You guessed it. Jon Voight. (It's Clint Eastwood, but Twitter missed the news).
American politics now.
OK, it's almost entirely Jon Voight.
One hurricane can mean so many things to so many people. Especially when it's heading straight through day one of the RNC.
SEIU and its partners are "on track" to help produce 12 million Hispanic votes in November, an official says.
According to Bashar Al-Assad's meticulously updated Facebook page, his country doing just fine. Never mind the civil war.
While the Egyptian revolution told its story on Twitter, these 32 images — horrifying, exhilarating, intensely personal and sometimes beautiful — chronicle the bloodiest conflict of the Arab Spring. [UPDATED]
The seminal American writer and cultural figure Gore Vidal passed away earlier today. Among his less notable achievements, he shared part of a name with Al Gore. And Vidal Sasson. Whether mourners are trolls or totally serious, these tweets have lead to a lot of confusion.
The Australian police just busted a shipment of half a billion dollars worth of crystal methamphetamine and heroin off the coast of Thailand. The drug bust is the third largest heroin bust in Australian history and the largest ever crystal meth haul.
Videos and tweets seem to show the opposition forces overtaking Assad's forces in the city.
The popular Cairo tabloid Misr-el-Gadida posted this shocking headline in an article published yesterday. It's not subtle.
It's been called the "East River Monster." But they're not sure if it's a giant rat, a dog, or a pig, so you're pretty sure it's the most disgusting thing ever.
Even when eating, Romney is a supply-sider.
A year ago, Amy Winehouse passed away in a tragic end to a long struggle with addiction and fame. But beneath Amy Winehouse's career plagued by addiction and crazed by the scrutiny of fame, was a richer, even more soulful songbook that not only displays her genius, but also a deep tenderness. Listen to this sad, wonderful playlist to remember her career that ended too early a year ago today.
Romney plays to Israeli dislike of Obama, but the Arabs aren't much fonder.
Maybe now you'll think twice about venturing into this raccoon-filled world.
Damascus is one of the world's oldest cities, as well as the capital of Syria. This afternoon rebels could be seen chanting "God is the Greatest" in unison as artillery exploded throughout the city.
It's not all chauffeurs and pearls. "Second to none" when it comes to inequality, says State Rep. Schneiderman.
A '60s radical on the verge of joining the 113th Congress.