Before his political career, Ronald Reagan was a well-known actor. But besides the Gipper, there really hasn't been a president who was a traditional, entertainment-industry celebrity before ascending to the highest office in the land.
The presidential campaign is in full swing and Mitt Romney is ready to fight. He'd better be careful, though, because there's a fine line between winning over voters and alienating them altogether. Here are 10 ways Romney can blow the election:
Miley Cyrus has always been pretty outspoken about her beliefs. But aside from being a stanch supporter of gay marriage, Cyrus has never really been explicit about her political views. Now, she's revealing why she votes -- and it's a pretty hilarious rationale.
Maine Senator Olympia Snowe will guest star on the season premiere of 'Parks & Recreation' called 'Ms. Knope Goes to Washington.' In the episode, Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler) travels to D.C. from Indiana, where she recently was elected councilwoman. There, she's invited to a cocktail party attende…
With the presidential election fewer than two months away and the outcome still very much in doubt, a new study has emerged claiming that the candidate with the most psychopathic traits might just be the best bet.
While on the campaign trail in Fort Pierce, Florida, yesterday, President Barack Obama found himself on the receiving end of a monster bear hug courtesy of a 6-foot, 3-inch tall restaurant owner weighing 260 pounds. Where's the Secret Service when you need them?
Check out Jimmy Fallon, or should we say, James. The late-night talk show host pulled out his latest impersonation at this week's Democratic National Convention. This time he became legendary singer-songwriter, James Taylor.