By now, it’s obvious. The award goes to Florida. (Now) ironically nicknamed “The Sunshine State,” It’s been pretty gloomy for residents. To shed light on one particular subject, we have the infamous Zimmerman trial. However, that’s wasn’t the beginning and it seems like that won’t be the end.
Even without a smartphone, this intern was definitely tech savvy. It’s been over 13 years since he’s been in office, but The National Enquirer has supposedly gotten a hold of a secret cassette tape that was supposed to have been destroyed with Monica explicitly talking about her plans to smash Clinton. Although she’s the only one on there, the transcript is pretty juicy. Check out the transcript after the jump.
Anthony Weiner has had a no good, very bad week. After coming in first in Quinnipiac’s poll last week against all candidates, his favorability stands at 11% now. Ouch. With Sydney Leathers making her rounds trashing him with not even Eliot Spitzer supporting him, it would seem wise to cut his losses now and just make peace with himself. Not happening, says Weiner. Check out his official statement in the video after the jump.
Imagine if a Senator or American politician bragged about killing one particular race, it would be political suicide. As both the Palestinians and Israelis gear up for another set of peace talks with Secretary of State John Kerry, it would probably be best if both governments would refrain from saying anything crazy. As part of the agreement, the Israeli government has agreed to let go of 104 Palestinian prisoners, which did not fly with Israeli politician Naftali Bennett. Find out what he said after the jump.
Despite speculation regarding whether or not Anthony Weiner should remain in the race to be NYC’s mayor, he recently confirmed today, that he’s still in. Despite his optimism, his campaign manager quit. Check out more info after the jump.
New York’s mayoral candidate Anthony Weiner who has been gaining national attention for his online affairs after revealing explicit photos a la sexting is now set to be on the cover of The New Yorker. If you’re familiar with the humor of the New Yorker, you know that the picture will, first, be hilarious. After that, though provoking. If you’re familiar with the scandal, the cover fits. Check it out after the jump.
Today the US government’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration issued its first draft of what will be mobile apps code of conduct to help better protect consumers and our privacy. Hit the jump for the full story ..
Nas was a guest on Anderson Cooper’s show on CNN to discuss race and justice in America. Nas appears at 2:30 mark. You know Nas does not hold anything back when he speaks. Click below to find out what Nas had to say.