"Sandy was absolutely pivotal in winning the election for Obama," said Democratic strategist Eileen Yater. "Her ability to make everyone completely forget about Benghazi and the economy proves that she is an ideal presidential candidate for the next election."
Whether you're white or Caucasian, a man or have a Y chromosome, this election was about fighting for your rights so that we may continue to be the greatest nation to ever exist in the history of the earth, cosmos, universe or otherwise undiscovered universe. We're really good.
With all the "real people" polls going around, who has taken the time to ask the Super Heroes what they think? I certainly have. I went to Wizard World ComicCon in Austin and asked the critical questions of our "heroes."
Some novelists have expressed concerns about these findings and vowed to continue using the terms "warm-hearted" and "cold-hearted" in the conventional sense, even if the scientific data contradicts this usage.
Travelling northeast to Iraq, President Romney will take great delight in sampling the hummus and pine nuts. He will, of course, scold the locals for making him wear one of those uncomfortable flak jackets.
The stars of The Lizzie Bennet Diaries YouTube phenomenon -- Ashley Clements (Lizzie Bennet) and Daniel Vincent Gordh (William Darcy) -- join What's Trending to answer fan questions about the webcam adaptation of Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Upon hearing of a storm, you will receive a flurry of concerned texts. Most will be from your mom. Both the Nexus 4 and the HTC Windows Phone 8X feature screens large enough to show your friends the earnest messages while you mock the woman who gave you life.
Mindy Kaling's self-absorbed, superficial character has to carry "The Mindy Project," but she is simply not capable of bringing the kind of depth and nuance that Dr. Lahiri needs to make her either sympathetic or fascinating.
The thing about me is that I don't know or care about sports at all. I'm even skeptical that other people genuinely like sports, rather than the proto-nationalist emotional catharsis of being fans. But with heart and mind open, I sought to understand.
"Honey, grab the kids, Mitt's on the line! I'm going to put it on speakerphone. Aw, isn't that nice of him, taking time out of his schedule to call us directly? You've got my vote, Governor! Thanks for calling!"
I got caught reading Craig Ferguson's memoir, American on Purpose, today. What I said to the educated professional thumbing through my diversion was, "You should've caught me Monday. I was reading about Shakespeare, which is much more impressive." The first part of that's true.