Trump doesn’t hesitate to label something sad. In fact, he says it rather often, in both a serious way (when something actually brings him sorrow) or as an insult (when it’s a synonym for pathetic). By our count, he’s said it 64 times on Twitter alone. These are the people,
Still feeding off last week's news about Stewart's not-so-secret meetings with Barack Obama, Howard Kurtz and others at Fox continued to harp on the Daily Show host for serving as an unofficial mouthpiece for the administration. But their evidence, outside of Stewart and Obama's generally similar political ideologies, wasn't exactly full proof — still,
First seen minding his hogs and cows, Bob is both a farmer and a prideful logger of three decades who lives with his wife, Polly (Philadelphia actress Polly MacIntyre). Perhaps yearning for retirement,
Monday was the last day of open enrollment, with more website problems reported due to a software bug and to a surge in traffic. Nevertheless, a scramble for signups had been expected, and the site reported record volume.
As the enrollment date approached on Oct. 1, the White House sought to tap into pop culture, drawing on Obama’s base of entertainment industry supporters to send out tweets and other types of social media messaging, for YouTube stars to promote signups, and for administration officials to appear
Time magazine — which is owned by Time Inc. like EW, announced its “Person of the Year” this morning, and the honor goes not to the one who is always twerking, but one who is working to rebrand the church and re-emphasize the importance of helping others.
” took the name of a humble saint and then called for a church of healing,” Time explains of the choice, referring to him as “The People’s Pope.” “The first non-European pope in 1,200 years is poised to transform
The list of nominees for Time magazine’s 2013 Person of the Year was an eclectic mix of world leaders, pop culture icons, buzzworthy names, and human rights activists, and when all the dust settled, Time‘s managing editor Nancy Gibbs revealed that Pope Francis, 76, was the magazine’s choice for the huge honor!
Pope Francis Named Person Of The Year
The Argentinian Pope Francis, born Jorge Mario Bergoglio, began his papacy on March 13, 2013, weeks after the startling abdication of Pope Emeritus Benedict.
Pope Francis Introduced To World
“What makes this pope so important is the speed with which he has captured the imaginations of millions who had given up on hoping for the church,” Time said in its cover story.
The singer's provocative twerking performance at this year's MTV Video Music Awards in August has managed to keep her in the news and Time managing editor Nancy Gibbs explained on the Today show why the publication decided to put her on the list.
Pics: VMAs Red Carpet Fashion
"Power is not just political. It can be cultural, it can be spiritual," Gibbs said, adding that Cyrus "came in like a wrecking ball, literally," referring to her hit single Wrecking Ball. "At a time when you're living with an explosion of exhibitionism since we all now carry cameras with us at all times, she is a symbol of the way we live."
Here are the final ten contenders for Time's Person of the Year (listed alphabetically):
Time Managing Editor Nancy Gibbs announced the list on the Today show Monday morning, saying the Poty is a “person who has had the most impact on events this year, for better or worse.” Here’s the complete list (in alphabetical order):
Bashar Assad, president of Syria
Jeff Bezos, Amazon founder
Ted Cruz, Texas senator
Miley Cyrus, singer
Pope Francis, leader of the Catholic Church
Barack Obama, president of the United States
Could Miley Cyrus beat out Pope Francis, Barack Obama and Edith Windsor for Time‘s Person of the Year? While we’ll find out officially in just two days, HollywoodLife.com has exclusive details about who will win!
Miley Cyrus: Will She Be ‘Time’ Magazine’s Person Of The Year?
Nancy Gibbs, the managing editor of Time revealed the nominees for the Person of the Year on the Today show. Below is the full list:
Sen. Ted Cruz
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“Power is not just political,” Nancy said on Today when asked
We don’t know for sure, but … No. The magazine almost certainly won’t.
The Queen of Twerk might win, however, Time’s Person of the Year online reader poll.
After a week of polling, Miley is currently the far-and-away favorite, with 29 percent of the vote (Time’s actual Person of the Year is decided by the magazine’s editors, and everybody knows Time editors are Ke$ha fans).
In the poll, Miley is way ahead of Nsa leaker Edward Snowden (9.4 percent), firmly beating Russian President Vladimir Putin (4.4 percent) and
Shocking to absolutely no one, O'Reilly did not proclaim himself to be a fan of Obamacare. He used his normal buzzwords like "self-reliant" and "nanny state" in describing all of the reasons the new healthcare system is likely to fail. But the conservative pundit and TV host also threw in a few pointed and nasty jabs.
For one thing, the entire nation of France should be offended right now: "You've got to wait for eight years if you want to get your eyes checked in France," O'Reilly half-joked. "Lot of blind people in France!"
(Note: This is not true.
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