Arnold, this is a doozy of a cheating scandal. No doubt your children also knew their step-sibling without knowing that they were related. How disconcerting is that?
With the bombshell that Arnold had a baby 10 years ago...
Wow, this is Arnold Schwarzenegger's most embarrassing pregnancy since Junior. On the other hand, this could be considered the Governator's single most Kennedy-esque moment yet.
This week, talk radio pundits, desperate to turn the conversation away from the success of the bin Laden mission, worked themselves into a faux lather over the Obamas inviting Common to appear at a White House poetry night. Thankfully, the Ghost of Sister Souljah Moments Past did not make an appearance at the event. Elsewhere, troubled marriages grabbed the headlines, with news of Arnold and Maria's separation, the Senate Ethics Committee's scathing report on John Ensign's sordid conduct, and thrice-wed Newt Gingrich's announcement that he was running for president. Meanwhile, joke writers all across America rejoiced with word of the extensive collection of porn found at Osama's Abbottabad compound (insert burka double entendre here). On a personal note, my youngest daughter officially says farewell to her teen years today -- Happy 20th birthday, Isabella!
In light of the separation and potential divorce between Maria Shriver and Arnold Schwarzenegger, here are some thoughts from first-hand experience about how a split can be transformational.
Arnold and Maria could have experienced the true life of Californians. Instead, they moved further and further away from the lives of most Americans, and perhaps they moved further and further away from each other.
Doing business and philanthropy with style. That's the idea behind Project360, a clothing and accessories retail business founded by high school student Patrick Schwarzenegger and two friends.
Despite the forces of sexism, exploitation, harassment, and unequal pay, women can reflect proudly this International Women's Day, and rally around women and their successes.
The shunting aside of the Kennedy miniseries by the History Channel shows the supremacy of the Eastern establishment over the celebrity mosh pit that has become America.
Some of Tyson's poetry will appear in the April issue of Oprah Winfrey's O Magazine, and he is apparently quite serious about it. He'll be sharing a poem that has "deep personal meaning."
The dust is still settling on Brown's resounding landslide victory by a margin of more than 1.2 million votes over billionaire Meg Whitman. The race was by far the costliest non-presidential campaign in American history.
While we women stand on the shoulders of Justice O'Connor and Justice Ginsburg because they broke down barriers, we also stand at the checkout line staring at Jessica Simpson's thighs because they make headlines.
While "The Shriver Report" sounds technical and does present new academic research, it is accessible and a must read for everyone.
Is it really almost over? California Republicans' Golden Parachute Twins, Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina, are bringing distinctly odd notes to their closing efforts to catch Jerry Brown and Barbara Boxer in the races for governor and U.S. senator.
Maria Shriver says that she now understands that being outside your comfort zone doesn't mean you can't do it, you can't handle it, or that you are powerless. It just means that you are uncomfortable.
Despite running against the biggest spending candidate in American history, Jerry Brown is in command in the race for governor of California.