I think things worked out the way they should have worked outImus returns to the airwaves Dec 03, 2007
I will never say anything in my lifetime that will make any of these young women at Rutgers regret or feel foolish that they accepted my apology and forgave meImus returns to the airwaves Dec 03, 2007
I'm not supposed to say, but ... if he was to be coming back, I would look to SeptemberImus pal: Shock jock planning a comeback Jul 16, 2007
It raises money for the ranch, I'm happy about thatImus attends wife's book-signing May 10, 2007
The other day Sid (Rosenberg) said something about Tom Cruise being a homoImus issues mea culpa for Cruise remarks Jun 07, 2005
John Donald "Don" Imus, Jr. (born July 23, 1940) is an American radio host, humorist, philanthropist and writer. His nationally-syndicated talk show, Imus in the Morning, is broadcast throughout the United States by Citadel Media and relayed on television by the Fox Business Network.
Imus was born in Riverside, California, the son of Frances E. (née Moore) and John Donald Imus, Sr., older brother of Fred Imus. He was raised on a sprawling cattle ranch called The Willows near Kingman, Arizona. He served in the Marine Corps as a bugler from 1957 to 1960.
Imus battled alcoholism during his early career in New York, but in 1987 finally pursued effective treatment. (As of 2008, he has remained sober for 20 years). In 1988, with his cocaine and alcohol addictions now legendary in show business, Imus reshaped his show from strictly comedy into a forum for political issues, charitable causes and news-based parodies.