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"Why is there no record of Michael Savage being banned in the WikiLeaks cables?" asks Mr. Savage himself, who has waged a 19-month battle to have his name scrubbed from a list of "undesirables" banned from Britain, compiled by then-Home Secretary Jacqui Smith.
Addiction specialist Dr. Drew Pinsky will have a new prime-time show weeknights on HLN starting next spring, talking about issues from Charlie Sheen to airport pat-downs.
Roughly a month after a wild night that left a New York hotel room in tatters and sent Charlie Sheen to the hospital, the drama continues.
New York City police are investigating a harassment claim against Charlie Sheen made by a woman found locked in the actor's hotel bathroom last month.
Aftershocks continue from Charlie Sheen's stormy night last month in a Manhattan hotel. Capri Anderson, the woman who was found locked in the bathroom of his suite, said she's suing the actor for battery and false imprisonment, and plans to file a criminal report with New York City police.
Charlie Sheen filed suit Monday against the woman who was found locked in the bathroom of his Manhattan hotel suite last month, hours after she accused him of abuse in a nationally televised interview.
Aftershocks continue from Charlie Sheen's stormy night last month in a Manhattan hotel.
Michael Douglas' ex-wife has lost a bid to cash in on his earnings from his recent "Wall Street" follow-up, with a judge saying her case is too much of a Hollywood divorce to set a sequel in a New York court.
"I can hardly complain that Cab Calloway never got his due. ... Even so, I can't help wondering what he might have achieved," writes Ted Gioia in the Weekly Standard.