Regis Philbin made the announcement retired from Live with Regis and Kelly

Regis Philbin made the announcement retired from Live with Regis and Kelly. Regis Philbin, 79-year-old host of the long-running morning show, "Live with Regis and Kelly", made the announcement this morning, said he's finally ready to give up his talk show, after 28 years on the morning shift. Regis Philbin has been doing the show for almost three decades and has become a pop culture icon.

During his announcement, Regis joked, "There is a time that everything must come to an end for certain people on camera, especially certain old people."

"This will be my last year on this show," Regis Philbin told the audience.

Wonder who they will get to relplace him, Regis Philbin?


New Zodiac Sign Dates - Horoscopes

The New Zodiac sign dates have been released. Astronomers have revealed that the Earth is in a different spot in relation to the Sun than it was 3,000 years ago. Meaning that now the zodiac signs are outdated. Looks like it's time for an update.

For sure that since the basic principals of which the zodiac signs are calculated have changed, the signs themselves have also changed too. If you follow your horoscope, you'll most definitely need to know your new zodiac sign.

New Zodiac - Horoscopes
Capricorns - January 20th to February 16th
Aquarius - February 17th to March 11th
Pisces - March 12th to April 18th
Aries - April 19th to May 13th
Taurus - May 14th through June 21st
Gemini - June 22nd to July 20th
Cancer - July 20th to August 10th
Leo - August 11th to September 16th
Virgo - September 16th to October 30th
Libra - October 31st to November 23rd
Scorpio - November 23rd to December 17th
Sagittarius - December 18th to January 20th

Did your sign change? Does it matter? To some is yes. To others may be not so much. However, will we ever trust our horoscopes again?


Today Top Ten of Hot Searches and Hot Topics From Google Trends

Today Top Five of Hot Searches and Hot Topics from Google Trends.

Such a quiet day in top search engine, Google.com. Not much search traffics and topics.
Let's see how is going on at Google Hot Trends for today.

Today Top Five Hot Searchs
1. ted williams: Ted Williams, the Ohio homeless man whose golden voice made him a YouTube sensation and brought him offers of work.
2. carmelo anthony: Carmelo Anthony is an American professional basketball player who currently plays for the Denver Nuggets
3. mauritius: The reputation of Mauritius , which attracts many honeymooners, has been damaged by the murder of Irishwoman Michaela Harte in a luxury hotel.
4. verizon wireless: Cell phones, 3g smartphones, smart phone and cell phone plans
5. giffords: Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords of Arizona was shot Saturday

Today Top Ten Hot Topics
1. launcher cannot obtain patching information wow
2. verizon announcement
3. verizon press conference
4. verizon iphone
5. pon farr

What will be going on in Google.com? You can use google's search engine to search for today hot trends and you'll up to date with Google.com.


Loughner May Have Links To American Renaissance

Loughner may have links to American Renaissance. Arizona Suspected Gunman Had 'Troubled Past,' But Mostly Flew Under Radar. Such a hot topics for new details emerging about the suspected shooter behind Saturday's deadly rampage reveal a 22-year-old man with a troubled past who law enforcement say may have been influenced by American Renaissance, a pro-white publication.

A law enforcement memo based on information provided by the Department of Homeland Security and obtained by Fox News suggests that alleged gunman Jared Loughner — accused of killing six people, shooting Arizona Democratic Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and wounding 12 others — may have ties to the American Renaissance group, though it's unclear if he was directly affiliated with the publication or group.

The Southern Poverty Law Center describes the group as "white nationalist" whose leader, Jared Taylor, is "a kind of modern-day version of the refined but racist colonialist of old."

The memo states that there is "no direct connection" between Loughner and the group, "but strong suspicion is being directed at AmRen / American Renaissance. Suspect is possibly linked to this group. (through videos posted on his MySpace and YouTube account.). The group's ideology is anti-government, anti-immigration, anti-ZOG (Zionist Occupational Government), anti-Semitic."

The memo also includes information about the suspect's mother, who works for the Pima County Board of Supervisors and notes that Loughner has multiple arrests but no criminal record.

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But Taylor, a 1973 graduate in philosophy from Yale University, told Fox News on Sunday that he had never heard of Loughner until Saturday and has checked the group's records going back 20 years and has not found any subscriptions for Loughner to American Renaissance publications.

He added he has no indication that Loughner ever attended any of the group's events, which have been held on the East Coast where the organization is based.

Taylor also denied references to the group as being "anti-ZOG."

"That is complete nonsense," he said. "I have absolutely no idea what DHS is talking about. We have never used the term 'ZOG.' We have never thought in those terms. If this is the level of research we are getting from DHS, then heaven help us," he said.

Loughner lives with his parents in a Tucson neighborhood that one neighbor described as part of an area that is notorious for "stash houses" for Mexican gangs to bring drugs into the U.S. and store them.

The neighbor, who asked only to be identified as Jon, said he volunteered at a phone bank for Giffords' 2008 congressional campaign. He said none of the neighbors seem to know any member of the Loughner household, which on Sunday was cordoned off. Two run-down jalopies outside the house along with a front walkway littered with empty paint buckets and a garden hose blocked the walkway and door while the entire front yard is covered in a tangled cactus tree.

Nothing like this has ever happened in this neighborhood. "We've had a number of good DEA busts," Jon said. "It's a shock, it really is. ... It's sad, it's been a sad day."

Another neighbor directly across from the home also did not want to give his name, but said a mother, son and father live at the house.

"They weren't real friendly," said the neighbor who described himself as 60 and retired. They mostly didn't talk to anyone and mainly stayed inside. "Loners," he called them.

Another neighbor, Anthony Woods, who was three years behind Loughner in school, said the father in the household was argumentative.

Woods said the dad would complain about everything from neighbors' trash cans on the street to standing too close to his property by the fence. Woods said law enforcement interviewed the mother and father at the Loughner house Saturday night.

"They confiscated a lot of things" from the house, he said.

Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik said Saturday that Loughner had "a troubled past."

"I'm not a psychiatrist so I have no reason to believe the person was insane. Was he unstable? I would agree with that," he said.

Loughner was kicked out of Pima Community College following a series of run-ins with school officials and police at the colleges where he frequently caused disruptions in classrooms and elsewhere on campus, according to The Arizona Republic.

The tensions with school officials led to Loughner's production of a YouTube video in which he declared the college illegal, the newspaper reports.

The college said Loughner could only return if he received mental-health clearance, according to The Arizona Republic.

Loughner is suspected of posting a series of YouTube videos that show a focus on literacy and currency -- as well as his distrust in the government.

"Hello, my name is Jared Lee Loughner," one of the videos says, in words appearing on the screen. "This video is my introduction to you! My favorite activity is conscience dreaming; the greatest inspiration for my political business information. Some of you don't dream -- sadly."

The video, posted Dec. 15, later turns more political.

"The majority of citizens in the United States of America have never read the United States of America's Constitution. You don't have to accept the federalist laws," the video's titles say. "In conclusion, reading the second United States Constitution, I can't trust the current government because of the ratifications: the government is implying mind control and brainwash on the people by controlling grammar. No! I won't pay debt with a currency that's not backed by gold and silver! No! I won't trust in god!"

Loughner's last writing on his MySpace page was just hours before the shooting.

"Goodbye friends," he wrote. "Please don't be mad at me."

Records obtained from the Pima County, Ariz., criminal database also show Loughner was arrested in 2007 for possessing drug paraphernalia, a misdemeanor charge. The records suggest that Loughner paid a $20 fee and completed a court-ordered program for drug offenders.

Three months later he was cited for running a stop sign, according to court documents.

Another record shows a 2008 arrest for what’s described as a "local charge" in Marana, Ariz., 20 miles northwest of Tucson. The non-criminal charge was dismissed.

A senior U.S. law enforcement official told Fox News that the gun used in Saturday's massacre was a Glock-19 -- a semi-automatic 9-mm. gun with extended magazine. Witnesses told law enforcement that the magazine was high-capacity, about 12 inches long.

U.S. officials told Fox News they know where the gun was purchased in Tucson and plan on questioning the store's owner. The Washington Post reports that Loughner bought the handgun on Nov. 30 at a Sportsman's Warehouse in Tucson.

Fox News.com's Judson Berger and Fox News' Jennifer Griffin and James Rosen contributed to this report.


People's Choice Awards Winners 2010

People's Choice Awards Winners 2010, hosted by Queen Latifah. People’s Choice Awards 2010 is more of a popularity contest than a measure of talent. It was held on Wednesday's Night, 6th January 2011 at Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles.

Check out the full list of winners below for People’s Choice Awards 2010 Winners
  • Favorite Movie: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
  • Favorite Movie Actor: Johnny Depp
  • Favorite Movie Actress: Kristen Stewart
  • Favorite Action Movie: Iron Man 2
  • Favorite Action Star: Jackie Chan
  • Favorite Drama Movie: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse
  • Favorite Family Movie: Toy Story 3
  • Favorite Comedy Movie: Grown Ups
  • Favorite Comedic Star: Adam Sandler
  • Favorite On Screen Team: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (Robert Pattinson, Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner)
  • Favorite Movie Star Under 25: Zac Efron
  • Favorite Horror Movie: A Nightmare on Elm Street
  • Favorite TV Drama: House
  • Favorite TV Drama Actor: Hugh Laurie
  • Favorite TV Drama Actress: Lisa Edelstein
  • Favorite TV Comedy: Glee
  • Favortie TV Comedy Actor: Neil Patrick Harris
  • Favorite TV Comedy Actress: Jane Lynch
  • Favorite Competition Show: American Idol
  • Favorite TV Crime Drama: Lie to Me
  • Favorite TV Crime Fighter: Tim Roth
  • Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show: Fringe
  • Favorite Talk Show Host: Conan O’Brien
  • Favorite TV Obsession: Dexter
  • Favorite TV Guilty Pleasure: Keeping Up with the Kardashians
  • Favorite TV Guest Star: Demi Lovato (Grey’s Anatomy)
  • Favorite TV Doctor: Gregory House (Hugh Laurie)
  • Favorite TV Family: The Simpsons (The Simpsons)
  • Favorite Family TV Movie: Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam
  • Favorite TV Chef: Rachael Ray
  • Favorite New TV Drama: Hawaii Five-O
  • Favorite New TV Comedy: $#*! My Dad Says
  • Favorite Male Artist: Eminem
  • Favorite Female Artist: Katy Perry
  • Favorite Song: “Love The Way You Lie” (Eminem featuring Rihanna)
  • Favorite Rock Band: Paramore
  • Favorite Breakout Artist: Selena Gomez & the Scene
  • Favorite Pop Artist: Rihanna
  • Favorite Country Artist: Taylor Swift
  • Favorite R&B Artist: Usher
  • Favorite Hip-Hop Artist: Eminem
  • Favorite Music Video: “Love The Way You Lie” (Eminem featuring Rihanna)
  • Favorite Online Sensation: Katy Perry
  • Favorite Viral Video Star: Tarp Surfing
How about the results of People's Choice Awards Winners 2010? Is it same as your expection? Let's share any comment!


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