The comedian returned to Nashville Tuesday to apologize for an anti-gay rant during a stand-up show there earlier in June. He said during his set that if his son were gay, he would "pull out a knife and stab" him. Morgan will meet with members of the audience from that show face to face and apologize.
#4 - Keith Olbermann
The TV host now back on the air with his new show on Current TV. It's not too much different than his old MSNBC show. It's still called Countdown and still features many of his regular segments. Olbermann left MSNBS abruptly in January.
#3 - Michael Jackson
Yhis Saturday will mark 2 years since the singer's death. His doctor Conrad Murray is facing charges of involuntary manslaughter in his death. Jackson's sister Latoya told Piers Morgan on CNN she still believes Michael was murdered. Authorities say Dr. Murray, who was treating Jackson for insomnia, was responsible for giving him a fatal overdose of a powerful anesthetic.
#2 - Tattoo Settlement
Mike Tyson's tattoo artist has settled a lawsuit against the makers of "The Hangover Part 2". Famed artist S. Victor Whitmill sued Warner Brothers over the tattoo on Ed Helms' character's face. Apparently, it looked a bit too much like the design he created for the former heavyweight champion of the world. No word on how much the settlement was.
#1 - Summer Solstice
Hope you're having a good day because it's the longest day of the year. It happens when the sun reaches the farthest point north of the equator and marks the beginning of summer in the Northern Hemisphere. Thousands of revelers marked the solstice at Stonehenge in the U.K.