Former Rep. Bob Ney, who lost his job and went to jail for 17 months in connection with the Jack Abramoff bribery scandal, has reemerged with a new gig. Yesterday, he debuted a radio show in the Ohio River Valley area he once represented. Ney is working for Talk Radio News Service, which hired him as a researcher shortly after his release from prison last year.
Twitter heroes, Ashton and Demi (Chris Pizzello/Associated Press)
A California woman who posted a suicide threat on Demi Moore's Twitter page is now giving an interview to "Inside Edition." Sandie Guy told the show she "was trying to deal with it in the most healthy way I could think of." She's flattered that "a big movie star" responded; other Moore fans alerted police, who went to Guy's home. "I will keep all those tweets for the rest of my life."