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Week of 14 March 2011
14 March 2011
Japanese earthquake toll could number in tens of thousands, and nuclear meltdowns remain a danger ...
Warrant issued for Michael Madsen's arrest ...
Wisconsin state Senate Democrats return to heroes' welcome after worker-rights bill battle, as protests continue ...
Jake Gyllenhaal would like some privacy, please, while he's peeing ...
US Rep DonYoung (R-Alaska) signed militia leader's revolutionary declaration ...
Jack Black donates money to send school band to Disneyland ...
Obama White House forces State Department spokesman to resign for condemning abuse of alleged Wikileaks leaker Bradley Manning ...
Teevee economist Lawrence Kudlow explains that the human toll in Japan quake "looks to be much worse than the economic toll and we can be grateful for that" ...
During climate hearing, USRep EdMarkey (D-Massachusetts) asks if anti-science Republicans will repeal gravity, heliocentrism, relativity ...
15 March 2011
Thousands of human corpses wash ashore in Japan, as explosions and possible meltdowns continue at three nuclear facilities, and Japanese volcano erupts ...
Gilbert Gottfried loses Aflac gig after making a dozen wisecracks about Japan disasters ...
Larry King may become a contributor to Jon Stewart's Daily Show ...
US Justice Department wins access to Wikileaks-related Twitter accounts ...
Court orders blogger to pay $60,000 fine for telling the truth ...
Wisconsin protests are larger than any Tea Party rally ...
Fox News is fooled by Islamic ban on padded bras hoax ...
Donald Trump is declared persona non grata in Panama ...
A grateful nation thanks Charlie Sheen ...
Michael Moore settles lawsuit over Sicko documentary footage ...
G-funk singer Nate Dogg dies of complications from two previous strokes ...
16 March 2011
Meltdown worries continue in Japan, and straight answers are hard to find ...
Mariah Carey hires animal psychologist to ready dogs for twin babies' arrival ...
Donald Trump admires Saddam Hussein's terror policies ...
Glenn Beck explains that Japan earthquake could be a message from God to follow the Ten Commandments ...
National Rifle Association refuses to meet with Obama administration ...
NASA considers shooting space junk with lasers ...
Gilbert Gottfried, ex-Aflac duck, says he's sorry ...
Governor Rick Snyder (R-Michigan) proposes legislation to dissolve and replace troubled local governments ...
Anderson Cooper is forced to abandon his live broadcast from Japan amid safety concerns ...
Charlie Sheen's pornstar party friend attempts suicide ...
US Rep John Conyers (D-Michigan) says he's growing weary of President Obama ...
Reagan pollster Richard B. Wirthlin dies of natural causes ...
Murray Warmath, head football coach of the University of Minnesota from 1954 to 1971, dies in Bloomington, Minnesota ...
17 March 2011
A few dozen heroic workers at nuclear power plant risk (and shorten) their lives to try to avert nuclear disaster in Japan ...
Jason Patric offers blunt answers to ordinary show-biz questions, and says Ashley Judd is "lazy, selfish, arrogant" ...
Scott Adams ponders life in a city with no privacy ...
Garrison Keillor tells AARP he's retiring, but envisions Prairie Home Companion continuing ...
Rihanna opens up about her father's betrayal ...
You can hear alleged Wikileaks leaker Bradley Manning coming because of the chains ...
Pepsi outdoes Coca-Cola by planning bottles made entirely of plants ...
Netflix to enter original programming with mega deal ...
Country star Ferlin Husky dies in Nashville ...
English stage and screen actor Michael Gough, who played Alfred in the Batman films, dies following a year-long illness ...
18 March 2011
"Kamikaze" bid to cool nuclear fuel rods and avert meltdown in Japan ...
Prosecutors want ex-mistress of Barry Bonds to discuss the size of his testicles and his temper ...
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi was merely trying to host "carefree, elegant dinners" when all that prostitution happened ...
Rush Limbaugh says not to worry, the media is exaggerating the Japan disasters ...
Riots in Pakistan after US Central Intelligence Agency operative and alleged murderer "buys" freedom ...
Porn company teases us with on-again off-again sex tape starring Usher ...
Libya closes airspace after United Nations okays no-fly zone ...
Governor Scott Walker (R-Wisconsin) settles open records lawsuit, and polls well among Republicans for 2012 Presidential run ...
Michigan declares "financial martial law" ...
Lou Reed's manager threatened me, headhunter claims in police report ...
Jodie Foster's Beaver is warmly received in Texas ...
First Secretary of State under Bill Clinton, Warren Christopher dies from kidney and bladder cancer in Los Angeles ...
19 March 2011
Burying Japanese nuclear facilities could be the last resort as relatives say remaining plant workers are toiling in desperate conditions ...
Radiation is actually good for you, or so says pundit Ann Coulter ...
Muhammad Ali is working to free American hikers in Iran ...
Judge issues temporary restraining order blocking Governor Scott Walker's controversial anti-worker and anti-education legislation in Wisconsin ...
Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd C. Blankfein goes to Moscow, complains about traffic ...
US Pentagon kicks off plan to fill social networks with sock puppets ...
Nutball Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio asks Craigslist to prevent bestiality ...
Joe Jonas denies rumors of gayness, not that there's anything wrong with that ...
Katharine Hepburn on a skateboard. That is all ...
Chemist Harry Coover, inventor of Super Glue, dies from congestive heart failure at his home in Kingsport, Tennessee ...
20 March 2011
Efforts to control Japan's nuclear crisis were delayed by concerns over damaging power company's property ...
Professional Christian Rod Parsley points out that the coming of the Antichrist is near ...
American warships use Tomahawk missiles to target Libyan dictator Muammar Qaddafi's forces ...
Lynda Carter says she thinks that TV's new Wonder Woman "looks fabulous" ...
Texas bill would outlaw discrimination against creationists at colleges and universities ...
New rules for defense lawyers at Guantanamo Bay's "Camp Justice" ...
Larry Page wants to return Google to its startup roots ...
Tribal leaders in Pakistan declare jihad on America over drone attacks ...
Microsoft and feds bring down ginormous spammer ...