Barack Obama, Brian Lamb
Barack Obama made a campaign promise in January 2008 that a debate on health care legislation would include "bringing all parties together, and broadcasting those egotiations on C-SPAN so that the American people can see what the choices are."
Now C-SPAN is seeking permission to offer live TV coverage of the final discussions over the health-care bill.
Brit Hume, Tiger Woods
Brit Hume has made a personal plea to Tiger Woods: Convert to Christianity.
The Fox News commentator made the unusual statement on...
Carrie Underwood can sing, but can she act?
We'll find out in March when the former American Idol champ makes her acting debut on How I Met Your Mother as Tiffany — yet another love interest for Ted.
Amanda Peet to appear on How I Met Your Mother
The singer's guest spot is part of the...
Barack Obama, Lost
In the ultimate battle between our real and fantasy lives, Lost's final season premiere may be bumped by President Barack Obama's State of the Union address.
The White House is currently considering either...
Actor Gary Coleman was taken to a Los Angeles hospital Wednesday morning, but is in no immediate health danger, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
Gary Coleman and wife getting divorced
"He's fine," Coleman's rep, Robert Malcolm, said. "It was precautionary and they are going to run some tests."
Malcolm said he is ...
The Creature from the Black Lagoon
ESPN and Discovery Channel announced plans this week to start 3-D networks, creating even more viewing opportunities for viewers just now adjusting to digital TV.
ESPN 3D will debut on June 11 with the 2010 FIFA World Cup match, while Discovery is teaming up with Sony and IMAX for first round-the-clock 3-D channel in 2011.
As always, there's a catch: Viewers will need 3-D-capable TV sets and possibly new set-top boxes, plus those fun glasses. And no one's saying whether viewers will have to pay more...