Barack Obama Secures Delegates Needed to Win the Democratic Nomination

Sugar Bits — Obama Clinches Democratic Nomination


  • After the last of the primaries ended yesterday, Barack Obama secured enough delegates to win the Democratic nomination for President. While Hillary Clinton has yet to officially concede, many are wondering what her next step will be. — CitizenSugar
  • Sources say Ethan Hawke and his pregnant fiancée and former nanny, Ryan Shawhughes, applied for a marriage license yesterday. — Page Six
  • Brigitte Bardot, 73, was convicted for the fifth time on Tuesday of provoking discrimination and racial hatred for writing that Muslims are destroying France in a letter to Nicolas Sarkozy. The actress will have to pay a $23,325 fine and $1,555 in damages. — AP
  • Actor and director Mel Ferrer, Audrey Hepburn's ex-husband, passed away Monday at the age of 90 after months of failing health. — AP
  • Gillian Anderson announced that she is expecting again. It will be her third child, the second with current boyfriend Mark Griffiths. — People
  • A judge denied Nick Hogan's request to be let out of Pinellas County Jail and placed under house arrest until his 18th birthday. — TMZ

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