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White House Press Corps Deny Carney Given Questions In Advance

Thursday the Weekly Standard reported that a CBS reporter from Arizona revealed that President Obama's press secretary, Jay Carney, receives questions from the White House Press Corps in advance of his daily briefings. White House correspondents Ed Henry of Fox News and Julie Pace of the Associated press were quick to deny the claim. Mar 20, 2014 8:46 AM PT

CNN's Don Lemon: 'Is It Preposterous' a Black Hole Ate Flight 370?

CNN's Don Lemon has practically cried on the air over a Obama speech, speculated on the air about the supernatural being behind the disappearance on Flight 370, and last night he wondered aloud if "it was preposterous" to believe that a black hole was behind the disappearance of the Boeing 777.... Mar 20, 2014 7:42 AM PT

'Ordinary People' Is a Much Better Movie Than 'Raging Bull'

I don't care about DeNiro's Jake LaMotta. I don’t care about his stupid wives. I don’t care about his idiot brother. And watching people you don't care about is boring. And after forty or so minutes of interminable, dated, going nowhere scenes of working-class Italian verbal grab-ass (Whatyoo talking about, Joey?" "Whatduyya mean what am I talking about? Whatyoo talking about!?"), I'm ready to take my own dive. Mar 19, 2014 1:48 PM PT

Pay TV Subscribers Fall For First Time Ever

According to the research firm SNL, for the first time ever the number of Americans who pay for bundled cable and satellite fell by a net total of 251,000 subscribers. Previously the industry has faced bad quarters and an alarming decline in subscriber growth. A net drop over the course of a full year has never happened before. Mar 19, 2014 11:48 AM PT

New York Mag: Five-Thirty-Eight Launch Disappoints

New York Magazine's Benjamin Wallace-Wells thinks America expects to much for Nate Silver and his new FiveThirtyEight site. At least that's how Wallace-Wells spun what was an overall sense of disappointment with the site's launch earlier this week. Mar 19, 2014 11:10 AM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Wednesday's Top 5 News Items

There is nothing I like about Judd Apatow, especially his overlong, self-involved movies. It's not that I'm a prude. "The Hangover" and "Ted" both had me on the floor. There is just something about the entire culture that has sprung up around the man feels toxic, nihilistic, and creepy. Mar 19, 2014 8:59 AM PT

Putin's Approval Rating 30 Points Higher Than Obama's

Vladmir Putin is a gangster, but a shrewd one who is at least showing the Russian people leadership, vision, and action. According to USA Today, the Russian market is up and so is Putin's popularity, which hit 72% among Russians in a recent poll. Meanwhile, back in America, President Obama's approval rating is more than 30 points lower at 41%. Mar 19, 2014 7:02 AM PT

NYT: CNN's Ratings Surge as Critics Mock Missing Airline Coverage

The New York Times took an in-depth look at CNNs' obsessive coverage of Flight 370, the Boeing 777 that has gone missing for over a week. While the third-place cable news network has seen a surge in ratings, there has also been a surge in mockery aimed at the network's speculative guesswork and sometimes outright goofiness. Mar 18, 2014 1:39 PM PT

Kevin Sorbo: Bill Maher a 'Very Lonely and Angry Man'

During an interview with Steve Malzberg of Newsmax actor Kevin Sorbo responded to Bill Maher's rant against God as a "psychotic mass-murderer," by pitying the HBO comedian as a "very lonely and angry man." Mar 18, 2014 12:32 PM PT

Hollywood Playbook: Tuesday's Top 5 News Items

It has been almost five years since Brown beat the hell out of Rihanna and all he received was 5 years probation and 1400 hours of community service. Since, he has been in and out of trouble but avoided jail by agreeing to go to rehab. Now he's been kicked out of this third rehab center. Mar 18, 2014 11:01 AM PT

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