February 22, 2012
"Why wouldn't someone consider it an honor to be asked to run for the second highest office in the country?"
Everyone's a critic, even infants. From a campaign event in Chandler, Arizona earlier today.
Oh my, they're all so delightful! How do you pick just one?
New York's newest star has finally arrived now that he has a "Hey Girl" Tumblr of his own. Apparently the ladies love him.
2016? What about it? His dad is doing everything he can for Romney.
Not an Onion video. Because neither of these children's stories had anything to do with sharing and environmentalism before Hollywood ruined them.
You know, before that whole ear-biting ordeal. Plus, Alec Baldwin jokes with his daughter about voice messages, Jack Osbourne says goodbye to his dear old dog, and daily affirmations with RuPaul.
Sheikh Nasser al-Omar is reportedly a leader of the hardline clerics demanding that Hamza Kashgari be executed. Kashgari tweeted an imaginary conversation with the Prophet Mohammed, and his arrest is viewed as a test for Saudi Arabia.
Thanks to all of you great people for your willingness to fight for justice! Happy 56th birthday, Robert Mills! Enjoy your lobster!!!
Change your fate. Pixar is really nailing this campaign.
So she's funny and looks great naked? When is it appropriate to start calling her the redheaded version of Jennifer Aniston?
Romney has no choice but to take the gloves off in tonight's Republican debate in Arizona, and hit Rick Santorum hard. Here's a preview of what it might look like if Mitt goes on the offensive.
In his defense, he's been in a monogamous relationship with super model Anne Vyalitsyna for two years. Still, proceed with caution. Also, dolphins are people too and Disney is wringing their hands over John Carter. These and other Buzz we missed await your clicking pleasure.
Hypnotic and slightly ominous photos of an industrial condom facility. Safety never looked so spooky.
He's leaving himself room to run — but also producing some questions about a plan with little substance, Zeke Miller reports..
For a guy who generally plays the jerky-type who will steal your girlfriend in movies, these photos of Dermot Mulroney hanging out with penguins at Sea World are painfully cute.
The gaffe-resistant former Pennsylvania Senator couldn't avoid a dog's accident in 1990 while campaigning door to door. Unfortunately this incident came right before meeting a childhood hero of his.
Bob McDonnell wants to be Vice President. And this isn't a fight even staunchly anti-abortion Republicans want to have.
Can you blame the guy? The First Lady has quite the set of gams.
A Santorum spokesman, Hogan Gidley, said the former Pennsylvania Senator "has always been pro-life." But a 1990 article from The Pittsburgh Press, in which Santorum also describes himself as a "progressive conservative," says the then Congressional candidate originally took the position only opposing late term abortions. Santorum cited "a lot of education, a lot of soul-searching," for his shift in position.
Anthony Federico was fired last week after writing the headline "Chink In The Armor" to accompany the ESPN story of Jeremy Lin's first loss as a starter. Federico took to his Twitter account (and TwitLonger) today to apologize and tell his side of the story. It's pretty moving.
We expected this kind of behavior from Stephen Moyer and Anna Paquin. But Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez? Keep it in your pants, children! Now Paul Rudd and Jason Bateman, on the other hand...
She's channeling her inner Avatar. Or Smurf. Or maybe even Doug Funnie's best friend Skeeter? Either way, she looks damn good while doing it.
Meet Chandra Bahadur Dangi, the 72-year-old Nepalese man who will soon be named world's shortest at 22-inches. Here's a pictorial travelogue of the journey from his remote village to Kathmandu, where he will be measured by Guinness World Records to claim the title of World's Shortest Man. UPDATE: Guinness has made it official...Mr. Dangi is indeed The World's Shortest Man.
You may think that their new movie "Wanderlust" is just a comedy starring Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston that was shot on a hippie commune. You'd be totally wrong. The studio spent hundreds of millions of dollars on special effects. David and Ken explain where the money went.
Watch one of the most awkward moments we've seen in politics, delivered last night in Maricopa County, Arizona by the former Pennsylvania Senator. (We think, in context, he was referring to the fire in his gut.)
So this is pretty cool: after Tim Burgess, of the band The Charlatans, tweeted a joke about inventing a new cereal called "Totes Amazeballs," Kellog's made it and then sent the frontman a box of the cereal. Hold on a second: is Kellog's cereal cool again?
Artist Sam Spratt painted this equal parts terrifying and awesome interpretation of Allie Brosh’s "Clean All The Things" image.
Meet the pro-life Susan B. Anthony List's Roadshow.
The ladies of VH1's "Mob Wives" ought to take a lesson from this fantastic supercut by the good people at WORN Journal.
Last month Todd Glass came out of the closet on Marc Maron's podcast after doing comedy for 30 years. Last night he stopped by Jimmy Fallon and talked about the aftermath of that moment.
I'd say something about how much I'd love to watch this fictional show except that Adam Scott, Paul Rudd, Amy Poehler, Rashida Jones, and Katherine Hahn are all ACTUALLY starring on a show together right now. "Parks & Recreation" never ceases to exceed my expectations.
On today's "Ellen," Jennifer Aniston's boyfriend (also, hilarious comedic actor) Justin Theroux quite literally busted out his moves. We're pretty impressed.
It's unclear how old this kid is, but how can you argue with him? "I don't want to see no rookies from Minnesota dunking in it. I want to see you." (via The Basketball Jones)
WWE wrestler CM Punk is currently in the middle of Twitter feud with Chris Brown. Here's everything you need to know about it.
This is cringe inducing. First the way-too-long stare, followed by the fake ceiling stare, and finishing up with a cleavage-cover by the princess. And it's all caught on tape.
Jack Blankenship -- otherwise known as the "Alabama Face Guy" -- stopped by "Late Night With Jimmy Fallon" last night to talk about how he got the idea to blow his own face up onto a giant sign and wave it around at basketball games. As you might have expected: it all started as an inside joke.
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Happy 62nd birthday, NBA icon Julius Winfield Erving II. Before most of us were born, you made the greatest layup in pro basketball history.
As if you needed another reason to like Amanda Seyfried: she has a mini-horse, an owl named Beatrix, a chick named Linda, and some butterflies in her personal taxidermy collection. So Conan did what any gentleman would do: he gave her the show's stuffed raccoon wearing a jet pack. Amanda flipped out.
Who knew echinoderms could have so much attitude?
Rick Santorum Says Gay Marriage Is Like Marrying Your Brother Or Niece, Sexual Abuse Higher In Gay Families
Republican Presidential Rick Santorum isn't running away from his confrontational views on same-sex marriage, and there's no shortage of them. In a 2008 interview with radio host Mike Signorile, Santorum said same-sex marriage is similar to marrying your brother or niece and that sexual and physical abuse to children is higher in gay households (a statistic the American Psychological Association calls a "myth.")
One reason for his success: he's out-politicking the other candidates. "He's the hardest-working candidate I've ever worked for," says Biundo.
He launched what's now become a signature attack in 2008.
The former Pennsylvania Senator was a champion of creationism in the Senate.
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Hmmm, I wonder if an athlete has ever been on the SI cover twice in a row before?