Lady power: Maria Shriver joins other Kennedy clan members, endorses Barack Obama for president in a Los Angeles girl-power moment with Michelle Obama and Oprah. Shriver's husband, California governator Arnold Schwarzenegger, endorsed McCain last week.
• More pieces: Fictional memoirist James Frey has a new novel out this spring. It's called Bright Shiny Morning, presumably because A Bright Shining Lie was already taken.
• Cover-up: In an ongoing effort to protect America's preppy youth from homoerotic T&A, Virginia police seize promotional photos from an Abercrombie & Fitch store, cite the manager on obscenity charges. A&F bigwigs must be totally upset about all the controversy.
• Oh L'amour: French Big Cheese Nicolas Sarkozy and tasty Italian pastry Carla Bruni married Saturday in a small civil ceremony at the Élysée Palace. Sarkozy to spend the rest of his presidency digging his approval ratings out of the gutter while enjoying some hot tail.
• No spice: After shockingly low ticket sales, the Spice Girls call it quits on their reunion tour, just two months in.
• Daddy dearest: Britney Spears psychiatric ward stay extended to 2 weeks; Daddy Spears given control over her personal and financial affairs. Brit's legal team will challenge that today.
• Selfish love: Republican governors offering Mitt Romney little love. Despite the fact that he helped elect many of them, GOP govs question his motives. A Republican strategist says "Right or wrong, the general impression was that he spent way too much time on himself and building his presidential organization."
• Hostile takeovers: Google attacks Microsoft for trying to , saying it could expand the Windows monopoly to the internet, threatening Google's own attempts to monopolize the net.