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“We Bidens,” an American Family

At lunchtime on a spring day last year, Joe Biden was at his desk in the West Wing. When the door opened, the Vice-President stood up and stretched. He appeared to be in mid-thought. It was a busy week—I was there to talk to him about Iraq, Ukraine, and other dramas—but when I asked what he’d been thinking about at his desk, he beamed. Show More Summary

Allison Janney Makes Out with James Corden!

Did you need another reason to absolutely love Allison Janney? You know, aside from her former amazing work on The West Wing? And her ongoing, unparalleled double of being hilarious on Mom and dramatic on Masters of Sex? Okay: here you...Show More Summary

UNLV-Bound Derrick Jones Jumps Over 4 Guys to Win Mary Kline Dunk Contest

2 days agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

WEST ORANGE, N.J. — Winning Dunk Contests is nothing new for Derrick Jones. The 6-foot-7 UNLV-bound wing from Archbishop Carroll (Pa.) won the dunk contest at last year’s Under Armour Elite 24 Game and has won many other such events in his life. But on Saturday night at the Mary Kline Classic, Jones pulled out […]

West Wing Week: 05/29/15 or, “High Fives For Everybody!”

This week, the President donned a yarmulke at Adas Israel Congregation, where he also sang and danced with some preschoolers; marked the first Memorial Day since our war in Afghanistan came to an end; hosted the NATO Secretary-General in the Oval Office; and answered your questions on climate change during a Twitter Q&A in Miami. Show More Summary

A taste of something great: five days with NVIDIA's Shield Android TV

I wanted to watch The West Wing, so I asked for it. I wanted to play Asphalt 8 on my TV, so I downloaded it. I wanted people to see me playing a copy of Street Fighter X Tekken I didn't (strictly speaking) own, so I broadcasted it. All...Show More Summary

West Wing Week: 05/22/2015 or, “@POTUS”

This week was National Police Week, and the President honored fallen officers at the National Peace Officers Memorial Service; celebrated the reform efforts of police officers in Camden, New Jersey; signed the National Blue Alert Act...Show More Summary

Is “Mad Men” the greatest television show of all time? Here’s a list of all 92 episodes, ranked from best to worst

The Sopranos had “Christopher.” The West Wing had “Isaac and Ishmael.” Buffy the Vampire Slayer, God bless it, had “Where the Wild Things Are,” “I, Robot… You Jane” and about a dozen other monster-of-the-week throwaways that even the most impassioned Buffy zealots and binge-watching shut-ins agree should be skipped. Show More Summary

Obama Forced to Share West Wing’s Single Umbrella With Two Staffers

President Obama emerged from Marine One in a torrential downpour last night only to discover that the aircraft was equipped with a single umbrella. Budget cuts have so crippled Marine One's umbrella supply that the staffer in lavender has been forced to supply her own. But when she makes the move... More »

The original owner of @POTUS Twitter account was a West Wing fan who let it go

President Obama began tweeting as @POTUS today, but he’s not the first person to use that name on Twitter. That honor goes to San Franciso-based Steve D’Alimonte, program director a youth-media/violence prevention organization and freelance video producer. Show More Summary

USDA researcher has hope for new insect deterrant - AgMinute for May 18, 2015

Since appearing in West Coast fruit fields and orchards several years ago, the spotted wing drosophila has forced growers to increase their chemical usage. For more information visit

'Sports Night's' 10 best Aaron Sorkin rants

It may be hard to believe, but it's been 15 years since the final episode of "Sports Night" premiered on May 19, 2000.While many look at "The West Wing" as writer Aaron Sorkin's greatest TV success, "Sports Night" was his first. It's...Show More Summary

West Wing Week: 05/15/2015 or, “The 50th State!”

This week, the President visited Nike Headquarters, joined a panel discussion on combatting poverty with economists, welcomed the leaders of the Gulf Cooperation Council countries to the White House, and congratulated the graduates of...Show More Summary

Rob Lowe Celebrates a Quarter Century Sober

3 weeks agoHealth / Addiction : The Fix

The former West Wing actor tweeted his followers about his 25 years of recovery.

West Wing Week: 05/08/2015 or, “Viva Los Estados Unidos!”

This week, the President visited Lehman College in New York City for the launch of the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, taped an episode of the Late Show with David Letterman, hosted a Cinco de Mayo celebration, announced his nominee for the new Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and presented the 2014 Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy. Show More Summary

Kobie Eubanks to Visit Kansas, Alabama & West Virginia

3 weeks agoBasketball / NCAA : ZagsBlog

Onetime Baylor commit Kobie Eubanks remains on the board as we head into mid-May. A man-child 6-foot-5 wing, Eubanks will visit Kansas, Alabama and West Virginia but no order has been set, Elev8 Sports Institute coach Chad Myers confirmed to Evan Daniels of Scout first reported the visits. Eubanks remains one of the most attractive 2015 players left […]

Hackers penetrate West Wing computer network: Americans’ data could have been leaked in White House data breach

Have you or someone you know visited the White House any time recently?  CONGRATULATIONS! Computer hackers might have some of your personal info… Cyber criminals have hacked into a White

Mad Men 712 Recap: Of Peggy, Joan And The Sweet Little Ad Shop of Horrors

VideoMatt Weiner has never been Aaron Sorkin. The West Wing creator has always had a soft spot for the workplace, arguing that at its best, an office can be like a family. The Mad Men creator possesses no such sentimentality. Sure, Mad Men was primarily a workplace drama, and was at [...]

West Wing Week: 05/01/2015 or, “I Think That Works!”

This week, the President hosted the Japanese Prime Minister, joked around at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner, sat down for an interview with the Wall Street Journal, visited the Lincoln Memorial, took a walk with the 2015 National Teacher of the Year, and participated in a “virtual field trip.” That’s April 24th to April 30th or, “I Think That Works!” read more

Settled Jarvis sets up late Lancashire victory

last monthSports / Cricket : The Cordon

In the election-debate episode of The West Wing President Jed Bartlet and his staff talk about "the square foot of real estate" which lies inside a person's head. Were he to watch the TV show, Lancashire seamer Kyle Jarvis might nod his head in qui

Our Endless Election Cycle Brought to Life By Veep

West Wing gave us a taste for politics in non-election years, and shows like Veep and House of Cards continue to mirror our 24-hour news cycle. "Our Endless Election Cycle Brought to Life By Veep" was originally published on Film School Rejects for our wonderful readers to enjoy. Show More Summary

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