Hank Williams Jr., in a new song, says Fox twisted his words. Last week, ESPN fired Hank Williams Jr. for likening Obama to Hitler.
Doritos launches sixth Super Bowl ad contest with a twist. Comic music group The Lonely Island will be competing to produce the winning Doritos ad.
Adele brings down the house at the MTV Video Music Awards 2011. Adele sang a soulful and stirring rendition of her song 'Someone Like You.'
Michael Bauer, a food critic, keeps San Francisco chefs on their toes.
So far, there are no bombshells in the thousands of Sarah Palin emails released this week. But they reveal a fuller, more nuanced picture of one of the most powerful and controversial women in US politics today.
Captain Kirk never said "Beam me up, Scotty!" Ilsa Laszlow never said, "Play it again, Sam," and Sherlock Holmes never said, "Elementary, my dear Watson." But these misquotes remain firmly lodged in the public consciousness, even though they appear nowhere in the original works. The same is true for things "said" – that is, widely attributed to, but not actually said – by political figures. Sometimes a misquote is cooked up by opponents or parodists as a way of discrediting or mocking the figure. Sometimes a line is attributed to a widely admired person as a way of making it sound more authoritative, like when someone co-signs a loan. And sometimes it's just a mistake. Here are 10 of the most widely believed – but completely bogus – things ever "said" by political figures.
"Those Guys Have All the Fun" offers a warts-and-all portrayal of ESPN's infamously male-dominated culture.
Television talk-show host Oprah Winfrey relaxes in her studio office following a morning broadcast in Chicago. Winfrey came to Chicago in 1984 to WLS-TV's morning talk show, 'A.M. Chicago.' A month later the show was No. 1 in the market. A year later it was renamed 'The Oprah Winfrey Show.'
Kristen Wiig: More subtle than 'The Hangover,' 'Bridesmaids' still has a strong gross-out element, which Saturday Night Live's Kristen Wiig excels at.