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Topic - Arnold Schwarzenegger
This bombshell news never really got to explode: NBC News' senior investigative correspondent Lisa Myers found buried in the 2010 Obamacare regulations language predicting "a reasonable range for the percentage of individual policies that would terminate is 40 percent to 67 percent."
Hollywood action star and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger has been quietly lobbying key politicos for a legal loophole or a constitutional change that would clear the path for him to run for president in 2016.
Moviegoers in the United Arab Emirates saw the screen turn black as frazzled officials broke up the screening of Sylvester Stallone and Arnold Schwarzenegger's latest action flick after a character was heard cursing in Arabic in the movie.
Scientists have created a polymer that can self-heal almost any break.
More people were forced from their homes outside the posh central Idaho ski town of Ketchum as a wildfire stoked by strong winds made a push to the north.
One can't get much more grass roots than this: Sarah Palin is the keynote speaker Thursday at an agricultural "field day" near Baltic, S.D. — population 1,090 — situated on the scenic banks of the Big Sioux River in the eastern corner of the state.
Apparently, age is not an issue in the Terminator saga because Hollywood hero and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, 65, has signed up to play the next in the series, No. 5.
Maria Shriver will rejoin NBC as a special anchor working on issues surrounding the shifting roles of women in American life.
When he is not starring in action movies or promoting fitness, Arnold Schwarzenegger, is a bona fide wonk — and the namesake of the University of Southern California's Schwarzenegger Institute for State and Global Policy. Yes, the Schwarzenegger Institute, where the motto is "advancing policy not politics."
Celebrity climate alarmist Al Gore has some competition. Arnold Schwarzenegger has joined the ranks of high-profile folks eager to warn the world about global warming.
"Oz the Great and Powerful" is living up to its name at the box office.
The three major credit bureaus say hackers who have posted credit reports on stars and government officials in recent days did not breach secure databases but relied on personal information they collected elsewhere on the public figures.
The first lady and the vice president are among the latest public figures to have their private information posted on a mysterious website, and the Secret Service has joined the investigation into the postings that include documents from people ranging from rapper Jay-Z to the head of the FBI.
He was the Terminator, then a governor, and now Arnold Schwarzenegger is an editor.
Hollywood's latest films performed tepidly at the box-office on Oscar weekend, with Melissa McCarthy's "Identity Thief" returning to the top spot in its third week of release.
"The time has come for Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform. This issue has been ignored for far too long. Everything I have achieved is because I emigrated to America," Mr. Schwarzenegger tells Inside the Beltway. "The USC Schwarzenegger Institute forum will heighten the debate and help Congress understand why immigration reform must be addressed."
"The time has come for Congress to pass comprehensive immigration reform," says Arnold Schwarzenegger, who came to the U.S. from Austria.