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Week of 14 June 2010
14 June 2010
Evidence of steroids use by Barry Bonds is ruled inadmissible in court ...
Family patriarch Joe Jackson blames his wife for death of Michael Jackson ...
BP hides high-def video and keeps lowballing oil gusher volumes ...
New York Mets apologize to Jerry Seinfeld about Lady Gaga's one-finger salute ...
Red flags suggest potential e-voting issues in bizarre South Carolina election where candidate who didn't campaign won Senate nomination ...
Estranged wife sues Dennis Rodman for failure to pay child support ...
TARP Czar Elizabeth Warren wants to end exploding mortgages ...
Gary Coleman's latest last will and testament leaves everything to mystery woman ...
McDonald's threatens to sue Little Mac macaroni and cheese restaurant over trademark infringement ...
Judge rules that US Homeland Security Department can't seize a traveler's laptop, keep it locked up for months, and examine it for contraband files without a warrant half a year later ...
Cops say January Jones' accident was not a hit-and-run ...
Bam Margera is beaten with baseball bat by batty woman at bar ...
Fabulously corrupt lobbyist Jack Abramoff heads for halfway house ...
15 June 2010
Congressman Bob Etheridge (D-North Carolina) goes mental on the sidewalk ...
Keith Urban says his 2-year-old daughter has Nicole Kidman's legs ...
Obama administration demands billions of dollars from British Petroleum, and a BP phone operator says calls from concerned citizens fall on deaf ears ...
Video shows Fabolous at the scene of rapper's murder ...
Newsweek reports zombie invasion ...
Billionaires protest high taxes in Australia ...
Dr. Demento signs off ...
Jackson family patriarch Joe Jackson pivots, now says wife Katherine Jackson isn't to blame for Michael Jackson's death ...
Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain uses "black propaganda" against McDonald's ...
International Red Cross denounces Israeli blockade of Gaza as violation of international law ...
J. K. Rowling gets OK to build doggie palace ...
Ozzy Osbourne participates in study of people with "extreme medical histories" ...
Thomas Kinkade booked for DUI ...
Ohio Congressman Thomas W. Ludlow Ashley dies of melanoma at his home in Leland, Michigan ...
16 June 2010
Michelle Williams denies getting butt implants ...
General David Petraeus collapses during Senate hearing ...
British Petroleum scrimped on safety and costs before rig explosion, and other oil companies' emergency plans are "carbon copies" of BP's ...
Charlie Sheen's car is found at bottom of a cliff – again ...
Senator James Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) calls climate change a hoax as 500-year floods ravage his state ...
Soccer star Paul Gascoigne is hospitalized after auto wreck ...
Gary Coleman's living will called for 15 days of life support, but instead he gets more than 15 days wait after death as judge delays cremation ...
The Huffington Post allows lobbyist to take dictator out for a spin on its site ...
UK Prime Minister David Cameron officially apologizes for Brits' "Bloody Sunday" massacre of 1972 ...
Scientology pressures some believers to have abortions ...
"Save our State" amendment blocks Sharia law in Oklahoma ...
Actor James Farentino is arrested in battery case ...
Getting shoved by Meg Whitman is so worth it ...
Another Tiger Woods lovechild reportedly borne by pornstar ...
Canadian contralto Maureen Forrester dies in Toronto after a lengthy battle with Alzheimer's disease ...
Director of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie Ronald Neame dies in Los Angeles, of complications from a fall, aged 99 ...
17 June 2010
Dolphin poops in Kelly Rowland's face ...
Johnson & Johnson broadens drug recall, includes Benadryl and Extra Strength Tylenol ...
British Petroleum agrees to set aside $20B for "small people" victimized by Gulf gusher, as scientists estimate 2˝ million gallons of crude are bubbling into the waters every day ...
Eva Longoria doesn't care who sees her underwear ...
US Justice Department charges former head of bankrupt mortgage firm in fraud that sank ColonialBancGroup ...
Nigeria's agony dwarfs the Gulf gusher: "We told Shell of the spill within days, but they did nothing for six months" ...
Bill Gates and Warren Buffett ask billionaires to donate half their wealth ...
Charlie Sheen says he can’t do jail time because he needs his cigarettes ...
General Motors gives up on government bailouts from Germany, United Kingdom ...
Iceland passes legislation designed to make it a free press haven ...
Court lets New York City police keep mum about hundreds of arrests at 2004 Republican convention ...
North Korea brings in ringers to root at World Cup ...
Chris Klein is arrested again for drunk driving ...
18 June 2010
Neil Gaiman and Todd McFarlane fight over whose derivative character is owned by whom ...
Southwest Airlines won't fly incorrectly labeled human heads to Medtronic ...
BP is still blocking media access to oil-soaked beaches, and families of the dead get screwed, as estimates of gusher volume keep going up and up ...
Nellie Oleson burns down Little House on the Prairie ...
Actor Jeremy London says he was kidnapped and forced to smoke cocaine ...
Subway apologizes to salmonella outbreak victims ...
Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) proposes mandatory drug tests before Americans can receive unemployment or welfare benefits ...
Jimmy Dean's ashes will be interred in a piano-shaped mausoleum on his estate ...
American Airlines flight attendant helps land plane when first officer falls ill ...
Minuteman chief Chris Simcox is sought by bounty hunters ...
Northrop Grumman gets half a billion dollars to build giant military airships for overseeing battlefields ...
Alleged mistress #15 files paternity claim against golf gigolo Tiger Woods ...
Icelandic court orders wacky grandmaster Bobby Fischer's body exhumed ...
Author, poet, and Nobel laureate José Saramago dies on the island of Lanzarote, Canary Islands ...
19 June 2010
Have 8-, 9-, and 10-year old girls dumped The Jonas Brothers for Justin Bieber? ...
Campbell Soup recalls 15 million pounds of possibly undercooked SpaghettiOs ...
Who's in charge of BP's oil rig safety? Not the United States government ...
Cornell University pediatrician performs female genital mutilations ...
Once again, the US Justice Department fails to tell Congress about its wiretapping activities, as required by law ...
On a mission from God? Vatican says Blues Brothers is "a Catholic film" ...
Gary Coleman spent his final days surrounded by adult diapers, dirty laundry, rubbish and blood stains ...
Constellation prize for American Idol castaway: a candid conversation with Noam Chomsky ...
Retired NBA player Manute Bol dies at the University of Virginia Hospital in Charlottesville ...
20 June 2010
David Ortiz offers Jay-Z an out-of-court settlement ...
Suge Knight gets no satisfaction from Kanye West over shooting ...
As oil spews in Gulf of Mexico, BP CEO Tony Hayward attends yacht race in England ...
Amanda Bynes says she's done with the whole acting thing, announces retirement ...
Congressman Bob Etheridge (D-North Carolina) grabs anyone who asks him a question ...
Lindsay Lohan's mother is accused of abusing free ice cream privileges by Carvel, police mediate ...