This might be the dullest ambush interview in the history of the genre.
Naturally, he made this announcement on the Internet.
February was the snowiest month in New York City history!
Tila Tequila is "God's messenger," and other facts we learned on Twitter this morning.
Evan Rachel Wood, we're so happy for you!
Bill Clinton is not just a former president, he is the Democratic Party's fixer.
And he insists he's not lying about it.
Al Gore will host tonight's Nashville premiere of Quentin Tarantino's 'Inglourious Basterds.'
Euna Lee and Laura Ling are on the ground in America. So how did that happen, anyway?
We know what he's really going for. To kick some ass.
Laura Ling and Euna Lee of Current TV were convicted this morning.
Could a nominee be announced by the end of the week?
Also, people in Malibu are still shopping, and Louis Vuitton hearts Al Gore.
The 'Times' today had three stories about the media's epic struggle to stay afloat. Way to be self-referential, 'Times'! And they say newspapers are having trouble adjusting to the Internet.
'West Wing' screenwriter and former Al Gore speechwriter Eli Attie and Wonkette's Ken Layne discuss the inscrutability of undecided voters, whether the debates will matter, and what Philip K. Dick has to do with it.
The comedian and the 'West Wing' scribe banter about the meaninglessness of faster news cycles, starting Obama rumors, and working on McCain's TV show.
'I have great tape of McCain laughing at the crudest stuff ... His people said he couldn't do it. But he told me later, 'You got me good.''