Roseanne Barr says she's thinking about a campaign for the White House in 2016.
"I might keep running till I win," the 61-year-old comedian told the New York Daily News. "I definitely can win -- it's a possibility, it's not a probability but it's a possibility. If you can make it to the ballot, you can win."
According to the newspaper, TV's "Roseanne" received more than 60,000 votes in 2012. President Barack Obama won re-election that year with more than 60 million votes; GOP candidate Mitt Romney received 57.6 million.
Barr lost the Green Party's presidential primary in California but won the nomination for the Peace and Freedom Party. She told The Associated Press at the time that she sees the two major political parties as serving interests, not the public.
Halle Berry was ordered to pay Gabriel Aubry $16,000 per month to support their daughter Nahla, 6. ... British actor Rik Mayall, best known in the U.S. from the 1991 movie "Drop Dead Fred," died Monday morning. .... Sandra Bullock apparently was at home, but not hurt, when her residence was broken into on Sunday. ... Audra McDonald, Bryan Cranston, Neil Patrick Harris and Jessie Mueller were the top winners at Sunday's Tony Awards.
Presidential daughter Sasha Obama is 13. ... Model Kate Upton is 22. ... Skater Tara Lipinski is 32. ... Filmmaker Dustin Lance Black ("Milk") is 40. ... Singer Faith Evans is 41. ... Model-actress Elizabeth Hurley is 49. ... Actress Jeanne Tripplehorn ("Criminal Minds") is 51. ... Actress Gina Gershon ("Rescue Me") is 52.
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Something happened between March 13 and Sunday to boost congressional Republicans to a three-point advantage after trailing President Barack Obama by a dozen points regarding public trust on handling the economy. That’s a substantial gain and an almost total reversal over a nearly three-month period in the Washington Post/ABC News poll.