U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, a rising Republican political star, is not being vetted by Mitt Romney for the Vice Presidential nomination, according to reports.

It was widely assumed that even if he didn't get the nod, Rubio, 41, would at least be on Romney's short list of possible V.P. picks for obvious reasons.

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Demi Lovato has been through a lot.

We don't mean life struggles, despite the well-documented personal issues this singer has faced. We're referring to hair colors and styles! The new X Factor judge likes to mix it up!

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Go Lizard. It's your birthday. We gonna ...

Yeah. This viral video pretty much speaks for itself. Scintillating footage of a small lizard crossing the road is overdubbed with 50 Cent's seminal hip hop smash hit "In Da Club," creating the impression that the reptile is showing off some sick dance moves.

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Simply put, it is on between Microsoft and Apple.

The computer giant announced direct competition for the iPad yesterday at a press event in Los Angeles, unveiling the Surface tablet, a device outlined by Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer as a “companion hardware innovation” for Windows 8.

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The production company that somehow hired Lindsay Lohan for in Lifetime's Liz & Dick is pissed that she crashed her car ... as she isn't supposed to drive at all.

The insurance policy the production company took out made it crystal clear that the hot mess is not allowed to get behind the wheel in any way, shape or form.

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Get those fists out and prepare to start pumping again, television viewers: Arsenio Hall is on his way back to late-night!

The Celebrity Apprentice winner has confirmed to Entertainment Tonight that he has signed a deal with CBS affiliates to once again host a program - Hall won multiple Emmys in the 1990s and chatted up such guests as Bill Clinton and Magic Johnson - starting in 2013.

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Last night's America's Got Talent auditions were a hodgepodge of good contestants and epic failures the producers conveniently decided to place near the end so we'd remember them during Vegas week.

We started with a pig and ended with a woman full of Olympic spirit. In between? Which acts have a chance to advance far this summer? Read on. Find out. Chime in.

The second annual Critics' Choice TV Awards were held Monday at the Beverly Hilton, and some of the winners were a bit more surprising than others.

Critical favorites ranging from Breaking Bad and Modern Family were well represented on ballots from the Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

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