October 05, 2012 Archive October 2012

America's forgotten poet

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame overlooks legends again

Weird news: Baldness is strength

Turkey and Syria: Will there be war?

Take my wife, please!

Lady Gaga first person to hit 30 million Twitter followers

Did Twitter ban fake Big Bird accounts?

GOP candidate's lush life

Does Obama just hate his job?

Can we trust addiction medication?

Dumb tweet of the day: Drink up

Quote of the day: "Fanged vampire parrot"

Russian boy discovers woolly mammoth carcass

Anderson Cooper slams Star Jones

Embattled Greeks lash out at migrants

Pro-tolerance subway ads to hang near anti-Islam posters

Pick of the week: An earthy, sexy new "Wuthering Heights"

Must-see morning clip

Jay-Z to stream concert on his new YouTube channel

Study finds rise in gay characters on network TV

What the presidential candidates aren't talking about

Romney on "47 percent": I was completely wrong

PBS turns "Big Bird" comment into an opportunity

Jobs report stunner

Ex-Ill. powerbroker sentenced to year in prison

No, “moderate Mitt” isn’t back

Six examples of the right's war on children's characters

Scalia says abortion, gay rights are easy cases

Mitt's sweatshop secret?

Jobs report truthers return

British spy agency feeling shaken, not stirred

Jon Stewart sums up America's reaction to the presidential debate

Rick Santorum wants to kill, eat Big Bird

Scalia says outlawing "homosexual sodomy" is a no-brainer

An economist debunks the job truthers

Rock Hall of Fame finally gives props to Heart

Brad Pitt's in a $7 million perfume ad

Broken toe spurred Neil Young to write first book

Gun control's newest face

First in war, first in peace, first in the National League

Pastors to defy IRS on political endorsements

LeVar Burton is not happy with Romney

Anti-Muslim attacks continue

I love you, 47 percent!

Texas settles "dead" voter purge lawsuit

What does the jobs report mean for Obama?

"Call the Midwife" is the middle-class mirror image of "Downton Abbey"

The D.C. sniper 10 years later

A reporter's on-air horror show

Liberals have conspiracy theories, too