Instagram unveiled a new user agreement that infuriated celebs who were worried that their pictures would become the property of the app. “Facebook, aka weird kid brother who steals all our s***, get out of our Instagram! You ruined the party. I hate you,” tweeted actress Olivia Wilde. Read More
Anderson Cooper has had enough from Star Jones and he’s not going to take it anymore. When asked if he felt any different after he came out in July, he replied, “The only thing that did kind of annoy me … Star Jones of all people,” said Anderson. Jones had accused Cooper of coming out in an effort to boost his ratings, because, you know, being gay is a huge draw in TV news. Read More
He promised us he would “be back,” this time with a tell-all biography, “Total Recall: My Unbelievably True Life Story.” No, Arnie, we believe you — especially since even the title of your book contains fractured English.
Former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger’s tome is full of his “success stories” and “failures,” such as that one dumb thing he did when he was married — you know, getting the maid pregnant. Read More
Victoria Hearst, Patty’s sister and a native San Franciscan, has a thing or two to say to her family’s Hearst Corp., the publishers of Cosmopolitan magazine. Read More
Congressman Anthony Weiner continued his bizzare media blitz last night, rift with gaffes.When asked by Rachel Maddow last night whether the picture was his, Weiner answered "I'll leave it to your viewers to make that determination." Read More
Those who call it "fake news" may wish to reconsider giving Fox News Channel free advertising: FNC and Cablevision have announced a new multi-year carriage agreement, continuing Fox's presence in homes throughout New York, New Jersey, and my native Connecticut. Read More
Anderson Cooper describes the "pandemonium" that brushed his CNN crew today, as he continues his coverage of the Egyptian protests.
It’s not mentioned much now, but in the late summer of 2008, a major hurricane, Gustav, was in the Gulf of Mexico and headed toward New Orleans, threatening a replay of the disastrous Katrina experience. On September 1, 2008, Barack Obama, fresh from his Roman-colonnade speech on the final night of the Democratic convention in Denver, talked to CNN’s Anderson Cooper about Gustav and the Gulf. The question: As president, could he handle an emergency like that? Oba Read More
In case you missed it, Friday’s Anderson Cooper 360 featured professional chef Anthony Bourdain comparing the Tea Party to supporters of George Wallace – the infamous 1968 presidential candidate – and those responsible for the Martin Luther King assassination. “You’re looking at, I think, basicall Read More