Several women’s mags on hit list.
Five years after her landmark ABC comedy left the air, Roseanne is returning to the network -- but not the way you'd expect.
For the second time this month, Time Inc. has shut down a money-losing magazine. Sports Illustrated Women, published 10 times a year, ceased publication yesterday.
If "The West Wing" were the real White House, glum-faced presidential operatives would be obsessing over worrisome poll numbers.
At issue is whether pharmacies improperly sent letters to customers with promotional information paid for by drug companies.
Fox will chase World Series viewers with two surprising California teams and a manic monkey, but history casts doubt on the odds of TV ratings glory when the rest of the country is left out.
America Online said on Tuesday it will sell no more "pop-up" advertising to outside companies, bowing to feedback from its subscribers.
A 17-year-old runaway and her mother were face-to-face on national television, with talk show host Dr. Phil McGraw urging honest communication to heal their rift.
Four anchors selected.
Rivals America Online and Microsoft Corp.'s MSN have entered the ring again -- this time with dueling launches of their new Internet services planned for within about a week of each other.