While Inauguration Day is underway this holiday of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and hundreds of thousands of people are gathered outside the United States Capitol building in Washington, D.C., to watch President Barack Obama, 51, get sworn in for his second presidential term, the critics who count — Obama's family, wife Michelle Obama, 49, and daughters Malia, 14, and Sasha, 11, have already given their verdict.
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.
They're baaaack .... Political pundits Bill O’Reilly, 63, and Jon Stewart, 49, will go head-to-head in The Rumble, a live streaming pay-per-view debate between the longtime rivals, which viewers will be able to watch for $4.
Barack and Michelle Obama really know how to throw a party. Some of the top names in Hollywood were guests at the White House state dinner on Wednesday, held on the South Lawn. Stars George Clooney, Carey Mulligan, Elizabeth McGovern, and Richard Branson joined the Obama family and British Prime Minister David Cameron and his wife Samantha, the guests of honor, reports BBC News.
Lady Gaga went to Washington Tuesday to meet with Senior White House officials and discuss the issue of teen bullying. Gaga was not able to meet with President Obama this time, as he was out of town giving a speech on the economy, though the two did cross paths in September at a fundraiser, where Gaga thanked Obama for hosting an anti-bullying conference.
Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow is denying allegations that she received special treatment from the White House in connection with a film she is making about the special "black ops" hunt for Islamic terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.