The longtime talking head is the latest poster boy for #MeToo. And mandatory retirement.
Thirty years ago today, history took off in a brand new direction.
Brian Williams will apparently stay at NBC News notwithstanding last year’s scandal, but he won’t be anchoring the network’s marquee newscast.
There’s no excuse for the former NBC anchor’s lies. But there are reasons.
Who watches Sunday morning talk shows anymore?
Veteran newsman Garrick Utley has died from prostate cancer at the age of 74.
Tom Brokaw has some good criticisms of what the White House Correspondent’s Association Dinner has turned into.
The New York Post reports that Today host Matt Lauer is the leading contender to replace Alex Trebek on Jeopardy.
Almost a decade ago, Roger Ebert wondered if making mass murderers famous doesn’t provide a perverse incentive.
Tom Brokaw was rushed to the hospital after feeling light-headed on “Morning Joe.”
Mitt Romney is showing signs that the negative attacks from the Obama camp are getting to him.
Tom Brokaw isn’t happy with Mitt Romney’s latest ad, which use of a 1997 NBC news report on Newt Gingrich’s ethics.
Last night’s State Of The Union Address contained another unfortunate example of the prevalence of militaristic rhetoric in domestic politics.
Should we be outraged over the manner in which Muammar Gaddafi died? I’m not losing any sleep over it.
Tom Brokaw notices something peculiar about the campaign debates: Nobody’s talking about Iraq or Afghanistan.