Eric Schulte, a necklace-wearing Carson Kressley lookalike who's hungry all the time for some reason, proposed to his girlfriend, Stephanie Smith, this weekend. She had promised to make him 300 sandwiches in exchange for a ring, but she had only made him 257 at the time of the proposal.
Since New York Times publisher Arthur Sulzberger Jr. unceremoniously fired the paper's first female executive editor, Jill Abramson, he's been losing the PR war.
Sen. Claire McCaskill held her first roundtable Monday on ending the sexual assault crisis on college campuses.
In a not-totally-surprising Politico poll released Monday morning, the numbers show "mounting danger" for Democrats as we get closer to November's midterm elections.
On the front page of Monday's New York Times, there's a story about a glass ceiling.
On Friday, Cambridge City Hall in Massachusetts is holding a celebration to mark the 10th anniversary of gay marriage in the state and this country.
Likely 2016 presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul is a libertarian who's relatively dovish on foreign policy. According to Politico, this is giving big GOP donors pause.
At a Las Vegas conference on Thursday, President Obama's senior advisor Valerie Jarrett said that the White House has "a commitment from Speaker Boehner" on immigration reform. This surprised a few conservatives
According to The New Yorker's Ken Auletta, fired New York Times executive editor Jill Abramson was paid less than her male counterparts.
Capital New York reported Thursday that feminist writers Rebecca Traister and Amanda Fortini will be joining Elle as contributing editors.
If you can get past the jarring image, there's a lot of debate within the magazine about how college campuses should be handling the sexual assault crisis.
Now that the first female executive editor of The New York Times, Jill Abramson, has been fired, we have to ask ourselves: what can we learn?
Democratic Rep. Jared Polis, who is nationally known for his goofy bow-ties, is now the first member of Congress to get significant donations in the form of Bitcoin.
According to a new profile in The New York Times, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell's wife is Tracy Flick incarnate.
The 'Dear Writer' and North Korea expert on Facebook sharing, his love of reality TV, and how the North Korean media uses memes, just like we do.
Last night, philanthropist/actress/lady-with-leg Angelina Jolie attended the premiere of The Normal Heart to support producer Brad Pitt. According to the Daily Mail, she suffered from an "unfortunate make-up fail."
In the next couple days, the Justice Department will likely secure a guilty plea — and a $2 billion settlement — from Credit Suisse for allegedly helping wealthy Americans evade taxes. If all goes according to plan, it will be the first in a string of multi-billion settlements with foreign and domestic banks.
On Tuesday, Nebraska Republican voters will choose between former State Treasurer Shane Osborn and Midland University president Ben Sasse in a Senate primary. Instead of a battle between the establishment and the Tea Party, this primary has become an intra-Tea-Party war.
Speaker of the House John Boehner had a rough 2013 — his party turned against him and shut down the government. Now, the poor guy is contemplating death, or at least the death of his career.
Apparently, it's all happening in Met Ball elevators. TMZ released video Monday morning of Beyoncé's sister, Solange, going after Jay Z in an elevator at the event last weekend. It truly must be seen to be believed.