If you were excited about seeing Lindsay Lohan in Marc Ecko's new campaign, well, too bad: the label used a model for a body double and 'Shopped on Lindsay's face. But who is the masked girl? [Daily Mail]
So turns out no one thinks it's okay for state officials to pressure a woman savagely beaten by her partner to go away quietly, especially if her partner is the New York governor's right-hand man. How not okay, exactly?
Who but Gawker's AlexPareene could help me understand Bon Jovi's Iranian tribute song, Iraqi withdrawal, the New York Senate's misdeeds and the appropriately Christian punishment for Mark Sanford's sins?
More and more these days, politicians appear to be straying from their marriages — but, unlike in the old days where a short public acknowledgment wasn't de rigueur, today's straying politicians are obligated to old press conferences to explain themselves.
Last night, Sarah Palin ended up stopping by a Republican fundraiser that she was scheduled to headline, dropped out of and tried to get back into when her 2012 rival, Newt Gingrich, took her slot. [Washington Post]
New York Governor David Paterson is about to appoint Congresswoman Kirsten Gillibrand to Hillary Clinton's Senate seat, the right is obsessed with fisting and there's new evidence that racism isn't confined to the South.