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Robin Roberts Talks About Her Health On The ‘Late Show’


Robin Roberts is feeling great! The Good Morning America co-host visited the Late Show with David Letterman last Tuesday, just to tell Letterman that she is feeling “healthier and happier” than ever before. “I can look at you right now and say I am healthier and happier than I’ve ever been” The 53-year-old Roberts confirmed… Read more »

Artists Provide ‘The Solution’ To Orlando’s Art ‘Problem’

The Solution

Orlando, Florida is a city associated with tourism. It’s a place dedicated to providing a grand vacation to tourists, either it be riding the movies or having your dreams come true. Despite it’s prominence, Orlando is not known for art, even though there is easily a prominent art presence within the city. It is a… Read more »

Mark Twain And His Time In California Are Explored In ‘The Bohemians’


Mark Twain is perhaps best known for Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer, his semi-autobiographical works about growing up in the Missouri River Valley and the adventures that his protagonists would encounter. Because of this, many casual fans of Twain have thought of the legendary writer as the white suited, mustachioed elder that was once a… Read more »

Government Deletes Mark Dice’s Youtube Channel, Orwellian Censorship?

Mark Dice

Mark Dice has never cowered when it comes to exposing the powers and propaganda of the New World Order. Unfortunately for Mark, the government doesn’t share in his crusade recently deleting Mark’s Youtube channel. According to Mark Dice’s Facebook Page, Mark’s primary Youtube channel, consisting of 265,000 subscribers, over 800 videos, and 55 million views,… Read more »

Pandora Royalty Payments To Songwriters Will Not Change, Judge Rules

The Pandora royalty paid to songwriters by the popular streaming music service will not change, a federal judge ruled on Friday. Pandora wanted a lower rate.

The Pandora royalty paid to music publishers by the highly popular internet music streaming service will not go up — or down. So ruled a federal judge Friday, in a case that saw the interests of songwriters pitted against business priorities of a top venue for getting their songs to public ears. The federal case… Read more »

Is Sharyl Attkisson The Latest Victim Of Media Suppression?

Sharyl Attkisson Silenced?

She was known for hard-hitting investigative journalism, and now Sharyl Attkisson may have become the latest casualty in the increasing battle to silence those voices relentless in the pursuit of the truth. After a long and successful career with CBS News, Emmy-award winning Attkisson has resigned in what she has termed an “amicable” split, after… Read more »

Ellen DeGeneres’ Oscars Selfie Was A Samsung Galaxy Marketing Stunt

Oscars Selfie By Ellen DeGeneres Was A Samsung Galaxy Marketing Stunt

The Oscars selfie by Ellen DeGeneres has turned out to not be a candid moment shared by the stars at the Academy Awards. Instead, Samsung was simply promoting its Galaxy Note line of smartphones. In a related report by The Inquisitr, Ellen DeGeneres Oscars selfie has apparently become one of the most famous selfies ever… Read more »

Fox News Thinks You Can Buy Pot With Food Stamps In Colorado

Marijuana Food Stamps

Fox News devoted an entire segment on the January 21 edition of its morning show Fox and Friends to outrage over people in Colorado who use food stamps to buy pot. Colorado, along with Washington, is one of the two states where selling and using marijuana for non-medical purposes became legal this year. Fox News… Read more »

CBS’ Lara Logan On Leave Over Discredited Benghazi Report

Lara Logan On Leave Following Discredited Benghazi Report

CBS‘ Lara Logan is on leave after her Benghazi report on 60 Minutes in October came under fire for relying on a discredited source. Max McClellan, Logan’s producer, will also be taking a leave from CBS. The announcement was made by the news network on Tuesday. Representatives for the network say both McClellan and Logan… Read more »

Netflix Movies Kill Blockbuster, Movie Theater Industry Next?

netflix movies

Netflix movies and television streaming killed popular competitors like Blockbuster. Now the Video On Demand (VOD) service is looking to take down the movie theater industry. Ted Sarandos, the chief content officer for Netflix, gave a keynote speech on October 26, 2013 at the Film Independent Forum in Los Angeles. In his speech, Sarandos challenges… Read more »

Giraffe Picture A Virus Due To The Facebook Giraffe Riddle Game?

Giraffe Picture A Virus Due To The Facebook Giraffe Riddle Game

Could your giraffe picture contain a virus due to the Facebook giraffe riddle game? As previously reported by The Inquisitr, if you don’t mind spoilers and want to know the solution, you can find the Facebook giraffe riddle answer here. The basis of the game is that if you don’t provide the correct giraffe riddle… Read more »

Nikki Finke Leaving Deadline, Promises ‘The Real Truth About Hollywood’

Nikki Finke Deadline

Sharon Waxman, eat your heart out! Feared, powerful and nigh-mythical Hollywood journalist Nikki Finke is leaving Deadline, the breaking entertainment news site that she herself founded. Though it has been rumored for months, Finke announced Thursday night that she is absolutely leaving Deadline after months of apparent quibbling with Jay Penske, whose company has owned… Read more »

Facebook Violence Warning For Beheading Video Denounced, FB Reverses Policy

Facebook Violence Warning For Decapitation Video Denounced, FB Reverses Policy

The policy for a Facebook violence warning has been reversed in the case of a Facebook beheading video depicting a woman being decapitated. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, a Facebook privacy policy change puts user’s personal information at risk. In response to several violent videos being posted on Facebook, the social media giant began… Read more »