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Week of 20 June 2011
20 June 2011
Citigroup waited up to three weeks before notifying credit card customers that their accounts had been hacked ...
Sarah Ferguson says her self-titled docu-series is not about her ...
Super-sized spores make fungal infections more deadly, possibly explaining victims in Missouri ...
National Institutes of Health intervenes in Alzheimer's mouse lawsuit ...
Tone Loc is arrested on suspicion of domestic violence ...
Missing American cash in Iraq could be "as high as $18B" ...
Oracle seeks billions from Google in Java suit ...
Marilyn Monroe "subway" dress sells for $4.6M ...
Sony movies disappear from Netflix streaming service in dispute over rights ...
Please note: Prince Charles does not employ and has never employed an aide to squeeze his toothpaste for him ...
Amy Winehouse botches concert, cancels European tour dates ...
Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes wear hideous outfits to take family on a Father's Day cruise ...
Daredevil on MTV's Jackass, Ryan Dunn is killed in a car accident in West Goshen Township, Pennsylvania ...
21 June 2011
Does Best Buy own the word "geek"? ...
Lost's Doug Hutchison marries 16-year-old aspiring country singer ...
Protests reach fever pitch in Athens over "austerity" measures ...
Copyright troll Righthaven is smacked down in court, again ...
US Senator John McCain (R-Arizona) says illegal immigrants started the raging fires sweeping across state, but US Forest Service says there's no evidence of that ...
Wal-Mart wins, women lose at US Supreme Court ...
With $4.6B spent last year, Procter & Gamble remains America's largest advertiser ...
Film critic Roger Ebert pisses people off with "insensitive" quip about dead Jackass Ryan Dunn ...
What have we learned from this year's Bilderberg conference? ...
Portland has a zero tolerance policy on urine ...
22 June 2011
You should get all of your real estate advice from Vanilla Ice ...
For hoodwinking its customers and helping to collapse the US economy, JP Morgan Chase pays a fine that's trivial compared to its profits, and nobody goes to jail ...
Yahoo! approaches Hulu about possible acquisition ...
Cops say dead Jackass star Ryan Dunn crashed at 130 mph ...
US Transportation Security Administration takes security theater on the road: Mobile groping teams can pop up anywhere ...
Britney Spears gives fan a lap dance during L.A. concert ...
US Nuclear Regulatory Commission works hard to weaken safety standards for nuclear facilities ...
What's happening in Libya is pretty obviously a war, despite the Obama administration's claims to the contrary ...
William Shatner crushes dreams, will not be appearing in Star Trek sequel ...
National Hockey League board approves Atlanta Thrashers' move to Winnipeg ...
23 June 2011
Tobey Maguire is sued over multi-million dollar illegal poker games; BenAffleck, Matt Damon, and Leonardo DiCaprio were reportedly at the table ...
Pulitzer Prize winning reporter unmasks himself as an illegal immigrant ...
Ron Howard is developing a live-action movie based on Mad's "Spy vs. Spy" ...
AT&T keeps giving this guy's phone number to angry customers ...
US Reps Barney Frank (D-Mass.) and Ron Paul (R-Texas) team up to dream of legalizing marijuana ...
To nobody's surprise, Ryan Dunn died drunk ...
Kalispell, MT is the new home town for America's leading wingnuts ...
Katy Perry says she used to tape down her big boobs ...
Astronomer Arthur Eddington explains why he refused to fight ...
BBC is making a movie about Monty Python making Life of Brian ...
Sex offender laws represent the triumph of outrage over reason ...
Jerry Lewis stood up for Frank Sinatra ...
Netflix is sued by deaf group over lack of subtitles ...
Glen Campbell says he has Alzheimer's ...
Tom Hanks dances the weather on Univision ...
Apple's "censoring" patent is just a sign of things to come ...
Actor Peter Falk, who played Columbo, dies at his home in Beverly Hills, California ...
24 June 2011
Los Angeles Lakers star Ron Artest is changing his name to World Peace ...
Flood waters approach two Nebraska nuclear power plants, but not to worry ...
Justin Bieber is tragically not injured in scuffle at Macy's ...
Fashion designer John Galliano blames drugs, alcohol for alleged anti-Semitic rants ...
Kansas Republicans regulate abortion right out of the state ...
The late Anna Nicole Smith loses her Supreme Court case ...
Facebook, Roger Ebert, and the jerk patrol ...
Missy Elliott battling Graves Disease ...
Long-wanted alleged mob boss and basic bad guy Whitey Bulger is captured ...
Apple applies for photo-correcting patent ...
The lost roles of Dumb and Dumber ...
25 June 2011
Paul Reubens to Judd Apatow: We're ready to green-light Pee-wee's next big adventure ...
US Supreme Court says pharmaceutical companies can have access to drug prescription info to pressure doctors into prescribing more expensive drugs ...
James Spader in talks to join The Office as new boss ...
The pus in Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez's pelvis isn't stopping him from Tweeting ...
Man explains why he got a tattoo of Dirk Nowitzki on his butt ...
National Science Foundation wants feedback ...
English actress Margaret Tyzack, best know for her role in The Forsyte Saga, dies in London following a short illness ...
26 June 2011
Some schmuck wants to dig up William Shakespeare's corpse and test it for marijuana ...
Jennifer Aniston gets her first tattoo ...
Dutch anti-Islam Member of Parliament Geert Wilders is acquitted of hate speech, but BBC gets the story backwards ...
Jerry Lewis falls ill before Australian concert ...
Some people appear to be happy about this gay marriage thing in New York ...
WorldNetDaily wants to see der Fuhrer's birth certificate ...
Minot, ND sees worst flooding in 130 years ...
1930s child actress Edith Fellows dies at the Motion Picture Home in Woodland Hills, California ...