Today is World Mental Health Day, and, in our opinion, mental health is an issue that far too many organizations, groups and just everyday people shy away from. However, the BBC are doing their part as their BBC Learning mental health and wellbeing campaign, BBC Headroom, is celebrating Alastair Cambell’s new film,
10 Oct 2008 10:04 GMT
For all of us Britney Fans who have been cheering her on and watched in horror as she went through a disturbing, very public mental breakdown over the past two – three years, you will be pleased to know that Britney is finally setting the record straight.
For the first time since the whole “shaved head, crazy umbrella fight” situation and her brief stint in rehab, Britney is sitting down and talking about what’s really been going with her in a 90 minute documentary. She explains in th...
10 Oct 2008 09:17 GMT
In perhaps one of the most ridiculous live debates I've ever seen, two "experts" and a Fox News anchor go head-to-head in a discussion about Sarah Palin's tres controversial Newsweek cover.
09 Oct 2008 12:00 GMT
Last night, Michelle Obama, the woman who will hopefully be the next First Lady, graced the folks of The Daily Show with her graceful presence.
While it wasn't exactly an exciting or necessarily informative interview, it was good to see that Michelle has the balls to go and sit across people like Jon Stewart and Stephen Colbert and can hold her own. I rea...
09 Oct 2008 10:03 GMT
BitchyBetty is an awesome new website that is "bitching for change", and features "Bitches" (complaints and pitches on how to change the world) and "Betties" which are BitchyBetty's fabulous users.
08 Oct 2008 11:11 GMT
While I'm usually not a fan of full-out rants by cable news anchors, as they just remind me of Bill O'Reilly, this 11 minute "Special Moment" by Keith Oblermann is something special.
07 Oct 2008 09:00 GMT
Madeline Albright has responded to Sarah Palin's ridiculous misuse and misquotation of a statement from Albright on a "Starbucks mocha cup". As we previously reported, at a rally in California this weekend, Sarah Palin suggested that women should vote for her because, like Madel...
06 Oct 2008 13:30 GMT
- Two women from the UK and New Zealand were two of the first three people to ever free-fall through the skies above Mount Everest. 29-year-old, Winchestor-born Holly Budge explained that they landed at 12,350 feet above sea level after free-falling for a minute and that "while we were above the
clouds you could see Everest and the other high mountains popping out of the
06 Oct 2008 09:08 GMT
One of the biggest criticisms of feminists and, eh, non-feminist women who wanted Hillary Clinton as the next US President, was we were voting for her just because she was a woman.
There were some women who admitted that, yes, this was the case, because how many more years is it going to be until we saw another woman that would be as qualified as Clinton to be President? How many years would it be until we saw a woman this close to the White House?
05 Oct 2008 11:40 GMT
On last night's
SNL, Tina Fey reprised her role as Sarah Palin! This time, she spoofs
the widely viewed Vice Presidential debate, with Queen Latifah playing Gwen Ifill.
Even though I still stand by our stance of not reporting non-news on Sarah Palin, this totally doesn't count: it's news about Tina Fey!
05 Oct 2008 03:44 GMT