Kim Kardashian out and about in NYC

Stone faced socialite Kim Kardashian waded through a sea of paparazzi as she left Kanye West's apartment home in NYC on Tuesday. Every photo agency in the city has a photographer camped outside Kanye's home. I hear the paparazzi work in shifts so they don't miss a single shot of Kim or Kanye leaving the building. The going rate for a non-exclusive photo of Kim and Kanye together is about $50.00. A photo of Kim by herself is worth $20. Multiply those rates by all the blogs, magazines, newspapers and TV shows that buy the photos and you can see why the paparazzi are jockeying for position outside Kanye's home.
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Sean Hannity and President Obama

The ObamaCare hotline operator who spoke with Fox News host Sean Hannity about the problem plagued ObamaCare website was fired from her job.

In response to the negative press about problems accessing his Healthcare.gov website, President Obama gave out a toll-free number to buy health insurance.

Hannity called the 800 number and spoke with operator Earline Davis during his live radio show on Monday. Ms. Davis was very helpful and answered all of Hannity's probing questions. She even read the script that she and other operators were told to tell callers.

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Beyonce and Blue Ivy

We're not surprised that Cabaret singer Beyonce and her aging husband Jay Z are having trouble retaining nannies; the Hollywood power couple are notorious for being difficult to work for.

Beyonce, 32, and 43-year-old Jay Z are reportedly seeking a nanny with a particular skill to care for their 18-month-old daughter Blue Ivy, the National Ledger reports.

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Jon Gosselin Pulls Gun On Paparazzi

Former TV dad Jon Gosselin, who gained fame on the reality TV show Jon + Kate Plus 8, admitted he pulled a gun and fired a warning shot in the air when a photographer got too close to his Pennsylvania home.

"I am licensed to carry a concealed handgun, which I withdrew," Jon told gossip blog TMZ. He said he fired the shot into the air to scare the photographer into leaving his property, not to hurt her: "It is well within my rights under Pennsylvania law when someone is trespassing on private property," he said.

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Prince Jackson

Unlike Prince Hakeem of Zamunda, Michael Jackson's son Prince Jackson works for a living. 16-year-old Prince was seen leaving his job after working the day shift at a fast food joint in a strip mall in Beverly Hills, California. The 3 Jackson children can't touch their multimillion dollar inheritance left to them by their father until they are 18. Which means Prince will be punching his time card until February 13, 2015.
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Rob Carmona

A federal judge has ruled that workplace use of the derogatory term 'nigger' is illegal, even if uttered by black people.

Brandi Johnson, 38, was awarded $250,000 in compensatory damages in a lawsuit brought against STRIVE agency founder Rob Carmona (pictured above) for calling her the N-word during a taped "four-minute nigger tirade". Johnson said Carmona was angered over her inappropriate workplace attire and unprofessional behavior.

STRIVE prepares young black people with the tools necessary to enter the workforce. STRIVE's website notes that the agency has helped nearly 50,000 people find jobs.

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Amber Rose Hires New Manager

Socialite Amber Rose longs for the days when her name dominated the headlines on blogs. Not much has happened for Rose since Kanye West dumped her for greener pastures. Every attempt she has made to stay relevant has flopped. So Rose did what any smart attention whore would do: hire the mother of another attention whore as her manager.

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Magic Johnson and President Obama

Magic Johnson and President Obama

President Obama's White House guest list is beginning to sound like a joke punchline. Instead of inviting CEO's or experts who know a thing or two about jobs creation, Obama invited NBA legend Earvin "Magic" Johnson to the White House to brainstorm about creating jobs.

As Twitchy.com points out, the President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness, which is now disbanded, didn't get the job done. So why not invite a sports star who is the face of a multimillion dollar corporation run by silent partners?

Johnson, 54, couldn't contain his excitement when he took to his Twitter account to boast about his biggest achievement -- no, not his 5 NBA championship rings; and not the birth of his son. Something bigger.

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Charles Ramsey

Charles Ramsey, the Cleveland man who helped rescue three kidnapped women says he is broke, homeless, and needs a job.

Ramsey became an overnight celebrity after he helped free Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight who were held captive for over 10 years by Cleveland school bus driver Ariel Castro.

Donations poured in for the unlikely hero who used part of his windfall to purchase a used BMW for $8,000. Ramsey reportedly turned down offers of free burgers for the rest of his life from more than a dozen northeast Ohio restaurants. He also reportedly spurned a job offer from McDonald's.

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President Obama at Morehouse College

President Barack Obama was in town on Sunday to deliver the commencement address at Morehouse, the historically black, all-male college in Atlanta.

Mr. Obama was his usual, arrogant, cocky self as he delivered the Commencement Address. Obama received a polite smattering of applause when he told the graduates that they can no longer use the color of their skin as an excuse for making bad decisions.

Without elaborating, Mr. Obama said men in the black community continue to make bad choices. Obama, who is biracial, said he, too wrote off his failings as just another example of the world trying to keep a black man down. "Excuses are tools of the incompetent used to bridge bridges to nowhere and monuments of nothingness," he said to another smattering of polite applause.

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