January 1, 2013
Retiring congressman Steve LaTourette takes a dig at his high school classmate, and fellow Republican, Darrell Issa while Wolf Blitzer plays things cool. "I didn't see him a lot in class."
Speaker John Boehner puts down a conservative rebellion. An almost unheard of moment in the House: Republicans will rely on Democrats to make a deal.
Burlesque performers taught me that sometimes it's okay to hate your body too.
If you were home watching CNN's New Year's Eve coverage with Anderson Cooper and Kathy Griffin last night (like myself) you'd have seen the moment when Psy and M.C. Hammer surprised the two resulting in this very awkward conversation. Also, Kathy and Anderson need a show together.
So we're all setting this promo image for the Golden Globes as our new computer backgrounds, right?
They professed their love for each other on twitter. Who knew?
It's 2013 and I'm hopelessly in love. With this blooper reel from season two of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
These days it's perfectly acceptable to judge food by its label. Because if the company cares enough about design, they likely care just as much about the product inside.
The list of guys you shouldn't be dating is long. Here are just a few.
Kim Kardashian was contractually obligated to host a party last night and now we all know she's not really sporting a baby bump yet.
After Kanye West announced that he and Kim are having a baby, the Twitterverse lit up with celebrity reactions
It all went down at the Playboy Mansion last night. (Crystal is the one who left Hugh just five days before they were supposed to get married last year.)
Thought clothespins were an obsolete relic of the past? Think again.
"Gangnam Style" is almost over. Psy, the 35-year-old South Korean rapper behind 2012's inescapably catchy ear-worm and international dance craze told MTV News that his performance "Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve" might mark the "ending" of…
After the death of two gang rape victims. Many are calling for mandatory death penalty for all rapists. There is also a gun control debate in India.India has
Current TV's John Fugelsang and comedian Frank Conniff look back at the year that was — in record time — in this Current Web exclusive video. Fugelsang and Conniff offer up their list of 2012's most memorable events, from the 2012 election to Tim…
Here's the White House's spin on the deal to resolve the fiscal cliff, which has support of Congressional leaders, but opposition from both liberal and conservative wings. Also: Saved America from higher milk prices.
Florida sisters Charlotte Eisgrou and Ann Primack celebrated their 103rd birthday last week as the oldest living pair of identical twins.
We asked (almost) everyone in Philly who didn't predict the Eagles would make the playoffs this year what to expect come 2013 (not including the Eagles probably making the playoffs).
Because your horoscope told you that “you should be open to new experiences” and “something vague that could apply to anyone will happen to you”, you should listen to these predictions for SF’s 2013 scene from food & bev titans who have a little…
We were going to ask the Mayans or John Cusack about their predictions for Miami's food and drink scene in 2013, but instead went with the slightly more-reliable minds of 305's best food and drink people. Enjoy the removal of hipsters and the…
Turns out Nostradamus knew very little about barrel-aged cocktails, so instead, we asked some of The District's most soothsayful food & drinkers to predict the year 2013 in edible trends.
Is your New Year's resolution to be on time more often? Well instead of not reading handsome e-newsletters before running out the door, just start reading them a little earlier, which'll be easier done with one of the top five wrist clocks we…
NEWTOWN, Conn., Dec. 31 (UPI) -- The father of Adam Lanza, who killed 26 people at an elementary school and his mother in Newtown, Conn., Dec. 14, has claimed his body, a family spokesman says.
The first Monday after the final games of the NFL regular season is known as Black Monday for a reason. Five general managers also lost their jobs.