Follow Up of the Day: After that receipt allegedly attributed to a cheapskate banker with a disdain for the 99% began to make the rounds, The Smoking Gun thought it smelled a rat, so it picked up the phone and called True Food Kitchen in Newport Beach and inquired after the veracity of the bill.
Follow Up of the Day: In light of the minor controversy that ensued following the inclusion of fortune cookie pieces in a Ben & Jerry's ice cream named after Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin, the Unilver subsidiary today issued an apology to "anyone was offended by our handmade Lin-Sanity flavor."
The limited-edition concoction was sold e
Follow Up of the Day: Our long national nightmare is over: Sacha Baron Cohen will be allowed to attend the Oscars dressed as his character from The Dictator.
Follow Up of the Day: A day after Virginia lawmakers were compelled to pass a non-invasive version of the state's controversial ultrasound bill, the full Virginia Senate voted this afternoon to table the equally contentious "personhood" bill, which would have def
Follow Up of the Day: Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell, who earlier today announced that he was backing down from his unconditional support of the state's controversial anti-abortion legislation, has compelled legislators in the House of Delegates to exclude a provision that would have required women to be penetrate
Another Follow Up of the Day: The ESPN employee responsible for penning the controversial "Chink In The Armor" headline that accompanied the network's article on the Knicks' winning-streak-snapping loss to the Hornets has been let go.
The racially insensitive title ran beneath a photo of Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin on the network's website <
Follow Up of the Day: After a short hiatus, The Colbert Report is set to resume production tomorrow according to a Comedy Central spokesperson.