David Ortiz & Manny Ramirez 'roid it up. New Jersey corrupts. Michael Phelps loses to cheaters and whines. Banks may have - shock - fraudulently pr...
I have unwelcome news of Andres Piedrahita, the brash Colombian chief shareholder of Fairfield Greenwich.
The Octomom is not the only character skewered in the zany musical: others include Bernie Madoff, Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke, and Vince Shamwow (of magic towel fame).
Let's see--he ripped off hedge fund managers, real estate moguls, and real estate lawyers. The trifecta. Were there any normal people who got hurt? Sadly, the answer is yes.
"Our viewers want to know who's going to have custody of Blanket and the other Jackson children, and none of that is being addressed in these hearings," said CNN's Larry King.
Ms. Clovis said that she hoped Mr. Ralston's death would cause federal authorities to tighten the flow of Harry Potter plot information to prevent similar tragedies from taking place.
Mr. Harbock says that his consumer confidence has also taken a positive turn since receiving his bonus check, which totaled $5.4 million.
"I misread my package's needs," the senator said. "It needs significantly more stimulus than I originally thought."
Unemployment surged over the past two weeks, but the Department of Labor was careful to point out that much of that increase was due to "forced layoffs of Republican mistresses."
In a frontal assault on America's computers, North Korea revealed today that it successfully infiltrated Microsoft customer service and has been running the company's calling centers for years.
My bet, based on both experience and a couple of drops of information, is that Madoff has no intention of dying in prison, and has one last scam up the sleeve of his baggy prison jumpsuit.
"....in those times, it was human to be inhuman. And now the world has learned, I hope.... There must come a moment -- a moment of bringing people to...
According to Apple, a user of the iPal app can hold his iPhone up to a television when Ms. Palin is appearing and receive a real-time English translation in text form.
As the Michael Jackson memorial concludes today, millions of people who have no lives are in a quandary about how they will fill the inevitable void.
Tracy Klugian, 37, a hardware salesman in Brookline, Massachusetts, has been holding a candlelight vigil for the news ever since the 24/7 Michael Jackson coverage began.
Not every potential investor was caught in the insidious web. But those lucky enough to avoid the trap cannot escape a feeling of lingering dread, a residue of evil that time has not washed away.