1. Jonah Hill Embraces Controversial 'Take Personal Responsibility' Strategy After Being Caught On Tape Using Homophobic Slur

After being caught on tape angrily yelling a homophobic epithet at a paparazzo, Jonah Hill went on Howard Stern's radio show to apologize and call himself out for his shitty behavior: "I am not at all defending my choice of words, but I am happy to be the poster boy for thinking about what you say and how those words, even if you don't intend them and how they mean, they are rooted in hate. And that's bullshit and I shouldn't have said that."

2. Rihanna Seems To Have Pretty Much Given Up On Wearing Clothes

Fresh off the media roller coaster that accompanied her Instagram account being disabled for violating terms against nudity, R&B singer Rihanna attended the Council of Fashion Designers of America's fashion awards last night in what can best be described as a bunch of sparkles and a smile.

3. Apple Unveils New iOS8 To Partially Work On Your iPhone

At the Worldwide Developers Conference in San Francisco yesterday, Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the new iOS 8 operating system for the iPhone and iPad. Although the software won't be out until the fall, Apple fanboys are encouraged to refresh this page continuously until something changes. 

4. Dan Marino Is Suing The NFL For Giving Him The Chance To Make Millions Of Dollars While People Pummeled Him Every Week

Former Miami Dolphins quarterback Dan Marino is joining 14 other NFL alumni who are suing the league for "carelessness, negligence, intentional misconduct" for not disclosing the long-term effects of having massive people do their very best to completely destroy your body over and over again every week.

5. Oliver Stone To Make Even-Handed, Well-Thought-Out Movie About Edward Snowden 

Oliver Stone has announced that he will be making a film based upon the story of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. "This is one of the greatest stories of our time," the filmmaker said in a statement. "A real challenge." It is currently unknown how Stone will work Vietnam into the plot.

(by Dennis DiClaudio)