The filmmaker behind the Oscar-winning documentary "Bowling for Columbine" appeared before union activists in Wisconsin and praised them for "arousing a sleeping giant," the Wisconsin State Journal reported. Moore addressed at least 30,000 protesters, urging them to continue their demonstrations against Gov. Scott Walker's budget proposals. "America is not broke," he told the crowd, according to the Madison newspaper. "The only thing that's broke is the moral compass of the rulers."
The billionaire Dallas Mavericks owner, who runs a television network called HDNet, is in talks with actor Charlie Sheen about a possible show, The Dallas Morning News reported. Cuban, who called Sheen "pretty cool," wouldn't elaborate except to say the partnership posed a "unique opportunity," according to the paper. Cuban also told the Morning News, "We always look for interesting programming featuring interesting people doing interesting things."
He is identified as the administrator of a website called Cryptome, which, long before WikiLeaks, posted “documents for publication that are prohibited by governments worldwide." On Sunday, the site posted a 17-minute video taken from a police helicopter of the World Trade Center after the September 11, 2001, attacks.