From Matt Damon's newfound crush to Dick Clark's funky California home, here's what you missed today:
(1) Actor Matt Damon told The Atlantic that he would "kiss George W. Bush on the mouth for what he did on PEPFAR." Damon has been active on African humanitarian issues, and praised Bush's involvement in AIDS work in Africa, particularly the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. He playfully said the kiss would last "three seconds, no tongue."
(2) According to a new study, one in four working-age Americans went without health insurance for some point in 2011, as a result of unemployment and other job changes. The study by the Commonwealth Fund polled 2,100 people aged 19 to 64 and found that 26 percent of non-elderly adults went without insurance. Seven in 10 of those who lost insurance spent a year or more without coverage.
(3) A new Ron Paul video game will soon be released. "The Road to REVOLution" is "side-scrolling platformer action/adventure game. As a Ron Paul Revolution supporter, all you have to do is get through all 50 levels of the new Ron Paul Road to REVOLUtion video game and destroy the Federal Reserve.
(5) Photo of the Day: Dick Clark's Flintstone's House in Malibu, California