By HENRY C. JACKSON and KEVIN FREKINGAssociated Press
WASHINGTON (AP) - Missouri Rep. Todd Akin raised about $1.6 million for his Senate bid in the months after Republican Party officials sought to distance themselves from his comments on "legitimate rape," according to his filings with the
By The Associated Press
ENDANGERED SERIES: The website TV By the Numbers is making sport out of predicting which television series will survive or disappear.
HOW IT WORKS: The Renew/Cancel Index is a feature in which all the broadcast networks' shows are given ratings from one (certain to
By ALAN FRAM and BRIAN BAKSTAssociated Press
RAMSEY, Minn. (AP) - Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann's tendency to cause a ruckus on Capitol Hill made her a tea party sensation. Her bulging campaign treasury and conservative district make her a clear favorite to win a fourth House term on
By BETH FOUHY and JACK GILLUMAssociated Press
NEW YORK (AP) - Independent groups working to elect Republican Mitt Romney have helped him match or even exceed President Barack Obama's TV ad spending in dozens of media markets in battleground states. But the spending disparity doesn't
By DAVID A. LIEBAssociated Press
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) - A pro-Democratic group is mailing talking brochures to Missouri homes with an audio clip of Republican Senate candidate Todd Akin using the phrase "legitimate rape."
The group American Bridge 21st Century said the talking campaign
By PETER SVENSSONAP Technology Writer
NEW YORK (AP) - Verizon's Share Everything plan looks like it's good for the company's shares.
The parent of the nation's largest cellphone company on Thursday reported a blowout number of new devices on its network, boosted by the
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Sony Corp. is revamping its PlayStation Store as it prepares a common storefront across devices from its game console to its Web-connected TVs, Blu-ray players and phones.
The rollout began for PlayStation 3 users in Europe on Wednesday and will continue in the U.S., Canada,
By TV Guide News,
Viewers are watching more TV now than ever — just not how they used to, according to the 2,306 participants of a new research study from TVGuide.com. Here are three viewing trends that are changing TV forever:1. On demand and streaming are increasingly driving discovery.