A guy delivering satiric "ninja" riffs in a $6 Lycra ski mask; a sultry woman with nearly 1 million "friends" on Myspace; a guy who has performed corny dancing shuffles in 38 countries What do all these people have in common? Absurdly low-budget, Internet-based origins and, now, high-budget traditional production deals Read about the new rules of the game .
After spending years blasting the idea that the U.S. is "bogged down" in Iraq, the Wall Street Journal editorial page did just that--saying that the Israel-Lebanon situation stems from a worldwide perception that America is so "bogged down" in Iraq that it can't flex any muscle in the Middle East.
Angelina Jolie will star as the wife of slain Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in an adaptation of her book "A Mighty Heart." Jolie's husband Brad Pitt will produce the film, and Michael Winterbottom (whose "The Road to Guantanamo" is in theaters now) will direct.
Stephen Colbert highlights a clip of an editor from the Wall Street Journal saying that in the wake of a woman in India supposedly marrying a snake, gay-marriage supporters in America should now be required to guarantee that animal marriage is not around the corner.
We learn from the Wall Street Journal that banks, Internet service providers and other companies are being besieged by law enforcement authorities who want to pore over their corporate data in hunting for clues in criminal cases. Just another example of how the government is going through personal records.