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Originally posted 10/16/2015 02:15PM
If Hillary Clinton fulfills her dream of becoming America's first grandmother-in-chief, she may want to take some cross-party pointers from Ann Romney.
Originally posted 05/16/2015 11:10AM
Mitt Romney threw punches – and punchlines – in a goofy boxing match against Evander Holyfield Friday night that raised nearly $1 million for charity.
Originally posted 05/13/2015 12:50PM
Mitt Romney bowed out of the 2016 presidential contest but will be back in the ring on Friday for a more literal slugfest – facing off against boxer Evander Holyfield.
Originally posted 04/30/2015 03:05PM
Montel Williams has found purpose through misfortune, by working to help others who suffer from multiple sclerosis and other brain diseases.
Originally posted 04/27/2015 04:00PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4199266042001" "" "" "auto"] If politics makes strange bedfellows, it might be said that disease makes united – and determined – ones.
Originally posted 10/17/2012 11:10AM
Both ladies wore the hue for Tuesday night's presidential debate, but who wore it better?
Originally posted 10/04/2012 11:45AM
During the first of three presidential debates Wednesday night, the hottest topic on social media wasn't the economy. It wasn't job creation. It wasn't even the word "trillion" – although that word got thrown around a lot.
It was the 8'2" yellow feathered Muppet, Big Bird.
While debating President Barack Obama, Republican candidate Mitt Romney said he would cut programs funded by borrowed dollars from China – PBS included. "I like PBS, I love Big Bird," Romney said, "but I'm not going to keep on spending money on things, to borrow money from China to pay for it."
The comment ignited a firestorm, with parody accounts for Big Bird and his fellow, presumed unemployed Sesame Street residents springing up immediately, and Twitter's best snarkologists – and celebrities – took to the social network to share their thoughts on the childhood icon's endangered status.
Originally posted 08/29/2012 09:45AM
As the mother of five sons, Ann Romney knows a thing or two about the modern family – and motherhood.
"It's the moms of this nation – single, married, widowed – who really hold this country together," Romney said Tuesday night at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., where her husband Mitt Romney is the party's presidential nominee.
So, what is this mom's favorite TV show? The top-rated, Emmy-winning ABC sitcom Modern Family, she said in an interview with The Insider.
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