Harry Reid of Nevada received free ringside boxing tickets. His acceptance of them violated a number of items in the Senate Ethics Manual
Forget the smokescreen of pages and protests for a minute and look at an issue that really hits home - the preservation of your basic property rights.
I am your president, and I would never lie to the American people.
Harry Reid has been screaming about the culture of corruption, but it is obvious he is an expert in the subject.
Baidu.com and MTV, New Jay-Z, and Turner Broadcasting and Nokia in today's update.
Los Angeles based hip hop crew The Visionaries rock the spot with their new album.
This third album is a return to the music that helped him win American Idol.
Digital media music and video downloads and streams.
With a sick funk hook and catchy refrain, you will be dragged along by its inertia.
A couple of frustrating imports and a cheesy Primus best-of.
Fantasic piano, a gorgeous voice, drumstick-on-chair percussion—what's not to love?
The Scissor Sisters dig deeper and reach higher heights on the follow-up to their great debut.
Two performances that show the legendary Chet Baker at his cool jazz coolest.
The Pipettes want to rock your world — then not call the day after.
How much can possibly go wrong in the 2004 Presidential Election? Watch.
Overall, not much of a children's movie...
Can the cops crack the code before it's too late?
Indie horror filmmaker Mel House talks about his upcoming movie filmed in a closet. A nasty inter-dimensional closet, that is.
Lost has been bumped off the top of my television priorities list by the super-powered Heroes
This show has something for everyone, including a cute girl in a cheerleader outfit.
If you're not careful, the Grudge-girl will get you.
The premise of Knights makes it worth checking out.
While the DVD case for Me, Eloise may look bright, attractive, and fitting for a young princess, its insides are spoiled.
Slice, dice, and win your way to The Simpsons' 400th episode party in Los Angeles.
Hypnotic, distrubing, eerie, and also very, very beautiful.
MGM Star Norma Shearer stars as the Queen of France, co-starring Tyrone Power as her lover Axel von Ferson.
Clint Eastwood's Flags of Our Fathers opens October 20.
Comedy and gore are always a good combination.
James Tupper steps clear of the forest for MeeVee.
Any film starring Jack Nicholson will always deserve a screening and The Departed is no exception.
Clint Eastwood wants to remind us that the soldiers are not public relations tools.
This week, Jennifer Aniston and Vince Vaughn foretell their own destiny, assuming they've actually broken up.
Le Carré is as in tune and aware of the world around him as he ever was.
Inside the mind of Mötley Crüe drummer Tommy Lee.
A warning to the west: wake up before it's too late.
It fills such a peculiar niche, I can't quite imagine the broader audience for it.
Regardless of whether one agrees with Rabbi Greenberg, he brings a unique perspective committed to tradition and change, and is certainly a welcome voice.
While Science Fiction/Fantasy may tolerate cheesy aliens and prancing elves, it also allows more artistic license and ability to manipulate the world to illuminate points.
You might not be afraid of money, but you may be afraid of doing what it takes to get it.
A bad week for running backs not named Hart and a good week for players that didn't even play. Lunacy!
Her new son goes "home."
The IRS is looking for Wesley Snipes after his indictment on tax evasion.
You'll get no encore from this week's show with Ken Edwards and Joan Hunt!
Dear Elsa, I don’t believe I have psychic abilities.
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for October 17, 2006
This Week: Moving In With Mom, A Piece of Tail, and Flying South
If a caterpillar on a leaf smoking a hookah invites you to join him, just say "no."
PDA Panache makes a metal stylus that feels more stylus like than the plastic one from Nintendo.
mental_floss question of the day.