Money 101: 8 Tips For Eating Healthy On A Budget

By: Colleen Meeks / October 29, 2010
When you’re looking to trim your budget, it can be easy to cut down on what you spend on food. You can stop getting that latte every morning on your way to work and eat like you’re still in college. (Ramen, anyone?) But what if eating well is a priority, too? Elizabeth Somer, registered dietitia… More »

MTV’s Newest Reality Show? “I Used To Be Fat”

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 29, 2010
Drunk off the success of "16 & Pregnant" and "Jersey Shore," MTV is adding another reality TV show to its line-up: "I Used To Be Fat." The show follows overweight teenagers between their senior year of high school and their freshman year of college as they drop the pounds to… More »

Woman Wins $1.4 Million Settlement For Getting Spanked At Work

By: Jessica Wakeman / October 29, 2010
And the award for the most awkward team-building exercise ever goes to ... Janet Orlando of California, who several years ago got a spanking with competitors' yard signs in front of her co-workers. In 2006, she won a $1.4 million settlement from her employer, Alarm One Inc. in Anahiem, but the company never paid… More »

Heidi Montag’s Mom Works As A Maid And 4 Other Celebs’ Broke Parents

By: Kelli Bender / October 29, 2010
Heidi Montag made some big bucks doing "The Hills." Where else would all that backscooping money come from? But while Heidi was making and spending her $65,000 per episode salary on nips and tucks, her mom Darlene Egelhoff had to sweep and dust to make ends meet. Mama Darlene recently confessed to… More »

“Sesame Street” Clings To Jude Law — And So Would We

By: Julie Gerstein / October 29, 2010
In his recent appearance on "Sesame Street," Jude Law was used to illustrate what the word "cling" means. The show had a mouse, an octopus, and a monkey "cling" to Law. Which, we suppose is slightly more appropriate than, say, Sienna Miller or Daisy Wright (the nanny he had an affair with) clinging… More »

Hilarious Pets Ready For Trick-Or-Treating

By: Leonora Epstein / October 29, 2010