Charlie Sheen winning

People are already interested in reading about and watching celebrities. Using their life experiences and health journeys as an expository case study not only is stealth public health education. Charlie Sheen did a good thing and has given us a platform. Let's use it.
Most commentators trying to figure out the appeal of Donald Trump are looking in the wrong place. They try to intuit some kind of ideological appeal, when the candidate's hook is purely visceral. Trump hits GOP voters in the gut when he says: "We don't have any wins any more."
#Blessed is now one of the most popular trends on our Twitter feeds, but how has the word taken on a new meaning? HuffPost Live talks to charters of our language to see how Twitter is changing the way we use language.
Charlie Sheen has fired back at the man who sued "Anger Management" producer Joe Roth for more than $50 million, claiming
No one does a meltdown quite like Charlie Sheen, and the 46-year-old actor appears to be embarrassed about some of the equally
On "Anger Management," based on the hit 2003 film starring Jack Nicholson and Adam Sandler, Sheen is set to play a former
In the spot for DirecTV, a Regular Joe who can't get DirecTV lands in a Turkish bath with Sheen, then in a living room with
Happy New Year, HuffPosters! This out-with-the-old, in-with-the-new weekend is my favorite time of the year -- and the perfect opportunity for cleaning out our internal hard drives of all the accumulated detritus from 2011, including Anthony Weiner's photographic skills, Charlie Sheen's "winning" streak, Rick Perry's "Oops" moment, Kim Kardashian's 72-day marriage, 9-9-9, Tebowing, Carmageddon, Newt Gingrich blaming his affairs on his passion for America, the Raptureless May 21, and the president sending an end of the year fundraising email to tens of thousands with the subject line "Hey"... As we leave 2011 behind, let's drop the faux intimacy, clear our personal hard drives of any hurts, grudges, and disappointments and start the New Year with a clean slate -- ready to welcome all the surprises, opportunities, and, yes, challenges, 2012 will bring. Let's celebrate the spirit of renewal that is the essence of new beginnings -- and that the world so desperately needs.
Back from the brink and fully roasted, Charlie Sheen now understands the mistake he made last February. Which is good, since
Nowadays, the eccentric actor's newest fantasy is not shacking up with goddesses; rather it's spending time with family. Sheen
We became obsessed with Tiger Mom's badass dedication to her daughters' excellence, the way she focused on getting the all-important "W" for her kids. Turns out, we like that quality in our downward-spiraling TV stars, too.
Sheen is no mere Greek hero. Greek heroes were (usually) deferential to their gods and previous heroes. Charlie Sheen shows us that winning means we must destroy our idols by out-winning them.
Big news today in U.S. politics... Wait, did we say "big news." We meant "news so ridiculous its not news." The results of
Law enforcement sources tell us ... cops raided Charlie Sheen's house after receiving a call that Charlie threatened to harm
Every generation, every year, every gaseous cultural hiccup, a new god/demon/pariah emerges upon whom we can project all our fears and judgments, outermost Tweets and innermost grunts.
Charlie Sheen just joined Twitter last week, and already he's set the Guinness World Record for fastest Twitter user to hit
Charlie Sheen. Hard to say or read that name without conjuring up a bunch of negative connotations and many excellent punchlines
Charlie Sheen has shown some surprisingly good moves for someone new to social media. If you're looking for a lesson, it's this: Crisis is an opportunity for new branding.
Charlie Sheen may have had his fair share of bad news recently, with his twin sons being removed from his home and a short