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Week of 11 April 2011
11 April 2011
Robert Pattinson dreams about beating the paparazzi to a pulp ...
Icelandic voters say no to bailing out their nation's banks ...
End to Japanese nuclear crisis is perhaps a decade away, but they're hoping to stop draining radioactive water into the ocean today or tomorrow ...
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is dealing with his emotional pain right now ...
John Legend tells Donald Trump to quit "saying that racist bullsh*t" about President Obama ...
January Jones thinks she's underpaid ...
Secret US prisons in Afghanistan confirmed again ...
Dennis Quaid opens up about his cocaine addled past ...
Burger King combines beef, bacon, and chicken into "Meat Monster," but sadly only sells it in Japan ...
Samantha Ronson gets bruises, black eyes from bike accident ...
Jordan wants TV executive fired for allowing on-air jokes aimed at her 8-year-old blind son ...
Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi laughs off sex crime trial ...
How Channing Tatum learned to put down the toilet seat ...
Fox News ate my nuclear dolphins ...
12 April 2011
Giant penis work wins Russian art prize ...
Red Dwarf is returning to TV, will reunite entire sm*gging cast ...
More earthquakes hit Japan, as authorities announce plan to evacuate more towns around crippled nuclear plant ...
Fifty years after the first manned orbital flight, rumors persist about Yuri Gagarin ...
Ex-ass't coach and players at University of San Diego indicted for allegedly fixing basketball games ...
FBI launches UFO search engine for those who want to believe ...
Olympic Gold Medalist Carl Lewis announces candidacy for New Jersey State Senate ...
The crib Lee Harvey Oswald slept in whilst a wee weirdo in New Orleans is for sale ...
New York Times prints birther lies from Donald Trump, verbatim with no corrections ...
Brazilians build world's largest Lego tower ...
Fred Willard? Still funny ...
Lindsay Lohan's wingnut father allegedly attempts to break into her home ...
13 April 2011
Physicists at University of Maryland build Big Bang in a box ...
State Farm Insurance is ordered to pay $350M to overcharged customers ...
Japan raises post-tsunami nuclear alert to highest level ...
Women with Steve Buscemi eyes ...
Washington DC Mayor Vince Gray is among dozens arrested protesting rollback of city's local rule ...
Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is hospitalized amid a corruption investigation ...
The late John Hughes offers insights to the museum scene from Ferris Bueller's Day Off ...
Stephen Colbert is making lots of non-factual statements about Senator Jon Kyl (R-Arizona) ...
Liberty University blocks students' access to local paper to keep them from reading that the school took $445M in federal aid ...
How did the CIA and FBI know that Australian government computers were hacked? ...
Huffington Post's unpaid bloggers sue Arianna Huffington ...
Electronics magnate and Newsweek publisher Sidney Harman dies from complications of leukemia in Washington, DC ...
14 April 2011
Baseball slugger Barry Bonds is found guilty of obstruction of justice ...
Associated Press falls for hoax press release claiming General Electric would actually pay taxes ...
Japanese nuclear plant operator's liability may be capped at a fraction of actual damages ...
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cancels meeting with Justin Bieber after The Bieb refuses photo op with kids affected by Gaza rockets ...
Kobe Bryant is fined $100K for calling referee a "f*ggot" ...
Hugh Grant probes the News of the World phone hacking scandal in a meet-cute gone awry ...
Electronics billionaire Sidney Harman died yesterday, so does his wife — former US Rep Jane Harman (D-California) — now own Newsweek? ...
Salman Khan refuses to be a bhai to pretty girls ...
Charge against Montel Williams is dismissed after he's caught with drug paraphernalia at airport ...
Scarlett Johansson announces her not pregnancy ...
Fox News at its finest: "GWU suicide tragically coincides with Obama speech‬" ...
Being beautiful is part of Jennifer Lopez's job ...
Inquiry shows that Goldman Sachs misled Congress after duping its clients, but nobody will be punished or anything ...
Bank of America asks employees for advice on how it can suck less ...
Actor Trevor Bannister, who played Mr. Lucas in Are You Being Served?, dies from a heart attack at his home in Thames Ditton, Surrey, England ...
Nobel chemistry laureate William Lipscomb dies in Cambridge, Massachusetts ...
15 April 2011
US District Judge says middle school students can talk about boobies ...
ABC cancels long-running soaps All My Children and One Life to Live ...
Senator James Inhofe (R-Oklahoma) is allowed to keep his pilot's license after landing airplane on construction site and almost killing workers ...
Stem cell banking urged for Japan's nuclear workers ...
Facebook quashes painter Gustave Courbet's vaginal artwork ...
Catherine Zeta-Jones is "so brave," Demi Lovato explains ...
Frothy former Senator Rick Santorum (R-Penn.) forms 2012 presidential campaign committee ...
William Shatner's new album is far out, man ...
Drug-resistant bacteria contaminates about one quarter of beef, chicken, pork and turkey for sale in American grocery stores ...
Family of dead billionaire Sidney Harman will keep controlling interest in Newsweek ...
Birther who described Orly Taitz's sex parts sells nude painting of her ...
FBI spied on The Beatles, Michael Jackson, even Colonel Sanders ...
Act of Italian Parliament would let Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi walk away from prosecution ...
Senior editor arrested in phone-hacking scandal at Rupert Murdoch's News of the World ...
16 April 2011
Working with Bill Gates was "like being in Hell," says Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen ...
Kobe Bryant offers half-apology for anti-gay slur, says he'll appeal fine ...
Complaining about the US Transportation Security Administration will get you targeted by the TSA ...
Emails expose BP's attempts to control research into impact of Gulf oil spill ...
Jon Bon Jovi's home is robbed of $100K in jewelry ...
Marijuana might be legal in Canada by July ...
Former Saskatchewan Premier Allan Blakeney dies from complications of liver cancer at his home in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada ...
Former Missouri Congressman Harold L. Volkmer dies at a nursing home in Hannibal, Missouri ...
17 April 2011
Former US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will play Alec Baldwin's ex on 30 Rock ...
Nicolas Cage arrested for disturbing the peace in New Orleans … and then bailed out by Dog The Bounty Hunter ...
Levels of radioactivity rise sharply in seawater near tsunami-crippled Japanese nuclear plant, while officials urge people to eat locally-grown vegetables ...
Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-Penn.) disowns campaign slogan when told gay liberal poet Langston Hughes came up with it ...
Frédéric Prinz von Anhalt wants his 94-year-old wife Zsa Zsa Gabor to become a mother again ...
Jesse Jackson is sued for anti-gay harassment ...
Actor Michael Sarrazin dies from cancer, surrounded by family at his home in Montreal ...
Former President of the University of South Carolina, Andrew A. Sorensen dies at his home in Columbus, Ohio ...