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Week of 22 March 2010
22 March 2010
Kirstie Alley blasts media "bigotry" ...
Tom Scholz sues The Boston Herald over being blamed for suicide of Boston bandmate Brad Delp ...
Wellpoint Health Networks comes up $24M short on its promise to give $30M in health care for uninsured ...
Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry burns to the ground ...
NASA scientists are "just gaga" over the discovery of life in the dark depths under Antarctic ice ...
Lehman Brothers fired executive who questioned legality of accounting tricks ...
Pepsi will stop selling its high-fructose corn syrup sodas in schools worldwide ...
Rosie O'Donnell is plotting a return to daytime ...
James Randi comes out ...
Nobel laureate James W. Black, credited with the invention of beta blockers used in the treatment of heart disease, dies following a lengthy illness ...
23 March 2010
Google stops censoring search results in China ...
Conrad Murray allegedly halted CPR on Michael Jackson, delayed calling paramedics so he could collect drug vials at the scene ...
Brittany Murphy's widow says he isn't sleeping with his dead wife's mother ...
Furious about health care reform, Senators Lindsay Graham (R-South Carolina) and John McCain (R-Arizona) pledge no more cooperation with Democrats ...
Rev Wiley Drake calls for health-care prayer fatwa against Democrats ...
Disney demands only real boobies ...
ACORN folds, at least as a national political organization ...
Pete Doherty is investigated as accessory in friend's overdose death ...
Lindsay Lohan gets stuck behind nightclub's velvet rope ...
24 March 2010
Oprah Winfrey settles defamation lawsuit ...
Congressman Louie Gohmert (R-Texas) proposes repeal of 17th Amendment ...
No visa or concert for Akon in Sri Lanka ...
Steve Jobs is rendered in mozzarella cheese ...
UK's Iraq war inquiry seeks evidence from former US Vice President Dick Cheney, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and other American ex-officials ...
Jerry Springer has a date with the Game Show Network ...
Florida Attorney General (and candidate for Governor) Bill McCollum files first big lawsuit against health care reform ...
Google wants to plug your television into the internet ...
Math genius Grigori Perelman refuses $1M prize for solving Poincare Conjecture ...
Teenager demands $100M from reality show Wife Swap ...
I Spy actor Robert Culp dies after a fall at his home in Los Angeles ...
Retired McGraw-Hill Chairman Harold W. McGraw, Jr. dies from natural causes at his home in Darien, Connecticut ...
25 March 2010
California will vote on legalizing marijuana ...
Facebook linked to rise in syphilis ...
Sarah Palin to host Alaska-themed reality-TV series ...
Google has been fined in Brazil for allowing users to post dirty jokes to a social website ...
James Cameron says Glenn Beck is "a f*cking asshole" ...
Former CEO Richard S. Fuld, Jr. practically wet himself during Lehman Brothers inquiry ...
Jennifer Love Hewitt gets turned on by office supply stores ...
Two out of three Republicans think President Obama is a socialist ...
Society of Professional Journalists blasts ABC News for paying $200K to murder suspect ...
Katherine Heigl has left Grey's Anatomy ...
Dennis Hopper is terminally ill ...
The first president of ESPN, Chet Simmons dies of natural causes in Atlanta, aged 81 ...
26 March 2010
If you’re not drinking Puff Daddy's brand of vodka, "then you’re drinking pee pee" ...
Jesse James makes citizen's arrest of paparazzo ...
Pope Benedict XVI was involved in the Vatican's cover-up for pedophile priests ...
Was Shirley Bassey's daughter murdered? ...
Heidi Montag is working on a movie where she saves the day with her 3-D boobs ...
US Secretary of Education Arne Duncan gave rich people inside access to the best schools ...
Lady Gaga explains why she passed out three times ...
North Korean President Kim Jong Il has chronic kidney failure ...
K-Mart posts amazing coupon on internet, then forgets internet exists ...
When Bill Murray tends bar, everyone gets tequila ...
Former director of the Frick Collection and the Morgan Library, Charles Ryskamp dies of multiple myeloma in Manhattan ...
27 March 2010
Steve Jobs answers his email ...
Congressman Eric Cantor (R-Virginia) is directly threatened by act of random gunfire ...
Gilbert Arenas won't go to jail for gun prank ...
John Cusack thinks the '80s were "f*cking scary" ...
Business executive Matthew A. Berdon dies at Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead, New York ...
Six-term Congressman from Virginia Stanford E. Parris dies of heart disease at his home in Mathews County, Virginia, aged 80 ...
28 March 2010
Judge is not exactly starstruck by Keyshia Cole ...
People are starving to death in totalitarian North Korea ...
Video prankster James O'Keefe pleads guilty as charges are reduced ...
Sing along with the late Fess Parker ...
Rep. Dave Reichert (R-WA) treated for subdural hematoma ...
Placido Domingo recovering after cancerous polyp removed ...
Houston energy billionaire Dan L. Duncan, Chairman of Enterprise Products, dies at his home in Houston ...
Vaudeville actress and sister of Gypsy Rose Lee, June Havoc dies in Stamford, Connecticut, probably aged 97 ...