The comedienne and "Fashion Police" host responded to the WGAE president's statements on Thursday
The host says she won't write for the show while the writers are out . The union had charged her with violating its bylaws and...
Nearly 90% of writers -- more than half of whom wrote feature films - say they'll be looking for TV work, according to WGAE ...
Company specializing in non-fiction fare says impounded votes are part of the process
Host faces possible expulsion if WGA determines she did the work of 9 striking writers
The WGA East said its council has voted to file internal charges over her role on show
"Mad Men" is newest show in WGA's top 10; "Twilight Zone" is the oldest
Concurrent ceremonies will be held in Los Angeles and New York
Writers Guild East members will receive a 20% discount on Black List subscriptions and the union will get its word out to emerging writers
Once among the highest-profile of Hollywood's labor battles, the guilds have largely taken their fight underground to unionize workers in reality TV
Writers Guild of America East reaches first-ever agreements for writer-producers at reality and documentary producers Lion Television and Octomen Productions in New York
WGAW and WGAE will host simultaneous ceremonies in New York and Los Angeles
New contract affects about 250 news employees in New York, D.C.
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" author to receive Evelyn F. Burkey Award
Organization lobbies for more spending on public broadcasting.