President Obama met with the Russian president at the White House and afterwards, took him out for a burger. It was a bit awkward because Gen. McChrystal was working behind the counter.
The Russian president wanted to pick up the check, but Obama said, “Don’t worry about it, just charge it to our grandchildren.”
Mexico has filed a brief against Arizona’s new immigration law. It’s a precedent because it’s the first immigration law Mexico has paid any attention to.
A tornado in Pennsylvania hit the Amish country. Electricity has been out for 150 years.
We have the annual Gay Pride Parade in New York City coming up. Nothing says pride like a 40-year-old fat guy in chiffon.
Everyone in the city has gay pride spirit. Even the Statue of Liberty is holding an appletini.
Today is the last day of New York City public schools, which means tomorrow is the first day of marauding teen punks season.
I have a busy summer planned. Me and some drinking buddies are going to hunt down bin Laden.
Tom Cruise’s underpants dancing scene in “Risky Business” was voted the single greatest scene in film history according to a recent survey of Ricky Martin.
I didn’t see “Valkyrie” because Cruise was playing a Nazi. A heroic Nazi, but still a Nazi. By the way, a heroic Nazi is like an environmentally friendly BP executive.
People make fun of Tom Cruise’s height. He’s actually 5-foot-7-inches, which is a reasonable size — for a girl.
Today is the one-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death and it’s also the one-year anniversary of people forgetting that Farrah Fawcett also died on this day.
A new study found that children are more likely to choose food that comes in packaging with a cartoon on it than without. I never would have figured that. Thanks, Yale.
The World Cup lets us learn about countries that we may never have learned about. For instance, did you know Slovakians are made out of taffy?
A British designer has created the world’s most expensive men’s suit, made with cashmere, silk, and diamonds. They say it’s the perfect way to tell your lady, “I’m a lady.”
Police in California arrested a couple for trying to sell their baby for $25 at a Wal-Mart. Wal-Mart called the incident horrifying, but also proof of its unbeatable everyday low prices.
I heard that Clay Aiken wants to be Simon Cowell’s replacement on “American Idol.” At least, I think that’s what he meant when he said he “wanted Simon Cowell’s seat.”
It’s Take Your Dog to Work Day. Or as they call it in China, “Bring Your Own Lunch Day.”