Stephen Colbert and Bill Clinton
Times have sure changed since Bill Clinton was inaugurated in 1993. While the former president has embraced some aspects of social media, he has avoided Twitter. That is, until appearing on Monday's episode of The Colbert Report.
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says in a new video that she supports marriage for gay and lesbian couples, both personally and politically.
"LGBT Americans ... are full and equal citizens and deserve the rights of citizenship. That includes marriage," Clinton says in a new video for the Human Rights Campaign, the largest LGBT rights organization.
Monday was President Barack Obama's Inauguration Day — but at one moment during the ceremony, it was President Bill Clinton who inadvertently stole the spotlight.
President Barack Obama, Michelle Obama
President Barack Obama was sworn in for a second term as 44th President of the United States Monday, in a star-studded ceremony that looked toward the country's future as much as it paid tribute to long-established ceremonies.
Tina Fey and Amy Poehler
"You can smell the pills from here." Live, from the Beverly Hilton Ballroom, it's ... Sunday with Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, together again and keeping things as lively as possible as hosts of the 70th Golden Globes. Encore, please. (For a list of winners, go here.)
President Barack Obama
President Barack Obama has been named Time's Person of the Year.
"He's basically the beneficiary and the author of a kind of New America, a new demographic, a new cultural America that he is now the symbol of," editor Richard Stengel said on Wednesday morning's Today show.
Adam Levine, Michelle Obama
The nominations for the 55th Annual Grammy Awards were announced Wednesday. Television held a strong presence among the honorees with two of The Voice coaches, NBC's freshmen hit Smash, Ellen DeGeneres, Rachel Maddow, Kathy Griffin, Jimmy Fallon and American Idol's Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood all scoring nominations.
Looks like the Clintons share more than just a love of politics!
When President Obama addressed Myanmar earlier this week to extend the United States' hand of friendship to the longtime military-ruled state, there was one person who might not have been tuning in. Hillary Clinton, Obama's Secretary of State, appears to have fallen asleep during his speech. Judge for yourself:
Mitt Romney, Barack Obama
The Democrats and Republicans did their best to info-tain you with their party conventions. While the ultimate judgment will come in November, here are the stars who shined and dimmed during the confabs.
Their political history may be fraught with tension, but former President Bill Clinton put aside any past disagreements with Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention Wednesday night. The 42nd president gave a rousing speech endorsing Obama's reelection in November, slamming the far right wing of the Republican Party and...