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Jay Leno tells Bill Maher: Mizzou protesters were right — school president was ‘clueless’

last weekNews : The Raw Story

Real Time host Bill Maher battled panelists Jay Leno, Michael Steele and Dylan Ratigan on Friday when he complained about the recent anti-racism protests at Yale University and the University of Missouri. Maher recounted the discussion at Yale that was touched off by a university email advising...

Very Last Word: GOP targets Trump

Political analyst Michael Steele explains why conservative groups spending money to tank GOP front-runner Donald Trump may not be a good idea.

“The Witches Of Eastwick” Will Cast A Spell On The Season Two Premiere Of “Cocktails & Classics”

last monthLGBT / Gay : NewNowNext

Season One of Logo’s Cocktails & Classics was a hoot, with Michael Urie joined by such fabulous personalities as Lea DeLaria, Michael Musto and Drew Droege to snark on camp classics, including Barbarella, Auntie Mame, Steel Magnolias, and Valley of The Dolls. Think of it as sort of an MST3-Gay. Season Two will return on... Read more »

The Ghost Comes: Michael Shannon on “Freeheld,” “99 Homes”

Michael Shannon is one of the best working actors. He is fearless, and willing to tackle a unique array of characters from blockbusters like “Man of Steel” to independent films like “Take Shelter” to television like “Boardwalk Empire,” never straying far from his stage work at the same time. Show More Summary

Who won the 'happy hour' debate?

Chris Matthews - along with Kasie Hunt, Michael Steele, Andrea Mitchell and Eugene Robinson - talk the highs and lows of the second Republican "happy hour"...

Michael Shannon: '99 Homes' takes hard look at foreclosure crisis

Best known as the villainous General Zod, who battled Superman in "Man of Steel," actor Michael Shannon takes a more down-to-earth role in the new drama "99 Homes." He tells the TODAY anchors that his character in the film about the Florida foreclosure crisis is a man who has studied the system and knows how to make it work to his advantage. Show More Summary

Michael Shannon's Latest Batman V Superman Quotes Are Somehow Even Crazier

Despite his neck being snapped in Man of Steel, Zod still has a part to play next year in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. The Kryptonian general’s corpse was glimpsed in the latest trailer for the 2016 blockbuster, and multiple reports indicate that the body be transformed into Doomsday. Show More Summary

Michael Shannon Sets the Record Straight on His Role in ‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’

Internet be crazy. Earlier this month, the Internet literally flipped out over a Michael Shannon interview, who played General Zod in the last “Man of Steel.” He said in the interview that he flipper-for-hands in the “Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice” movie. Show More Summary

Salvaging Antique Wood--A Booming Business in New York City

3 months agoHumor / odd : Neatorama

(Photo: Michael Appleton/New York Times) In the decades following the American Civil War, the South found demand for a new cash crop: virgin longleaf pine. In the era before steel girders became useful for construction, virgin longleaf pine was regarded as the finest lumber available. Show More Summary

How New DC Kevin Steele Will Revive LSU's Defense

Kevin Steele has a new role with the LSU Tigers, serving as their defensive coordinator. Bleacher Report's Stephen Nelson and College Football Analyst Michael Felder discuss Steele and how his coaching techniques can potentially elevate this LSU defense. How well do you think LSU's defense will respond to Coach Steele? Let us know below. Show More Summary

‘Batman V Superman: Dawn Of Justice’ Star Michael Shannon Accidentally Drops A Huge Surprise About General Zod

Just when you thought he was dead, General Zod might be alive after all. Although it seemed as though Zod, played by Michael Shannon, was killed at the hands of Superman at the end of Man of Steel, Shannon recently shared some details...Show More Summary

'Batman v Superman' News: Michael Shannon to Return with Flippers for Hands?

Michael Shannon, who played General Zod in "Man of Steel" is set to return for "Batman v Superman" sporting flippers in the place of hands.

Newswire: Michael Shannon says Zod will have flipper hands in Batman V Superman

According to Vulture, Michael Shannon divulged that his cameo as General Zod in Batman V. Superman: Dawn Of Justice will finally address one of the grave missteps that alienated audiences from 2013’s Man Of Steel. No, he won’t be retiring his petulant shouting. Show More Summary

Look Closely: It's a Painting, Not an Inkjet Print

IMG_885, 2014. Casting compound and acrylic on board, steel frame, 120 x 90 cm. All images courtesy of the artist and Steve Turner, Los Angeles. Melbourne artist Michael Staniak crafts trompe l'oeil illusions for the Computer Age. His paintings, viewed online or in print, appear as flat, printed images. Show More Summary

'Batman vs. Superman': Michael Shannon Confirms Zod's Very Weird Return

Although Henry Cavill’s Superman defeated Zod in Man of Steel, the trailers for Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice have shown that Michael Shannon’s not really done with the franchise just yet. As Shannon confirms in a new interview, Zod will indeed return…though he won’t be quite how we remembered him. Continue reading…

Michael Shannon's "Batman v Superman" Role Includes an Unusual New Feature

While recounting how he got stuck in a porta potty, the "Man of Steel" star incidentally revealed that his character would undergo a physical change.

Wait, Why Does General Zod Have Flipper Hands In Batman v Superman?

Michael Shannon's General Zod met with a pretty grisly end in Man of Steel, but his story isn't over in the growing DC Cinematic Universe. As was revealed in the first trailer for Zack Snyder's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the Kryptonian's body will be playing a role in the story. Show More Summary

Why Rand Paul's Presidential Campaign Is Flailing

The latest Public Policy Polling Iowa poll has him at 3 percent. In November of last year, former Republican National Committee chairman Michael Steele declared Kentucky Senator Rand Paul the frontrunner for the GOP nomination for 2016. Show More Summary

From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch photo department one year later, ‘all hands are still on deck’

3 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

On the eve of the one year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death, which sparked many days and nights of rioting, protest and soul searching in Ferguson, Missouri and across America, Lynden Steele, the lead editor of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s...Show More Summary

Why Apple has fallen since February peak

Aug. 3 -- Bloomberg's Michael Regan and Julie Hyman examine Apple's moving average with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Markets."        

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