“We’re excited to welcome Arsenio back to the family and partnering on his new, late-night syndicated talk show,” CBSTVD president John Nogawski said in announcing the news Monday. “Arsenio had a substantial following with his previous late-night show, and that same 18-34 audience is now right in the middle of the late-night core audience of 35-54. READ MORE
When people think of comics, and by extension graphic novels, they think of men in tights swinging from buildings on homemade webs. Superhero comics are included on the list, but so are works of historical fiction and magical realism on par with the novels of Madison Smart Bell and Gloria Naylor. The authors and artists below cover the epic of the Diaspora in Africa, the Caribbean and the United States in inventive and imaginative ways. READ MORE
The network announced the addition of its newest host on Monday. The move gives Behar, who ended her HLN program last November and continues to co-host “The View,” a new home for her solo show. READ MORE
Richard Waters, The Financial Times San Francisco bureau chief, and Scott Stein, CNET.com senior editor, discuss the growing battle in the tablet wars and whether Apple’s iPad is in trouble. WATCH VIDEO
Many religious parents use the line, “spare the rod, spoil the child” to defend corporal punishment. That rationale was put in the spotlight when televangelist Creflo Dollar was arrested for allegedly assaulting his daughter. Host Michel Martin asks three prominent faith leaders — and dads — whether the saying still rings true in churches.
Joining us to help unpack this, Elder Harold Bennett is the president and dean of the Charles H. Mason Theological Seminary in Atlanta, Georgia. Pastor Rudy Rasmus is with us. He’s senior pastor of St. John’s Downtown Church in Houston, Texas. And from Los Angeles, Reverend Nirvana Gayle, senior minister at Guidance Church in Los Angeles, California. READ MORE + LISTEN