Monday night's third and final presidential debate, ostensibly about foreign policy, may not have had too many surprises in store for viewers and soon-to-be voters in the presidential election, which will ultimately determine if Barack Obama steps into the oval office for a second term or if Mitt Romney sachets into his place, but there were some entertaining moments — not the least of which was the "horses and bayonets" comment by Obama, which became as much a theme of the third presidential debate as "binders full of women" became at the second one.
Over 28 years after it started, Regis Philbin bid farewell to his morning talk show, Live! With Regis and Kelly, on Friday. The final episode was full of teary-eyed moments, funny stories and appearances by special guests.
Former First Lady, wife and widow of John F. Kennedy, and American icon Jackie Kennedy is in the public eye again, over 17 years after her death at the age of 64. Now audio tapes are being released that reveal casual conversations Jackie conducted with historian and former White House aide Arthur M.