Rough day/month/five years for the president.
Rough day/month/five years for the president.
A collection of chyrons from the new Fox News Deck’s coverage of the president’s hour-long press conference regarding the government shutdown.
The group is promoting This Is Us, and it was hard to pick just 17.
Obama had fun at the mics Friday.
Medea Benjamin interrupted President Obama’s speech on drones Thursday afternoon. This is not the first time she’s done something like this.
Today’s press conference is the most important sale of Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer’s career. Her company’s future depends on convincing Tumblr’s users to believe in her vision.
President tells reporters he can still do stuff. Except when he can’t.
“America should be proud.”
In addition to being a Wolverine-esque Superguy, injured Louisville guard Kevin Ware seems like a pretty swell bro as well.
“If the House and the Senate want to give me the authority, so that they don’t have to take these tough votes; if they want to put the responsibility on me to raise the debt ceiling, I’m happy to take it.”
In a hastily-called press conference in California this evening, Romney said that controversial remarks weren’t elegant, but they reflect his view.
The attorneys have withdrawn their counsel and Zimmerman is talking exclusively to Sean Hannity instead, as you do.
“I take questions from the media every day.” Romney’s media lockdown becomes an issue.
Thank you, governor. UPDATE : Seems he was joking.
You know you were thinking it. Foxy Knoxy vs. Racy Casey…which accused murderess would you rather pervert the justice system with? Take our poll at the bottom and settle the raging debate! These are the kinds of arguments they have in hell.
After his third round victory over David Nalbandian at the U.S. Open, Rafael Nadal experienced an intense cramp and collapsed to the floor during a post-match interview. He’s OK now, though. (via.) Watch Video ›
Apparently God believes Nafissatou Diallo. Towards the end of the clip, pay attention to the woman in the striped shirt who’s closest to the camera. Her expression of mild panic and perturbed confusion basically sums up all of New York today. (via slicemagazine.org) View Media ›
During a press conference for his new film Red State at Comic-Con 2011, Kevin Smith tells the true story about the time at Sundance he told Harvey Weinstein to “shut the f**k up.” (via Gotcha Media) Watch Video ›
At E3 today, Nintendo unveiled its follow up to the Wii, the Wii U. On top of offering souped-up HD graphics that are expected to be on par with or surpass the Playstation 3, the new home console system offers a radical reinvention of the standard video game controller. The Wii U boasts a tablet with a 6.2 inch touch screen that can act as a second screen in addition to your television. This promo video show off the controller’s many features, including video chat and web browsing. Also in the mix is a peek at the brand new, unnamed Zelda game for Wii U. Watch Video ›
At a New York press conference, Rep. Anthony Weiner admitted to sending a lewd photo to a woman who wasn’t his wife, then lying that he was the victim of hackers when the photo became public. Weiner also confessed to exchanging sexual photos and e-mails with 6 other women in recent years, some of whom while he was married. He said he has no intention of resigning from Congress. Watch Video ›
Aka, “Crazy Brazilian Guy.” He was recently arrested in Cerro Azul, Paraná, Brazil for killing his mother following a credit card dispute. The hostile interview he gave while in handcuffs has become an internet sensação (that’s Portuguese for “sensation,” y’all). View Image ›
Emilio Eduardo da Rocha Deveza, arrested in Brazil for killing his mother, holds a press conference to unveil your new nightmare. What’s Portuguese for, “Hide your kids, hide your wife”? Watch Video ›
Barack Obama shows Ed Henry who’s President. You can actually hear the press corps “oooh”ing after Obama delivers the money line (“It took us a couple of days because I like to know what I’m talking about before I speak.”) Step back, CNN. Watch Video ›
The Israeli Consulate in New York has a Twitter account aiming to open Israel up to questions. They are holding a press conference right now through 3pm, where anyone can ask about the ongoing Gaza conflict, along with any other “Ask Israel” questions you’ve got. Read More ›
Rod Blagojevich wants you to know that he will fight (he will fight, he will fight). Also, he’s lonely. I keep waiting for him to look at the screen and yell “Live From New York, It’s Saturday Night!” He is too ridiculous to be real. Watch Video ›
Well, that didn’t take long. Here’s a collection of some of the animated gifs that are being made of Bush getting beaned by stuff in the aftermath of yesterday’s shoe-throwing incident. If you’re feeling extra fancy, you can send us your own and we’ll add it to the collection. Read More ›
Obama addressed the media for the first time today as President-Elect. Skip to around 15:30 if you’re only interested in news about the puppy. Watch Video ›