October 16, 2012
The former Wisconsin Governor claimed speaking to reporters in Milwaukee Tuesday night, his son was prompted by an audience to make remarks about sending President Obama back to Kenya. "If you look at the movie someone in the audience said and he repeated it" Thompson said. But the video, posted online Sunday evening, shows Thompson's son making the remark before an audience member chimed in. A spokesman for the Thompson campaign did not immediately return a request for comment.
A valiant effort by the congressman falls short.
How to complain about the international game's case of the blahs like a lifelong fan.
Tips for weathering massive online backlash, from four people who attract it for a living.
A-Rod gets $232,588 per hit. Mike Trout isn't so lucky.
Linda McMahon, running a highly controlled and closely guarded campaign, doesn't like dealing with the press. But with $65 million, she doesn't need to.
Weeks of debate prep still haven't cured him of his most potent weakness: his reverence for the rulebook. "The way the rules work here is I get 60 seconds..."
Republicans may smell blood from A123 Systems going belly up, but the firm has had bipartisan backing.
Make some room on the bottom of your travel Bucket List. Plus, scary facts no one tells you about Halloween and the best of Tina Fey and Amy Poehler together.
Some of them could even be called dinner.
And I don't mean Season Three spoilers. Well not JUST Season Three spoilers.
One is destroyed well before the other. Guess which one.
A scandal rocks the Evangelical conservative pundit circuit.
The green energy company, which received a $249 million government grant, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on Tuesday. In a 2010 speech in the Rose Garden, President Obama praised the company as "success story." Romney campaign spokesperson Andrea Saul called the bankruptcy "yet another failure for the President’s disastrous strategy of gambling away billions of taxpayer dollars on a strategy of government-led growth that simply does not work."
For as little as $50 an hour, regular people who aren't celebrities can hire stylists to clean out their closets, take them shopping, and make sure they wear Bad Outfits a lot less often.
The time: Tuesday. The place: San Jose. The company: Apple. The thing: a new, smaller iPad. BE THERE.
Unclear how Romney would close the deficit.
An exciting Bible seminar.
The people of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico woke up to a creepy surprise. Plus Facebook buttons that need not exist and Rainn Wilson's AMA.
Are you ready to experience the essence of pure flavor?
In this tech boom, all of the action is happening in San Francisco's most hipster of hoods. A pied-à-terre for Zuckerberg.
It smartly involves a cat.
Hillary Clinton took "responsibility" Monday night for the lack of U.S. security in Benghazi. In 2008, while announcing his national security team at a press conference, with Hillary Clinton standing next to him, President Obama said "the buck will stop with me."
The President heads into a similar format against Mitt Romney tonight at Hofstra University on Long Island.
Instead of throwing out old flannel shirts and scarves your sick of, cut, dye, sew, embellish and re-use them to keep your neck toasty this winter.
The Secretary of State took the fall for the lack of security in Benghazi Monday, but in 2008 told then Senator Obama the "buck stops in the Oval Office."
Clinton's old supporters thrive in an alternate online reality of their own making. Party Unity My Ass.
The Secretary of State commented to CNN that she was taking responsibility for the lack of security at the U.S. consulate in Benghazi before the attacks.