Ben Affleck Gives a Batman Shout-Out to Senator at Congressional Hearing

Batman has landed in Washington.

Ben Affleck, who stars as the crime fighting superhero in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, managed to sneak in a Bruce Wayne reference while testifying at a Congressional hearing Thursday on Capitol Hill.

The actor and philanthropist, 42, spoke in front of Senate Appropriations Subcommittee about foreign aid at the Diplomacy, Development and National Security hearing, during which he gave a special shout out to a Batman enthusiast on the panel.

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Bill Gates Drinks Water Converted from 'Sewer Sludge' with Humanitarian Device (VIDEO)

If anyone could afford a glass of the most pristine, rare mountain spring water, it would be Bill Gates, right?

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Do These Famous Middle Children Live Up to the Stereotype?

It’s easy to overlook among all the other more important things going on in the world, but Aug. 12 is Middle Child Day.

As the second of three children born in a 36-month period, this is the one day of the year I get any attention at all. In this regard, I’m not as lucky as the eight famous middle children you’re about to read about, many of whom get attention every day of the year.

President Obama, Bill Gates Pay Tribute to Steve Jobs

The death of Steve Jobs has spurred reactions from around the globe, from customers to world leaders praising his genius and mourning his loss.

Among those paying tribute is President Barack Obama, who issued a statement shortly after Jobs’s death, from pancreatic cancer, was announced Wednesday.

Kelly Clarkson, LeBron James to 'Get Schooled' Across TV

Kelly Clarkson and NBA supertstar LeBron James are teaming to promote education in a new special, Get Schooled: You Have the Right, documenting how the behind-the-scenes professionals who work with the stars became who they are today.

Facebook Founder Youngest Billionaire on the Planet

Investor Warren Buffett and Microsoft founder Bill Gates still lead the pack when it comes to being well-heeled, but in terms of new riches, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is a force to be reckoned with.

Worth $1.5 billion, the 23-year-old debuts on this year’s Forbes magazine’s list of the World’s Billionaires – where he is ranked 785th.

Bono, The Gateses 'Persons of the Year'

Time magazine named Bono and Bill and Melinda Gates its “Persons of the Year,” citing the U2 rocker’s and the Microsoft founder and his wife’s charitable work and activism aimed at reducing global poverty and improving world health.

Jamie Foxx Scores Top TiVo Oscar Moment

COUNTED: Jamie Foxx’s passionate recollection of his late grandmother during his Best Actor acceptance speech for Ray was the Oscar moment most replayed by TiVo digital video recorder customers, the company announced, basing its sample on 10,000 anonymous TiVo households. The second most-popular TiVo moment was Clint Eastwood’s Best Picture win for Million Dollar Baby. Cate Blanchett and Kate Winslet proved the big TiVo stars of ABC’s pre-Oscar show.