The behind-the-scenes political hero of The West Wing and Parks & Rec will play JFK on National Geographic's adaptation of Killing Kennedy. Lowe may or may not have been leaning outwardly right of late, but isn't it kind of bizarre to think of Rob Lowe playing John F. Kennedy?
Fox News talking head Bill O'Reilly made waves last night for criticizing the arguments against gay marriage. Is he getting ready to come out in support of marriage equality?
Here's your first look at National Geographic Channel's new film Killing Lincoln, based on Bill O'Reilly's bestselling book. And, frankly, everything seems pretty heavy-handed in the time of Steven Spielberg's award-grabbing film about that same president
The Fox News host continued his misguided fight Thursday night. When will he see the light?
"Christianity is not an organized religion." Yes, Bill O'Reilly said this. And yes, you just knew Jon Stewart was waiting to tackle it.
Whether or not Bill O'Reilly's War on Christmas is fake, he's fighting on the wrong side this year.
So far, Bill O'Reilly is in the lead for the Controversial Election Day Rant Award with his bold statements on Fox News about how "the white establishment is now the minority."
Today in books and publishing: People under 30 most likely to read; who keeps buying O'Reilly's books?; Nick Hornby finds Virginia Woolf snobby; Jackie Collins recaps Revenge.
If you had better things to do with your Saturday night than stay in and order a $5 online pay-per-view, be thankful that you didn't miss much by skipping the debate between Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly.
Today in books and publishing: Laura Ingalls Wilder books slated for adaptation; Thurber prize winners; Bill O'Reilly's book on JFK's assassination; four new hunting memoirs.
In three short weeks, America's favorite frenemies Bill O'Reilly and Jon Stewart will trade insults and intellectual niceties once again in a 90-minute debate.
Greta Van Susteren, Bill O'Reilly, and his reporter Juliet Huddy are being sued by one Aviva Nash, who runs a New York-based drumming business, for their broadcasts on a scandal during which the Fox News personalities took amusingly predictable stances on both the issues of Government Services Administration spending, and the idea of drumming in unison.
Periodically in every presidency, a mere mortal interrupts the president at a public event, giving voice to the relatively powerless people who don't like him.
Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher are doing thing people who date do, Megan Fox is pregnant, and there but for the grace of Greta van Sustern goes Lindsay Lohan to Saturday's White House Correspondents' Association Dinner.
Today: Fox News is reportedly close to extending the contracts of Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity, Mel Gibson's latest recorded diatribe is slightly less unsettling and nauseating than earlier ones, and James Cameron has a new space venture.
Today in publishing and literature: A close read of the esteemed novelist's 1982 ode to arcade games, Bill O'Reilly is writing another book about a presidential assasination, and Sex and the City author Candace Bushnell faces legal action (again) from a former manager.
Every day The Atlantic Wire highlights the video clips that truly earn your five minutes (or less) of attention.
Today in books: Elmore Leonard's new book comes out Tuesday, NPR picks the one poetry collection you need to buy this year, and Bill O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln is going to be a National Geographic documentary.
Gawker's John Cook reports today that Fox News host Bill O'Reilly had him ejected from a book signing, in the continuing saga between Cook and O'Reilly.
A snippet of video is making the rounds on Twitter Thursday shows Bill O'Reilly whacking somebody with his umbrella after the Fox News star was asked whether he had attended a Newt Gingrich's fundraiser in D.C on Wednesday night.
Today in books: John Grisham returns to the baseball diamond, Bill O'Reilly's Killing Lincoln is on sale at one Ford's Theatre Kiosk, and Haruki Murakami's 1Q84 print sales are outplacing digital by a 3-to-1 margin.
Today in publishing and literature: the 2009 Man Booker winner is getting a sequel, Quentin Rowan explains his plagiarized spy novel, and Bill O'Reilly says his Killing Lincoln only has two major historical inaccuracies.
Lesley Stahl isn't spending Thanksgiving with Eric Cantor, Lady Gaga splits with her image guru, and Bill O'Reilly's Lincoln book isn't welcome at Ford's Theatre.
Robert Caro's fourth volume of his massive Lyndon Johnson biography is coming out in May, Bill O'Reilly will be writing a biography of a president-to-be-determined, and some valuable advice for National Novel Writing Month.
Upon receiving a box of Bill O'Reilly's Pinheads and Patriots, a U.S. soldier in Afghanistan conducted a book burning--but it wasn't political, he swears.
Plus: Bill O'Reilly and Jon Stewart had to talk on TV instead of watching baseball
Report says Fox pundit used a promise of a police charity donation as leverage
Plus, the interview doesn't touch on one big unanswered question
He asks how it is to "live with the knowledge that you've lost to Bill O'Reilly?"
What will talk radio talk about now that the FCC deleted its fairness doctrine rule?
Plus: Frances McDormand has no patience for cell phones
The MSNBC host dissected O'Reilly's "confused, hateful relationship with socialism"
But Bill sure does beam when Jon lovingly calls him "The Grinch"
Last night's debate was just what we'd thought it would be
Filmed on Friday, the interview reveals Stewart's rhetorical broadsword: rap lyrics
The Daily Show host will debate the Fox News host Monday night
Defending his network's honor, the Fox News host challenges Jon Stewart to a debate
"He had no interest in a discussion... It's what he does."
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