And Katie can't stop giggling.
For the fourth week in a row, she's steadily beating her ratings from last year.
Plus, Evan Rachel Wood turns into Ginger Spice, and Emilio Pucci's launching a trio of fragrances.
Yes, that cultlike chanting you heard from within those veiled surreys was the four of them. Then they served their kids milk. Goyische! In the post-tryptophan gossip roundup.
Madge's divorce details and the antics of 'Gossip Girl' stars continue to amuse us in today's gossip roundup.
In a new interview, Couric indicates she'd like to capitalize on her regained popularity.
On 'Letterman' and at last night's Alfred E. Smith dinner, the candidates get some laughs — and not the nasty, 'I hate you' type of laughs they earned during the debates.
Turns out the Alaska governor couldn’t name a Supreme Court ruling she ‘disagreed’ with, not, as previously rumored, any ruling at all.
It's never good when people start openly discussing replacing you on the ticket.
In which we play a maddening guessing game.
Wait, is that the style of reporting where one asks follow-up questions and holds people accountable for their public statements? Despicable!
It's not really funny anymore when Sarah Palin can't answer a question.
Sarah Palin's responses to Katie Couric's foreign-policy questioning reminded us more of the early episodes of ‘American Idol’ than of ‘Meet the Press.’
It's more than just multiplying by two the sexy librarian fantasy that has white men everywhere riveted by Sarah Palin. It's that Couric is the right choice for an interview that will finally teach us something about the enigmatic Alaska governor.
Do we really need Anderson Cooper, Katie Couric, and Brian Williams in Louisiana when they could cover the hurricane and the RNC at the same time? Plus, all your daily finance, real estate, law, and media news.
According to ‘Forbes,’ at least. Plus, today’s real estate, law, media, and financial news.
After months of rumors, Chris Russo is off the popular sports-radio show — that and more, in of our daily industry roundup.
Plus, Katie Couric takes control of CBS News' political coverage, hotels keep cropping up in Gowanus, and KKR's IPO doesn't go as well as planned, all in our daily industry report.
The liberal blogosphere is aflame after a gaffe from McCain is edited out of a CBS broadcast.
The CBS anchor identifies with the former presidential candidate. Plus, why it's not looking good for Wall Street bonuses, or the doorman who won $5 million on a scratch ticket a couple of months ago, and more, in our daily rundown of New York media, finance, real-estate, and law news.