Today's news you might've missed:
CNN’s Wolf Blitzer, lead political anchor, host of "The Situation Room" and all-around nice guy, took some time recently to answer a few iReport questions.
Wolf sets the record straight about his name (real or made-for-TV?), reveals how he keeps his iconic beard oh-so-perfect and tells us where his journalism career got its start.
He’s also got a not-so-hidden dancing talent. If you haven’t caught one of his many high-profile performances, well … here you go.
Thanks to all of our iReporters who submitted questions, especially iReporter Wolf Fishzter who - in the interest of full disclosure - also happens to be our CNN.com newsroom fish. Well, happened to be. Sadly he’s no longer with us. (On a related note: Welcome to the newsroom, Anderson Grouper.)
While he is starring in one, rapper T.I. is still not a fan of reality shows.
"It's less about the lives of people and more about the catastrophes within the lives of people," he said. "They just want that moment of drama and tragedy to exploit instead of really focusing on the foundational structure of the lives of people."
That hasn't stopped T.I., his wife Tameka "Tiny" Cottle and their kids from agreeing to appear in the new VH1 reality series “T.I. and Tiny: The Family Hustle.” FULL POST
Serial killer drama “Dexter” has been renewed for two more seasons, but that could be all fans will get out of the series.
Showtime president David Nevins has told Entertainment Weekly that while this could change, "everybody is operating under [the] assumption" that seasons 7 and 8 will constitute the end of “Dexter.”
Additionally, a storyline is already being crafted to be carried out during those next two seasons.
Bravo’s “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” has depicted Taylor Armstrong's personal issues, but the reality star is planning to tell you even more.
E! News reports that Armstrong has signed a memoir deal with Simon & Schuster, and is writing about life with late husband Russell Armstrong, who committed suicide in August.
The month prior, Taylor filed for divorce and told People magazine that she was verbally and physically abused during their nearly six-year marriage.
The couple’s marital issues, filmed before the split, have been playing out on season 2 of “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.”
Taylor’s tell-all tome will hit shelves on February 7.
As Republican presidential hopeful Herman Cain suspends his bid amidst allegations of sexual harassment and an affair, he leaves us with an entertainment-related (and, to some, probably entertaining) news nugget.
On Saturday, Cain announced that he was suspending his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination, and his parting words included a quote from an unlikely source: A song from “Pokémon: The Movie 2000.”
The former CEO of Godfather's Pizza said this weekend as he has previously during his campaign, "Life can be a challenge, life can seem impossible, it's never easy when there is so much on the line. But you and I can make a difference.”
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