07:36 AM EDT 07/09/2014
Originally posted 07/06/2014 09:30AM
"Hey, Hillz! Nice meeting you. Lemme write you a song when you run for president!"
That's basically how Katy Perry followed up her meeting with Hillary Clinton at a book signing last Friday. And Clinton seemed down with it, oddly enough.
Originally posted 02/26/2014 08:05AM
Gov. Jan Brewer returned to Arizona on Tuesday and faced a pressing decision about a bill on her desk that has prompted a national debate over religious and gay rights.
Originally posted 06/03/2013 08:20AM
U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona and his wife Cindy shared in a happy occasion Saturday night – the wedding of their son Jack McCain to Renee Swift, the senator's rep confirms.
The younger McCain, 27, serves as a lieutenant in the Navy, stationed in Guam where he is a helicopter pilot. Swift, 29, a Bay area native, is a captain in the USAF reserve. The couple met in Guam.
The wedding ceremony was held at San Francisco's Grace Cathedral, with a reception following at the California Academy of Sciences, said the rep.
Originally posted 06/13/2012 04:00PM
Meghan McCain has officially gone green – as in, marijuana green.
During an appearance on Tuesday's Tonight Show with Jay Leno, McCain discussed her new book, America, You Sexy Bitch, which includes a section about her advocating for the legalization of pot.
"I was living in Los Angeles very briefly last year, and I was shocked at how people here smoke weed the way people in New York pour wine," she said. "Once I started doing research onto the economic benefits for our country by decriminalizing marijuana, I decided to come out publicly in support of it."
Originally posted 03/16/2012 01:55PM
Meghan McCain keeps her clothes on in the latest issue of Playboy, but she doesn't hold back when it comes to baring her personal life.
Making it clear she's "not a lesbian," McCain – the 27-year-old daughter of Republican Sen. John McCain – tells the magazine, "I'm not private about anything. I can't help it. I love sex and I love men."
The Arizona native may deny she likes women, but that's not keeping her away from surrounding herself with people who date the same sex.
Originally posted 03/12/2012 11:05AM
Neither appears to have seen it, but Sarah Palin and John McCain both took shots this weekend at Game Change, the HBO movie about their unsuccessful 2008 presidential campaign. The film premiered Saturday night.
Palin, 48, portrayed in the film by Julianne Moore, told Fox News before the premiere that she was "not concerned about an HBO movie based on a false narrative when there are so many other things to be concerned about."
She added: "I believe my family has the right priorities and knows what really matters. For instance, our son called from Afghanistan yesterday and he sounded good, and that's what matters. Being in the good graces of Hollywood's 'Team Obama' isn't top of my list."
Originally posted 02/22/2012 08:15AM
Originally posted 03/10/2011 03:05PM
While Julianne Moore is brushing up on her Alaskan accent to play Sarah Palin in HBO's upcoming film Game Change, producers are going to need someone to play her former running mate, Sen. John McCain.
The movie, based on John Heilemann and Mark Halperin's bestselling book of the same name, is about McCain's 2008 presidential run.
So who in Hollywood could take on Arizona's war hero senator?
Originally posted 06/09/2010 06:10PM
"U r right, I would never tax your tanning bed! Pres Obama's tax/spend policy is quite The Situation. but I do rec wearing sunscreen!"
Sen. John McCain Tweeted to Jersey Shore star Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi, after the reality star complained, "I don't go tanning-tanning anymore because Obama put a 10 percent tax on tanning ... And I feel like he did that intentionally for us."
Originally posted 09/02/2009 09:25AM
Cindy McCain, the wife of U.S. Senator and former GOP presidential candidate John McCain, has suffered from severe migraines for over 15 years but has never spoken out about it – until now.
In this week's PEOPLE magazine, McCain, 54, reveals her painful condition in the hope of raising awareness and encouraging more research. She says one of her first challenges was finding the words to describe how painful the headaches can be. When she first told her husband, a former POW during the Vietnam War, she used a word she knew he would understand.
"Torture," she says. "Being tied to a chair for four days. I can't imagine how unbearable that pain must have been, but yeah, I can, because a migraine may come close."
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