Former USA Gymastics team doctor Larry Nassar "was not a doctor, he in fact is, was, and forever shall be, a child molester, and a monster of a human being.
Democratic House leaders expressed cautious optimism Friday that President Donald Trump invited Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer to the White House for talks over a spending bill in hopes of averting a government shutdown. (Jan. 19)
Freeform held its first summit Thursday night in Los Angeles, hosting a series of panels discussing issues that the entertainment industry is currently facing. The four panels, titled “Millennials Are Destroying All the Industries,” “Understanding and Cultivating Love On and Off Screen,” “Exploring the Narrative Without Exploiting It” and “From Comics to Screen — Creating Marvel’s […]
Jan.17 -- Longbow Research analyst Shawn Harrison cut Apple stock to neutral on Wednesday. He discusses his call with Bloomberg's Jonathan Ferro on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open." Harrison, his family, and firm, do not own shares of Apple.
President Donald Trump stepped to the forefront of the anti-abortion movement he once opposed on Friday, speaking in their support and announcing legislation that will protect religious freedoms. (Jan. 19)
Israeli ambassador to the United Nations previews Vice President Mike Pence Middle East trip with stops in Egypt, Jordan and Israel in wake of President Trump declaring Jerusalem as the nation's capital.
Sony Pictures Television has launched an official “Breaking Bad” YouTube channel in honor of the tenth anniversary of the show’s premiere. The official channel will assimilate and optimize thousands of existing video clips and content, drawing from official show footage, fans’ user-generated content and newly created themed pieces, giving fans that subscribe to the channel […]
Jan.17 -- Bloomberg Intelligence's Alison Williams examines fourth-quarter results for Goldman Sachs Group Inc. She speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Olympic Gold Medalist and sexual abuse survivor Aly Raisman hammered USA Gymnastics and the USOC over its handling of the abuse scandal that is culminating in the sentencing of former gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar. (Jan. 19)
The Pentagon says that countering China's rapidly expanding military and an increasingly aggressive Russia are now the U.S. military's top national security priorities, outpacing the threat of terrorism, which has long gripped America and its allies. (Jan. 19)
Clint Culpepper is stepping down as head of Screen Gems, the Sony Pictures division that specializes in lower-budget genre films, Variety has learned. He will be replaced by Steve Bersch, the head of Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions, according to insiders. Culpepper helped rekindle the Screen Gems label in 1998 and was responsible for several hits […]
Jan.17 -- Bloomberg's Kevin Cirilli comments on Yale professor James Whitman's essay on "Trump's Quest To Make America White Again" and discusses Congress negotiating to avoid a government shutdown. He speaks on "Bloomberg Surveillance."