CNN's Anderson Cooper was in for an unwelcome surprise during his “Ridiculist” segment, when he discovered that his staff had filled his teleprompter with complaints about a basil-scented candle he burns in his office.
Drumming whiz Mick Fleetwood has confessed to urinating on the Clintons' lawn during a White House concert in a newly released autobiography.
Stephen Colbert spent some time Tuesday night making fun of all the media outrage over Obama’s gum-chewing and head-tilting in China.
According to a White House official, Rihanna spoke to the Obama aides about "a few issues that are critical to our agenda for expanding opportunity, including the My Brother’s Keeper Initiative."
Now it seems the Obamas are tight-lipped even about their eating habits.
November 4 may have come and gone, but election season continues.
Sen. Rand Paul penned an op-ed in the Daily Beast Monday condemning President Obama’s strikes against ISIS as “illegal” and calling for lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to demand congressional authorization for war.
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Teleprompter and Kim Kardashian expert Rev. Al Sharpton is not that great at paying his bills, as a New York Times report details.
Facebook has been dubbed by politicos like BuzzFeed’s Ben Smith as the soon-to-be “place where American elections are fought and won.”
The Department of Justice plans to prioritize its long-standing need to reduce the federal prison population, according to a recent department memo. Federal prisons are currently at 33 percent overcapacity, which is considered a security concern.
The Rev. Jesse Jackson is lobbying the Federal Communications Commission to ignore Obama’s advice on how to implement net neutrality.