Late on Tuesday, Politico reported that Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price flew on private jets five times last week, at an expense of “tens of thousands of dollars” more than the commercial flights that had been standard for his predecessors. Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel’s response to the truly disgusting bait-and-switch being offered by Senate Republicans is remarkable, particularly given the powerful incentives of late night hosts to play Both Sides Do It: I don’t know if this will move the needle or not but I appreciate it. Share
If you too are disappointed in Sen @BillCassidy #GrahamCassidy let them know it – call (202) 224-3121 pic.twitter.com/eswlh6BaoV — Jimmy Kimmel (@jimmykimmel) September 20, 2017 Late night host Jimmy Kimmel ripped into Sen. Bill Cassidy (R-La.), one of the coauthors of the GOP’s latest effort to repeal and replace Obamacare, on his show Tuesday night. […]
Via Mediaite: Sen. Bill Cassidy has responded to late night host Jimmy Kimmel’s searing indictment of his proposed health care bill in an appearance on CNN’s New Day. CNN’s Chris Cuomo asked Cassidy about Kimmel’s comments on Wednesday morning, to which the senator replied: “I’m sorry he does not understand. Show More Summary
Sony's fall flagship is now available in the U.S. Back late August, I got to take a look at Sony's new Xperia XZ1 and XZ1 Compact, and they're great. They do all the things a smartphone should do in 2017, and they look pretty good. They even have this awesome 3D mapping feature that lets you recreate your face on your phone. Show More Summary
Bob Dylan’s so-called Christian period in the late '70s and early ’80s is the focal point for the next installment in the ongoing “Bootleg Series” of archival releases, with the deluxe box set featuring eight CDs and one DVD that bring to light a raft of live recordings from his tours of that era...
In late September 2015, Pope Francis was welcomed to the United States by former President Obama and thousands of citizens who lined up to meet him in various cities... including a pint-size doppelgänger who dressed in full papal garb. Show More Summary
Senator Bill Cassidy had promoted what he called the Jimmy Kimmel test, but Mr. Kimmel said that Mr. Cassidy’s own policies didn’t adhere to it.
Stephen Colbert welcomed Hillary Clinton as his first Late Show guest after hosting the Emmys and helping to normalize Sean Spicer on Sunday. During the interview, Colbert asked the former Secretary of State whether she got to see Trump's speech 'Rocket Man' speech at the United Nations on Tuesday. [ more › ]
Giant Prehistoric Frog Capable of Tackling Small Dinosaurs Ever since it was formally named and described back in 2008, the beach-ball-sized Late Cretaceous frog Beelzebufo (B. ampinga) has fascinated scientists. The fossil record of frogs (Order Anura), is very poor, although these small, usually unobtrusive creatures have a long evolutionary history. Imagine the surprise of
The Hill reports: Comedian Stephen Colbert presented former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton with a packet of unused jokes from election night on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.” “One of the things I regret the least...Show More Summary
Hillary Clinton is still whining. The failed Democratic candidate went on “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” to attack Vladimir Putin and trash President Trump. She just can’t help it. The AP reported: Clinton said Tuesday night that...Show More Summary
Yesterday, iOS 11 was made available to all the iPhone and iPad users. The version of the iOS was announced on June 5 2017 at Apple Developers’ conference. The public beta version was launched in late June. Image Credit: Apple.com This latest iOS claims to make your iPhone and iPad more better and powerful devices than ever. Show More Summary
We get it- points are exciting, but some of the best hotels are not part of a big chain. Much like a great wine, the very best hotels are indicative of their terroir, showcasing where they are from- and what that place represents, in a way you cannot find elsewhere. Show More Summary
The new? video for the late Leonard Cohen's "Leaving the Table" begins with what one might read as a meditating Cohen. The post Watch: Leonard Cohen’s contemplative “Leaving the Table” video appeared first on Lion's Roar.
It's funny to think that of everything the 3DS has going on as of late (Fire Emblem Echoes, Ever Oasis, Samus Returns, and next month's Mario & Luigi), it's the impending Pokémon Gold and Silver eShop releases that are most likely to have me digging out the handheld and playing until my hands cramp. This launch trailer hits me hard. Show More Summary
GOG's really making a splash in the PC sales market. Steam normally has this area cornered, but GOG has earned a reputation for itself lately for throwing big and relatively-frequent sales events. Another one is underway right now. GOG's Big Deal Sale began yesterday, and it features more than 200 games that are discounted up to 90 percent off. Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert’s interview with Hillary Clinton on last night’s Late Show was a bit more relaxed that many of her recent publicity stops to promote her new book, What Happened, and included Chardonnay and some man buns. Here… Read The post Stephen Colbert Showed Hillary Clinton 5 Nude Man Butts Painted with Her Campaign Slogan: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Lately, Arcade Fire have been covering John Lennon's 1973 marital-discord anthem "Mind Games." They debuted it live at a Lollapalooza aftershow at Chicago's Metro last month, and they played it again during Lollapalooza itself. And now there's also a studio version. Arcade Fire recently recorded a Spotify Single for the streaming service. And in addition…
Late last year I moved into a brand new home that came with an irrigation system, and in the first month, I managed to run up a $300 water bill from using the sprinklers. I knew nothing about how to set it up, or when to have it water the lawn, and I was pretty frustrated with it. Show More Summary