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Obama and David C. to Step onto Kimmel's Court

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Barack Obama and David Cook may occupy separate professional arenas, but they both know all about the American voting public. Sunday, June 15, they might get to compare notes when they each join Jimmy Kimmel for Jimmy Kimmel Live: Game Night on ABC. The presumptive Democratic nominee will be joining the talk show host via satellite, and is expected to discuss the NBA finals (go Boston!), Father's Day and, of course, a little campaign politics. Cook, meanwhile, may not be talking fatherhood or campaigns, but fingers crossed we might just get some music out of him. Will you tune in early to see Obama and David C.? How will Obama fare in Kimmel's "court"? — Anna Dimond read more

Army Wives Presidential Salute

Looks like you aren't the only one looking forward to the Season 2 premiere of Lifetime's Army Wives. Check out presidential candidates Barack Obama and John McCain's message saluting our troops and their dedicated loved ones. Watch our exclusive interview with Catherine Bell who plays Denise Sherwood in the hit series now! read more

Obama Clinches Democratic Nomination

It was history in the making last night. After a fierce and cut-throat primary, Barack Obama officially declared that he would be the U.S. Democratic Party's presidential candidate come November, making him the first black American presidential candidate of the a major U.S. party. Now the question is, "What will be Hillary's next move?" Check out his victory speech. read more

Fox News Contributor Jokes about Killing Obama

Talk about a video spreading like rapid fire! In this Fox News video, contributor Liz Trotta was commenting on Hillary's recent reference to RFK's assassination. But when she stumbled by referring to Obama as Osama, she proceeded to joke and laugh (on live national television, mind you) about assassinating both "if we could." Even the host knew she went too far and tried to get back on topic as fast as possible. read more

Barack Obama Delivers Letterman's Top Ten Tonight

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If you're into presidential candidates, tonight is your night. Sen. Barack Obama appears on Late Show with David Letterman (11:35 pm/ET, CBS) to present the Top Ten list. This will be Obama's fourth appearance on Late Show.Sen. Hillary Clinton also makes a national TV appearance, in a sit-down with Bill O'Reilly on the O'Reilly Factor (8 pm/ET, Fox News).The candidates' appearances come less than a week before Tuesday's pivotal Indiana and North Carolina primaries. — J.R. WhalenUpdate: As delivered Thursday night, "Top Ten Surprising Things About Barack Obama":10. My first act as President will be to stop the fighting between Lauren and Heidi on The Hills.9. In the Illinois primary, I accidentally voted for Kucinich.8. When I tell my kids to clean their room, I finish with, "I'm Barack Obama and I approved this message." 7. Throughout high school, I was consistently voted "Barackiest."6. Earlier today I bowled a 39.5. I have cancelled all my appearances the day the S... read more

NBA Isn't the Only One With Great Idea

Remember those new NBA ads we told you about a couple of weeks ago? The ones with opposing players sharing a split screen and talking about the challenges of the playoffs? Well Time magazine loved the idea so much they're using it on their latest cover, featuring Democratic presidential candidates Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton. They've even appropriated the slogan "There Can Only Be One," giving credit to the NBA for the inspiration. read more

Are Politicians Going Too Far With TV Appearances?

Is it just us, or does anyone else think that the lengths our political figures are willing to go to in order to win some love from the American people is getting to the point of sheer ridiculousness? They've been on late shows, SNL, The Daily Show, Colbert Report, even The View. We get it — you guys (and gal) are hip and cool. But if you happened to be watching TV last night, you may have noticed that all the current heavy hitters were appearing in some really odd places. First, President Bush showed up on the hit game show, Deal or No Deal, delivering a thank you message to a soldier contestant as well as poking fun at his low approval rating: But the icing on the cake had to be when we saw Hillary, Barack and McCain air a message on WWE Raw the night before the Pennsylvania Democratic primary. Their wrestling jokes were so cringe-worthy, we could barely make it through to McCain’s bit: Your take: How do you feel about our politicians making so many TV appearances, namel... read more

Baracky Balboa Has Entered the Ring

The Pennsylvania Democratic primary is officially upon us, and what screams Penn. more than a little Sly Stallone as Rocky Balboa? How about Barack Obama as Baracky Balboa? The only thing better than Oprah (as his trainer) rooting him on is Hillary talkin' smack as Apollo Creed. So, now the question is, "How will this movie remake end?" read more

Clinton, Obama and McCain Wrestle for WWE Fans' Vote

WWE's Triple H by Martin Schoeller/USA Network/WWE Photo

The rasslin' ring is the latest stump stop. Democratic presidential candidates Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton, along with GOP presidential hopeful John McCain, will bring their campaigns to WWE Monday Night Raw tonight (8 pm/ET, USA).Each candidate will address the audience in a taped message. For Clinton and Obama, the hope is that tonight's appearance could lead to a body slam in tomorrow's Pennsylvania primary. — J.R. Whalen read more

Barack to Jon Stewart: I'll Stay Up Late with You

Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama will be a guest on Daily Show with Jon Stewart on Monday (11:00 pm/ET, Comedy Central), the night before the Pennsylvania Democratic primary.This will be Obama's third appearance on the late-night talk show. He last paid a visit in August 2007. — J.R. Whalen read more

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