Submitted by Martin Armstrong via Armstrong Economics, Only the Rich Can Afford to Keep Their Homes Philadelphia prosecutors agreed last Thursday to halt efforts to seize the homes of two of the lead plaintiffs in a widely publicized federal suit challenging the city’s use of civil forfeiture laws in drug cases. Show More Summary
Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray missed practice Thursday with a reported illness. According to a source whose tips have proven accurate regarding previous aspects of this sordid story, however, Murray wasn't sick. He was dealingShow More Summary
Rich Eisen has been the face of NFL Network since it launched in 2003. Over the years, he has hosted NFL Total Access, NFL GameDay Final, NFL GameDay Morning, Thursday Night Football, the Rich Eisen Podcast and now, the Rich Eisen Show on DirecTV, the NFL Now app and Fox Sports Radio. Before joining NFL […] The post AA Q&A: Rich Eisen appeared first on Awful Announcing.
Here’s what’s up in the world of TV for Thursday, December 25. All times are Eastern. Top pick Doctor Who (BBC America, 9 p.m.): Doctor Who’s rather somber season finale featured several major deaths and saw the Doctor and his companion part ways for good. Show More Summary
The Colbert Report satisfied progressive's cravings for late night infotainment with his brand of clever parody that lasted from October, 2005 through his last show on Thursday, December 18, 2014. The premise of his Comedy Central show...Show More Summary
In a mighty holiday celebration of Chop Suey's maybe final days, Kelly O hosted a Santa and Mrs. Claus photo booth during the Thursday/Friday Shannon and the Clams two-night extravaganza with bands La Luz, Gazebos, Fe Fi Fo Fums, Connie...Show More Summary
If you haven’t heard by now, NBC has pretty much purged its Thursday Night comedy lineup, with the last straggler being the terminally optimistic Parks and Recreation, which will be heading into its final season in the new year. So as we say goodbye to Parks, and by extension the peacock’s once golden comedy block,MORE
Fantasy football championship games are already in full swing heading into Sunday after three contests took place on Thursday and Saturday. Were you one of the unfortunate fantasy owners to get burned by the likes of Riley Cooper, Darrel...Show More Summary
On Thursday I wrote about how the new Qantas First Class Lounge LAX is finally open. The press release was quite detailed and had some great media images. As luck would have it I was passing through LAX on Thursday, so I reached out to Qantas to see if I could see the lounge in person. Show More Summary
We're gonna miss him so much!!! Craig Ferguson had the world up in stitches after his final episode for the Late Late Show on Thursday night slash Friday morning and while the Scottish host had a great amount of celebrities available for his send off — it was actually Craig's own words that touched us the [...]
Tim Meadows, JJ Abrams, Ken Burns & Pussy Riot!! More than Celebrities Who Appeared On Thursday’s Final COLBERT REPORT!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Jeff Daniels and Sam Waterson showed up, but not Olivia Munn or Jim Carrey. George Lucas and J.J. Show More Summary
Thursday, 18th. December saw the final pretrial conference in the case of U.S. v Dzhokhar Tsarnaev at Moakley Courthouse in Boston. The trial is due to begin the first week of January, 2015. This hearing was scheduled for 10.00 am and the defendant arrived nearly four hours previous, escorted by at least three divisions of [...]
Parenthood creator Jason Katims was nice enough to give you plenty of warning to ensure you'll have a box of tissues nearby when the Parenthood series finale airs. After joining Twitter on Thursday, Katims' first tweet revealed both the series finale's title and airdate. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Jason Katims Parenthood
Thursday night’s finale of The Colbert Report practically begged for it, so here it is: the definitive video annotation of everyone who appeared during the final sing-along to “We’ll Meet Again.” Well, almost everyone.
Thursday night, Stephen Colbert signed off from "The Colbert Report" for the final time. Friday night, it's Craig Ferguson's turn on "The Late Late Show." And similarly to Colbert, Ferguson recruited a lot of guests to help send him off.
Thursday night's cable ratings.
Thursday's final broadcast primetime ratings.
Serial, the crazy popular NPR podcast about whether or not Adnan Syed really killed his ex-girlfriend Hae Min Lee, has officially wrapped up its first season. If you, like me, spent Thursday morning listening to the finale, you, like me, have a lot of questions. Show More Summary
Yeah, so by now you've probably seen the epic musical send-off for The Colbert Report from Thursday evening, featuring dozens upon dozens of celebrities and political personalities crammed into one room singing "We'll Meet Again" with Stephen Colbert.
Jaguars defensive tackle Sen'Derrick Marks is $600,000 richer after sacking Titans quarterback Charlie Whitehurst on the final play of Thursday's game and Gus Bradley was excited.