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31 July 2014
Ten dead from flesh-eating bacteria in the waters off Florida ...
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry is taken over by Downton Abbey ...
Half-sister of Drew Barrymore dies ...
Minnesota Twins sign unknown pitcher with a heck of a fastball ...
Impact of BP's 2010 Gulf gusher "is both deeper and wider than previous data indicated" ...
Orlando Bloom tries to slug eminently slugable Justin Bieber, but misses ...
Republicans lead US House vote to sue President Obama ...
Israel shells another United Nations school, killing at least 15 people ...
Brother of Richard Belzer dies ...
Arrest warrant issued for Columbus Short ...
US National Labor Relations Board ruling could allow unions at fast-food restaurants ...
With so many lies and liars, now is the perfect time to revive To Tell the Truth ...
30 July 2014
Port Authority sends cease and desist letter over silhouette of New York City skyline ...
Zac Efron explains why he abused drugs ...
US National Labor Relations Board finds that McDonald's and franchisees are "joint employers" of local restaurant staff, and thus co-defendants in 43 labor lawsuits ...
Top attorney for National Rifle Association was convicted of murder ...
5th US Circuit Court of Appeals overturns Mississippi law intended to ban abortion ...
Kelsey Grammer opposes parole for his sister's killer ...
Oscar Mayer wants to buy a giant catsup dispenser ...
Kiefer Sutherland has his agent respond to Freddie Prinze, Jr's criticisms ...
Former Gov. Jesse Ventura (I-Minnesota) wins defamation lawsuit ...
Acquitted killer George Zimmerman guards a gun store ...
European Union and USA announce new sanctions against Russia ...
General Mills worries about climate change ...
29 July 2014
Captain Happy of Delta Airlines is not so happy ...
Judge says wife of despised Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling can sell the team ...
Fans treated for illness at Keith Urban concert ...
Quentin Tarantino plans theatrical release of combined Kill Bill saga ...
Dollar Tree is buying Family Dollar Stores for 8,500,000,000 of them ...
Freddie Prinze, Jr trash talks Kiefer Sutherland ...
Former Gov. Sarah Palin (R-Alaska) promises to remove the "politically correct filter" of mainstream media, for only $9.95 per month ...
Obama administration wants to keep files from anti-Iraq lobbying group secret ...
Arthur Godfrey has a street named after him, but Miami Beach is trying to take it away ...
Nazi Germany's "perfect Aryan child" was Jewish ...
Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino requires anger management ...
Electronic Frontier Foundation asks court to declare US National Security Agency 's online data dragnet illegal ...
Try some of Aleister Crowley's yummy curried rice ...
Was this the scariest ever episode of Doctor Who? ...
28 July 2014
Johnny Rockets employee hollers at Aretha Franklin ...
Stephen Colbert wears a Hobbit costume to nerd convention, Daniel Radcliffe goes as Spider-Man, while Peter Jackson attends incognito ...
Michigan jogger is mauled to death by off-leash dogs ...
Judge tosses Washington DC's ban on carrying a pistol in public ...
Tony LaRussa and five others are inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame ...
Doctor Who's season premiere will play in theaters ...
Bruce Campbell will be "involved" with Sam Raimi's Evil Dead TV series ...
Los Angeles Lakers name Byron Scott as new coach ...
US State Department claims Russia is firing artillery into eastern Ukraine ...
How to be Taylor Swift in Central Park, in 13 not-so-easy steps ...
Coldplay donates ú10K to sick fan ...
Craig Ferguson says he was ready to quit The Late Late Show before David Letterman quit The Late Show ...
Historians still aren't sure how many people were machine-gunned in 1928's United Fruit Company strike ...
Hawaiian actor James Shigeta dies in Los Angeles ...
27 July 2014
New York Times editorial calls for legalization of marijuana ...
Sam Raimi plans TVification of Evil Dead ...
Bryan Singer is dropped from sexual abuse lawsuit ...
Best Buy sold electronics despite recalls ...
Katherine Heigl's mother will be executive producer of upcoming TV series ...
The piano Dooley Wilson played in Casablanca is up for auction ...
McDonald's plans to spend 18 months becoming a "more trusted and respected brand" ...
Let's cover TMZ the way TMZ covers show business ...
Here's a fairly complete list of Easter eggs from Doctor Who's 50th anniversary episode ...
26 July 2014
Lifetime dumps funeral parlor reality show after owners are charged with corpse abuse ...
Chubby Checker and Hewlett-Packard settle lawsuit over penis-size app ...
Pope Francis eats lunch at Vatican workers' cafeteria ...
If your political reputation is largely based on your outspoken opposition to gay rights, like former USáSen. Rick Santorum (R-Pennsylvania), don't ask Eric Stonestreet to pose for a picture with you ...
Plane crash in Africa kills at least 116 people ...
President Obama speak outs against tax-dodging U.S. companies, and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban explains the math ...
National Football League decides that a player who beat his wife unconscious deserves a two-game suspension ...
Boston Marathon terror victim sues radio wingnut Glenn Beck for defamation ...
US Appeals Court Judge Alex Kozinski calls for executions by firing squad ...
Firefly cast re-unites to voice video game ...
25 July 2014
Step inside Marc Maron's garage ...
Amazon to people who've lost their Kindles: Drop dead ...
Duran Duran sues their fan club ...
Thailand worries about John Oliver ...
Psychiatrist shoots and kills patient who shot and killed caseworker ...
Israel bombs school run by United Nations ...
World Health Organization calls for decriminalization of gayness, prostitution, and drugs ...
Peter Jackson still might direct an episode of Doctor Who ...
Arizona takes nearly two hours to execute murderer ...
Tara Reid doesn't seem to get the joke of Sharknado ...
Nope, Meghan McCain is not co-hosting The View ...
2001: A Space Odyssey still holds up ...
Shia LaBeouf appears in court over latest wingnuttery ...
Longtime Bear Stearns CEO Alan C. Greenberg dies from cancer complications in Manhattan ...
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