Jane Pauley to Take Over CBS Sunday Morning

Jane Pauley, a former Today Show host who currently works with CBS, will take over as the new host of CBS Sunday Morning. Charles Osgood, who has hosted since 1994, officially retired from the show on Sunday. He also announced Pauley as his replacement during his final program. Pauley joined […]



PBS Wins Big with News and Documentary Emmys

PBS won fourteen awards at the 37th annual News and Documentary Emmy Awards which were held Wednesday night. Seven of the awards were won by Frontline. If Frontline was its own network, it would be tied for first with CBS and PBS. ABC News and CNN were behind CBS with […]

Four World Leaders Call for Reforming the Security Council

Editor’s Note: The headline has been updated. Earlier Wednesday, President Jacob Zuma of South Africa, Prime Minister John Key of New Zealand, Prime Minister Shinzō Abe of Japan, and Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Naif Bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia all called for a reform of the United Nations Security […]


The Sunlight Foundation Dims

The Sunlight Foundation announced on Tuesday that it is laying off five members of its staff and exploring possible merger opportunities. The decision came as the group failed to find a new director after a months long search. The group is “now exploring potential alliances, mergers or arrangements with similar […]

UN Secretary-General Race Heats Up

The race for UN Secretary-General seems to be undergoing a few surprising changes, a new straw poll finds. Former Portuguese Prime Minister António Guterres continues to have a steady lead, but received three “discourage” votes in this straw poll, one more than the last poll. Slovak Foreign Minister Miroslav Lajcak made a […]