In addition to having his hands full with Congress, it seems that President Barack Obama, 51, is now incurring the wrath of a superhero. A photo by White House photographer Pete Souza was released showing a little boy in a Spider-Man costume throwing a web at the Commander in Chief.
Hawaii Sen. Daniel Inouye, the second-longest serving senator in the history of the United States, after Robert Byrd of West Virginia, and the highest-ranking Asian-American politician in American history, died Monday from respiratory complications.
Former Growing Pains and Like Father Like Son star Kirk Cameron, 41, now better known for his evangelical beliefs and conservative activism, appeared on CNN on Tuesday to defend the recent comments of GOP Representative from Missouri and Senate hopeful Todd Akin, 65.
The 2012 Annual White House Correspondents Dinner, which was held on Saturday night at the Washington Hilton Hotel, was a jolly affair, as the stars came out to mix with media giants and political powerhouses, including the President of the United States, Barack Obama.
House Republicans used a scene from Ben Affleck's bank robber flick, The Town, on Tuesday to rally support for Speaker John Boehner's debt ceiling plan. Responding to the unexpected use of his film, Affleck told the Huffington Post that he was perplexed by the randomness of the scenario.