April 30, 2013
In the final days of the special election he hopes will return him to Congress, Sanford gets trolled by Larry Flynt and AshleyMadison.com. Democrats are having fun watching, but are not going to turn the "endorsements" into ads.
Here's what happened today in the celeb twitterverse!
It will test your spelling and your vision and your sanity.
Charging $15 to message a celebrity hurts the people we care about most: celebrities.
Cashiers will check customers' IDs.
PLEASE SEND HELP.
The Democratic powerhouse is in New York City Thursday for Off the Sideline's kick-off funder. Gillibrand wants to double her 2012 haul for women candidates.
MySpace became irrelevant practically overnight. What would happen to the media if Facebook did the same? Call it the Facebook Contingency.
Ward said he would support an athlete if he did come out, though.
The statistics have spoken — these schools combine the highest intellectual standards with the hottest scholars. Brag accordingly.
May become a special envoy to the Great Lakes region of Africa.
Welcome to Diet-Coke-Aholics Anonymous.
Let us count the ways.
Treat yoself and watch this because Retta is hilarious.
"It's not clear to me" military intervention would fix Syria's problems, Dempsey says.
Entering the ~Real World~ is terrifying. Here are some material objects to at least make it look like you have your life together.
China's one-child policy has created tens of thousands of parents who have lost their only child. A growing population of "shidu" parents meet one another online to find solace and demand better state welfare.
President tells reporters he can still do stuff. Except when he can’t.
Less gratuitous skin, more stuffed animal sidekicks. Artist Alex Law started this project to chronicle the amazing costume kids create to give homage to their favorite superheroes.
Two is company, and three is a war. The new Trinity War story line pits the World's Greatest Heroes against one another.
Michael, Franklin, and Trevor are here to make your acquaintance.
Whatever you do, don't look down.
And, for reference, celebrities who are the same age. You will never look at any of them the same way again.
"America should be proud."
“They’re worried about their politics. It’s tough. Their base thinks compromise with me is somehow a betrayal. They’re worried about primaries," Obama says of Republicans.
There's no wrong way to consume the nectar of the gods.
The president won't specify which options are actually on the table after evidence of chemical weapons by Assad's regime. "I've got to make sure I have the facts."
You too can some day be vice president!
Capes, masks, and cake: what could go wrong? For your little superhero or heroine...or the grown-up superhero in you.
Collins' Sports Illustrated cowriter followed up with a piece on what the first openly gay male NBA player's monumental Monday was like.
Both he and Hillary Clinton have memoirs set for release next year. A "full and frank look" at the New York governor's "public and private life," says HarperCollins.
He did, however, win a stuffed banana wearing dreadlocks.
The T-1000 of midsize sedans.
With a grocery list and a game plan.
Sometimes a simple, inexpensive toy can keep 'em occupied for way longer than anything from Toys R Us.
You can make MINI CHEESECAKES.
After a tense standoff with his former allies on Monday, Omar Hammami is tweeting again. A fatwa may have saved him.
Kinky Boots, the musical scored by Cyndi Lauper, leads with 13 nominations, followed by Matilda The Musical with 12.
It just might be.
In 2007, Republicans waged culture war on undocumented immigrants — and they've been paying for it at the ballot box ever since. Back in the bunker.
NASA's Cassini spacecraft has provided scientists the first close-up images of a hurricane swirling around Saturn's north pole. The hurricane's eye is about 1,250 miles wide, NASA says.
A painful lesson in the art of copy/paste "Emoticons. Format."
Olive oil? Sure, why not. But.. leeches?
Elizabeth Colbert Busch seeks to distance herself from national Democrats "It’s cutting into Medicare benefits and it’s having companies lay off their employees because they are worried about the cost of it," she said at a debate.
Democrat Elizabeth Colbert Busch brought up former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford's extra-marital affair during a debate. Sanford says he couldn't hear her.
Yeah, the historic moment of the first active male professional athlete coming out of the closet isn't compelling at all. You're totally right, Francesa.