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Jon Stewart Calls ‘Fox News Sunday’ Host Chris Wallace ‘Insane’

‘Daily Show’ host Jon Stewart got into a heated – but surprisingly civil – exchange of words with ‘Fox News Sunday’ host Chris Wallace over the weekend, in which the two debated everything from bias in the mainstream media to whether or not Stewart has a political agenda on his show.

The most buzz-worthy moment occurred when Wallace accused a ‘Daily Show’ segment of trying to make a political comment by comparing Sarah Palin’s bus tour commercial to an ad for genital herpes. To which Stewart said, “You really think that’s a political comment? … You’re insane. Here’s the difference between you and I. I’m a comedian first … I’m not an activist.”

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Alec Baldwin Is Mulling a Run for Mayor of New York

Before questionable Internet habits exposed the world to all of Anthony Weiner, the Congressman was considered the frontrunner in the upcoming 2013 New York City Mayoral race.

With Weiner's political future now very much in doubt, Alec Baldwin is letting it be known that he wouldn't mind running the nation's largest city.

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Laurence Fishburne Leaving ‘CSI’

And another one bites the dust.

Oscar-nominated actor Laurence Fishburne will not be returning to 'CSI' this fall, Deadline is reporting.

According to the report, Fishburne, who joined the show in 2008 as William Petersen's replacement, opted not to renew his contract, and will instead return to movies full-time. (His next movie, Steven Sodebrergh's 'Contagion,' hits theaters later this year.)

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Glenn Beck Announces ‘Glenn Beck TV’

Today on his syndicated show on Newstalk 870 KFLD, Glenn Beck announced the future of his television ventures, GBTV.

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Jim Lehrer Stepping Down From ‘NewsHour’ After 36 Years

Legendary news anchor Jim Lehrer announced Thursday that he is stepping down from his post as anchor of PBS' 'NewsHour' after an incredible 36-year run, the longest in network TV history.

The 76-year-old anchor, whose last day will be June 6, will continue to moderate the show's weekly news panel on Fridays, according to the Washington Post.

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Oprah to Interview Barack, Michelle Obama on April 27

When Oprah Winfrey said she'd end her 25th and final season with a bang, she meant it.

According to the LA Times, the daytime icon will interview President Barack Obama and his wife, First Lady Michelle, on April 27.

The interview will take place in Chicago, where Winfrey films her show, a White House official said today.

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Glenn Beck Leaving Daily Fox News Program [VIDEO]

Television personality Glenn Beck announced today that he will be ending his daily 5PM program on Fox News.

According to the NY Times, Fox News and Beck's company, Mercury Radio Arts, will "work together to develop and produce a variety of television projects for air on the Fox News Channel as well as content for other platforms including Fox News' digital properties."

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The Battle For the CPB-Felt in Washington?

Six new bills are being considered and debated in Washington D.C. over pulling or eliminating funding for the Corporation For Public Broadcasting, which includes National Public Radio, as Congress tries to cut spending.

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Obama’s State Of The Union Speech [VIDEO]

President Obama’s 2011 State of the Union (titled “Winning the Future”) focused heavily on all political parties working together and Obama announced his administration would move forward with health care reform, work on immigration law, build infrastructure to help us compete with advanced nations like China, and make a serious effort to reduce the national deficit, among other topics. If you missed the speech, check it out after the jump.

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The Haney Project Featuring Rush Limbaugh

Episode 3 of the Haney Project on the Golf Channel airs tonight on The Golf Channel at 6PM locally. It's pretty fun to see Rush Limbuagh out of his element and getting frustrated while wearing an "El Rushbo" Steelers jersey! For complete details on the Haney Project and to see clips from the show, visit TheGolfChannel.com

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