Longtime CNN contributors James Carville and Mary Matalin are leaving the network, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
The married couple first appeared on CNN as co-hosts of Crossfire, which ran until 2005, before becoming news analysts.
Geraldine A. Ferraro, who was the first female vice presidential candidate on a national ticket, died on Saturday, according to CNN. She was 75.
Ferraro died at Massachusetts General Hospital of complications from...
Robert Novak, the conservative political columnist and CNN commentator who played a key role in the Valerie Plame CIA case, has died. He was 78.
Novak succumbed to brain cancer at his Washington home on Tuesday, his wife, Geraldine, told the Chicago Sun-Times. "He was someone who loved being a journalist, loved journalism and loved his country and loved ...
What liberal media? Conservative pundit Tucker Carlson now headlines two shows — and Fox News Channel doesn't air either of them. The cohost of CNN's Crossfire is crossing over to PBS with a new talk show, Tucker Carlson: Unfiltered (debuting tonight; check local listings). TV Guide Online turned the tables on Carlson, grilling him about Britney Spears, his bow-tie habit and potential chat-show rivals Rev. Al Sharpton and Howard Dean.
TV Guide Online: So what kinds of guests should we look forward to seeing on Unfiltered?Tucker Carlson: Only the most interesting. Anybody who has a talk show gets frustrated by the endless chase after name guests — some of whom are good, most of whom are not. Typically in Washington, the mindset is get the guy with the best title. I want to get the guy with the best information and the ability to convey it. Someone who doesn't use euphemisms and government-speak and doesn't bu