Prince William and Kate Middleton's Royal Baby earned kudos from everyone all over the world, including those of us here -- you know, in that country that won the Revolutionary War -- and the royals issued appropriately and predictably polite, somewhat stiff statements about the birth.
Most of your favorite celebs are still celebrating America's birthday today (July 5), but plenty of them still got down to business where it matters: Twitter. Because the truly famous never take a vacation from 140-character missives on everything from selfies to silly advice...
The POTUS, Barack Obama, and his FLOTUS, Michelle Obama, were named the World's Most Powerful Couple by Forbes. No surprise there, but they were joined on the list by a slew of celebrity pairings as well.
Saturday night (April 27) was the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner, which hosted many important faces in the political sphere, as well as celebrities ... and the cast of 'Duck Dynasty.' (No, we're not sure how that happened either.)
This year, the star-studded event was headlined by Conan O'Brien, who had the distinction of leading the event once before in 1995 for President Bill Clinton.
Because the main person you should trust with secrets of national and planetary security is Will Smith (especially when he's on his way to a barbecue), we're actually not too shocked at the fact that his son, Jaden Smith, says President Barack Obama told him about aliens.
In response to complaints that Jay-Z and Beyonce illegally vacationed in the communist, cigar-making country of Cuba (despite getting government permission to do so), Mr. Carter has responded in a rather disappointing way: with a whiny song called 'Open Letter.'
You can check out the audio below, in which Hova laments the uselessness of politicians -- okay, as a whole, he's not wrong about that --
Led by rap mogul Russell Simmons, over 100 celebrities -- including Will Smith, Susan Sarandon, Scarlett Johannson, Jennifer Hudson and Nicki Minaj -- have signed a letter urging President Obama to overhaul America's drug laws.
Yesterday, March 26, the Supreme Court began hearing arguments both for and against Prop 8, which banned same-sex marriage in the state of California.
In addition to changing their social media profile pics into the Human Rights Campaign's red equality sign, some celebrities tweeted feverishly for the repeal of the proposition, while others took to Facebook to express their support for marriage eq
After receiving some judgment for seemingly styling their character of the devil after President Barack Obama, people behind the History Channel's mini-series 'The Bible' are denying any similarities between the leader of the free world and their depiction of Satan.
The History Channel is trying a new approach to draw in viewers: serialized fictional dramas like 'The Bible' and 'Game of Vikings' 'Vikings.' Strangely enough for something on the History Channel, neither program has pickers or pawn shops, and the 10-hour live-action version of the Bible has a Beelzebub who looks suspiciously like President Barack Obama.
Scathing political commentary? Or a makeup
Given the opportunity, we'd drink a cold one with Barack Obama. Come on, who wouldn't want to party with the leader of the free world and arguably the coolest POTUS ever?
No offense, William Howard Taft. You had a pretty awesome 'stache.
President Barack Obama, our 44th president, has been sworn in for his second term, and the inauguration was exactly the star-studded occasion we've come to expect from our celeb-popular Commander-in-Chief.
Case in point: Musical performances included James Taylor singing 'America the Beautiful,' followed by Kelly Clarkson's rendition of 'America (My Country 'Tis of Thee),' and Beyonce wrapping thi
Just like us, when celebrities watch or are a part of something historical, they want to tweet about it. Which beats yet another missive about concert dates or a regretful shot of a naked body part.
Anyway, Monday's Presidential Inauguration was nothing shy of a major event for our country -- Barack Obama, our nation’s first African-American president, was sworn in on Martin Luther King Jr. Day us