In an interview at the CPAC convention, Stephen Baldwin referred to President Obama as “homey.” Stephen is the one the other Baldwin brothers referred to as “adopted.”
There’s an online effort to Indiana rocker John Mellencamp to run for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Democratic Sen. Evan Bayh. His support comes from a coalition of American kids, guys in small towns and cougars.
The wife of televangelist Benny Hinn filed for divorce after 30 years of marriage because of irreconcilable differences. He believed he could raise the dead but she kept saying she had a headache.
Health officials distributed 100,000 condoms at the Winter Olympics. That sounds like a lot but over half were for the support teams of the male figure skaters.
In a recent interview, former Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said that during the 2008 financial crisis, he felt like he was “boiling in oil,” unable to sleep at night and subject to dry heaving. The feelings passed when his staff reminded him that it wasn’t his money.
Rapper Lil Wayne underwent eight root canals in a single day to get ready for his one-year prison sentence. He’ll be pretty disappointed when he finds out chewing through the bars only works in cartoons.
A British department store announced it will feature size 16 mannequins to model clothes because the average British woman is a size 16. Victoria’s Secret tried using full-figured mannequins once but they made the thongs disappear.
A suburban Chicago urology practice plans to advertise its vasectomy services during college basketball's March Madness tournament. Nothing like NCAA tournament to remind you that your seeds are being eliminated.
It took doctors in Prague five months to figure out that a Czech woman’s abdominal pain was caused by a foot-long medical tool left behind when she had surgery. Besides the pain, the spatula-shaped instrument was also causing her to flip over in bed.
The White House and the Education Department are holding a contest for public high schools where the winner gets President Obama to speak at their commencement ceremony. When the contest was announced, students at Ronald Reagan High School began cheering, “We’re Number 48,754!”