Things men like: burgers, scantily clad women.
Only if there was an "overwhelming public interest."
The precocious new host has an inspirational word cloud behind him.
Reporters attending the event were told not to mention "personal or family affairs."
But at least a lot of people read it, he says.
The paper "took great care to ensure fair, unbiased journalism."
A recap of the celeb-host's millennial-focused debut.
He doesn't see a problem here.
Also he's around to come back to CNN, if necessary.
Jeff Zucker heard the American people.
He bought One Madison's triplex penthouse and the floor below it.
At First Look Media.
And NBC airs the whole thing in prime time.
A judge slammed his decision to talk to the press.
He was charged with wire fraud, less than a decade after his last conviction.
Current bid: $11,200.
But don't compare him to Ezra Klein or Nate Silver.