Failed Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney's first official interview since losing aired on Sunday. Guess what? He totally thought he was going to win, until, y'know, he lost.
Armstrong's second interview since spilling the beans to Oprah is inside this week's Sports Illustrated, and the biggest nugget so far is that his first sit-down might not have been with the confession expert but the resident hero-worshipper at NBC News, which might have brought in bigger ratings.
As the fiscal cliff negotiations reach their final hour, a strange new trend has emerged: people are going on TV and saying, with a straight face, that making $250,000 a year doesn't make you rich.
Tom Brokaw was taken to the hospital in Charlotte after his appearance on MSNBC's Morning Joe on Thursday after he felt light-headed, but the former NBC News Anchor explained later he had accidentally taken a sleeping pill.
Every day The Atlantic Wire highlights the video clips that truly earn your five minutes (or less) of attention.
A senior adviser to Mitt Romney says the campaign's new TV ad will stay, despite NBC's demands that it be taken down. Does the ad qualify as "fair use?"
NBC has reacted swiftly against Mitt Romney's latest campaign ad, while its reluctant star, Tom Brokaw, says it makes him "extremely uncomfortable."
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