A Montana state representative introduced legislation this week that would reclassify the wearing of yoga pants, bicycling shorts and tight swimsuits as indecent exposure.
Holly Hobby Lobby, a breakout Tea Party sweetheart of 2014, was ironically caught cheating on her husband at a family values meeting on November’s election night. After initially denying the story, she admitted it’s all true…
Reversing its position after the reported North Korea hacking, Sony has announced that it will be releasing The Interview on Christmas day as originally planned — both in theaters and via video on demand!
UPDATE - Seth Rogen and James Franco respond to the news in the hilarious manner in which you would expect.
Semi-Homemade‘s Sandra Lee will be the de facto first lady of New York for four more years following long-term boyfriend Governor Andrew Cuomo’s reelection yesterday. Find out more about their relationship and what she says about getting married…
Normally the term “cup of coffee” is reserved for professional sports, but the alkaloid reference also seems very appropriate to describe Vice President Joe Biden’s son Hunter Biden’s stint in the Navy Reserve, which lasted all of nine months after he reportedly tested positive for cocaine less than two months after being commissioned an ensign.
Earlier this year, Bravo brought us Southern Charm, a reality show following the lives of Charleston, South Carolina’s elite. The show introduced us to a variety of characters including Thomas Ravenel. Since filming ended, he and his (much younger girlfriend) welcomed a daughter and decided that Thomas will run for Senate an Independent Conservative. Check out his new ad.
Hundreds of households around Fayetteville, Ark. received an automated phone call this week from 19 Kids and Counting‘s Michelle Duggar. Unlike the familiar message of love she and her family promote on the TLC show, Michelle encouraged area residents to speak out against an anti-discrimination ordinance. According to Arkansas Times, the ordinance would “prohibit discrimination […]
Meet Bob Frey: Minnesota political candidate believes in blowtorch sperm, thinks The Flintstones was real
Since the initial election this May, Frey has put the maxim “There’s no such thing as bad publicity” to the test. Find out what he’s said, and when he’ll face his opponent in the runoff.
The former senator and Secretary of State’s recent comments at a book signing bear scrutiny. While the Clintons did face a massive debt after leaving the White House, they also had massive earning power. The couple has earned nine figures in total income since 2001.
The thirty-plus-year veteran of the Senate is accused of bribing officials as part of the get-out-the-vote effort that helped Cochran win last week’s primary election.