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Issue 4650

Julian Assange: Nobody Likes A Tattletale


Although Julian Assange sparked a media firestorm when he revealed thousands of pages of Pentagon reports proving that the U.S. military concealed more than 15,000 civilian deaths in Iraq, that rampant corruption and negligence among private contractors there poses a profound security risk, and that the U.S. State Department continually questions the strength of Russia's democracy, the fact remains that nobody wants to listen to an annoying little tattler.

Mark Zuckerberg - Gotta Hand It To The Little Fucker

Founder of Facebook

No one made as large an impact on how we interact in 2010 as Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, who you really gotta hand it to, as much as you'd like to punch the little shit right in his smug, 26-year-old-billionaire face.

Other Notable Sports Figures Of 2010

Not all of them garnered the attention or the acclaim of LeBron and Landon, but it wouldn't be fair to talk about the year in sports without mentioning these athletes.

Pat Riley

The Miami Heat's Big Three grabbed the most headlines this year, but all-time basketball genius Pat Riley is the one who brought them together. So is he any good?

Terry Jones - Could Have At Least Manned Up And Burned One Koran


With the gaze of the whole world fixed on his small Gainesville, FL–based Dove World Outreach Center this Sept. 11, Pastor Terry Jones shocked an anxious media by calling off his threat to burn 200 copies of the Koran, which is bullshit, really, because the guy should have at least had the balls to torch one measly copy.

Elena Kagan - Trust Us, She Needed This Gig Real Bad

Supreme Court Justice

When she became the fourth woman to join the highest court in the land last August, it was a significant moment in American history. But for newly minted Supreme Court justice Elena Kagan, it meant something so much more: a steady paycheck.

About Onion Sports Network

The Onion Sports Network is the undisputed universal leader in sports coverage. OSN has studios and affiliates in every country that has sports, and our unparalleled coverage has made us nearly indistinguishable with the sports we cover.

Grýla - Responsible For The Year's Biggest Volcanic Eruption

Icelandic Ogress

No one had as much effect on air travel in 2010 as the horrifying Icelandic mountain ogress Grýla, who this spring launched a plume of ash 30,000 feet into the sky from the Eyjafjallajökull volcano, shutting down airports across Europe and costing the global economy hundreds of millions of dollars.

LeBron James - Already An NBA Champion Of Friendship

Professional Basketball Player

Perhaps the biggest name in sports this year was basketball phenomenon LeBron James, who proved what an amazing friend he is this summer by signing with the Miami Heat and joining good buddies and fellow All-Stars Dwayne Wade and Chris Bosh in South Beach...

The Ones We Lost

Publishing magnate Bob Guccione died of cancer on Oct. 20. He was laid to rest several days later following a soft-lit, full-frontal open-casket funeral service.
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