PUT OPRAH IN THE OVAL OFFICE, PLEASE.
For everyone who’s thought about meditation but never actually gotten around to trying it.
Yes, a portion is going to charity.
Maybe you’re an Oprah, maybe you’re a Ricki Lake. There’s only one way to find out.
The multi-part show documenting the former Missouri defensive end’s journey to make the St. Louis Rams roster has been called off for now.
Plus the scientific reason for “old-person smell,” a brief history of exploding whales, and pro tips for your skin and metabolism.
Here are 11 sets of famous people that really just look so different.
Oprah, along with David Geffen and Larry Ellison, has expressed interest in buying the Los Angeles Clippers. We think she should do it.
Seth Rogen, Bill Hader, Hannibal Buress and more answer important questions like what they would say to Oprah if they got the chance to talk to her.
Sydney-based fashion illustrator Aaron Favaloro is taking on the A-listers, one fun drawing at a time.
“I totally Oprah’d at the bar last night!”
Lindsay finished its run last night, possibly for good. Here are all the moments you missed — or maybe need to see again.
She offered the information with little explanation in the final few minutes of her show.
Awwww. We’re crying, too.
Not like it’s a big deal or anything to have OPRAH IN YOUR PHONEBOOK.
From Amy Poehler and Tina Fey to Sir Ian McKellan and Sir Patrick Stewart, there are so many famous BFFs dying to hang out with you.
Celebrity (noun): A regular person with lots of money and lots of attention.
Plus Oprah tries to reform LiLo, MMA is headed toward using real-life “RoboCop” suits, and 10 models who’ve failed beautifully at acting.
This surely is the definition of must-see TV. Thank you, Oprah.
These looks are 10 years old and are still super chic today.
Plus a handy pronunciation guide for global beers, 7 rescued pieces of artwork that inspired The Monuments Men, and how Olympians mentally survive their superhuman training.
A look back at some fashion moments that should probably remain in the ’80s and ’90s.
YOU GET AN UPVOTE, AND YOU GET AN UPVOTE, EVERYBODY GETS AN UPVOTE!
The man who once played Screech says “it wasn’t worth what the fallout was” and that it wasn’t even his body in the video.
Twenty years ago, Marianne Williamson wrote the first book to be endorsed by Oprah; today, she’s running for Congress. Here’s a look at how a New Age guru opposed to money’s influence in politics plans to raise $2 million for a campaign.