Gen David Petraeus tells NBC's Brian Williams that if ordered by the president to get out of Iraq, he could: "Absolutely I firmly believe whoever it is that is elected in the fall will sit down and look at the various interests, try to figure out the competing risks, because there are risks beyond Iraq".
"Game of Shadows" co-author Lance Williams shares his thoughts on Barry Bonds' legal woes, the impact of steroids on sports and how Nancy Pelosi helped to keep him out of jail.
That's the premise of "Man of the Year," a movie starring Robin Williams as a Jon Stewart-type who successfully runs for the Oval Office. The trailer makes it look kind of cheesy and predictable, but, as a cultural moment, it's interesting: the hunger for a truth-teller of fake news to lead the country.
"The Daily Show" host asked the NBC newsman, just back from Lebanon, whether anything there seemed manufactured for show. Williams' story about Hezbollah rockets put that to rest. The two also sparred over CBS' Katie Couric, who will soon be nipping at Williams' heels.
After conservative pundit William Kristol argued that Bush's ?coddling? of Iran had ?invited? the latest outbreak of violence, and that the United States should join in the new fighting, Juan Williams pegged Kristol for what he is: a warmonger. Kristol's stunned expression is priceless.