Microsoft knows a good thing when it sees it. And what Google has going on with its search advertising business is a good thing — which, of course, is why Microsoft want a bigger piece of it
The first man on the moon marked the 40th anniversary of his historic achievement with characteristic understatement Monday, calling the program that put him on the lunar surface "a good thing to do." Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong joined crewmates Michael Collins and Buzz Aldrin at the National Air and Space Museum, capping a day of commemorations that included a stop at the White House.
Hannah Clark is a 16-year-old with a shy laugh and a love of animals.
Bollywood’s recent financial growth has been as dizzying as the swirling dancers, colorful costumes and pulsating music that typify the industry’s films. Foreign money has poured into Mumbai’s flamboyant Hindi-language film industry, which churns out more than 1,000 films each year.
She told stories, flirted outrageously with boys and was constantly changing her hairstyle.
Forget lawn mowers. Maryland officials have found a natural way to combat brush while protecting a threatened species. Forty bearded goats have been dispatched by the State Highway Administration to control plant growth in the area.
Digital cameras are now as common and affordable to the average family as the Polaroid of the ’60s. Best thing about ’em You don’t even have to take your film in to the corner drugstore to get developed — because digital cameras don’t rely on film to make their pictures “stick.” Thanks to technology, the entire process, from clicking the shutter to printing the pictures, is now entirely within the power of the consumer
The coils of razor wire glint in the prairie sun like silver tumbleweeds piled against the tall chain-link perimeter fences of the forlorn Two Rivers Detention Facility in Hardin, Montana.
It is a good thing the CIA is now out of the overseas prison business. Black sites, waterboarding and renditions were never really the CIA’s strong suit
A children’s show host who was born with one hand is facing criticism from parents over her disability. BBC spokeswoman Katya Mira said the corporation has received at least 25 “official” complaints recently about Cerrie Burnell, new host of two shows on the BBC-run CBeebies television network, which is aimed at children younger than six.