The presidential election is getting closer and more serious by the day. Whichever candid that wins will have a lot to handle. However, most situations can lend itself to a joke and the presidential election is no exception. Below are a collection of Election 2012 funny videos from Late Night with Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel Live, and YouTube.
Celebuzz recently did an exclusive interview with Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte who says he's in talks with E! about getting his own reality television show.
There comes a point where you can call yourself an adult. And the confirmation doesn’t necessarily come at a Church but potentially in a dorm room, a first apartment, or even outside of a bar.
Whether you consider yourself a Republican or Democrat, Independent or blissfully unaware, one thing's for certain when it comes to President Barack Obama: the man can sing.
What do we really know about Betty White? Is she really as old as she claims? Or is this "90th Birthday Party" all a sham to get gifts? resident Obama (Or Barack as he likes to be known around here) is also pretty skeptical about the whole thing and he's asked her to do the responsible thing and release her birth certificate.
GOP presidential candidates Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney came out ahead in Tuesday's Iowa Caucus. President Obama, America's Commander in Chief, announced a new defense plan on Thursday that would cut $487 billion from the Pentagon's defense budget in the next ten years. Iran is getting closer to creating dangerous nuclear weapons.
If you've been on the internet at some point since Tuesday night (and if you're reading this, then yes, I'm talking to you), then you've probably read one headline or another about the Iowa Caucus. But what happens when over 120,000 votes are tallied and a candidate leads by only eight votes? Should we even care about these caucuses at all?
Senate Republicans blocked President Obama’s hu-mun-go jobs plan when it went up for vote in Congress this week. The $447 billion bill included a number of incentives and policies that Obama said would increase job growth, support small, struggling businesses and ultimately bolster the still-faltering economy. Fortunately or not, enough of Congress didn’t agree.
I think that most college women want to be informed on current events and the news but they feel like they can’t. Log onto CNN.com or The New York Times website and there is so much information- what is the most important? The most current? What actually matters? What is relevant to me? Well wonder no more, CollegeCandies, because every Monday I’ll be bringing you up to date on the biggest news stories in a quick, concise manner.
The Middle East, Iraq, Iran, Libya, Recession, Depression, Stimulus, Democrats, Republicans, Congress- sometimes the big issues in today's world can make your head spin. There's so much going on and it's tough to keep up with all the details, but even though it's hectic, the big issues can have a big impact on your life, your career, and your future. Lucky for you, I've taken the top headlines and condensed them into easy-to-read tidbits with all the info you need to know. And trust me, this is the stuff you need to know.
The former leader of the Ivory Coast, Laurent Gbagbo, was arrested on Monday after months of refusing to concede power to the rightfully elected president, Alassane Ouattara. Ever since the election back in November, the country has been in the throes of a violent standoff between supporters of Gbagbo and Ouattara. Unfortunately, though, the violence hasn’t ended.
Since last Tuesday, Egyptians unhappy with their authoritative government have taken to the streets in protest. Inspired by the week prior’s events in Tunisia, the protesters are calling for the resignation of Egyptian President Hosni Murabak and the in-statement of a democratic government. So far, though, American politicians have remained pretty quiet on their stance on the week’s riots.
President Obama gave his second State of the Union address last night, and ooooo-weeee was it good. No matter how you feel about the man, it’s impossible to deny that his oratory skills are a huge part of what got him where he is today. In my opinion, last night’s speech didn’t disappoint.