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'Best of Enemies' Doc Examines the Angry 1968 Debates that Changed TV News
ABC's 1968 debate series between liberal Gore Vidal and conservative Bill Buckley ushered in our era of "pundit television."
The 7 Best Political Movies You Haven't Seen
Make the myth, break the myth, or explain the myth — these are the ways Hollywood takes on politics in film. This year, three movies, each with a different approach, but all steeped in the politics of their day, have a chance to win the...
Envy Outweighs Greed in New Investment Study
“It is not enough that I succeed,” the late Gore Vidal once noted. “Others must fail.” Vidal, who also famously admitted that “a little something” in him dies whenever a friend succeeds, would have had a field day with a new study, “Investment Choices with...
Rihanna and Robert Kardashian Hang Out Together
The singer and reality star ride go-karts during the day and hit a Hollywood club at night.
Davis Joins Ranks of American Political Turncoats
Less than two years ago, 120,050 Alabama Democrats went to the primary polls and voted for four-term Rep. Artur Davis to represent the party in the 2010 governor's race. Unfortunately for the congressman, about 200,000 others came out to support his opponent, effectively ending Davis's career in
World News (08.01.12)
Tonight on world news warning signs exclusive new reporting on the Colorado Rampage. What did his university no about the suspect before the shooting. Cheers. Eight Olympic athletes thrown out after trying to lose and badminton. Big scandal tonight. She lost a father attacked by a shark in Cape
Texas Toast: What A Tea Party Candidate's Win Means For Washington (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone), CHRIS GOOD (@c_good) and ELIZABETH HARTFIELD (@LizHartfield) NOTABLES: VEEP DAY DRAWS NEAR: Mitt Romney’s campaign won’t say anything about when a vice presidential announcement will be made, but here is a hint: ABC’s Jonathan Karl reports that two potential
Gore Vidal Dead at 86
American author and playwright died in Los Angeles of complications from pneumonia.
5 Things To Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. Romney Returns to US Presumptive Republican nominee Mitt Romney has returned to the US after a controversial seven-day, three-nation overseas tour. There is speculation that Romney will name a running mate soon. 2. Needle
American Author, Playwright Gore Vidal Dead at 86
American Author and playwright Gore Vidal, who unsuccessfully ran for political office twice, died at the age of 86. The announcement was made Tuesday night on his official website, but did not mention a cause of death. Vidal's nephew, Burr Steers, said he passed away of complications from