The president is on the verge of losing his temper; all it took was a wasted Secret Service detail and 11 Colombian prostitutes.
As a Secret Service sex scandal -- alcohol! Colombian prostitutes! -- shocks and titillates a nation, at least one lawmaker is wondering just how "isolated" an incident this really is.
Welcome back to Box Office Report, where we hold a butter-substitute-coated finger to the wind and take a reading on America's moviegoing habits.
Relive the highlights from a Sunday morning's worth of political talk shows.
Steven Spielberg made a cameo on last night's Saturday Night Live -- and brought with him one of his most enjoyable films in years.
Tornadoes kill five in Oklahoma, and more wild winds are expected today.
Employing a small army of suicide bombers and gunmen, the Taliban unleashed a multi-tiered assault today that targeted Afghanistan's foreign embassies, parliament and NATO headquarters.
Colin Farrell takes on the role made iconic by Arnold Schwarzenegger in a remake of the 1990 sci-fi classic about memory manipulation. Just don't expect déjà vu.
The Hunger Games is still the only game at the megaplexes. Elsewhere, Sam Worthington continues to work, and a non-prostitution-related Julia Roberts fairy tale fails to ignite interest. It's the Box Office Report.
In a stunning turn of events for the onetime human rights disaster zone, Nobel Peace Prize-winner and former political prisoner Aung San Suu Kyi has been elected to Burma's parliament.
The weekend has aired out a heaping load of dirty laundry surrounding the dismissal of Current TV personality Keith Olbermann.
The best outtakes from the Sunday morning political talk shows.
An international coalition gathered in Istanbul to address the situation in Syria will offer millions of dollars in aid and communications equipment to help overthrow Bashar al-Assad.
From YouTube on DVD to Google Nigeria to Charlize Theron's leaked sex tape, we gather the best of today's April Fool's pranks online.
The basketball sensation is undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery that will require a six-week recovery, putting the remainder of his season in question.
A bizarre gang war erupted at a funeral in Miami. Two are dead, 12 injured.
As Wisconsin's Tuesday contest approaches, Newt Gingrich concedes on Milwaukee radio that Romney is "clearly the front-runner."
The prospects for a fourth season of Community are looking rosier and rosier, but behind the scenes, Chevy Chase and executive producer Dan Harmon are having a bitter and not-so-private feud.
1,000 marched in Sanford, Florida, today, demanding an arrest of George Zimmerman in connection with the shooting death of Trayvon Martin. Elsewhere, anger spilled over on the CNN airwaves, director Spike Lee made amends for a Twitter gaffe, and the vice president offered his own thoughts on the case.
A British teen hacker is back in jail for contacting LulzSec leader-turned-informant Sabu, but so far Anonymous has yet to "kill the Internet" in retaliation.