A Tennessee state representative helped create Internet pandemonium Tuesday when he forwarded an e-mail claiming the Obama administration was going to stage an assassination attempt in order to delay the 2012 presidential election, The Tennessean reports.
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Gov. Mitt Romney angered British press during his tour of London when he revealed his meeting with MI6 head Sir John Sawers, CBS reports.
It seems the apocalypse of English literature has officially come.
Throughout its 37 seasons, "Saturday Night Live" has given the American public some great laughs. From the Killer Bees to Stefon, SNL is full of hilarious acts, but it always seems the show's greatest moments come during election season.
When Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes announced their split two weeks ago, media outlets immediately began reporting that the rift was caused by Cruise's belief in Scientology. Rumors swirled that Holmes was trying to take the couple's daughter, Suri, away from the unusual beliefs and that she and her daughter were going back to her Catholic roots.
Jason Kidd just signed a three year deal with the New York Knicks worth $9 million. How does he celebrate? By getting charged with driving under the influence after he wrecking his car into a wooden utility pole.
Here's one rock star who is leaving the building, or at least the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.
Maine governor Paul LePage compared the Internal Revenue Service to the Gestapo, the Huffington Post reports.
Charles Barkley shot down Kobe Bryant's claim that this year's U.S. men's Olympic basketball team could defeat the 1992 "Dream Team" squad, ESPN reports. Barkley even said that the Dream Team--which boasted superstars such as Michael Jordan, Magic Johnson, and Larry Bird -- would beat the current Team USA by at least 10 points.
Yet another glimpse at the summer's most anticipated movie, "The Dark Knight Rises," has hit YouTube.
Cookie Monster has officially joined the "Call Me Maybe" fad.
Two parents in Columbus, Ga., started an argument that turned into a multi-person fight Saturday, the Ledger-Enquirer reports.
Major League Soccer has banned David Beckham for one game following "confrontational and provocative behavior," Reuters reports.
Anthony Wayne Smith, a former Oakland Raiders defensive end, was charged with four Los Angeles-area slayings Thursday, Reuters reports.
Justin Verlander's face pretty much summed it up.
NBA shooting guard Joe Johnson is likely to be traded to the Brooklyn Nets, Long Island Newsday reports.
Adam "Pacman" Jones, the Cincinnati Bengals cornerback often known more for his off-the-field troubles rather than his athletic prowess, told NFL rookies at the 2012 Rookie Symposium that he once spent close to $1 million over a period of two days, Yahoo Sports reports.
French track and field athlete Mahiedine Mekhissi-Benabbad shoved a mascot following a race Saturday, and the mascot may have been a 14-year-old girl, Deadspin reports.
Hope Solo, the United States' women's national goalie, made an amazing save Saturday in a game against Canada, securing an American victory.