The key players in the budget negotiations finally sat down for the first time on Friday, but are still feeling each other out as they establish their opening gambits.
What do you get when Time magazine asks celebrities to write about the greatness of other celebrities? The annual "Time 100," of course! But you also get a lot of terribly obnoxious back-patting, most of which, this year, is guardedly self aggrandizing.
In the word's of Bono, the Supreme Court's ruling on FCC v. Fox was "effing brilliant!" Today, the Supreme Court thew out fines against Fox and other broadcasters by the Federal Communications Commission for fleeting expletives or nudity on TV. Meanwhile, its much anticipated Obamacare ruling won't be coming down today.
Larry King is toasted not roasted, a Super Committee weekend outing, and two very different evenings with Ronald Reagan.
Blames blogs, preview audiences for Spidey's troubles
Plus: Bono gives Julie Taymor a very public compliment
The ousted director won't let a arbitration claim get in the way of opening night
'Sesame Street' parody brings mockery of the troubled show to the pre-school set
Just praise the opening number and quote these Spiderman jokes
She came, she saw, she spent $65 million on a musical and left before it opened
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