Let's face it; it is never too early for us political junkies to start fantasizing about the next election.
The murder of Mark Carson is the fourth hate crime in less than two weeks in New York City, as its LGBT community readies for the 2013 Gay Pride parade.
Overall, the Department of Education has made $120 billion in profit from student debt loans over the last 5 years.
Gay marriage is legal in Minnesota. Eat it, Michelle Bachmann!
A record 7 in 10 (69%) Hispanic high school graduates in the class of 2012 enrolled in college that fall.
As Minnesota votes on a marriage equality bill that would make it the 12th state to enact same-sex marriage in the United States, BuzzFeed posted this brilliant GIF.
All Americans have the following five obligations, whether we remember it or not.
Aba Atlas, a Canadian-Ethiopian millennial, sacrificed something not many of us would be willing to give up.
Former New Mexico Governor Bill Richardson, a Democrat, said that Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) should not be defined as 'Hispanic.' Do Democrats really think they own Latinos?
Using an "outdoor lenticular," based on the average height of both adults and children, this innovative anti child abuse campaign is two ads in one.
'HuffPo' posted this Russian dash cam compilation full of 'good people' helping others. Who said only mean videos went viral?
As Washington debates how to fix our "broken" immigration system, let's look at the five ways immigrants become American citizens under current immigration laws.
In order to become a citizen, I had to take an American history and civics test. I was shocked to learn that some of my American-born friends didn't know some of the answers.
Hate group Westboro Baptist Church set to protest NBA Jason Collins' coming out, and these amazing LGBT rights supporters rightfully photobombed them.
Black Liberation Army's Shakur escaped from prison in 1979 with the help of her brother (and the late rapper Tupac's stepfather) Mutulu Shakur. The FBI placed a $2 million bounty on her.
American Airlines announced "computer problems" that are causing delays of most of its flights. AA had canceled seven flights and was experiencing delays on more than 50 others as of midday.
Worldwide leaders are reacting to Monday's horrific Boston Marathon twin bombing, which left three dead and 150 injured.
Nicolas Maduro, Hugo Chavez's successor, claimed a narrow victory in Sunday's Venezuelan elections, but opponent Henrique Capriles refuses to concede just yet.
Thousands of supporters of Venezuelan opposition candidate Henrique Capriles took to the streets of Caracas decrying fraud after Sunday's election.
Nice try PSY. But is it good enough to break the "one hit wonder" curse? Maybe 'Gangnam Style' is too much of a tough act to follow.
"In Solidarity With 11 Million," is taking a page from gay marriage supporters to promote a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented immigrants who live in the U.S.
The National Football League came out in support of an eventual openly gay player by saying it's training its security team to deal with any threats, including on social media.
Brad Paisley and L.L. Cool J. have partnered in a bizarre musical experiment that involves Confederate flags and chains. Wait what?
Margaret Thatcher, the first and only female prime minister of the UK, has passed away. Though she was known as the "Iron Lady," these 13 photos show her other side.
The viral online video meme, inspired in the 1980s dance, reached 1 billion hits in just 40 days; boy that escalated quickly.
Chris Brown sat with NBC's Today Matt Lauer on Tuesday to promote his new album X, and single 'Fine China.'
Former, and disgraced, South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford wants to clinch the Republican nomination Tuesday for the right to take on Democrat Elizabeth Colbert in a May 7 special election.
"Its official. Pregnant...," the 26-year-old star of 'Mean Girls' tweeted early Tuesday morning.
According to leaked information, the social network would unveil its first Facebook-branded mobile phone as soon as April 4.
The reality television star was found dead in a vehicle in West Virginia on Monday.
Jessica Sanchez performed the 'Star Spangled Banner,' next to President Obama, during the 2013 White House Easter Egg Roll.
In the latest attempt to re-write the legacy of Venezuela's late authoritarian leader Hugo Chavez, the South American country's state television made this 'cute' animated video.
Seriosuly, this thing is way better than the 'Harlem Shake' and, what was the other one called? Oh yeah, 'Gangnam Style.'
According to the Japanese 'MacFan' magazine, Apple will unveil iPhone 5S at a press event on June 20. The device will be officially release a few weeks later in July.
State's Attorney Stephen J. Sedensky III says that three Samurai swords, an NRA certificate and a holiday card from his mom containing a check to buy a firearm, were found in Lanza's home.
The prosecution is not ready to accept the deal that would allow Holmes to live in prison for the rest of his life.
The Supreme Court will continue to hear on Wednesday arguments for and against gay marriage when it convenes to discuss the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act.
The Supreme Court started on Tuesday to hear oral arguments for and against Proposition 8 and DOMA. Read the full transcript and listen to the audio of the first day of hearings.
Elon Musk's SpaceX expects its unmanned Dragon cargo capsule to hit the Pacific off the coast of Baja California at around 12:36 p.m. (EDT). Watch live.
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President Barack Obama arrived in Israel Wednesday for his first visit to this country as a sitting president. Watch his joint press conference with Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu as it unfolds
TJ Lane was sentenced to life in prison for the murders of Chardon High students Daniel Parmertor (16), Demetrius Hewlin (16) and Russell King Jr. (17) last February.
Selena Gomez, Justin Bieber's ex-girlfriend, stopped by 'The Late Show With David Letterman,' to promote her flick 'Spring Breakers' and say she once made the Biebs cry.
Winter Storm Ukko will deliver yet more snow, rain and gusty winds to the Midwest and the Northwest this Tuesday and Wednesday
The National Weather Service was predicting up to 7 inches of heavy, wet snow in southeastern Connecticut and wind gusts that could hit 50 mph.
Behar's contracts is up in August, and, according to a rep from the show, she has informed ABC that she will not be returning for a new season.
Venezuelan acting President Nicolas Maduro announced Chavez's body will be displayed in a glass crystal casket so his people "will always have him."
The high-profile Al-Qaeda spokesperson's Friday appearance at a New York City courthouse has sparked criticism from Republicans Sen. Lindsey Graham and Kelly Ayotte.
A two-and-a-half years old Mississippi baby girl who was born HIV positive has now been "cured," and has been off medication for about a year with no signs of infection.
Queen Elizabeth II (86) was admitted Sunday to the the King Edward VII Hospital for the first time in 10 years following a supposed case of gastroenteritis.
Cardinal Keith O'Brien quit last week as Britain's top Roman Catholic cleric after being accused of inappropriate behavior. And now, Britain's leading gay rights group says he should apologize.
Facebook announced it will hold a March 7 event to unveil its News Feed's new look, which follows an aesthetically different look more in tune with social magazines such as Flipboard.
As the Vatican announces it's already summoned cardinals for the 2013 conclave, these are the four frontrunners to replace Benedict XVI, now pope emeritus.
The half brother of President Barack Obama is running for governor of Kenya's western county of Siaya, using the same slogan Barack Obama used in 2008: change.
House Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) will attend.
Following Benedict XVI's last day as pope, and while the College of Cardinals deliberates over the upcoming conclave, here's four Catholic leaders who will run the Church while there is no pope.
The Obama administration filed an amicus brief Thursday to tell the Supreme Court that Proposition 8 and DOMA are unconstitutional under the Constitution's equal protection clause.
If the sequester leaves entitlements and war spending alone, then why are most politicos in Washington crying foul over a supposed apocalypse?
The Federal Aviation Administration is trying to determine if members of the Colorado College Ultimate team violated any rules when they performed the popular 'Harlem Shake' dance during a flight
A growing group of awesome American corporations are arguing to the Supreme Court that laws banning same-sex marriages are unconstitutional. Here's 22 of them.
Coastal Carolina University remained locked down early Wednesday morning as police searched for the person who shot and killed 19-year-old student Anthony Darnell in a campus dorm.
Online photo-sharing service Instagram debuted in North Korea Wednesday after operator Koryolink opened its mobile data services to foreigners (but not locals).
Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman, Baltimore Ravens playerJacoby Jones and “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Vanderpump headline the new group of contestants.
Palmer announced that the ship will be built in China and begin carrying passengers in the third quarter of 2016.
Seventy-five prominent Republicans, including former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman, have signed a legal brief arguing that gay people have a constitutional right to marry.
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman, the Harlem Globetrotters and a film crew from the Vice media company are visiting North Korea.
A general election took place in Italy on February 24–25 to determine the 630 members of the Chamber of Deputies and the 315 elective members of the Senate for the 17th Parliament.
On Tuesday, the Vatican will host recently elected Pope Francis I's Installation Mass.
Turns out, the 'Harlem Shake' is no longer the new 'Gangnam Style.' Now, 'Gallon Smashing' is.
The Vatican secretariat of state issued an official statement denying Italian media reports that Pope Benedict XVI resigned due to "various lobbies, including a 'gay lobby.'"
First Lady Michelle Obama stopped by NBC's 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon' to show Frank Ocean some love and do 'The Evolution of Mom Dancing.'
Princeton science professor Iain Couzin shot back at Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) for blasting his research on schools of fish as "wasteful federal spending."
NASA will be launching its next cargo resupply flight to the International Space Station on March 1. The Dragon capsule will be filled with about 1,200 pounds of supplies for the space station.
The Obama administration filed a legal brief Friday with the Justice Department to urge the Supreme Court to declare unconstitutional Section 3 of the Defense of Marriage Act.
Though it's not clear what led school authorities to call the lockdown, the Associated Press says MIT's 11,000 "are famous for their smarts as well as their stunts."
Samsung will be showing off its Galaxy Note 8.0 tablet at the Feb. 25-28 GSMA Mobile World Congress 2013 in Barcelona, Spain.
"Game of Thrones," Season 3 premieres Sunday, March 31, on HBO. Watch the trailer.
President Barack Obama, former Vice President Dick Cheney, former Secretary of State Colin Powell and former First Lady Laura Bush are joining forces to support gay marriage.
Google may have hit a nerve when it announced its contest to distribute Glass before 2014 at $1,500 cause now the company is hinting at an earlier release for a lower price.
XBox 720, Microsoft's response to Sony's Playstation 4, will be announced in April after the 2013 Game Developers Conference.
Conservative firebrand Ann Coulter called libertarian "pussies" at Thursday's episode of Fox News Business' 'Stossel' at the International Students for Liberty Conference in Washington, D.C.
Kid President, the YouTube comedian and motivational speaker, was asked by the White House to make a video for their historic Easter Egg Roll.
Google has just announced the release of its Chromebook Pixel, the latest device in its Chromebook lineup, aimed at "power users who fully live in the cloud."
A White House online petition, written by entrepreneur Sina Khanifar, to legalize the practice of unlocking cell phones, reached Thursday 100,000 signatures.
Google announced Wednesday the tentative 2014 release of Glass, a wearable headset that allows users to receive and execute onscreen directions.
"If I had glass" is the name of the contest Google has going to distribute the 8,000 initial devices through Twitter and Google+ at $1,500 a pop. Feel lucky?
Real people from Harlem, New York, are not impressed with internet's newest and goofiest viral meme yet.
LIve stream the 2013 Brit Awards with performances by Taylor Swift, One Direction and Justin Timberlake among others.
Kepler-37b, the smallest planet yet outside of the solar system, has been found by NASA.
The Palestinian co-director of the Academy Award-nominated documentary '5 Broken Cameras,' was reportedly detained by immigration at LAX as he tried to enter the U.S. to attend Sunday's Oscars.
British comedian Richard Sandling has released a video mashup of the cast of Downtown Abbey performing One Direction's hit song "What Makes You Beautiful."
The South by Southwest, SXSW, Conferences & Festivals will take place between March 8 and 17, 2013. Get everything you need to know with our live updates.
Google posted a video of its upcoming Google Glass wearable headset, providing a more realistic look at the device's user interface.
Hillary Clinton would beat Chris Christie, 49% to 45%, in New Jersey if the 2016 presidential election were held today. However, Christie would beat New York Governor Andrew Cuomo 54% to 36%.
Posted by a Chinese technology site, the images allegedly show the iPhone 5S already going into production.
'Raising Adam Lanza,' a 'Hartford Courant'/PBS documentary airing tonight, offers more insights into the live of the accused Sandy Hook Elementary mass shooter.
Jay Laze, the owner of All Around Pizzas and Deli, says the special is his way of showing that the gun-control movement "turns his stomach."
The 'Harlem Shake' continues to spread online like wildfire, despite the usual haters who are already decrying it as "too mainstream." Sorry folks; there's no stopping this.
Mor Ostrovski, a 20-year-old Israeli soldier, posted a photograph showing the back of a Palestinian boy's head in the crosshairs of his sniper rifle on his now deleted Instagram profile.
Two local academics found that Mississippi's secretary of state didn't send a copy of the bill banning slavery to the office of the federal register 147 years ago.
Robbie Rogers, a former midfielder for the United States national soccer team, came out as gay through a post on his personal blog. He also said he may retire, even though he's only 25.
Pope Benedict XVI will step down on February 28, and The Vatican wants a confirmed successor before the start of the Holy Week (March 24).
Cuban newspaper 'Granma' published the photo of Chavez accompanied by his daughters, putting an end (for now) to rumors that 'El Comandante' was either dead or pretty close to it.
Not to be undone by Friday's Russian meteor and Asteroid 2012 D4's flyby, the great state of California was treated with another flying object.
The 'Harlem Shake' is the newest online viral sensation. It's like 'Gangnam Style,' only better.
'Harlem Shake,' the 1980s-inspired internet phenomenon, has been compared to 'Gangnam Style.' But here's why this goofy dance is even more awesome than PSY's ubiquitous horse riding.
An 11-ton meteor fell in Russia Friday, at a speed of at least 33,000 mph, shattering about 18-32 miles above ground and injuring 900 people in the Ural Mountains region. Watch the video.
Don't freak out if you see people walking around with black crosses on their foreheads. Is not the Zombie Apocalypse, it's just Ash Wednesday.
The former rock star who was interrogated by the Secret Service, for supposedly threatening to kill Obama, was invited to the State of the Union. He didn't look amused.
President Obama delivered his 2013 State of the Union address. Here are the funniest memes so far. Leave yours.
Benedict's eight years as pope were marked by both a series of scandals and a pronounced conservative turn. Pretty much the same case as supposedly anti-gay politicians who turn out to be gay.
It is believed that alleged serial killer Christopher Dorner died in a cabin that caught fire in the San Bernardino Mountains on Tuesday.
Residents of Hattiesburg, Mississippi, were shaken by a fierce tornado that wrecked homes and injured 80. Follow the live updates.
Orko has already deposited 12-18 inches of snow across the Dakotas and parts of Minnesota and Nebraska.
An unidentified man between 20 and 30-years-old shot dead two women at the New Castle County Courthouse in Wilmington, Delaware, this morning. Follow the live updates here.
Though neither of my Roman Catholic grandmothers probably ever dreamed of having a black pope, Cardinal Francis Arinze is rumored to be on the short list to replace Benedict XVI.
Pope Benedict XVI announced that he would resign on Feb. 28. And Cardinal Marc Ouellet, the present prefect of the Congregation for Bishops, is rumored to be a potential replacement.
The twitterverse is abuzz with early morning reactions to @Pontifex's early departure from the Roman Catholic throne. Here are some of them.
As Pope Benedict XVI said on Monday that he will resign on Feb. 28, Cardinal Peter Turkson is rumored to be on the short list to be the next pope (and the first one of African descent).
Rihanna, Bruno Mars and Sting payed homage to Bob Marley at last night's Grammy Awards. Watch the video here.
Despite igniting controversy by sitting next to wife-beater Chris Brown, Rihanna shone during her live performances at the Grammys 2013. Watch the video here.
Taylor Swift opened the 2013 Grammy Awards with her hit “We Are Never, Ever Ever Getting Back Together.”
Miss Alabama USA 2012 Katherine Webb and reality starlet Kendra Leigh Baskett star in ABC's 'Splash,' a spinoff of British Olympic champion Tom Daley's celebrity-diving show in the UK.
Florida GOP Senator Marco Rubio will deliver a bilingual rebuttal to President Obama's State of the Union 2013 Address.
'Extra' host Mario Lopez honored a Super Bowl 2013 bet by stripping down to his (purple) underwear and running around Los Angeles' The Grove wearing a Baltimore Ravens helmet. Watch the video.
Disney/Lucasfilm will produce standalone Star Wars movies featuring Han Solo and Boba Fett's early days.
Valentine's Day 2013 falls on February 14, and here's your comprehensive guide to what to do and what to give this year.
Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2013 Collections will take place at Lincoln Center between February 7 and 14, 2013.
Asteroid 2012 DA14, a 150-foot object discovered by Spanish astronomers, will zip by within 17,000 miles of Earth.
The USPS is announcing on Wednesday that it plans to stop Saturday delivery to reduce costs.
The Super Bowl was watched by an estimated 108.7 million people, despite the 34-minute black out that interrupted the game.
The honorees are principal Dawn Hochsprung, psychologist Mary Sherlach and teachers Rachel D'Avino, Lauren Rousseau, Anne Marie Murphy and Victoria Soto.
Bey wore a Rubin Singer leather bodysuit made from python, paneled iguana and leather during the Super Bowl Halftime Show. And PETA was not impressed.
Defense Secretary Leon Panetta will extend some benefits to the same-sex partners of military members.
The British House of Commons voted 400 to 175 in favor of approving gay marriage in the UK. The Premier Cameron-sponsored bill will undergo another vote in the House of Lords on Tuesday.
CBS let Lewis dodge the murder question over a pre-Super Bowl 47 one-on-one interview conducted by Lewis' former teammate and ardent defender Shannon Sharpe.
The Congressional Budget Office says the budget deficit will drop below $1 trillion for the first time in President Barack Obama took office.
A bipartisan group of 11 senators are threatening to collide with the administration during Thursday's CIA director nominee John Brennan's confirmation hearing over Obama's drone program.
President Barack Obama will ask Congress to come up with tens of billions of dollars in short-term spending cuts and tax revenue to avoid the across the board cuts scheduled for March 1.
House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-Va.) will address the American Enterprise Institute on Tuesday at noon in an attempt to rebrand the battered Republican Party.
Lawyers for George Zimmerman, the man accused of murdering Florida teen Trayvon Martin on April 11, 2012, are back to court Tuesday the day martin would've turned 18.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie appeared on 'Late Show With David Letterman' where the host confessed to joke about Christie's weight and asked him if he'd ever consider going on a diet.
President Obama delivers remarks on gun control from Minneapolis, Minnesota.
In a year were most Super Bowl commercials have been described as unremarkable, at best, these 9 ads are not bad at all.
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Mayors Against Illegal Guns ran a ad trying to persuade Congress to pass universal background checks.
Oprah Winfrey stole the show at the Super Bowl 2013 by narrating Jeep's 'Whole Again' inspirational commercial about America's heroes.
The 'Sports Illustrated' and 'Maxim' model Bar Refaeli was featured in the GoDaddy Super Bowl 2013 'Beauty and the Geek'-inspired ad.
Sports Illustrated model Kate Upton joined Usher and Willen Dafoe in Mercedes Benz' 'The Devil's Advocate'-inspired Super Bowl 2013 ad. Watch here.
Justin Timberlake performed live for the first time in at least four years, as he was joined by Jay Z and Timbaland while performing songs from his new album 'The 20/20 Experience.'
Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams, two of the original members of 1990s R&B band Destiny's Child, joined Beyonce during last night's Super Bowl Halftime Show.
1990s R&B sensation Destiny's Child reunited last night at the Super Bowl XVLII Halftime Show in New Orleans, where lead singer and headliner Beyonce was the main attraction.
1990s R&B band Destiny's Child reunited at last night's Super Bowl Halftime Show, where lead vocalist Beyonce was the headliner.
Beyonce took center stage at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans to perform at the 2013 Super Bowl Halftime Show. Watch the video here.
Beyonce will take center stage at today's Super Bowl Halftime Show by performing a much anticipated comeback, as the Ravens and 49ers clash for glory. Watch the live stream here.
The five men accused of the December 16 gang raping and killing of 23-year old student Jyoti Singh Pandey pleaded not guilty on Saturday.
Korean pop star sensation PSY was featured in the Super Bowl 47 Wonderful Pistachios commercial. Watch now.
Chu announced in a letter that he'll leave the administration as soon as a successor is confirmed. Obama praised him for "moving American towards real energy independence."
This Saturday, Punxsutawney Phil, a groundhog from Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, will emerge from its burrow to prognosticate if we will have an early spring or six more weeks of winter.
Jennifer Hudson and the chorus from Sandy Hook Elementary School will sing "America the Beautiful" before Sunday's Super Bowl between the San Francisco 49ers and the Baltimore Ravens.
Both the average student loan debt and the student loan default rate ballooned in 2012, as millennials are a greater risk of default than Xers and boomers when they graduated from college.
Republicans want to secure the border before even contemplating a path to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented living in the country. But so far the White House hasn't endorsed the idea.
Blackberry unveiled two new phones on Wednesday, both of which are slated for a late February or early March release date.
The Human Rights Campaign, the nation's largest LGBT rights organization, announced the formation of the Business Coalition for DOMA Repeal. These are the 13 awesome members.
The spot features a white man from Minnesota speaking in a fake Jamaican accent. Is this ad offensive?
North Korean "citizen cartographers" are using 'Google Map Maker' to literally put on the map the country's most infamous concentration camps.
The Cupertino company said the new iPad would be on sale as soon as February 5 for $799 (the Wi-Fi model) and for $929 (the LTE model).
Ahead of the June 14 presidential election, Iran arrested 14 journalists for allegedly cooperating with foreign-based Persian-language media outlets. Is Iran headed for another Green Revolution?
Alida Black, chairperson of the Super PAC, that already has 50,000 followers on Twitter, says the purpose is "to be ready to work for Hillary to be president when she is ready to run."
According to Africom, the base could have as many as 300 military and contractor personnel and would be located in Niger, on the eastern border of Mali.
LeBron James and the Miami were welcomed by Obama at the White House after winning the 2012 NBA Championship title. "Mama I made it," said an starstruck James.
The BSA could start welcoming gay members as soon as next week if the organization's national board meeting overturns next week its long-held policy of banning homosexuals.
The failed 2012 Republican vice presidential nominee showed the Clintons some love on NBC's 'Meet the Press' on Sunday.
Hillary Clinton or Joe Biden? Who would the president support in 2016? No one, says former chief of staff Thomas "Mack" McLarty.
A pornographic video briefly made Vine's "Editor Pick" list. However, Twitter denies it's trying to enter the XXX business and attributed the controversial event to 'human error."
Grammy Award-nominated Frank Ocean and Chris Brown reportedly got into a fight over a parking space at Westlake Studio in Los Angeles.
Silver Lining Playbook's actress Jennifer Lawrence won the best actor award at the 2013 SAG Awards. But she suffered a wardrobe malfunction.
The president and the secretary of state state sat with 'CBS 60 Minutes' Steve Kroft for a rare joint interview in which Obama publicly thanked Hillary for being one of the finest top diplomats.
Jerry Seinfield and Cameron Diaz joined the coach from NBC's 'The Voice' in his debut as host of 'Saturday Night Live.'
The 7 female workers were believed to be manufacturing clothes for the Spanish parent company of the American retailer Zara.
The fire started at around 2:00 a.m. at the "Kiss" nightclub in the city at the southern tip of Brazil, near the borders with Argentina and Uruguay.
Sen. Bob Menendez (D-N.J.) is being investigated by the FBI for allegedly hiring underage prostitutes on the Dominican Republic.
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jOBS, Steve Jobs' biopic, opened in Sundance on Friday (it opens in theaters on April 19). But is 'That 70's Show's' Ashton Kutcher up to the job to play the late co-founder of Apple?
The historic soccer rivalry between Cairo's Al-Ahly Ultras and Port Said's Al-Masry Ultras has now turned violent and is taking even more lives in the streets of Egypt.
"Thousands" of gun control advocates marched in Washington D.C. on Saturday to support President Obama's assault weapon ban in the wake of the Aurora and Newtown mass shootings.
Maroon 5's front man and NBC's 'The Voice' coach Adam Levine will host 'Saturday Night Live' this Saturday, with musical guest Kendrick Lamar.
The 2013 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival will take place on April 12-14 and 19-21 in Indio, California, with Blur, the Stone Roses, Phoenix and Red Hot Chili Peppers as the main acts.
The 19th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards will be presented on Sunday January 27 in Los Angeles, CA. Here's the full list of nominees, the predictions and where to live stream.
An upcoming Republican budget purports to balance the nation's books in 10 years. However, this would require even deeper social cuts than the ones proposed by The Path to Prosperity.
Apple is set to release its Q1 earnings report, and investors think the production (and low demand) of iPhone 5 could cause the company its first earnings decline in a decade.
The House is sending SCOTUS a report, made by lawyer Paul Clemente and paid for by American taxpayers, saying DOMA should be upheld because gay people are too powerful for equal rights.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton cried during today's Benghazi congressional hearing. ""I stood next to President Obama as the marines carried those flag-draped caskets," she choked up.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) grilled Secretary of State Hillary Clinton during the Benghazi hearing. "If I were president, I would've relieved you of your post," he said.
'GuestHouse Games,' a 'Fifty Shades of Grey'-inspired fan fiction features President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama exploring "their own deepest and most forbidden desires."
As Secretary Clinton dominates the Benghazi congressional hearings, Vice President Biden networks with Democratic insiders and donors towards a potential 2016 presidential run.
On Feb. 24, the 85th Academy Awards will pay tribute to James Bond's films with motive of the franchise's 50th anniversary. And what a better way to celebrate than by awarding Skyfall's song?
Super Bowl XLVII will take place on February 3 between the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers. Beyonce will perform during the halftime show. Here's where to watch online.
Watch Lady Gaga perform for the White House staff on Tuesday to close the celebrations for President Barack Obama's second inauguration.
As we head into this year's Super Bowl Halftime Show, check out the best performances of the 1990s.
Following reports that Beyonce lip-synced the national anthem on Monday at President Obama's second inauguration the question is will she fake it as well during the Super Bowl Halftime Show?
An "extremely adventurous female human" is wanted by a Harvard genetics professor to serve as surrogate mother for a cloned Neanderthal baby.
Alicia Keys covered her own hit, 'Girl on Fire,' to pay tribute to President Obama during the 57th Commander in Chief's Inauguration Ball. Watch the video here.
2012 Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan stuck behind Beyonce and Jay Z was one of the most shared (and awkward) pictures of Inauguration 2013. Now here's the video.
Watch Jennifer Hudson performing Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together' for President Barack and First Lady Michelle Obama at the 57th Commander in Chief's Inauguration Ball.
Watch Katy Perry performing 'Teenage Dream,' 'Firework' and 'Part of Me' at the 2013 Kids Inauguration Concert:
Beyonce performed the national anthem at the inauguration. But did she lip sync?
The president and the first lady danced to Jennifer Hudson's rendition of Al Green's 'Let's Stay Together' at the Commander in Chief's Inaugural Ball. The first lady wore a gown by Jason Wu.
Twitter claims to have processed 1.1 million views during the inauguration, a staggering number compared to the 82,392 tweets sent during the 2009 inauguration.
As Google's Eric Schmidt and former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson visit Pyongyang, human rights activists like 'One Free Korea's' Joshua Stanton are using technology to help political prisoners
More than 8,800 people, 200 animals, 8 floats, 60 groups and military units will follow Obama and Biden from the Capitol down Pennsylvania Avenue. Get the full lineup here.
The R&B star was awarded a humanitarian award at the Hip Hop Inaugural Ball 2013. Other recipients included MC Lyte and Doug E. Fresh and 2 Chainz.
Pushed by the Kremlin and the Russian Orthodox Church, the law would make it illegal to provide minors with "propaganda of sodomy, lesbianism, bisexuality and transgenderism."
Nehemiah Griego the Albuquerque teen was charged with two counts of murder and three counts of child abuse for the alleged slayings of his parents and siblings with an assault rifle on Saturday.
Richard Blanco, the 44-year-old Cuban-American poet, was selected by President Obama to recite original poem 'One Today' at his second inauguration. Read the transcript and watch the video here.
President Obama is offering few new ideas in his much anticipated second inauguration speech. Watch the video and read the transcript.
The first lady is wearing a dress and coat by Thom Browe (with shoes and a belt by J.Crew) for this morning's inauguration. Will he also dress her for the inaugural ball tonight?
The excitement of Inauguration 2013 almost made us forget today, the third Monday of the year, is supposed to be the most depressing day of 2013.
First Daughter Sasha Obama candidly channeled America's relief when, unlike his 2009 botched swearing in, President Obama "didn't mess up" when taking the oath for a second term.
Rapper Lupe Fiasco was thrown off stage during a Sunday night inaugural concert, StartUp Rock On, in which he rapped about not voting for Obama. Watch the video here.
Find out where to watch President Obama's second inauguration live and online; plus, the full list of events for this Monday.
Let's face it; First Lady Michelle Obama is the ultimate American fashion icon. And there's no reason for her not to embrace her place in history as the hottest and chicest first lady ever.
The anti-abortion film, inspired by the story of addiction that led to Pattie Mallette's own teen pregnancy, wants to tell pregnant teenagers that abortion is not the answer.
Rob Lowe stars as prosecutor Jeff Ashton in Lifetime's 'Prosecuting Casey Anthony,' a recount of the horrible Florida case in which a woman was accused of killing her own daughter.
Republicans sponsored a Gun Appreciation Day event on Saturday to protest gun control laws. Three different people accidentally shot themselves during festivities.
This Sunday and Monday, the Obama administration will be sworn in for a second term. And the festivities surrounding the ceremony have a price tag of $170 million. Who's paying for it?
The president and vice president are actually sworn in twice: in a private ceremony on Sunday, and in front of the American public on Monday.
Darren Criss, Naya Rivera and Amber Riley, among others performed at this year's Kids Inaugural Concert in Washington D.C. Watch the performances here.
'Zero Dark Thirty's' Jessica Chastain stars in Andres Muschietti's 'Mama.' And, according to the AP, this film's for those who "like a good scare but prefer not to be terrorized or grossed out."
Disgraced biker Lance Armstrong sat with Oprah Winfrey to come clean after his previously denied doping scandal. Here's what he had to say.
University of Notre Dame's supposedly "catfished" linebacker sat with ESPN's Jeremy Schaap in an off-camera interview that left things even more confusing than before.
The Newtown shooter, who destroyed his computer's hard drive before killing 20 children and 8 adults (including self), practically didn't exist in the "offline" world.
Here's how to follow Obama's second inauguration across social media platforms this Monday (if the potentially massive number of texts and tweets doesn't collapse the wireless networks).
On Monday January 21, 2013, Justice Sonia Sotomayor will swear in Vice President Joe Biden for a second term. Chief Justice John Roberts will swear in President Barack Obama.
'People' magazine says Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj's 'American Idol 2013' debut was kind of lame. Is it the new judges' fault, or has the reality television format run out of steam?
The 2013 Sundance Film Festival will run from January 17 to the 27, and Utah's conservative Sutherland Institute is protesting the movies "Lovelace" and "Two Mother" for being obscene.
"Every time President Obama opens his mouth and talks about gun bans and restricting the rights of law abiding Americans, people pay attention to that and sign up," said the NRA.
On Sunday, February 3, Beyoncé will reunite with Destiny's Child to perform at the XLVII Super Bowl Halftime Show live from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, New Orleans, Louisiana.
St. Louis Police Chief Sam Dotson said the suspect had been a part-time student at the school for the past four years.
The Kern County district attorney's office asaid on Monday that Oliver "has been charged with attempted murder and other counts."
Manohar Lal Sharma, the lawyer for Mukesh Singh, one of the suspects in the death of Jyoti Singh Pandey, is demanding an age-verification test for his client to prove he's under 18.
The hacktivist group attacked MIT servers on Sunday to post a memorial on behalf of the late internet activist and call for a "free and unfettered internet."
A White House petition asking for the removal of U.S. Attorney Carmen Ortiz, the prosecutor who pressed charges against the late Aaron Swartz, has reached 12,000 signatures (and counting).
Prior to taping his much anticipated confessional interview with Oprah Winfrey, disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong publicly apologized to the Livestrong Foundation.
The WSJ has unveiled new details about Vinay Sharma, Akshay Kumar, Ram and Mukesh Singh, Pawan Gupta and the unidentified minor accused of gang-raping and killing 23-year-old Jyoti Singh Pandey.
Science teacher Ryan Heber courageously talked an unidentified 16-year-old Taft High School student into surrendering his gun after this shot alleged bully Bowe Cleveland.
The brain of the 20-year-old Sandy Hook Elementary mass shooter shows "nothing unusual" says Connecticut's Dr. Carver. However, results of a full toxicological exam could take several more weeks.
Jyoti Singh Pandey, the 23-year-old fatal Delhi gang rape victim reportedly named her killers and revealed the terrible details of their savage attack in a "dying declaration."
The 2013 Golden Globes will be broadcast live from the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, this Sunday by NBC. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host. Here are the predictions.
The 85th Academy Awards are on Sunday February 24, from the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood. Here's why this will be one of the most political nights in America.
The 2013 Grammys, hosted by LL Cool J, will broadcast live from the Los Angeles on February 10. Rihanna and Taylor Swift, among others will perform live.
Biebs will host NBC's 'Saturday Night Live,' and the teen idol has given the producers permission to bring up his recent marijuana incident.
On Sunday, February 3, Beyoncé will perform at the XLVII Super Bowl Halftime Show. Here's a look at the best Super Bowl halftime show performances ever.
The execution, for the death of an infant in Nafeek's care when she was 17-years-old, is being protested by Human Rights Watch.
Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are nominated for worst actor and actress, while perennially shirtless Taylor Lautner was nominated for the worst supporting actor category.
Daily Beast writer Buzz Bissinger said on air that Piers Morgan should “pop” Alex Jones with a semi-automatic weapon, while Morgan and his guests laughed about it.
The right-wing radio talk show host claims there is a movement to "normalize pedophilia" out there, similar to the one for marriage quality.
The move has enraged the Venezuelan opposition which says Chavez must be physically present to be inaugurated on January 10, or step aside and name a "provisional replacement."
The appointment would shake up the White House as President Obama would also have to find a new chief of staff.
The Ohio school district, which is in the midst of a much publicized rape case investigation, remained in a 90-minute lockdown on Tuesday because of a shooting threat made on Facebook.
AIG is thinking about joining a $25 billion shareholder lawsuit, because it thinks the terms of the government bailout were "unfair."
Fresh off his CNN meltdown, conservative radio talk show host Alex Jones is now claiming New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg sent "undercover cops dressed as crackheads" to kill him.
The UK is trying to save public money by taking away welfare benefits from obese citizens who refuse to work out. Would this work in America?
Our Facebook friend Jason Gooljar is the winner of our latest caption contest, congratulations!
A California chapter of the Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is challenging the national organization's ban on gays by recommending openly gay former Scout Ryan Andresen for the top rank of Eagle.
The West Rogers Park dry cleaners owner had just returned from a Saudi Arabia pilgrimage and had resolved to give up gambling for good.
Crimson Tide quarterback AJ McCarron's girlfriend stole the show last night at the BCS title game when ESPN announcer Brent Musburger creepily introduced her on camera.
Mukesh Singh and Akshay Thakur, two of the men accused of gang-raping and killing a 23-year-old student in a moving Delhi bus, will plead not guilty.
The pro-gun advocate and leader of the "Deport Piers Morgan" petition lost it last night on CNN. Watch the video here.
Deranged Hindu "leader" Asaram Bapu astonishingly claims the Delhi gang rape victim "should have been more friendly to her attackers" if she wanted to preserve her own life. Wow.
Derek Shrout was charged with attempted assault after he planned to use homemade explosives to attack fellow students at Russell County High School. He was inspired by the Sandy Hook shooting.
On March 26, SCOTUS will hear oral arguments regarding Proposition 8, the gay marriage banned passed by California voters in 2008, and a New York challenge to the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA).
Biometrics and grip pattern detection technology can be used to make guns safer and prevent the wrong hands from firing them. But, would the gun lobby be on board with this?
The Sandy Hook Elementary mass shooter might have used the earplugs to muffle the children's screams, or as a habit developed from shooting at gun ranges.
The Obamacare contraception provision might be galvanizing the beaten up Christian right that helped elect President George W. Bush.
19-year-old Paul was arrested for "underage drinking and disorderly conduct." Will this affect Rand Paul's presidential ambitions?
The five men accused of the gang rape and murder of 23-years-old Delhi physiotherapy student Jyoti Singh Pandey have been officially charged.
Venezuela's Vice President Nicolas Maduro said Chavez's condition is "delicate" following his latest cancer surgery in Cuba. If Chavez dies or becomes incapacitated new elections will be held.
The Secretary of State has been admitted to the hospital with a blood clot.
"I love Massachusetts ... but I'm not running for office," said the "Argo" director on a Facebook post.
A PPP poll found that a majority of Americans think Santa would rather bring presents to 2012 failed Republican candidate Mitt Romney than to President Barack Obama.
Winter Storm Euclid brought a white Christmas to half the nation but it also could disrupt Americans post-holiday travel plans with heavy rain, snow and even the threat of tornadoes.
Benedict XVI delivered the traditional Urbi et Orbi Christmas message from the Vatican, praying for peace in Syria and religious freedom in China.
The provider of DVD-by-mail and internet streaming media apologized to its customers for a Christmas Eve outage that left millions of families unable to watch their beloved holiday classics.
For over 50 years, the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) has been tracking Santa Claus. Watch Santa right now.
19-year-old Jesus Garcia, who was prevented by an off-duty cop from becoming the next James Holmes, was charged for attempted capital murder and attempted murder in San Antonio, Texas.
The 61st edition of the Miss Universe pageant will be held tonight at 8:00 p.m. (ET) from the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas, Nevada. Where the watch live and online.
"Benghazi cover-up" accusations are resurfacing in some conservative circles, because of the concussion that prevented Hillary Clinton from testifying before Congress on the Libya attack.
Before you dismiss the Mayan Apocalypse as a total hoax, take the time to review these 13 ominous signs that our civilization may be actually coming to an end.
Sunday's San Antonio, Texas, Santikos Mayan movie theater shooting, where an armed off-duty cop prevented another mass shooting, highlights the need for more undercover officers in public spaces.
The Newark mayor, rumored to challenge New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's reelection bid in 2013, has also set up websites for potential senatorial and presidential runs.
From comedy to drama to documentary to foreign, 2012 was the year of the political flick. Here are 12 films with surprising political plots released during this very political year.
Armed undercover agents could protect citizens from random mass shootings at movie theaters, shopping centers and even elementary schools, while keeping intact Americans' Second Amendment rights.
Fox News, and even Obama adviser David Axelrod, are raising flags on "violent video games" in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary massacre. Here's why they're wrong.
An unnamed FBI source said Adam Lanza, the Newtown shooter, destroyed his computer's hard drive, after playing a violent video game right before the Sandy Hook shooting rampage.
While most rage over either side of the guns issue, in the wake of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting, others take action by tackling alternate solutions no one is really talking about.
Bradley Patterson, a North Alabama football player, was kicked out of his football team for tweeting a racist remark about President Obama on Monday night. Is this right?
Joe Scarborough, the conservative pundit from MSNBC and former Republican Florida congressman, said Friday's Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre "changed everything" on gun control.
Hate group Westboro Baptist Church has decided to picket the funerals of the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary shooting. And Anonymous, led by Cosmo the God, has vowed to destroy them for it.
Though Interim Cedar Lake Police Chief Jerry Smith said 60-year-old Von I. Meyer "was not serious" when he made the alleged threat, police found 47 guns in his home.
The president vowed to use "whatever power this office holds" to prevent tragedies like this from happening again, but he stopped short of offering any specifics as to how to achieve this.
'The New York Times' published a profile about America's newest mass killer. Learn 13 facts about the man who killed 20 young children at Newtown, Connecticut's Sandy Hook Elementary.
Nancy Lanza not only owned the weapons his son Adam used to terminate her and the Sandy Hook students, she also reportedly taught him how to 'target shoot.'
Obama and Congress let federal funding for school security programs lapse, out of budget concerns. These programs could've provided training, equipment and police resources to classrooms.
The Secretary of State is now recovering at home, according to a statement from the State Department.
Not big surprises here, 'Lincoln,' 'Argo,' and 'Les Mis' topped the Golden Globe Award 2013 nominations. The good news is that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the ceremony on January 13.
NASA Caltech astronomers used the legendary Hubble Space Telescope to track a galaxy just 380 years "younger" than the Big Bang.
Senator-elect Warren's membership in the Senate's powerful banking committee is almost a done deal.
The Aurora, Colorado, shooter reappeared in court after reportedly attempting suicide by banging his head into a wall at the Arapahoe County jail three weeks ago.
Richland Hills police said a North Texas man is accused of carving the back of his 6-year-old son. He said he did it because "it's a holy day."
'Esquire' magazine 'outed' Florida Senator Marco Rubio's hair 'problem.' OMG Marco Rubio is going bald. So is Prince William, and he still married Kate Middleton.
Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts said police has yet to find the motives behind Tuesday's fatal Oregon shooting where two victims and the gunman were killed.
The embattled and eccentric anti-virus software pioneer, and bath salts enthusiast, says he doesn't want to return to Belize where he is sought regarding a murder investigation.
15-year-old Kristina Shevchenko survived a shopping mall shooting in suburban Portland, Oregon, just months after suffering a head-on car crash with her family.
Despite his critics, Peter Jackson said 'The Hobbit An Unexpected Journey's' new 3D technology provides a more realistic feel and it's perfect to watch on your iPad.
Justin Bieber's farewell to a cancer patient was retweeted a lot, but it didn't top President Obama's "four more years" embrace of Fist Lady Michelle Obama from taking the top spot in 2012.
Google users performed 1.2 trillion searches, in 146 languages, in 2012. Here's what people searched for this year regarding artists, events, movies and TV shows.
Former President Jimmy Carter said he doesn't think legalizing weed would lead to an increase in consumption. Does the current Democratic president agree?
Former First Daughter Jenna Bush Hager announced on the 'Today' show she and husband Henry Chase are expecting their first baby. Former First Lady Laura Bush said she's "thrilled."
Barrett Brown, a journalist covering Anonymous-related activities for news outlets like The Guardian, was charged among other things for linking to an Anonymous site.
Mallory Owens a 23-year-old, from Mobile, was celebrating Thanksgiving at her girlfriend Ally's home when her brother, 18-year-old Travis Hawkins, brutally attacked her.
The Arizona senator told Yahoo News he'd teach the Comedy Central host "how to shut up" if he became a South Carolina senator.
Kate Miltner, a research assistant and social media collective at Microsoft Research, wrote her London School of Economics masters dissertation on the wildly popular internet memes.
Newberry College, in South Carolina, is offering a new social media undergraduate major. Is this necessary?
The image, released by FirstShowing.net, shows Captain Kirk and Spock looking at Benedict Cumberbatch as John Harrison.
Gore Verbinski's 'The Lone Ranger' premiers on July 3, 2013, starring Armie Hammer and Johnny Depp (as Tonto). Is it OK for a white actor to play a Native American?
Though 'Star Wars Episode VII' won't be premiered before 2015, the film already has fans (and actors) pumped up about the possibility of participating in it.
The Australian radio station that employed Mel Greig and Michael Christian, the DJs who pranked the London’s King Edward VII’s Hospital nurse, says it's sorry with a big check.
Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia defended what some consider anti-gay writings, while promoting his book 'Reading Law' at Princeton University.
Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' is out on Friday. Will the movie's stunning effects and intriguing story finally overcome its many rumors and controversy?
After watching PSY singing about "killing American soldiers," I can't just look at the apparently innocent and fun horse dance the same way. Am I the only one?
A menorah from a Long Beach synagogue that survived Hurricane Sandy is being sent to Washington to be the centerpiece of the White House Thursday's Hanukkah ceremony.
A new Gallup poll found that an overwhelming majority of Americans want the federal government to stop enforcing anti-marijuana laws in states where weed is legal.
It was just a matter of time before tech-guru-gone-bad John McAfee inspired a movie. But, boy, that escalated quickly.
Bloomberg reported that Google avoided $2 billion in worldwide income taxes in 2011. So this is why Gmail went down today.
Is Gmail down? Don't panick. Here's 10 ways to procrastinate offline.
Behold, Gmail-pocalypse is here. This is what the Mayans were warning us all along.
Marion Cotillard has been nominated as best actress for her performance as a whale trainer in 'Rust and Bone.' The Golden Globe Awards 2013 will be held on January 13.
Mitt Romney stopped by superstar boxer Manny Pacquiao's dressing room to wish him 'good luck,' right before the widely-favored boxer lost by knockout.
One in five Americans is undergoing the same evolution on the gay marriage issue, experienced by President Obama earlier this year.
Twitter is coming out with its own photo-filtering feature, after Facebook/Instagram decided to disable the sharing of its photos on Twitter.
The British astronomer is mourned by his family and friends; among them, Queen guitarist Brian May.
The London nurse, who was found dead after revealing information about Kate Middleton to Australian DJ pranksters Mel Greig and Michael Christian, is mourned by her shocked family on Facebook.
The strange bedfellows are offering north of $500 million for some of Kodak’s 1,100 imaging patents.
Gaga thanked the Russian PM and former president for departing from his party's "anti-gay propaganda."
The new Sam Branson documentary features former presidents Clinton and Carter decrying the global war on drugs as "a failure."
The 10-minute video shows police shining a flashlight into a black Bentley to wake Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher, the morning of the day he fatally shot his girlfriend and self.
Jessica Alba was the highlight at last night's Video Game Awards by presenting the Best Action Adventure Game award to Raphael Colantonio and Harvey Smith's 'Dishonored.'
"Our goal is to make sure that we will meet the fund-raising requirements for this civic event after the most expensive presidential campaign in history," the committee said.
Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) says the upcoming MTV show 'Buckwild,' set in Charleston, offers a "just wrong" portrayal of young people.
Watch the 2004 video where K-pop sensation, and performer of 'Gangnam Style,' PSY sings about killing Americans.
'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' premieres on December 14, and producers have unveiled a first look at Orlando Bloom as Legolas (to appear in the second and third installments).
The DJs from Sydney radio station 2Day FM, that pranked Jacintha Saldanha, the nurse who was found dead after providing private information about Kate Middleton, are now the world's most hated.
J. J. Abrams' 'Star Trek Into Darkness,' the much anticipated sequel to 2009's 'Star Trek' premieres on May 17, 2013. Watch the teaser trailer here.
Tonight at 10:00 p.m. (ET), a partial 2013 Grammy nominees were announced on CBS. Taylor Swift, Gotye and Frank Ocean were among the nominees.
'Pursuit of Truth' will pit 20 documentary filmmakers against each other for the prize of financing and producing the winner's project.
A report obtained by Bloomberg says this and other global corporations refused to pay for safety improvements in the country's manufacturing plants.
Israel's Vice Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon says Assad has at least kept the chemical weapons out of the hands of extremists.
The young leukemia patient is in the middle of a battle over whether children should be able to use marijuana for medical purposes.
After NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg suggested her to succeeded him, a new ABC/Washington Post poll shows that Hillary would broad support if she decides to run for president in 2016.
The Chairperson of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform wants millennials to use social media to address the exploding national debt.
"I wanted to help the man, but I couldn't figure out how to help," Abbasi said. "It all happened so fast."
Though Justin Bieber and Bruno Mars also performed at last night's Victoria's Secret extravaganza, it was RiRi who stole the show from the singers (and the models).
Facebook (FB) is unrolling a new instant messaging service for which you don't have to be a registered Facebook user or even own a smartphone.
'Don Jon's Addiction,' Joseph Gordon-Levitt's directorial debut will premiere early January at Sundance. The film stars Scarlett Johansson, Julianne Moore, and 1980s sitcom star Tony Danza.
The December 10 ceremony will be host by Zachary Levi. Presenters include Brooklyn Decker, and entertainment will be in charge of The Black Keys and deadmau5.
The Florida junior senator, who rode the 2010 Tea Party wave and was recently criticized for claiming to not know how old the earth is, stressed the need for college affordability.
Though Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey' won't be in theaters until December 14, critics have started to pick it apart.
The Houston Texans wide receiver spent almost $20,000 at Toys R' Us on Christmas presents for disadvantaged Houston kids: faith in humanity restored.
13-year-old McKenna Pope has racked up 18,000 signatures on Change.org to petition the toy maker to include pictures of boys on the boxes of 'Easy Cake.'
The co-creator of the internet worries that upcoming UN online regulations could empower some authoritarian world leaders to gut online freedom.
The former president opened a conference on the benefits of immigration, and said to "keep in mind the contributions of immigrants."
Following Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's warning to the Assad regime, NATO is deploying Patriot anti-missiles to the region.
Jeffrey Hillman, the supposed NYC homeless man NYPD Official Larry DePrimo gave a pair of boots to, is actually not homeless.
Ubiquitous Justin Bieber will attract a younger demographic to the legendary fashion show. Watch the video here.
Conservative media is decrying, once again, the supposed cover up of stories unfavorable to the administration. So, here it is folks.
Bloomberg's move would get Hillary out of the way in 2016, and would also block Speaker of the New York City Council Christine Quinn from advancing further in Empire State's politics.
Peter Jackson's 'The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey,' starring Ian McKellen, premieres on December 14 amid various controversies. Watch the trailer here.
The Kathryn Bigelow's ('The Hurt Locker') film, starring Jessica Chastain and Chris Pratt, premieres on December 19. Watch the trailer here.
The United States spent 121 billion minutes on social media sites in July 2012 alone.
The man accused of killing unarmed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin hopes the image helps him make his self-defense case during his June 2013 second-degree murder trial.
The program would have channeled millions in public money to some of the state's private educational institutions that teach anti-evolution theories.
Secretary Clinton warned Syria's regime that if they use chemical weapons against their own people the U.S. would reconsider its decision not to intervene in the ongoing conflict.
The president took to Twitter, and the hashtag #My2k, to rally support for his tax plan and answer questions about the fiscal cliff, taxes and the middle class.
Warner Bros. Pictures has released a new poster for 'Man of Steel,' premiering on June 14, 2013, to commemorate the debut of Christopher Nolan's the 'Dark Knight Rises' on DVD.
A Democratic president signed marriage inequality into law in 1996. This is a case as overlooked, as the fact that Republicans championed both the end of slavery and women's voting rights.
Fans have observed the recently unveiled 'Start Trek Into Darkness' theatrical poster resembles the 'Dark Knight Rises.'
Fed up New York Jets coach Rex Ryan decided to bench quarterback Mark Sanchez. And, with Tim Tebow inactive, the responsibility fell on untested Greg McElroy.
Like this Monday text messaging turns 20.
Never underestimate the power of teenage hormones to produce earnings of $250K+ in three weeks.
Is Arizona governor Janet Brewer the next Grover Norquist? You betcha!
Senate Democrats want to reform filibuster rules to prevent Republicans from obstructing Obama's reforms.
Transportation Security Administration chief John Pistole had been asked to appear before the Transportation and Infrastructure subcommittee on aviation. Thanks but no thanks, he said.
Tear gas was used to disperse an anti-Kim Kardashian protest in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as the reality TV star opened a branch of her 'Millions of Milkshakes' store.
Henry Cavill or Ryan Gosling? Christian Grey will be played by the guy who best encapsulates the qualities 'Fifty Shades of Grey' author E.L. James has just revealed.
The film adaptation of Lee Child's 2005 novel 'One Shot,' will be premiered on December 15 with star Tom Cruise prompting comparisons to Ian Fleming's James Bond 007.
She'd take Jones' spot after he trashed CBS' 'Two and a Half Men' as "filth" and, recommended users not to watch it.
Police spokesman Darin Snapp said Belcher shot himself, in front of Chiefs general Scott Pioli and coach Romeo Crennel, after reportedly fatally shooting his girlfriend.
The self-confessed bath salts enthusiast and internet security mogul chronicles his life on the run in Belize.
Laina Walker, 'Overly Attached Girlfriend,' went from meme to TV presenter ... and she nailed it.
The 'Twilight' star joined 'Man of Steel' Henry Cavill in addressing rumors about the casting of the upcoming film version of E.L. James' popular novel 'Fifty Shades of Grey.'
Comedy Central's Stephen Colbert explains the fiscal cliff.
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart, from 'The Daily Show,' weighed in on Twinkies, the Walmart strike and union haters on Tuesday. Watch the video here.
The justices could decide to review the case against Proposition 8, the 2008 California ballot initiative passed by 52% of voters of The Golden State to define marriage between a man and a woman.
Much attention has been given to Angus T. Jones "'Two and a Half Men' is filthy" rant, but not enough to Christopher Hudson the man behind the young star's "religious awakening."
First, 'The Hobbit' was blasted by PETA for supposed animal cruelty. Now, J.R.R.Tolkien’s estate is accusing producers of overstepping their rights with regards to merchandise.
A new poll shows Christie trouncing the Newark mayor 53% to 34% in a hypothetical 2013 match up for The Garden State's governorship.
"If there were a Mount Rushmore for formidable defenders of our freedoms, sculptors would already be chiseling in the likeness of Ron Paul," Forbes says.
The stunt is supposed to use art to illustrate freedom of speech in America.
It'll be the first meeting between the former rivals since the November 6 election, and it won't be covered by the press.
The murder suspect, and one of the first computer programmers to design an anti-virus software and to develop a virus scanner, is a confessed huge fan of MDPV.
McKayla, "not impressed" Maroney appeared along the Fierce Five on the season finale of Dancing With the Stars. Watch the video here.
"Don't watch this filth," said the young actor, who is paid 350,000 per episode, about the popular CBS sitcom during a supposed religious awakening. Watch the video here.
The star of the upcoming Christopher Nolan-produced "Man of Steel" told finally opened up about the possibility of playing Christian Grey in the upcoming "Fifty Shades of Grey" movie.
Though the death penalty clause was dropped from a previous draft, the upcoming bill encourages violence against gay and lesbians in the African nation.
The outspoken politico, who ruffled Republican feathers by praising President Obama's response to Hurricane Sandy, continues to stir rumors about a potential 2016 presidential run.
The institute will be the first one in the country to examine the environmental effects of pot cultivation, and the connection between marijuana production and employment in the county.
The Center for Digital Democracy and the Electronic Privacy Information Center sent an open letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg raising site governance concerns.
The stakes are high at the hearing, expected to go on until Sunday, since the event will precede a February 4 full court-martial.
The Pac-Men-like shape of these moons is produced by variations in temperature, from extremely hot to extremely hot.
Musk wants to start his colony on Mars with just 10 people or so, who would fly to the planet on a huge reusable rockets powered by liquid oxygen and methane.
The libertarian rock star said he's excited about spending more time on college campuses, because "that's where the action is."
Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas) says the U.S. financial, military and diplomatic support of Israel has been the central enabling force driving this endless conflict. He's right.
This Friday, the Supreme Court could decide whether to take on the civil rights issue of our era: marriage equality. Here's why it must be approved.
Forget about Cyber Monday, from now on you'll be able to solve all of your Christmas list problems thanks to "iTunes Gifts."
The popular comedian owned the singer of "Turn Up the Music," and on-and-off boyfriend of Rihanna, so bad he decided to quit Twitter for second time. What a train wreck.
Republicans seem to be backtracking on their criticism of U.N. Ambassador Susan Rice regarding her handling of the Sept. 11 attack in Benghazi, Lybia.
Talk show queen Oprah Winfrey sat with Canadian teen idol Justin Bieber last night. Get the video highlights here.
Senator Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), a plausible 2016 presidential candidate, is causing a stir by stating he doesn't know how old the Earth is. Here are 7 possible explanations.
The Packers and Giants will face off tonight at 8:20 p.m. (EST) from East Rutherford, New Jersey. Here's where you can watch offline and stream online.
As of Friday, Romney had a total of 60,221,746 votes. McCain received 59,948,323 popular votes in 2008.
PSY's "Gangnam Style" is about to join Lady Gaga and Justin Bieber in YouTube's exclusive "100 Million Views" club. Unfortunately, the song's 1 billionth play could also mark the end of the world
"The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey" premieres on December 14 amid PETA accusations that 27 animals were killed during production of the prequel to "The Lord of the Rings."
The star of "Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 2" is reportedly so desperate to participate in Disney's upcoming "Star Wars Episode 7" that he'd settle for the role of Jar Jar Binks.
Fresh off his NBC's Saturday Night Live debut, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is scoring some points in the blue state polls because of his handling of Hurricane Sandy.
There's more to the traditional Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade than that silly Justin Bieber commercial. Here are 13 trivia facts.
The 2012 Republican presidential challenger, who dismissed 47% of voters as freeloaders who would vote for Obama, may end up with 47% of the popular vote. #PoeticJustice.
Think Thanksgiving is just about Black Friday and the Macy's parade? Think again.
NASA's Mars rover Curiosity may have made a discovery "for the history books." But we will have to wait a few more weeks for an official announcement.
With the exception of PSY, no other artist has become such a big global icon after being discovered on YouTube. Justin Bieber really did kill the MTV star.
A Thanksgiving recipe guide for guys (and gals) stuck in the city this holiday season, and who refuse to eat Chinese take out food this Thursday.
The son of libertarian icon Ron Paul says he can make the Republican Party competitive again, even in places like California and among younger demographics.
As the number of citizens who want out of the Union grows, Paul says that secession is "a form of American freedom."
Steven Unruh, a 38-year-old Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office Detention Facility former inmate, claims he met James Eagan Holmes right after the Colorado movie theater shooting.
With the exception of best actress, which probably will go to Anne Hathaway for "Les Miserables," the Oscars 2013 should be a clean sweep for Spielberg's "Lincoln."
The Korean pop sensation closed the 40th American Music Awards last night with a bang (and the return of MC Hammer).
The New Jersey governor appeared on Saturday Night Live to update about the Huricane Sandy clean up and quote Bruce Springsteen.
The Aurora, Colorado, shooter reportedly tried to commit suicide by banging his head against the wall. A court hearing for the case was postponed for December 10.
The missed deadline confirms unofficial results that show Democrat Patrick Murphy as the winner of the race for Florida's 18th Congressional District.
The Obama White House denied editing the talking points about the Sept. 11 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya, that killed Ambassador Stevens.
Marco Rubio, prompting speculation about a potential 2016 presidential run, attended an Iowa fundraiser this Saturday. Well, that escalated quickly.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal took to Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace to step up his criticism of Mitt Romney. Is he positioning himself for a 2016 presidential run?
The New Jersey governor stopped by NBC's SNL and gave Weekend Update's Seth Meyer some Jersey Shore swag by quoting Bruce Springsteen's 1982 hit song "Atlantic City."
Rep. Allen West's (R-Fla.) request for a vote recount in his race against Democrat Patrick Murphy was granted on Friday.
Republican senators are piling up on UN Ambassador Susan Rice, the potential next secretary of state, for her initial statements blaming the Sept. 11 Benghazi attack on an anti-Islam video.
The Wanted or One Direction, Katy Perry or Nicki Minaj? Everything will be settled by tomorrow night from Los Angeles, California.
20-year-old Blaec Lammers bought 400 rounds of ammunition and had planned on attacking a Bolivar, Missouri, movie theater where the new Twilight film was playing.
Though Obama just got reelected, there are still plenty of reasons for voters (and McKayla) not to be impressed.
A "creative" and "non-violent" strike against Walmart is being planned on Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr for Black Friday. Will shoppers support it?
A USA Today/Gallup national poll found that fixing the economy is very or extremely important for an overwhelming majority of Americans.
The account contradicts the Obama administration's initial claim that the deadly attack was the product of an spontaneous mob angered by the anti-Islam YouTube video "The Innocence of Muslims."
The Republican Florida senator and the Louisiana governor criticized Mitt Romney's sore loser "gift" comments. Is this a clue to their own presidential aspirations?
The party of "fiscal responsibility" is pushing the president for an extension of the fiscal cliff deadline for somewhere in 2013. Democrats, want to reach a deal before the end of the year.
Though the popular vote results are not yet official, President Obama will likely prevail over his Republican challenger Mitt Romney.
NASA says that, because the moon will reach its new phase right before the peak, this year's Leonid meteor shower could be one of the most amazing ones in years. Watch the webcast here.
The 40th American Music Awards will take place this Sunday at 8:00 p.m. (EST) from Los Angeles, with performances by Carly Rae Jepsen, Kelly Clarkson and Nicki Minaj (among other usual suspects).
There won't be enough Oscars for this movie. Not only because of its overall quality, but because of the way it reflects our current era.
Senator Rand Paul criticized the administration for spending taxpayer's money apologizing for a video that didn't have anything to do with the Sept. 11 Benghazi attack.
Get ready for the looming "Impeach Obama" extreme right wing movement which, just like the Tea Party in 2010, will seek to deny Obama and his supporters a fair and square win.
The man who auctioned his right temple off on eBay for $15,000, to get a Romney 2012 logo tattooed on his face, says he'd do it all over again. Ouch.
The more we talk about Paula Broadwell, the less we talk about Benghazi. And that's not a good thing.
The White House says it stands by its plan of raising taxes on those who make more than $250,000.
Yesterday, the first total solar eclipse in two years vowed viewers all the way from Australia to Chile. Watch the phenomenon here.
For someone who got booed for telling fans to vote for Obama, Madonna's "MDNA" tour is full of glorification of gun violence and pro-life stances.
He flipped from Republican to independent to prevent Marco Rubio from becoming the junior Florida senator. Now Charlie Crist is riding the Obama wave as a newly born Democrat.
Ron Paul's gold standard gospel is taking hold: a Republican Montana representative is citing the Constitution to request his payment in the form of gold and silver coins.
Today some Australians will witness the first total solar eclipse in two years. Not an Australian? No problem, here's the NASA link to stream it online.
After toying with the idea of secession in 2009, Texas governor Rick Perry is now discouraging citizens of his state who are sending online petitions to the White House to leave the Union.
With Daniel Craig claiming he's done with the James Bond 007 franchise, fans are looking at Breaking Dawn's Robert Pattinson to carry the famous agent's legacy into a new generation.
Obama won roughly 3 million more popular votes than Romney. But with 93 million less voters than in 2008, the president's victory is hardly a mandate.
The libertarian congressman's young and passionate followers could have been an opportunity for an aging GOP to inject some fresh blood into American conservatism.They still have time.
Obama won Florida by 50% to Romney's 49.1%, enlarging his Electoral College tally to 332 to Romney's 206. He did so by closing the gap among traditionally Republican Cuban-American voters.
Florida’s 29 electoral college votes brought the final count to 332 for President Obama against Mitt Romney’s 206. Nate Silver was right. F*ck yeah Nate Silver!
While humbled Republicans claim a deal to prevent the U.S. from falling off the "fiscal cliff" is possible, a top Obama aide hinted the president would cave on raising tax rates.
Nine Inch Nails' Trent Reznor, who produced the soundtrack for "The Social Network," wrote the musical theme for "Call of Duty" Black Ops II," which will be released on November 13.
Daniel Craig and Javier Bardem seem to engage in some homoeroticism in "Skyfall." Is James Bond 007 gay? No. Is the franchise trying to appeal to a younger and more diverse audience? Yes.
Democratic New York Senator Chuck Schummer told "Meet the Press" he and Republican colleague Lindsey Graham drafted a bipartisan "blueprint" to tackle once and for all the issue of immigration.
Though it's not clear whether Secretary of State Clinton will run in 2016, her potential Republican rival Florida Senator Marco Rubio has already traveled to Iowa.
The famous NY Times statistician may have predicted Obama's 2012 landslide, but the libertarian icon has been predicting the fiscal cliff for decades. Who's the real foreteller?
The verdict ends a four-day count which effectively gives Obama a razor-thin edge of 74,000 votes to top his Republican challenger, 50% to 49.1% in this crucial battleground state.
Hurricane Sandy wrecked the NYC area and New Jersey. Millions are affected byt power outages, subway systems are crippled, and flooding is extensive. This will be a mess to clean up.
Brace for impact: Hurricane Sandy has already claimed at least 67 lives, and it's ready to rip through the Northeastern United States.
Nothing says Zombie Apocalypse in New York City like live images of the floor of the New York Stock Exchange and Grand Central Station deserted on a Monday morning.
Obama and Romney are tied at 49% in Ohio. And Republicans fear Democratic shenanigans could snatch away a razor thin Romney victory.
Willard Mitt Romney could make history by becoming the first Republican presidential candidate to win the election without carrying Ohio in over four decades.
Rasmussen says Obama and Romney are tied at 48% in Ohio, but the 3% of the Buckeye State's undecided voters could sway the state (and the election) one way or another.
Few things can persuade undecided voters this late in the race. But this video by Ne-Yo and Natasha Bedingfield, among others, will make you reelect President Obama.
Recent polls suggest that while Romney has closed the gap with President Obama, he seems to have reached his ceiling. The question is, will Obama take off?
Forget about Ohio. Virginia and Colorado may hold the key to the White House this November.
The Romney campaign has issued a memo disputing the Time magazine poll that shows Obama ahead by 5 points in the crucial battleground state of Ohio.
In a new Rolling Stone interview, in which he also calls Romney a "bullshitter," Obama says that Ayn Rand is for "misunderstood teenagers."
Gallup's national tracking poll shows Romney leading Obama 50% to 47%, as the Republican candidate tries to convey a sense of momentum by telling crowds he is the candidate of change.
The social network seems to have figured out how to make money out its mobile business model.
A new Time magazine poll found Obama and Romney tied at 45% in crucial Ohio. The president holds a big lead among early voters, while the governor dominates among independents.
Tonight, at 9:00 p.m. (ET), President Obama and Mitt Romney will clash in their third and final presidential debate from Florida. The focus will be on foreign policy and national security.
President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney head into their final debate locked in a close and bitter race, at 47% each nationally. Is tonight's debate the deal breaker?
Tonight's debate, at 9:00 p.m. (ET) from Boca Raton, Florida, will focus on foreign policy and will be host by CBS Face the Nation's Bob Schieffer.
President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney will square off tonight at 9:00 p.m. (ET) in the third and final presidential debate from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida.
C-SPAN, ABC, CBS, FOX and NBC, as well as CNN, Fox News and MSNBC among others, will broadcast the final presidential debate between President Obama and former governor Mitt Romney.
Tonight at 9:00 p.m. (ET), from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida, President Obama and his Republican challenger Mitt Romney will face off for a third and last time before Election Day.
A new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows the two candidates in a 47-47 tie among likely voters nationwide. Republicans, however, think the Obama campaign is "shrinking."
The senior Obama advisor sat with David Gregory on Meet the Press to highlight the president's supposed advantage on early voting, and dismiss the latest polls that show a Romney surge.
The Florida senator sat with David Gregory on NBC's Meet the Press and said America has gotten to see the real Mitt Romney (and she likes him).
Romney leads Obama by 4 percentage points in The Sunshine State, according to multiple polls reported by FiveThirtyEight.
Obama's Ohio lead over Romney shrank from 5 to 1 percentage points, 49% to 48%, according to Public Policy Polling (PPP).
Obama's resilient poll lead in Ohio, coupled with the Buckeye State's recent unemployment drop, will deliver the state (and reelection) to President Barack Obama.
This is it. President Obama and former governor Mitt Romney will face off for third and last time this Monday at 9:00 p.m. (ET) from Lynn University in Boca Raton, Florida. There will be blood.
For all the brouhaha about Romney making inroads among female voters, a new NBC/WSJ/Marist polls shows the gender gap between Obama and his challenger is alive and well.
Gallup's seven-day tracking poll of likely voters shows Mitt Romney leading President Obama by 7 percentage points, 52% to 45%.
President Barack Obama sat with Comedy Central's Jon Stewart for the sixth time to give Republican challenger Mitt Romney more ammunition on the Libya attack.
Though the president defeated Mitt Romney in the second debate, so far the performance hasn't stopped the Republican's momentum in the polls.
A new IBD/TIPP Daily Tracking Poll shows Obama leading Romney by just 1.5 points. The former governor has closed the gap by gaining among female, senior and independent voters.
Obama came back to life to narrowly defeat his testy Republican challenger Mitt Romney at last night's CNN town hall debate. Here are the 16 best zingers and memes.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan's muscles won him a new female fan: "Paul Ryan Girl," the conservative answer to Obama Girl. And she wants to "Get Fiscal."
Romney now leads Obama by 4 percentage points among likely voters in the crucial battleground states, according to the latest USA Today/Gallup poll.
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney will rematch tomorrow at 9:00 p.m. (ET) from Hofstra University in New York at the CNN-sponsored second presidential debate of 2012.
42% of likely and registered voters now thin the country is going in the right direction, an improvement of 13 points since August.
A slim majority, 51%, now views Romney favorably as a person, while 44% views him unfavorably.
Heading into the Hofstra debate, Obama leads in states with 201 electoral votes while Romney leads in states with 191 electoral votes. The Republican is now ahead at the national level.
The Comedy Central host sat with David Gregory to talk about Romney, Obama, Super PACs and to promote his new book "America Again: Re-Becoming the Greatness We Never Weren’t.”
Jason Sudeikis, as Joe Biden, and Taran Killam, as Paul Ryan killed it last night on Saturday Night Live. Usain Bolt topped it off with a surprise appearance.
The libertarian candidate for president is polling around the 10% mark in The Buckeye State. A small swing one way or the other could decide who will be our next president.
Fair or not, Election 2012 will come down to The Buckeye State. No Republican has ever been elected to the White House without winning Ohio.
This Tuesday at 9:00 p.m. (ET) all eyes will be on Romney and Obama who will rematch at a town hall-style debate from Hofstra University, moderated by CNN's Candy Crowley.
As Romney and Obama prepare to face off this Tuesday at Hofstra University, the GOP challenger continues to gain ground in national and swing state polls.
After a James Holmes Halloween costume idea was scrapped out of respect for the Colorado victims, the Batman shooter is back in the news with new charges.
Apple is known for launching products that are either smashing hits or forgettable misses. Which category will the upcoming iPad Mini belong to?
As the VP debate is widely regarded as draw between Biden and Ryan, a new Florida polls shows Romney opening a 7-point lead over Obama in Florida.
Joe Biden's amazing debate quotes and smirks killed it, and at the same time they were a gift from the comedy gods.
Look no further, PolicyMic.com is the place top live stream the 2012 Vice Presidential Debate.
President Obama is retaining a narrow lead in The Buckeye State despite his poor debate performance. No Republican has won the presidency without winning Ohio.
Paul Ryan and Joe Biden's bloody face off will be broadcast live by all the four networks as well as by the main cable news channels.
The one and only presidential debate will take place tonight at 9:00 p.m. (EST) from Danville, Kentucky. And there will be blood.
Judge Napolitano is right: Let Gary Johnson debate. Don't hold your breath, though, as both the Obama and Romney camps have good reasons not to pass the mic to the libertarian candidate.
Forget about "The Path to Prosperity," "Paul Ryan Shirtless" remains Google's most searched term regarding the Republican VP nominee.
Romney's debate win improved his standing in the race against Obama. The former governor now bests the president "on most personal dimensions and on most issues."
Apple will announce on October 17 when their first estimated 10 million iPad Minis will go on sale, though it's expected they'll debut right on time for the holidays.
"Fifty Shades of Grey," the movie, has taken a big step toward its anticipated production as English writer Kelly Marcel gets confirmed to adapt E.L. James' erotic novel to the big screen.
Don't expect the October 11 Vice Presidential Debate from Kentucky to be as civil (boring) as the presidential one. Ryan and Biden will go for each other's jugulars.
Is the tide turning? Or is it just a temporary bump?
Romney's assertive performance in the first presidential debate shifted the 2012 election back to horse race status. Will it remain close after the new job numbers?
According to the CNE, Chavez beat Capriles, 54% to 44%, to win another 6-year term and "deepen" his socialist Bolivarian Revolution in Venezuela and beyond.
Sandwiched between the "Denver Massacre" and the upcoming VP debate, Jon Stewart and Bill O'Reilly squared off at "The Rumble 2012." Watch the full debate here.
Elon Musk's company will send its SpaceX's Dragon spacecraft with 1,000 pounds of supplies for new scientific investigations.
"The Rumble 2012," John Stewart and Bill O'Reilly's, debate this Saturday at 8:00 p.m is the perfect hangover cure for the train wreck that was the Romney vs. Obama debate.
On the eve of the Venezuelan election, Ryan Duffy, from "Vice" magazine, ventured into the war zone of Caracas's largest slum. He found "El Prieto," a rapper who puts Jay Z to shame.
Romney came out swinging at last night's debate. Obama took a shellacking. And the polls will show it accordingly.
Girl's Generation's new video "Paparazzi" proves the K-Pop fever doesn't end with Psy. So, if you're already sick of "Gangnam Style," brace for impact because this is just the tip of the iceberg.
The U.S. release of "Skyfall," the 23rd installment of the James Bond film series, is on October 23. And some changes suggest 007 is out to get a younger crowd.
President Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney were also invited to the FEEF forum which purports to debate "the issues that unite us as opposed to the ones that divide us."
With Romney unable to stop his free falling in the polls, attention has turned to the Senate and whether Republicans will be able to snatch it from fired up Democrats.
Comedy Central's Jon Stewart, from "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart" and Fox News' Bill O'Reilly, from "The O'Reilly Factor" will debate on October 6. Here's how and where you can live stream it.
Republican vice presidential nominee Paul Ryan and New Jersey Governor Chris Christie took to the Sunday shows to assure voters that Mitt Romney will turn things around with the first debate.
Supporters of both Romney and Obama are so obsessed with their candidates that they think the world will end if other Americans consider a different option.
Christie was deployed to "Meet the Press" to fire up Romney's lagging campaign. But he was more effective at selling himself, than he was at closing the sale for Romney.
There is light at the end of the tunnel for Willard Mitt Romney.
Those who fear a Johnson surge will take votes away from Romney are wrong. The libertarian candidate stance on medical marijuana will gain him Democratic votes in Florida.
With Romney sinking in the polls, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie and VP nominee Paul Ryan are being deployed to try to revive the GOP ticket on the Sunday morning political talk shows.
The move received mixed reviews from the business community. However, it remains to be seen how users would react to the mea culpa.
Ron Paul said democracy isn't healthy if a third party candidate can't get into the debates. Now, a coalition of pro-democracy groups is calling on the Commission of Presidential Debates.
Both states give clues as to what the race is going to ultimately boil down to: it's still the economy, stupid.
The Emmy Award winning comedian tackles sexuality, race and feminism from the point of view of the beaten up middle class white American male.
In a new segment titled "Barack Obama is the Luckiest Dude on the Planet," Comedy Central's Jon Stewart summed up Americans' amazement at Obama's lead in the polls despite a poor economy.
Suddenly, all those GOP primary stories about Ron Paul being the only one able to defeat Obama are ringing incredibly true.
The Wall Street Journal/NBC News/Marist poll also found Romney's favorability is on decline while Obama's is on the rise. Is it too soon to write the GOP ticket's obituary?
Ross Perot gave independent voters a voice by winning 19% of the popular vote in the 1992 presidential election. Will Gary Johnson do the same in 2012?
While Obama's lead in swing states grows, a Republican ticket in disarray proves Romney is the last specimen of a dying GOP. Is Paul Ryan its future?
The Republican vice presidential nominee claims "there are many things that Ron Paul championed that I am a big believer in."
Let's face it; at this point, awards ceremonies are as orchestrated and predictable as political parties' conventions.
Though the first episode, directed by Jon Favreau ("Iron Man"), was bland. This post-apocalyptic dystopia has potential.
The incident started out as a personal fight at the company's dorms.
The "End the Fed" movement that debuted this weekend to protest the Federal Reserve's QE3 is just the tip of the iceberg that is Ron Paul's Revolution.
It's war for Google and Apple, after the companies’ abrupt breakup over Android. Now, Apple is reportedly trying to steal Google Maps employees to help it fix its new and controversial maps app.
Apple's new maps app is prompting online comparisons with Christopher Nolan's film "Inception." And that's not a good thing.
Pakistani Federal Railways Minister Ahmed Ghulam Bilour is offering Al Qaeda or the Taliban a $100,000 reward for the death of the producer of the anti-Islam YouTube video.
While OWS targets the abstract issue of "economic inequality," End the Fed goes after real and relevant issues which are at the forefront of this election: The Fed, Bernanke and QE3.
Obama now leads the Romney/Ryan ticket by 6 percentage points in Ryan's home state of Wisconsin.
"No Easy Day," the unauthorized account of Osama Bin Laden's raid by Mark Bissonnette, is just the beginning; the former Navy SEAL also helped develop the anti-terrorism video game.
Obama is solydifying his lead in swing states, and with less than 50 days until Election Day, it's time for Romney to buckle up once and for all.
The wait is over for Apple die-hard fans as the new iPhone 5 is finally available. However, complains about iOS maps as well as questions about Apple's profits and taxes could spell trouble.
The producers of NBC's new sci-fi dystopia "Revolution" trolled Chicago Cubs' fans with a fictional World Series title that was then fictionally revoked.
Let's face it: iPhone and iOS will never be the same without Google Maps. Luckily, there's a way of bring it back, sort of.
Despite Obama's post-convention bump, and Romney's foreign policy gaffes, the race is pretty much where it has been all along: pretty close.
Metropolitan Transportation Authority spokesman Aaron Donovan said “our hands are tied” in the controversial campaign by Pamela Geller and the American Freedom Defense Initiative.
Toronto Blue Jays Yunel Escobar wore eyeblack tape with a gay slur written on during a MLB game. Miami Marlins manager Ozzie Guillen says this is not a big deal. He's wrong.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" author EL James said on Katie Couric's show that she has three favorites to play Christian Grey. Meanwhile, the show's poll favors "White Collar's" Matt Bomer.
Jon Favreau ("Iron Man") has directed the first episode of NBC's "Revolution" which premieres tonight after "The Voice" and is available to watch for free right here, right now.
As James Eagan Holmes' lawyers ready to prepare an insanity defense on behalf of the Aurora, Colorado, gunman, here are 7 eerie quotes from his college applications.
Obama leads Romney among female Latin voters by a 71%-21% margin.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" author EL James is expected to address these and other cast rumors in her first major TV interview with Katie Couric on CBS.
The Will Ferrell-produced Bachelorette finally opened in the U.S. with Kirsten Dunst and James Marsden starring in an alcohol, male stripping and drug-filled film that makes "The Hangover" blush.
"The X Factor USA auditions continue as Britney Spears panics, Demi Lovato spits on Simon Cowell, and one Kardashian is neglected for another: just a typical day in reality television.
Remember, remember the 12 of September, the day when finally all the anticipation about Apple's much expected iPhone 5 will be fulfilled.
The Australian actor, known for "Thor," "Star Trek" and "The Avengers" is joining Ryan Gosling, Matt Bomer and Henry Cavill in the Christian Grey "Fifty Shades of Grey" sweepstakes.
Now that Obama has opened a four-point post convention lead, Romney says he'd keep Obamacare's pre-existing conditions provision.
The "San Antonio Express" has put together an amazing slideshow of Ron Paul images interacting with kids. They're worth one trillion words.
The Republican vice presidential nominee said the federal government should not interfere with states that decide to legalize pot for medical purposes.
The new online ad titled "Ya no Mas" (not anymore) seeks to capitalize on Marco Rubio's sound byte that Obama "is not a bad person, but a bad president."
"The bump is actually happening. I know there was some debate whether it would happen... but it's here," said Reuters/Ipsos pollster Julia Clark.
Let your inner goddess fly with these ten Christian Grey lines from "Fifty Shades of Grey" just like Ryan Gosling would deliver them.
The wife of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney told KWQC, in Davenport, that same sex marriage and birth control are not what this election is about.
The unusual storm ripped through quiet neighborhoods leaving broken windows and trees, and freaking neighbors out, on its wake.
The Cupertino, California, company, which will announce the release of its iPhone 5 on September 12, will take on the budding online and mobile music streaming market.
Among the government’s recommendations are to have an emergency evacuation plan, a fresh change of clothes, medications, and emergency flashlights.
Romney keeps breathing down Obama's neck on the heels of lackluster conventions and yet another dismal jobs report.
Will he or will he not? While Ron Paul's campaign manager says Ron Paul won't endorse Gary Johnson, the congressman says the Libertarian Party nominee is "wonderful."
Plouffe acknowledged, though, that the DNC would probably not cause any significant change in the polls, which remained in a statistical dead heat for Obama and Romney as Election Day approaches.
President Obama received a modest poll bounce after the Democratic National Convention, according to a new Gallup poll.
"Man of Steel" Henry Cavill is the prototype for Christian Grey in "Fifty Shades of Grey."
"White Collar's" Matt Bomer is one of the big favorites to play Christian Grey in "Fifty Shades of Grey." Here's him reciting Grey's lines.
Twitter thinks Bill Clinton made the case for four more years of Obama better than Obama. They're right.
Joe Biden cried while accepting the nomination for reelection of Vice President of the United States. Was it real or fake?
The MTV Video Music Awards has come to an end. Here's the full list of winners and nominees from the night. One Direction, Rihanna, and Chris Brown ruled the night.
In the middle of the controversy generated by the trashing of cheating Kristen Stewart by the MTV VMAs 2012 host Kevin Hart, the trailer of the new installment of "Twilight" will be released.
Brown's "Turn Up the Music" and Drake's "HYFR feat. Lil Wayne" crown a remarkable year for both performers who got involved in a New York City club brawl over princess Rihanna.
According to Lady Gaga the singer, who recently stepped into controversy by coming out as gay, stole the show during his VMA debut.
Lovato’s performance opened the 2012 MTV VMAs live musical sets in the pre-show. She won "Best Video with a Message" for her song about overcoming adversity.
Cheating Kristen Stewart will get ripped tonight at the opening monologue of the MTV VMAs 2012 by host Kevin Hart
The ladies are not listening to Bret Easton Ellis' malicious comments about Matt Bomer's sexuality: they want their Christian Grey no matter what.
MTV may have cancelled Jersey Shore but, as Jwoww and Roger Matthews engagement proves, there's still a lot going on Seaside heights on the heels of the "new Guido's" birth.
The "American Idol" runner up may be too young to vote, but not to move the audience to tears at the DNC in Charlotte.
Niall Leonard, the husband of E.L. James, the author of Fifty Shades of Grey, said Ryan Gosling was "in the frame" to play Christian Grey.
Justin Bieber's manager, Scooter Braun, has signed Psy, the Korean internet sensation whose "Gangnam Style" YouTube video has racked up over 100 million views.
In response to the First Lady of the United States's DNC 2012 speech in Charlotte, North Carolina.
The intellectual author of “you didn’t build that” will try to make the case for progressive policies after a brutal deluge of free market rhetoric coming from the RNC 2012.
August jobs numbers will come out exactly the day after Obama accepts the nomination for reelection of President of the United States.
The United Kingdom's Royal Mail is honoring Tom Daley with three mail boxes to be unveiled at the diver's hometown and training base.
The English actor, who will debut in the Christopher Nolan-produced "Man of Steel" (summer 2013), was the prototype for "Fifty Shades of Grey's" Christian Grey.
The new "Guido," born the same day American legend Neil Armstrong passed, may have prompted the cancellation of MTV's "Jersey Shore."
Goodfellow, 15, and his Cambridge Dive Team coach Marc Holdsworth would join a diver as famous for his athletic performance as for the increasing rumors about his personal life.
"Man of Steel's" Henry Cavill and "White Collar's" Matt Bomer are squaring off on YouTube on fan made "Fifty Shades of Grey" trailers portraying them as the mythical Christian Grey.
The Mount Rushmore-style Obama effigy comes on the heels of Republican attacks on the Democratic National Convention, and its 2008 Greek columns.
The "Transformers" actress and model, who is in a relationship with "The Expendables 2’s" Jason Statham, says so on ITV’s “The Jonathan Ross Show.”
Pundits are up in arms for what they perceive as Clint Eastwood's incoherent speech at the RNC 2012. Here are 5 reasons why they're wrong.
Deneeta Pope wishes Paul Ryan well, but she probably won’t be voting for him in November.
The "Magic Mike" and "White Collar" actor has been deemed as too gay to play Christian Grey in "Fifty Shades of Grey" the movie. He’s not.
A new Facebook poll found that the "American Psycho" and "The Dark Knight Rises" actor is actually a new favorite to play the main role in "Fifty Shades of Grey" the movie.
It was just a matter of time before someone came up with the idea of a Cat Internet Film Festival. The Minneapolis Walker Art Center is genius.
Forget about Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, Ryan Seacrest's upward mobility journey from a chubby Georgia teen to a media mogul in the making is the true American Dream.
"I'm feeling bad, please stop me. Do something. Help me," was James Eagan Holmes' message to University of Colorado psychiatrist Dr. Lynne Fenton.
The Old Bridge, New Jersey, supermarket shooting in which Christina LoBrutto (18), Bryan Breen (24) and gunman Tyler (23) died on Friday was eerily tweeted in 2009 by the disturbed ex Marine.
Full remarks of Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney as he accepts the GOP's 2012 nomination.
Five highlights from Florida Senator Marco Rubio's speech introducing Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney at the RNC 2012.
Florida Senator Marco Rubio, who was on the short list to be Mitt Romney's running mate, will present the Republican presidential nominee. Here are his remarks.
The former governor of Florida claimed Republicans side with students, and Democrats with "powerful unions."
Gingrich delivered a joint speech with wife Calista where he contrasted Reagan's vision to that of Obama.
Ryan Gosling, Alexis Biebel, Matt Bomer and Henry Cavill have started populating YouTube on fan-made “trailers” of "50 Shades of Grey" the movie.
The Cupertino company will reportedly offer $345 for each used iPhone 4, to the lucky users who get to buy the new iPhone 5 once it releases on September 21.
MTV has finally heard the prayers of "Jersey Shore" haters, and made the last call for the controversial Seaside Heights series.
50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, Diddy, LL Cool J, Missy Elliott, A Tribe Called Quest and Mariah Carey were some of the music legends Ligthy produced.
“Man of Steel’s” Henry Cavill, who is currently promoting “Cold Light of Day” with Sigourney Weaver and Bruce Willies, faces almost no competition to clinch the role of Christian Grey.
"What Makes you Beautiful" already won the British boy band two MTV VMAs. Get the upcoming performance and live updates here.
The Sports Illustrated model, famous for her banned YouTube "Cat Daddy" video, committed a tech faux pas regarding Apple and Samsung ongoing war.
Forget about Chris Christie and Ann Romney, female black Mormon conservative Mia Love is Mitt Romney's secret weapon.
A Mormon church-owned Utah NBC Affiliate considers the sitcom, about gay adoption, “inappropriate” for its audience.
The two-time London 2012 gold medalist sat with Oprah Winfrey in “Oprah’s Next Chapter” to open up about racial bullying.
The London 2012 Bronze medalist will join Team GB’s Jessica Ennis, Mo Farah and Chris Hoy as guests of the popular British show.
Though it’s almost sure that "Fifty Shades of Grey’s" main role will go to Ryan Gosling, Henry Cavill or Aleksander Skarsgard, who will play young Christian Grey? Here are 25 options.
However, "The Donald" still thinks Mitt Romney has “a great heart” and that he and Paul Ryan will save Medicare while Obama would "dissolve it" if reelected.
The aspiring First Couple told Fox News Sunday's Chris Wallace, from their New Hampshire summer home, that they love to shop at wholesale retailer Costco.
Hey girl, “Fifty Shades of Grey’s” Christian Grey is Ryan Gosling, Henry Cavill or Aleksander Skarsgard.
He lost “Man of Steel” to Henry Cavill, and is considered a long shot (at best) to play Christian Grey in "Fifty Shades of Grey." Why is America’s hunkiest also the most underrated?
The 18-year-old British diver has re-ignited rumors about his sexuality, by friend-zoning supposed girlfriend Cook.
Now that Paul is planning on retiring from public service, he should continue educating Americans about liberty and the Constitution through upcoming appearances, books and speeches.
Britain’s newest golden boy and girlband Girls Aloud are fans of each other, especially Daley and member Cheryl Cole.
The former Marine was detained for psychiatric evaluation after posting anti-government messages on his Facebook profile.
Though Republicans are reluctant to cancel, or even delay, their gathering; Vice President Joe Biden canceled his Tampa trip because of concern that the trip may disrupt disaster planning.
The Apollo 11 astronaut who took “one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind” has passed away.
Just when “Man of Steel” Henry Cavill seemed to have "Fifty Shades of Grey’s" main role in a lock, along comes "True Blood’s" Alexander Skarsgard with his own Christian Grey-themed cologne ad.
The short video tribute will be shown on Thursday to acknowledge Paul’s contribution to the national debate, as well as try to rally his supporters into the presumptive GOP ticket.
"I have an agent and I love fashion and modeling and all that kind of stuff," the unimpressed 17-year-old Olympic medalist said.
The British Olympic diver’s media blitz has no end in sight. Daley is spotted going out with rumored girlfriend Kassidy Cook, while rumors say he’ll start in One Direction’s next video.
'Man of Steel' Henry Cavill, who is said to be the prototype for Christian Grey, is reportedly in talks with the producers of 'Fifty Shades of Grey' the upcoming movie.
"Fifty Shades of Grey" helped to increase Barnes & Noble's revenue by 2% -- to $1.45 billion from $1.42 billion.
Though domestic violence advocates have called for the public burning of "Fifty Shades of Grey," the book -- and upcoming movie -- does more good than harm.
Watch the 2008 commercial that demonstrates the fictional character Christian Grey was actually inspired in "Man of Steel" Henry Cavill.
1D, the popular British boy band, has officially invaded America; not only to serenade teenagers with Justin Bieber-like tunes, but also to potentially influence the outcome of the 2012 Election.
It seems that Team GB’s bronzed golden boy has finally decided to put some clothes on. Here’s who he is seeking fashion advice from, and other things you probably didn’t know about Tom Daley.
Though Maroney came across as a sore loser in London 2012, she has been such a good sport regarding her “not impressed” meme.
Scott directed Tom Cruise and Kelly McGillis in 'Top Gun,' as well as Eddie Murphy in 'Beverly Hills Cop II.'
In an Election 2012 dominated by Tumblr memes comparing Paul Ryan to Ryan Gosling, it was just a matter of time until someone suggested the GOP VP to play Christian Grey in 'Fifty Shades of Grey'
These are the 13 facts about the newly minted Republican presidential ticket American Olympic gymnast McKayla Maroney is not impressed about.
If you can’t get enough of English Olympic diver Tom Daley (and we know you can’t) here’s “F*ck Yeah Tom Daley,” the Ryan Gosling-inspired Tumblr meme that's heating up the internet.
Team Henry or Team Ryan? The gloves are off in the fight for the most coveted role in the upcoming ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ the movie.
Step aside Justin Bieber and Rihanna, gymnast McKayla Maroney, swimmer Ryan Lochte and British superstar diver Tom Daley are the world’s new pop sensations.
The British diver will show off his new Olympic tattoo at ITV’s 'The Jonathan Ross Show,' along with model Kelly Brook and fellow Olympian Usain Bolt.
The 'Transformers' star will shoot explicit sex scenes in Lars von Trier's upcoming 'Nymphomaniac.' This is why he would be a perfect Christian Grey in 'Fifty Shades of Grey' the movie.
Tom Daley, the British diver who won bronze in the London 2012 Olympics, has fans lining up overnight for the chance of catching a glimpse of the English national hero.
To be fair and balanced, the image is from 6 years ago when the congressman and newly minted Republican vice presidential nominee hadn't started his famous P90X workout.
Now that the Republican vice presidential nominee and the popular Canadian actor’s personas are intertwined in American pop culture, expect Paul Ryan versions of all things Gosling.
The former Versace model, and star of ’27 Dresses’ and the upcoming ‘Bachelorette,’ is surging as a strong contender for the coveted role of Christian Grey in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ the movie.
The singer said she felt "concerned and protective" of Brown as he chocked and punched her on the even of the 2009 Grammy Awards.
Emily Zanotti, Lyndsey Fifield and Lindsey Dodge created the Tumblr blog “Hey Girl, It’s Paul Ryan,” back when nobody thought the congressman from Wisconsin stood a chance of becoming Romney’s VP
British national hero Tom Daley thanked Plymouth College on Twitter for the straight As he obtained in Spanish and Math. Did his bronze medal help him score the excellent grades?
Facebook's stock hit a new low on Thursday, as their "lock up" period expired.
The star of the upcoming “Man of Steel” (2013) has surged as a potential contender to be cast as Christian Grey in the upcoming film version of “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
“I’ll be at my peak then,” says the British diver turned teen heartthrob who won bronze in London 2012 while facing Twitter love and hate.
New York investment banker Edward Sonderling and girlfriend Frankie Santiago lived in real life what Christian Grey and Anastasia Steel do in “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
Olympic British diver Tom Daley, the UK’s most wanted, is being courted by Girls Aloud’s Cheryl Cole, loved by One Direction and given advice by no other than David Beckham.
Conversely, it also offers Republicans an opportunity to bring their fiscally conservative message to younger voters through the use of social media.
Dimitry Rogozin blasted the Material Girl on Twitter for supporting the Russian female punk rock band, charged by Vladimir Putin’s government with “hooliganism” in a Soviet-style trial.
American diver and Olympic gold medalist David Boudia has revealed the contents of his iPad to his worldwide fans.
A gunman was killed by police after shooting five people and killing two, including Constable Bryan Bachman, 41, who was trying to serve an eviction note.
Modeling for Annie Leibovitz and a new gig on the Golf Channel will offer the most decorated Olympian of all time, and girlfriend Megan Rosee, a way to support their new globe-trotting lifestyle.
Debbie Daley denies the 18-year-old Olympic bronze winner is dating rumored girlfriend swimmer Kaddisy Cook.
The U.S. diver who defeated China's Qiu Bo and England's Tom Daley for the Olympic Gold has just gotten engaged to Sonnie Brand.
George Michael, Muse, and Ed Sheeran will join to try to spice up the London 2012 Olympic Closing Ceremony, after complains that the opening one was too boring.
McKayla Maroney, Alex Morgan, Aly Raisman, and other amazing American female Olympians have brought Team USA back to the top in London 2012.
Ryan Lochte is reportedly being considered for 'Dancing With the Stars' and 'The Bachelor.' He, and these other 24 athletes, could also play Christian Grey if they take on acting.
Though Matthew Mitcham, from Australia, is the only openly gay diver in the London 2012 Olympics, rumors abound about Tom Daley and other male divers and gymnasts.
30-year-old virgin Jones plans on bonding with the New York Jets quaterback about how hard it is to remain pure until marriage.