If you missed yesterdays Jerry Doyle Show, he talked about how the State Government are afraid if the Federal Government shuts down there will be no Federal support for State funding. Check out more after the jump.
Television personality Glenn Beck announced today that he will be ending his daily 5PM program on Fox News.
According to the NY Times, Fox News and Beck's company, Mercury Radio Arts, will "work together to develop and produce a variety of television projects for air on the Fox News Channel as well as content for other platforms including Fox News' digital properties."
Is Charlie Sheen’s “WINNING” streak officially over? Based on reports from the first live show of his ‘Violent Torpedo of Truth / Defeat Is Not an Option’ tour, the answer is unanimously yes.
Sheen failed to win over the crowd at Detroit’s Fox Theater Saturday night, eliciting boos, hecklers and even walkouts, according to live updates from EW.com’s James Hibberd, who referred to the show as an “unmitigated disaster.”
So what exactly happened on stage? After the opening act (a comedian) was booed off the stage, Hibberd says a mock iPhone commercial played, advertising the appropriately titled “MaSheen.” What followed were a number of violent film clips, including scenes from ‘Taxi Driver,’ 'Platoon’ and ‘Apocalypse Now’ (which incidentally stars Sheen’s father, Martin), a makeout session between Sheen’s live-in "goddesses" and a bit in which Sheen removed his ‘Two and a Half Men’-esque sports shirt and had his goddesses burn it backstage (on video).
Atkinson avoided being identified by his kin by wearing a mask and socks on his hands. However, surveillance cameras were able to lead the authorities back to him. After the judge sentenced him to 16 to 32 months in prison, Atkinson expressed remorse, and made reference to a gambling addiction.
Nearly a quarter of a century ago, a young German boy named Frank Uesbeck wrote a message, stuffed it into a bottle and threw it out to sea. This year, he finally received a reply.
The bottle was discovered by 13-year-old Daniil Korotkikh, a Russian boy who was walking along the beach with his parents when a glint in the sand caught his attention. There, he discovered a corked German beer bottle with a piece of paper inside. Fortunately, Korotkikh's father was able to read German and translated the message.
Autoparts supplier Delphi said its buying back ownership from General Motors and the U.S. for $4.4 billion dollars. Delphi is paying G.M. $3.8 billion and $594 million to Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp for the share that are held by both, respectively. Find out more after the jump.
Montana Republican Congressman Alan Hale is apparently courting a new (and hopefully small) group of voters: drunk drivers.
Yep, this week, Hale actually argued against a new House Bill that according to the Missoulian would allow courts in Montana to "look back to impaired driving offenses up to 10 years old when someone is being punished for a drunk-driving charge, a change from the current five-year cutoff."
Hale's argument? DUI laws are "destroying a way of life that has been in Montana for years and years" and that they are not doing small businesses any good.
Some may say that Texas fisherman Jason Kresse caught a shark, but when the 375-lb. sea creature jumped into his boat early last Monday, it kind of caught him instead.
The 29-year-old Freeport resident was out fishing for a red snapper with two coworkers about 50 miles off the Gulf of Mexico coast when they felt something hit the side of the boat. A few seconds later, the mammoth Mako was thrashing around inside the boat, much to Kresse and his posse's surprise.
With the help of two civilians, the inmates painted numerous coloring books with what looked to be water color, but was actually a liquid version of a drug called Suboxone. They would have gotten away with it, but in February officers at the correction center were tipped off and began testing the books for drug substances.
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