For the first time in its history, "60 Minutes" interviewed a serial killer on last night's program.
Mark Sanford and Elizabeth Colbert Busch will square off in their one and only debate tonight in Charleston. It will air live on C-SPAN at 7 p.m.
/Film has a bit about Jon Favreau's upcoming project, Chef, which the blog notes is a decided departure from his big-budget blockbusters of late.
A June 2014 release date has been set for "21 Jump Street 2."
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The New York Times' Ben Sisario had a piece yesterday on the controversial relationship between pop singers Rihanna and Chris Brown.
Sisario also broke the news that the two surviving Beastie Boys has signed a book deal with Random House to write a memoir. That will be one fascinating read.
According to Rolling Stone, John Mayer did quite well at New Orleans' Jazz Fest this week, one of his first performances since having to cancel an entire tour because of a recurring vocal chord issue.
Kanye West and Vampire Weekend have been booked to play "Saturday Night Live" next month.
How much has Washington embraced Netflix's political drama "House of Cards?" A spoof of the Kevin Spacey-led show led Saturday night's White House Correspondents Dinner.
A 20-foot tall dinosaur made entirely of balloons.
The long-awaited Vampire Weekend show at the Roseland Ballroom directed by actor Steve Buscemi happened this weekend.
The Los Angeles Times' Jonathan Gold wonders if the FDA is considering lifting its ban on imported Italian cured meats.
The New York Times is reporting that venture capitalists are making big bets on food start-ups.
A recipe for fried soft shell crabs benedict.
Word to the wise, kids, if you get bitten by a snake, don't assume it's harmless.
Lifehacker has a list of 10 annoying apps we're stuck with.
Missouri state senator proposed an amendment to an education bill that would have banned anyone over the age of 8 from wearing searsucker suits. He later withdrew the amendment after realizing it was a gigantic waste of everyone's time.
The Atlantic is disappointed in this season of "Mad Men."
President Barack Obama (or his writers) killed at the White House Correspondents Dinner.
Comedian and podcast host Marc Maron will appear today on NPR's Fresh Air. Really looking forward to that.