One politician shows us a way to guarantee that the Force will be with you at the polling stations.
What if it wasn’t just the geeks who read Isaac Asimov and Arthur C. Clarke? What if science fiction was mandatory reading for all students?
When you sit down to speak with the first-ever democratically elected president of Egypt, you know where you don't expect the conversation to turn? Chartlon Heston movies. Yet somehow, and at the president's own behest, that is exactly what happened while talking about foreign affairs.
You can chalk this up to the oh-so-relevant political discourse in America, but apparently, a senate candidate from Maine has drawn fire from the opposing party because ... she plays World of Warcraft.
There are lots of problems facing America today, and no one can agree on which party can best fix them. Maybe it's time to throw out the old system and unify us by writing in a true American hero. All right—that would never happen in the real world. In the Marvel Universe on the other hand ...
George R. R. Martin, the man behind Game of Thrones and the sole reminder that LiveJournal still exists, has kicked up quite a fuss over the recent attempts at voter purging in a number of Republican majority and battleground states.
It's election season, and that means a lot of heated debates on a lot of heavy issues. Apparently, someone thought one of those issues should be which presidential candidate would best handle an alien invasion, and decided to put the question to the American people. So who won the vote?
As the 2012 presidential race kicks into gear, a voter may well wonder: Who are these people and what planet are they from?
William Shatner has said that he wants to be Canada's prime minister, a role that won't give him much of an opportunity to...