The Defense Rests in Casey Anthony Trial

The Defense Rests in Casey Anthony Trial

The defense rested today in the Casey Anthony trial, bringing to an end two weeks' worth of evidence presentation and witness testimony. It did so with the Anthony choosing not to take the stand.

The prosecution will now present a rebuttal case, but it is barely even expected to last a day. Closing arguments will follow, with jury deliberations possibly getting underway this holiday weekend.

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Stephen Colbert Wins Approval for SuperPAC

Stephen Colbert Wins Approval for SuperPAC

Stephen Colbert will not be our next President. But he may have a say who gets the job.

The comedian/talk show host won approval today from the Federal Election Committee to form a SuperPAC, meaning Colbert can raise money and produce/buy television time for political advertisements.

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Anti-Violence Group on Eminem: Evil! Selfish!

Anti-Violence Group on Eminem: Evil! Selfish!

Filming yourself choking a porn star and then committing suicide is sure to upset a few folks.

But a British group known as Mothers Against Violence has taken criticism of Eminem to a new level. In a recent statement, the organization bashes the heck out of the rapper for his "Space Bound" music video (below), referring to the star as "evil."

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Aaron Carter Claims: Michael Jackson Dealt Me Drugs

Aaron Carter Claims: Michael Jackson Dealt Me Drugs

Aaron Carter knew Michael Jackson well. The former boy bander has often credited the icon with offering him advice on the industry.

But in a new interview with Daphne Barak in Spain, Carter makes a disturbing allegation: he says Jackson gave him drugs at the age of 15.

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So You Think You Can Dance: A Kissing Frenzy

So You Think You Can Dance: A Kissing Frenzy

We're down to 16 contestants and most of them were fighting hard to stay in the competition last night.

The judging panel was increased from three to four, with Kristin Chenoweth joining Mary Murphy and Nigel Lythgoe and Lil' C. As you might expect, Lil' C and Chenoweth were hawking new albums as they critiqued the following performers...