Tom Cruise jumps back to Oprah: Hold onto your sofas! Three years after the famous couch-jumping incident, Tom Cruise is stopping by The Oprah Winfrey Show to talk about his 25th anniversary in show business. The Big-O will visit the mega-star at his home on May 2 and then Tom will cruise into Oprah's studio on May 5.
Number of kids seized from polygamous sect increases: After further investigation, the number of children removed from the polygamist compound and put in Texas state custody rose to 462. State officials believe that at least 25 mothers, who said they were adults, are younger than 18 years old. Texas continues to place children in foster care, while they investigate child abuse allegations.
J.Lo coming to a TV near you: Cameras are rolling inside Jennifer Lopez's house as she juggles motherhood with her career. The new TLC "docu-series" will follow the new mother of twins and give viewers an inside look into her private life.
Clinton rakes in cash: Senator Hillary Clinton raised $10 million in the past 24 hours after her decisive victory over Senator Obama in Pennsylvania. Clinton's campaign, which was reportedly in debt, was in desperate need of cash.
Star Jones files for divorce: The ex-View filed for divorce from her husband, Al Reynolds, after three-and-a-half years of marriage. The case is sealed, and the cause of divorce is unknown. Star acknowledged an error in judgment by being so public about her private life and said she is determined to become a stronger woman at the end of this experience.
Students suspended for meeting Obama: Senator Obama isn't the only one who lost in Pennsylvania last night. Two high school seniors were suspended for skipping gym class so they could meet the presidential hopeful. Colin Saltry and Joey Daniel even got an excuse note signed by the senator, but school officials said the rules were broken. Do you think the suspension was valid?
Suri Cruise's $100,000 butterfly birthday bash: Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes spared no expense on their daughter's second birthday party. Suri reportedly blew out two candles on a four-tier polka-dot cake topped with yellow and white sugar butterflies as 1,000 real butterflies flew around her. Tom will probably have to star in Mission Impossible 49 in order to pay for Suri's Sweet 16!
Marines want you?: Due to an unpopular war and a decline in enrollment, the United State Marine Corps. has launched an advertising campaign targeting women. Ads appear in fitness magazines like Self and Shape and show a softer, more patriotic tone designed to recruit women.
Tom Cruise's son plays Will Smith: Cruise's 13-year-old son with ex-wife Nicole Kidman will hit the big screen in his debut role in the new Will Smith drama Seven Pounds. Connor had to audition for the role and will play a young Smith in the film.
Mother of all primaries in Pennsylvania: Senators Obama and Clinton face off today after a month-long battle in the critical Pennsylvania primary. This is a must-win contest for the Mom contender to keep her campaign alive. Following bitter attacks over the past few weeks, the NY Times reports that it is becoming increasingly impossible for a dream ticket of Obama/Clinton or Clinton/Obama.
Mom sues Victoria's Secret: A divorced mother of four from Long Island, New York claims the sexy lingerie retailer ripped off the convertible bra she patented in 2004. Katerina Plew says she emailed company execs a photo of her affordable bra with detachable straps, and was stunned to see the Victoria's Secret "Very Sexy 100-Way Strapless Convertible Bra" which she believes infringes on her patent.
Danica Patrick races away with top prize: Race car driver Danica Patrick sped into history this weekend, becoming the first woman ever to win an IndyCar race. Danica crossed the finish line in the Indy Japan 300 while her mom was there cheering her on.
Speaking of races...Obama predicts Clinton victory in Pennsylvania: Senator Obama is campaigning in Pennsylvania today on the eve of the state's crucial primary. Obama predicts that Senator Clinton will defeat him in the must-win state to keep her campaign alive, but says he will narrow her margin of victory.
ACLU concerned human rights violated in polygamist case: The Texas branch of the American Civil Liberties Union is worried that the constitutional rights of the polygamist mothers and children were violated. The ACLU concedes that this child endangerment case is unprecedented, but says the basic human rights of all Americans to be safe in our homes, worship, and be with our children may have been endangered.
Britney back on TV: After rave reviews, Britney will return for another guest appearance on How I Met Your Mother. We bet Neil Patrick Harris
Pope prays at ground zero: On his last day in America, Pope Benedict XVI will pray at ground zero with survivors and relatives of those killed during the September 11th terrorist attacks. After blessing the site, he'll deliver mass at Yankee Stadium. Keep Reading...