Arlene Bynon and John LeBoutillier explore why Donald Trump's mood has become "dark" and "sour" since the midterm elections.
Is it because Bob Mueller is now setting the agenda, and President Trump can only react? Is it because he now sees his own perilous legal and political future...
The politicians just don't understand that the people in this country have had enough of the same old, same old. They don't get it.
Government leaders across the land are missing the point about why Donald Trump is so popular with the folks. D...
It's been a good news-bad news kind of day for NBC viewers, as the same afternoon that saw 'Hannibal' renewed for a third season also gave birth to 'Community''s season 5 cancellation. Now, the peacock has thrown a few more logs on the fire, among them freshman comedy 'Growing Up Fisher,' sci-fi flop 'Believe,' and surprisingly, the two-season 'Revolution.'
We'd be hard pressed to say who had the most brutal of cancellations and fruitful pickups between the five major networks this weekend, but few would offer that NBC had any undeserved ends. Even so, the peacock has become the first among the five to set its major schedule, moving 'Revolution' and 'Parenthood' to new nights, scheduling Jonathan Rhys-Meyers 'Dracula' for fall and moving 'Community'
Holy cow! It's not even May and already NBC has taken drastic steps toward renewing five of its major drams, both new and old. Over the wire we've learned that 'Revolution,' 'Grimm,' 'Parenthood,' 'Law & Order: SVU' and 'Chicago Fire' have all received episode orders for the 2013-14 season, but will they offer full seasons? Find out what's coming back and whose fate hangs in the balance inside
In the wake of the terrible, ongoing events out of the Boston Marathon Monday, NBC opted to delay airing of its newest 'Revolution' episode "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia," both for extended news coverage and the episode's potentially sensitive involvement of a nuclear bomb. Now, NBC has announced the entire 'Revolution' schedule to shift back a week, putting the acclaimed NBC