Ohio and thus the election.
Clint Eastwood is making it known that his Chrysler Super Bowl commercial does not mean he's a supporter of President Barack Obama.
"I am certainly not politically affiliated with Mr. Obama," Eastwood told Fox News Channel in a statement. "It was meant to be a message just about job growth and the spirit of America. I think all politicians will agree with it. I thought the spirit was OK."
Here's a breakdown of what kind of 2010 midterm elections coverage you can expect and where:
8/7c: Co-anchors George Stephanopoulos and Diane Sawyer will interrupt the Dancing With the Stars results show with live updates.