- Daily Shot | Daily Shot | Thu, Nov 8, 2012 2:20 PM EST | Comments
Ali and John discuss the Twitter firestorm that occurred on election night when millions of people tweeted their reactions to the results, including Justin Bieber, Donald Trump, and Barack Obama himself. Ali even got into her own Twitter feud the day after the election when she tweeted: "Sorry Romney- but this morning my vagina is barking like a seal!"
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- Anderson Team | Anderson Cooper | Fri, Nov 9, 2012 2:22 PM EST | Comments
Iyanla Vanzant, who was Friday's "Anderson Live" co-host, shared her thoughts on a viral video of President Obama when he addressed his Chicago campaign staff. The President became emotional during the speech, and Iyanla explained that it's hard for people to show their emotions "for any President... for a man. I think we forget he's a people and he's got a heart. And he's been through a lot."
Vanzant, who stars in reality show "Fix My Life" on OWN, added, "Men are conditioned to be tough." Watch the clip to see what else she had to say!
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- Babble.com | Parenting | Thu, Nov 8, 2012 1:29 PM EST | Comments
While my family, as Obama supporters, is still singing the happy song of re-election and hope in our house, I see that there is much work ahead to create the world that my son will grow up in and eventually vote in. I asked other parents to join me in making wishes and speaking aloud the lessons we want our kids to take away from this presidential election, no matter who we voted for (or they did). Here are 7 things moms said we hope our kids take from this time in their lives to a time when our country is in an even better place. - Jessica Ashley
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- Lylah M. Alphonse, Senior Editor, Yahoo! Shine | Love + Sex | Fri, Nov 9, 2012 3:56 PM EST | CommentsIt was an intimate snapshot of a sweet celebration: Minutes after the networks called the 2012 presidential election for Barack Obama on Tuesday night, the Obama for America campaign posted a picture of him hugging his wife along with a simple message: "Four more years." Within minutes, it became the most popular post in the history of Twitter and the most-liked image in the history of Facebook, shared more than 804,000 times, marked as a favorite by more than 289,500 Twitter users, and "liked" by more than 3.2 million Facebook friends.
Happy couple: The most-popular social media image of all time. (Photo: Scout Tufankjian/Obama for America)
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The simple shot of a happy husband and wife was a surprise to people who may have been expecting a grand portrait of a newly re-elected president and his people. But no one was more surprised than the woman who took the photo back in August.
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- Good Housekeeping | Author Blog Posts | Fri, Oct 26, 2012 10:43 AM EDT | CommentsIn a revealing talk with Editor in Chief Rosemary Ellis, the wife of the Republican nominee talks about her struggle with MS, the cause closest to her heart ‐ and why she believes her husband will win.
GOOD HOUSEKEEPING: Let's start at the very beginning of your story with Mitt. What first made you fall in love with him?
ANN ROMNEY: We were so young; we started dating in March of his senior year of high school. He was just so engaging, fun-loving, and goofy. Every thought was about him; every moment was about him. I couldn't imagine living without him.
GH: OK, but I felt the same way about my boyfriend when I was in high school...whom I should not have married and did not marry!
AR: I guess it went from puppy love to something deeper over time. It was a summer of love. He worked at the Chrysler Corporation as a security guard during the night shift, and then he spent the day with me - so he basically didn't sleep. (Laughs)
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