Live microphone at G8 Summit luncheon picks up Bush potty mouth: “See the irony is that what they need to do is get Syria to get Hezbollah to stop doing this s___ and it’s over.” Maybe next time he should just write a note.
New England farmers turning to vodka to heal economic wounds.
State Supreme Court of Tennessee approves inclusion of constitutional amendment banning gay marriage on November ballot.
Farinelli, the world’s most famous castrato, is to be exhumed in order to study how castration influenced the development of bone structure: “Farinelli was more famous than Madonna, Johnny Depp and David Beckham combined.”
Justin Timberlake opens up in exposing Observer interview: “I’m just like everyone else, I get completely plastered, I’ve done my fair share of drugs and I’ve been caught places with my pants down; it’s just I make sure there are no cameras around.”
DJ Paul Oakenfold to join Madonna’s tour in Europe.
Condi Rice on whether or not our presence in Iraq has stirred up a “hornet’s nest” in the Middle East: “The notion that policies that finally confront extremism are actually causing extremism, I find grotesque.”
The silent companion: Speculation surrounds Clay Aiken’s new mystery man…
The Dark Side of the Rainbow: first 45 minutes of Pink Floyd/Wizard of Oz mash-up online, for now…
Polar bears, glaciers suffering: first half of 2006 was warmest on record.
Gay man sues Hertz rental car company for $2 million+, claims he was sexually harassed. James Green: “I was given pornography during work hours. I was called by an effeminate name. I was groped. It was horrible.”