Latest Katie Couric Stories
By Alan Pergament More high-definition channels have arrived on Time Warner Cable, but don't expect a 24-hour news channel here any time soon. That's the word from the area's largest cable system.
By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK - Second in the broadcast network competition to talk to Sarah Palin: Katie Couric. The CBS anchor will spend two days on the road with the Republican vice presidential candidate as well as presidential hopeful John McCain, the network said Tuesday.
By Mike Hughes A diva convergence, blending the top voices in pop music, reaches live TV on Friday. And the idea started with a mismatched meeting. "There were seven of us -- women of a certain age," recalls Laura Ziskin, 58.
By Frazier Moore NEW YORK - Katie Couric, Charles Gibson and Brian Williams have something in common besides their jobs: Each has lost loved ones to cancer - which gives them something in common with nearly everybody.
By Mike Pearson It's Friday morning and you've survived the Democratic National Convention. It wasn't the root canal you expected, but it wasn't a $200 lap dance either. The past four days seem like a hallucination of religious revivalism and apocalyptic brooding.
By MATEA GOLD By Matea Gold and James Rainey Los Angeles Times ST. PAUL, Minn. The television networks and national cable news outlets Sunday shifted their top talent and reporters from the Republican National Convention here to the Gulf region to prepare for Hurricane Gustav's landfall.
By Brian Stelter When Barack Obama accepts the Democratic Party's nomination on Thursday before a capacity audience of 70,000 at Invesco Field in Denver, an aerial camera will hover above the stadium turf, using a TV technique normally applied at football games.
By Brian Stelter When Barack Obama accepts the Democratic Party nomination for president on Thursday before a capacity audience of 70,000 at Invesco Field, in Denver, an aerial camera will hover above the stadium turf, using a television technique normally applied at football games.
By Bruce Schwartz For the past two weeks, NBC was the only Games in town. But the next two weeks bring a game all the networks can play: politics. The Democrats gather today in Denver; the Republicans, next week in St. Paul.
By DAVID BAUDER By David Bauder The Associated Press NEW YORK As the red light switched off and her program went into a commercial, Laura Ingraham's face dissolved from a smile into a frown - then, a look of pure disgust.
- A volcanic mudflow.