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Week of 21 March 2011
21 March 2011
High radiation found in Japanese food and tap water, smoke spews from two reactors at stricken nuclear plant, and "there's no food, tell people there is no food" ...
Utah picks the Browning model M1911 automatic pistol as its official state firearm ...
Does Anne Hathaway news drive Berkshire Hathaway's stock? ...
Encryption and internet security firm RSA gets hacked, ID token data stolen ...
Detroit News auto critic quits after editor "softens" a negative review at advertiser's request ...
Wyclef Jean spokesman says he was shot in Haiti ...
Egyptians cast first free votes in decades ...
Why is US backing the use of military force in Libya but not Bahrain and Yemen? ...
Statue of comedian Stan Laurel, which vanished from a Scottish hotel in 2004, is mysteriously returned ...
Marijuana legalization advocates organize to put new measure on California ballot ...
Burger King fires ad agency that created its wacky giant bobblehead King ads ...
For some reason, James O'Keefe doesn't want to be videotaped ...
Google accuses China of blocking Gmail ...
AT&T is buying T-Mobile ...
22 March 2011
Japanese artist explains nuclear crisis to kids with a cartoon about poop and farts and nuclear diarrhea ...
Rock legend Sammy Hagar says he was abducted by aliens and "they downloaded something into me" ...
You don't want Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange as a houseguest ...
US Supreme Court rejects appeal, so Federal Reserve must finally let We The People know which banks were bailed out in 2008 economic collapse ...
Randy Quaid stages his wacky Internet celebrity comeback with "Star Whackers" song ...
Man born with one leg wins NCAA wrestling championship ...
Michigan Supreme Court sides with rapper Dr. Dre and against cops ...
Latest Wikileaks leak unveils evidence of bribery in the Indian Parliament ...
Protesters throw rocks at Mohamed El Baradei ...
Was Wyclef Jean shot or not? ...
Musician Zoogz Rift dies from complications of diabetes ...
23 March 2011
Woman sues Starbucks after employee allegedly throws tea at her and shouts "catch" ...
Radiation fears grow from stricken Japan nuclear plant ...
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson sue their former insurance broker ...
Seven years in prison for former Israeli President and convicted rapist Moshe Katsav ...
Apple sues Amazon ...
FBI probes theft of nude cyber-images from some 50 female stars ...
Howard Stern sues Sirius ...
Chris Brown continues to be a douchbag, this time on Good Morning America ...
First Lady Michelle Obama is your obese child's cyberbully ...
Wingnut father of Lindsay Lohan is arrested ...
Actress Elizabeth Taylor dies from congestive heart failure at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles ...
24 March 2011
Eddie Vedder's next solo album will be performed entirely on the ukulele ...
Tokyo's tap water is radioactive, and Japanese nuclear firm admits skipping safety checks at disaster-hit plant ...
Budget shortfalls and worries about the deficit are instantly forgotten as USA spends hundreds of millions of dollars to bombard Libya ...
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says capitalism may have ended life on Mars ...
Pet Shop Boys go ballet ...
Is Hugh Hefner's 24-year-old fiancee cheating with the son of TV's Dr. Phil? ...
Billy Graham's mooonbat son Franklin Graham says President Obama has allowed the Muslim Brotherhood to infiltrate the US government ...
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's cuts to education violate constitution, Judge rules ...
Zach Galifianakis inks deal with HBO ...
Pulitzer prize-winning playwright Lanford Wilson dies at his home in Sag Harbor, New York ...
25 March 2011
Hugh Laurie sings the blues ...
Japan's nuclear crisis is still "two weeks" from a safe resolution, as global food scare from leak widens ...
US Homeland Security Department claims authority to strip search every airline passenger ...
Nutball Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio sends a tank, the SWAT team, and Steven Seagal to bust an alleged cockfighting ring ...
Chris Brown apologizes for Good Morning America tantrum, then blames ABC ...
Obama administration rolls back Miranda rights ...
BlackRock memo: Clean up your filthy workstations so we're not embarrassed on live TV ...
USA pays "tax benefit" of $3.2B to General Electric, as GE pays no taxes ...
Zsa Zsa Gabor assigns herself a not-too-distant death date ...
Nancy Grace attacks the weather ...
Whoopi Goldberg was high during her 1991 Oscar acceptance speech ...
Oil companies paid Libya's $1.5B fine for Lockerbie attack ...
Governor Paul LePage (R-Maine) orders state workers to remove labor history murals from state Labor Department building ...
For the love of God, somebody show Donald Trump how to use a search engine already ...
Soon you'll be able to dress like Sylvester Stallone for some reason ...
Federal 4th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge M. Blane Michael dies ...
26 March 2011
Ex-teevee journalist Aaron Brown blasts present-day crop of teevee journalists ...
Japanese radioactive fallout nears Chernobyl levels ...
In a move even the staid local papers call "stunning," Wisconsin's Republican leadership ignores court's restraining order and claims controversial anti-worker legislation is now in effect ...
Bret Michaels is suing the Tonys ...
Former US Secretary of the Treasury Henry M. Paulson would use voicemail to apologize to employees for telling them they were worthless ...
Britney Spears "brought it" in Las Vegas, fans say ...
Canadian government falls, election set for May ...
S. C. Johnson & Son heir S. Curtis Johnson is charged with repeated sex assault of child ...
Auditors say Madonna's Malawi charity has "squandered millions" ...
Russell Simmons defends that poor, sad, innocent, suffering Chris Brown ...
First woman Vice Presidential candidate for a major party in the United States, Geraldine Ferraro dies from multiple myeloma at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston ...
Internet pioneer Paul Baran, inventor of packet switching, dies at his home in Palo Alto, California from complications of lung cancer ...
27 March 2011
Did psychic Sylvia Browne know she was going to have a heart attack? ...
Radiation spikes in Japan's seawater near leaky nuclear power plant ...
On ABC, Chris Brown tossing a chair through a window is instantly forgivable but Adam Lambert kissing a man remains taboo ...
Abercrombie & Fitch is criticized for selling push-up tops to little girls ...
Texas budget cuts are projected to eliminate 263,500 private sector jobs and 343,000 government positions over the next two years ...
Rick Ross is busted for possession of marijuana ...
Actor Farley Granger dies from natural causes at his home in Manhattan ...
Black Widow of Sacramento Dorothea Puente, who murdered nine tenants to collect their Social Security checks, dies at Central California Women's Facility in Chowchilla, California ...