At a U.N. meeting on gender equality, actress Geena Davis points out gender disparities in the media.
As an actress, Geena Davis played the first female president on TV and a baseball player in a popular movie, but as a media consumer she concluded long ago that there was something wrong in the way women were portrayed.
The Emmy Awards academy was hoping to mix things up this year.
It was a U.S. President -- Franklin Delano Roosevelt -- who campaigned on the slogan "Don't change horses in the middle of the stream."
Conservative conspiracy theorists speculate that the hit ABC drama Commander in Chief -- starring Geena Davis as President -- doubles as a campaign ad for Hillary Rodham Clinton.
A quick glance at the 31 new fall offerings from the six major networks might have you wondering if a lot of TV execs copied from each other's notes during development season.
In 1982, I was a little behind the curve. When a group of friends and I went to see "E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial," it was the second time many of them had seen the movie, but it was my first.