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Posted at 2:51 PM ET, 12/14/2010

Read this: Jack Abramoff, Michael Jackson, Drew Storen

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Jack Abramoff, 2006. (Gerald Herbert/AP)

Jack Abramoff is out of federal custody -- and also, now, done with his halfway-house job of working in a kosher pizzeria in a Baltimore suburb. Now he begins three years of probation, and his old boss at the pizza place tells the Associated Press the disgraced lobbyist can come back to hang out anytime: "Obviously we're dealing with a tough economy," said Ron Rosenbluth. "I was able to get some of his expertise in marketing." In other news, Kevin Spacey just got a Golden Globe nomination for playing him in "Casino Jack."

So much for the new Michael Jackson album. Or "Michael Jackson album," rather. "Why let 50 Cent rap over a mere sketch of a tune and call it a new Michael Jackson song?" asks Chris Richards, who calls it "an album of unfinished songs that Jackson would never want us to hear."

Everybody's favorite Nats rookie relief pitcher Drew Storen heads to the red-carpet Hollywood premiere of "How Do You Know," starring Owen Wilson as a Nats relief pitcher.

By The Reliable Source  | December 14, 2010; 2:51 PM ET
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