Articles by Jason Van Hoven

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Darth Vader Burger: Is the 'Star Wars' Burger Quick's Smartest Gimmick?

Recently, Quick has been promoting on an international scale with an advertisement for the release of three new burgers in conjunction with the premiere of Star Wars Episode I: The Phantom Menace 3D. The Dark Vador burger may just be the genius gimmick Quick needs to generate more revenue.

Utica Police Chief Responds to Drug-Planting Cop Video with His Own [VIDEO]

A one-minute and 40-second viral police dashcam video released back in December by the Utica Phoenix, a weekly local newspaper in Utica, N.Y. that covered a story about Utica Police Department officers pulling over a vehicle for allegedly running a stop sign and potentially planting drugs inside of it, has caused uproar.

Anna Malova, Former Miss Russia, Gets 'Last Chance' for Drug Rehab

Anna Malova, who was crowned the 1998 Miss Russia and placed in the top 10 for the 1998 Miss Universe, received one last chance from Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Ellen Coin to go through drug rehab or else stand trial and be deported, according to the Associated Press.

Wisconsin Badgers 2012 Rose Bowl Uniforms: Adidas Pays Homage [PHOTOS]

The Oregon Ducks' new 2012 Rose Bowl uniform, unveiled on Tuesday, has all the scintillating, evolutionary upgraded technology that most everyone has come to expect from Nike. On the contrary, the Ducks' Rose Bowl opponent on Jan. 2, the Wisconsin Badgers, have decided to keep things a little simpler.

Red Bulls Thierry Henry on Two-Month Loan to Arsenal

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said Friday that former France captain Thierry Henry will sign for the team in a two-month loan deal once an insurance agreement is reached with the New York Red Bulls, the Major League Soccer club Henry currently plays for, according to reports.

Will LaDainian Tomlinson Retire After the Season? Jets RB Says It's Possible

Could future Hall of Famer LaDainian Tomlinson be playing his last game this Sunday against the Miami Dolphins? The New York Jets runningback didn't give a clear-cut answer to reporters on Thursday, but he did say that he would wait and see what happens once the season is over whether or not to continue playing in the NFL.

Sinead O' Connor: Drugs Caused Split with Herridge, Marriage No More [TEXT]

Sinead O'Connor, who married drugs counselor Barry Herridge on her 45th birthday at The Little White Wedding Chapel drive-thru in Las Vegas on Dec. 8, said that her search for marijuana on her wedding night led to the split from Herridge on Christmas Eve, according to reports. O' Connor also says that she will never marry, let alone date, ever again.

Kobe Bryant Convinces Alex Rodriguez to Seek Orthokine Therapy for Knee

Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant, who took two trips to Germany, one in the summer and the other in October, during the prolonged offseason for knee and ankle treatment, recommended that New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez also go to Germany to go through the same experimental therapy he did to heal up, according to the New York Post.

Yarara Snakes Among 247 Animals Man Fails to Get on Plane [VIDEO]

In what may be considered the closest real-life case of the movie Snakes on a Plane, a Czechoslovakian man was stopped from boarding a transatlantic flight from Buenos Aires, Argentina to Madrid, Spain for trafficking 247 animals, including five-foot venomous yarara snakes, in his suitcase, according to Agence France-Presse.

Aliahna Lemmon: Babysitter Admits to Beating, Dismembering Girl [VIDEO]

Michael Plumadore, the babysitter charged with the murder of Aliahna Lemmon, who disappeared from an Indiana trailer park last week, admitted to beating the nine-year-old girl to death with a brick, dismembering her with a hacksaw, stuffing her limbs into freezer bags and hiding parts at his trailer and at a nearby business according to reports.

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