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Rumor has it, Danny Devito and Rhea Perlman are talking about ending their 41 year relationship, of which 30 years they have been married. Danny Devito and Rhea Perlman announced their separation after 30 years of marriage — and even though they didn’t go the distance … shouldn’t they celebrate making it that long? […]
The man who owns the Porsche that Lindsay Lohan was driving when she allegedly struck a pedestrian Wednesday is refusing to abandon the actress … and even hung out with LiLo in NYC today. Lindsay’s bearded homie is Domingo Zapata — a rich artist who’s so tight with Lohan, he permanently leaves a pair of keys for her […]
The Supreme Court ended its term Monday with a high-profile ruling that violent video games are protected by the First Amendment, but a bigger technology decision could be looming. The court agreed to hear a case next term about when the government can put GPS devices on people’s cars which could produce one of the court’s biggest privacy rulings in years
The critics reacted like heartbroken suitors, but Pixar’s Cars 2 got its motor running at about the same pace of the 2006 original. The G-rated sequel earned $68 million, according to early estimates, to win the weekend at the North American box office, while the R-rated Bad Teacher stormed into second place with $31 million
In the first Cars film, the biggest rube in Radiator Springs hitched himself to famous race car Lightning McQueen and never let go. The rusty tow truck Mater was desperate to be friends in a semistalkery way
Breaking America’s dependence on foreign energy supplies and suppliers who often don’t like the U.S. is a driving force behind the search for alternative fuels.
Updated: June 16, 2011, 3 p.m. Eastern Daylight Time The police in Vancouver did little at first, when drunken and angry sports fans took to making sport of the streets of the city
In Rialto, on old route 66 just outside Los Angeles, young Mexican Americans in sharp cars and glittery, cowboy-goth clothes are pouring into a hangar-size nightclub to hear El Komander sing. Brawny, buzz-cut and with a midnight pallor, El Komander looks as if a Mexican drug cartel might have sent him on a summer internship with the Russian mob.
For a moment, I hesitated. The on-ramp to the highway was short, traffic was charging up the right lane, and I was driving a sedan with a four-cylinder engine.