O.J. Simpson appeared in court Wednesday to make a case for overturning his armed robbery and kidnapping convictions. Too bad Johnny Cochrane is dead, because Simpson is blaming his imprisonment on his old defense attorney, Yale Galanter. Read More
One of the perks of being a celebrity chef is that you get to put your name on chintzy cookware sets (Gordon Ramsay) or lackluster frozen food (Wolfgang Puck) and beef up your bank account even more.
Maybe that’s why Guy Fieri was so pumped when he won “The Next Food Network Star,” which has indeed made him a household name with his shows “Guy’s Big Bite” and “Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives.” Read More
‘2016: Obama’s America” co-director Dinesh D’Souza is calling claims that he cheated on his wife “libel” — but that didn’t keep him from resigning as president of conservative King’s College in New York City in the wake of the accusations.
The right-winger behind the second-most successful documentary in history, an 89-minute attack on President Barack Obama, was seen at a Christian conference with a woman who was not his wife, and the pair reportedly shared a hotel room to boot. Read More
By age 6, David Henderson could hit a baseball over his roof. Qunzena Henderson figured that was her son’s ticket off the troubled streets of the Bayview district. “But he said, ‘No, mom, I wanna play football,’” she recalled. Read More
An Iowa farmer tried to warn Attorney General Eric Holder on the risks of trying high-value foreign terrorism suspects in American civilian courts. When Holder insisted that "failure is not an option" -- his defense of the Obama administration's decision to try 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in federal court in New York -- Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley attempted to give the attorney general a little taste of reality. Read More