janet_jackson-728946.jpgJanet’s ‘Pleasure Principle’ Lingerie
Singer Janet Jackson’s “wardrobe malfunction” at the Superbowl made headlines four years ago when her bustier ripped. Now, she really wants people to see her underwear, and is launching her own lingerie line. The Grammy-winning singer has joined forces with Sydney-based designer Bruno Schiavi to create Pleasure Principle, a lingerie line named after her 1987 global hit. Schiavi, who founded the Jupi Corporation in 1996, has previously partnered with Australian singer Delta Goodrem and actress Priscilla Presley to create underwear lines. Jackson, 42, said the collection would be lacy and sexy. “You will see a lot of satin and lace combined and rich colors such as burgundy and beige, silver and peach as well as your classic black and white,” Jackson said in a statement. “It makes you feel incredible and offers variety as diverse as the women who will wear it.” (Continue Reading…)

Ohio Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones Dies of Aneurysm
U.S. Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, an Ohio Democrat who was one of the few dissenting voices in Congress during the 2003 invasion of Iraq, died on Wednesday after a brain aneurysm, a hospital spokeswoman said. Tubbs Jones, who represented parts of Cleveland and its eastern suburbs, suffered the aneurysm while driving her car in suburban Cleveland Heights, her office said earlier in the day. She was 58. Tubbs Jones’ condition declined throughout the day and she died at 6:12 p.m., Cleveland Clinic spokeswoman Eileen Sheil said in a statement. (Continue Reading…)

Obama TV Ad to Highlight McCain’s Link to Ralph Reed
Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama is set to debut a tough new ad in Georgia linking his Republican rival John McCain to Ralph Reed and the Christian Coalition leader’s involvement in a notorious Washington lobbying scandal. The McCain camp immediately shot back by invoking Obama’s own association with a 1960s radical who they labeled “unrepentant terrorist.” Obama’s ad is set to begin running Thursday in Atlanta. Its appearance suggests that the Obama camp is serious when it says it will battle in Georgia, which in recent years has voted solidly Republican. The TV spot questions McCain’s decision not to call Reed to testify before the Senate Indian Affairs Committee, which was investigating disgraced Washington lobbyist Jack Abramoff. (Continue Readiing…)

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