It's not something you and I have to worry about, but for celebrities, the mundane tasks of going to the grocery store and pumping gas often turn into spectacles with swarming paparazzi.

Thankfully, that is soon to be somewhat quelled thanks in part to Halle Berry and Jennifer Garner's testimony in front of the California Legislature as to just how detrimental this is to their lives.

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Pfc. Bradley Manning told a military judge during a sentencing hearing Wednesday that he is sorry he hurt the United States, and vowed to be a better person.

Manning, who leaked hundreds of thousands of sensitive military and diplomatic documents to the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks, asked for leniency.

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It's not often that the world of politics, movies and comedy melds together so perfectly as they do in the following picture, Tweeted out by the White House earlier today.

It would make Regina George proud:

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The rodeo clown who donned a President Obama mask over the weekend - and asked the crowd if it wants to see him get run down by a bull - has been banned from the Missouri State Fair by event officials.

While the identity of the clown remains unknown, the Missouri Rodeo Cowboys Association has issued a statement in which it extends "a sincere apology for the inappropriate act during the Bull Riding at the Saturday performance of the MRCA Rodeo."

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