This week, Congress voted to allow the FDA to strictly regulate cigarettes. But I won't be writing an obituary for Big Tobacco just yet. It has proven to be remarkably resilient. Just think, it's been 50 years since smoking was linked to cancer -- and we're only now getting around to regulating a product that kills over 400,000 people a year. Indeed, until now, cigarettes have been less regulated than pet food or makeup. Funny, I've never heard of anyone getting sick from secondhand eyeliner. Cigarettes are the Energizer Bunny of deadly products: they keep killing and killing and killing... Elsewhere, Kate Gosselin nailed down the Worst Mother of the Year award with the most disturbing use of water as torture since Khalid Sheikh Mohammed's 183 "sessions."