Why MetLife Is Kicking Snoopy Into Early Retirement
Many brands use mascots to connect with customers, but the insurance giant announced it is changing direction.
Civility Essential to Election Process
The "GMA" team of insiders analyzes some of the biggest stories trending this morning.
Dos Equis Reveals New 'Most Interesting Man in the World'
The brewer has brought on Augustin Legrand, a French actor, to star in its legendary commercials.
'90210' Star Ian Ziering Shares His Holiday Workout Tips
"90210" and "Sharknado" star Ian Ziering is known for staying in shape. In fact, the man once was a celebrity guest star at Chippendales in Las Vegas. The great actor, 51, took some time out at the Halevy Life fitness center in NYC to show ABC News' very own Michael Rothman and Olivia Smith some
'Sharknado' Star Ian Ziering Shares His Workout Tips for the Holidays
Mike nothing here at ABC news and you're probably wondering what is going on. Behind me. We have a very special employee today. We're here at the Halladay. Senator on this. And Olivia and it is. Holiday light center and Olivia is getting stretched because we hear the partnership between AFLAC. And
Thad Cochran's Impressive Array of Corporate Backers
Thad Cochran’s FEC reports read like checklists of every type of PAC imaginable. Money has flown around in Mississippi this month, and the incumbent won last night’s Senate primary runoff with help from a truly impressive array of groups—many of them corporate affiliated—donating directly to...
Top 11 Most Cringeworthy Celebrity Tweets of 2011
Twitter has proved itself to be a powerful social media tool for celebrities, allowing them to promote their newest projects and connect with fans much more intimately than ever before. Some, like Kim Kardashian, even get paid to promote products to their huge followings. But what Twitter can
Aflac Duck Auditions: Humans Quack for Role
Insurer holds auditions to replace voice of Gilbert Gottfried as duck mascot.
Sandra Bullock Gives $1 Million to Japan Earthquake Victims
Sandra Bullock stepped up to do what no celebrity has done in the wake of the 9.0 earthquake that rocked Japan last week : she donated a significant sum of money to relief efforts. On Thursday, the American Red Cross told ABC News that this week, the Oscar-winning "Blind Side" actress donated $1
UCLA Student Latest to Joke About Japan Quake
Alexandra Wallace Apologizes for Video Tirade As List of People Making Light of Disaster Grows