Jon Stewart Talks Religious Freedom With Rand Paul, Hilarity Ensues

If there's one thing Jon Stewart is good at (and there are, in fact, many things Jon Stewart is good at), it's calling out politicians on their blatant hypocrisies. That's why it was such a delight to see the host sit down with U.S. Senator Rand Paul last night to talk about what the concept of personal freedom really means—and, perhaps more important, what it doesn't mean. For example, on the topic of businesses that refuse to provide services for same-sex weddings in the name of "religious freedom," Stewart challenged the senator thusly: "It seems like gay marriage looms see more

10 Reasons Miley Cyrus Is the Pop Star the World Needs Right Now

Last Tuesday, Miley Cyrus rolled out her first nonprofit organization, the Happy Hippie Foundation. The organization's manifesto reads like a call to arms: "We will challenge each other and the world & will stop pointless judgment." The mission? "Rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth and other vulnerable populations." Time will tell if the organization meets that mission, but we wouldn't bet against it. With tens of millions of fans worldwide, the 22-year-old pop star has the ear of a generation -- and she's broadcasting her passions loudly. Here's why we think Cyrus may just see more
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Obama and Letterman Have Big Retirement Plans

Hosting Late Night and leading the free world are both super-demanding jobs (albeit in very different ways), so it makes sense that President Obama and David Letterman would have pretty low-key retirement plans . . . but dominoes? That's apparently what Obama's looking forward to, as he explained to Letterman last night during a conversation about their futures: "I was thinking you and me, we could play some dominoes together," Obama said. "We can go to the local Starbucks and, you know, swap stories." That sounded fine to Letterman, though he clearly didn't want the president to think he'd see more

Why 2016 Could Be the Snapchat Election

There's a long road ahead before the 2016 elections, and yet as the early round of presidential hopefuls comes into focus—Hillary, Rand, Ted, and the gang— the most powerful player in the election might not be a politician or a donor. Once known for now-you-see-'em-now-you-don't clandestine images, the smartphone app Snapchat is now being recognized as a powerful storytelling tool, which savvy candidates will be eager to leverage in the run-up to the election. While possible contenders are at the ready with first-wave social media like Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, Snapchat may be the key to reaching the ever-elusive see more

Carly Fiorina Announces Presidential Bid and 7 Other Things You Need to Know This Morning

Carly Fiorina, the onetime CEO of Hewlett Packard, announced that she's running for the GOP's presidential nomination on Good Morning America Monday. This makes her the only woman running in the Republican field. Ben Carson, a retired neurosurgeon, went a little smaller when he announced his bid on a local TV news station in Cincinnati this weekend. (The Associated Press) see more

Ray-Ban Asks Rand Paul to Stop Selling Its Sunglasses

Ray-Bans caught presidential hopeful Rand Paul being very shady, and they didn't like it. The iconic sunglasses brand asked the Republican presidential candidate to stop selling its glasses on his campaign website. The shades were selling for $150 and featured a "Rand" logo, reports The Washington Times. A spokesperson for Luxottica, the parent company of Ray-Ban, says, "Ray-Ban is not at all a political brand—we're focused on making sunglasses that people love." While the eyewear has been removed from Paul's online store, Paulcolytes still have plenty of merch to choose from. You can get a $15 iPhone case, a see more

Here's the Cutest Same-Sex-Marriage Commercial You'll Ever See

We'd hate to say the fight for marriage equality in Ireland is getting cute, but there was definitely an audible aww in our office when we first saw this commercial. see more

Hitler in Shorts and Knee Socks Is the Weirdest Thing You'll See Today

Everything was bad about Hitler, right down to the socks. That much can be deduced from a release of these previously unseen photos of the Fuhrer wearing lederhosen shorts and knee-high socks, released by the Daily Mail. It exposes a laughable side to the loathsome dictator, one that he would have preferred to gone unknown. Thanks to the discovery of a 70-year-old fanzine (yes, really) dedicated to Hitler called Deutschland Erwache (translation: Germany Awaken), the pictures are being spread wide, despite the German leader ultimately coming to the realization that they're "beneath one's dignity." It's good to know that see more

Watch: Jimmy Kimmel's Imaginary Clinton Campaign Logos Are Better Than the Real One

When it comes to presidential-campaign logos (much like presidential everything else), you apparently can't please all of the people all of the time. That's what we learned on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, when the host explained that Hillary Clinton's recently unveiled logo (a blue "H" with a red arrow) is less than popular, though he wasn't sure why. "I think it's pretty straightforward: The 'H' is for Hillary, the arrow shows she loves archery," he said. Since the logo is fairly innocuous but it's already getting people stirred up, Kimmel sent his team of professional pranksters out to see more

Here's a Hillary Clinton Error Everyone Can Love

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton may have e-mail troubles, but her website has everything—even 404 errors—covered. Some people may not be thrilled with the design of her campaign logo, but her website's sleek design is stellar and includes all the bells and whistles you'd expect from a woman who announced she's running for the top government position via a YouTube video. But the best part of navigating the site comes when you you're sent to its 404 page: a shot of the former Secretary of State with her husband (oh, that would be ex-President Bill Clinton), her daughter Chelsea, and see more
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