The Huffington Post -- "The Internet Newspaper" -- was founded by Arianna Huffington and Kenneth Lerer in May, 2005, and quickly took the Internet by storm. The Huffington Post offers extensive coverage of politics, media, business, entertainment, living, and "green." Its 24-hours news coverage regularly publishes scoops and is well-known for its high-profile contributors, including Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, Welsey Clark, Ari Emanuel, Nora Ephron, Mia Farrow, Al Franken, Gary Hart, Edward Kennedy, John Kerry, Bill Maher, Nancy Pelosi, John Ridley, Margaret Cho, Harry Shearer, and Alec Baldwin. The Huffington Post is a two time winner of the Webby Award for Best Political Blog. The Huffington Post is successful with an audience that is affluent, influential, educated, and tech-savvy.