Don’t expect filmmaker Oliver Stone to create a biopic about the nation’s 44th president the way he did about it’s 43rd. The man behind “W.” told AXS-TV’s Dan Rather that he doesn’t think a movie about President Barack Obama would be “interesting enough to film.”
Americans still think there’s more to learn about Benghazi – and want Congress to keep searching for the truth
Americans across the political spectrum aren’t entirely convinced that the truth about the Sept. 11, 2012 terrorist attack on the U.S. Embassy in Benghazi, Libya has been fully uncovered, and think Congress should continue investigating the matter to find out whether the White House acted improperly during its handling of the attack, a Fox News poll released Friday reported.
Jimmy Fallon saved the best for last during his inaugural week as host of the storied “Tonight Show,” bringing on his ‘brother from another mother’ Justin Timberlake to help deliver the latest, much-anticipated installment of their “History of Rap” series Friday night.
The Obama administration has found a new mouthpiece to raise awareness about the Affordable Care Act, a carefully placed article on Cosmopolitan.com, the online presence of the popular Cosmopolitan magazine, proved. And the women’s magazine is promoting the law by reminding young ladies they can get free birth control under Obamacare.
The White House hasn’t said much this week to celebrate the five year anniversary of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, and it is no wonder. While some projects weren’t exactly “shovel ready,” two dog parks in tony Washington, D.C. neighborhoods were deemed pooper-scooper ready, a violation of President Obama’s promise in March 2009 to do “everything in our power” to prevent stimulus money from going to dog parks.
A bevy of prominent Republicans — and several 2016 presidential hopefuls — have spoken out against Ted Nugent calling President Barack Obama a “subhuman mongrel,” prompting the rocker-turned-Second-Amendment-activist to apologize.
No, Russian President Vladimir Putin didn’t let his wolf out of its cage to roam the halls of Olympic athletes’ dorms. But late-night funnyman Jimmy Kimmel sure did … well, sort of.
Two former Republican presidential candidates – Arizona Sen. John McCain and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann - aren’t on the same page when it comes to whether America is ready for a female president in 2016.