Miss Louisiana had to answer one of the most difficult and oddly placed political questions I’ve ever seen in the history of the pageant.
The state of New York has raised the minimum age to buy cigarettes to 21 in the latest initiative to encourage healthier lifestyles in residents.
The White House Correspondents Dinner has always been a tradition in which the President and Vice President of the United States engage with their press corps and endure some comedic jabs. This year though, the Comedian-in-Chief may have owned them all!
Florida State Democratic Senator Dwight Bullard filed an amendment to Senate Bill 296 that would change the title of the amendment to “An act relating to the zombie apocalypse” and filed a separate amendment to modify other language within the bill.
Two reporters from Toronto’s ‘The Globe and Mail’ have reportedly viewed recently filmed footage of Rob Ford once again partaking in crack cocaine, and now the mayor has stepped down in order to ‘get help’.
To say this is just important is almost an insult. President Obama, Vice President Biden, Daniel Craig, Benicio Del Toro, Dulé Hill, Seth Meyers and Steve Carell are putting an end to sexual assault, and calling on everyone to help.
Zack Galifianakis returns with another edition of ‘Between Two Ferns’, and his special guest this time is…President Barack Obama?!
At the beginning of the year, Colorado and Washington legalized the sale and use of marijuana. Less than three months later, we have PSAs about driving while high.
Minnesota State Representative Pat Garofalo tweeted…:
The former Alaska governor decided to add some ‘spice’ to Dr. Seuss’s ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ by making it political.
Everyone’s favorite crack-smoking, hard-drinking, body-slamming, reggae-dancing, football-playing mayor, Rob Ford, was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! last night and the host did not let him off easy.
You may have heard of Arizona’s SB 1062, which has stirred up a lot of pots this week.
Basically, Seth Rogen killed it. Yesterday, Seth Rogen spoke before members of Senate at a hearing on Alzheimer’s Research. This is how he began: