An investigation into Paris Jackson’s well-being has been ordered by a judge overseeing the guardianship of Michael Jackson’s three children, court records show. Superior Court Judge Mitchell Beckloff ordered an investigator to look into Paris Jackson’s health, education and welfare and recommend whether any changes are necessary on Thursday, one day after she was taken by ambulance from her family’s home and hospitalised
OPINION: This is an essay by Australian journalist Geoffrey Barker.
REVIEW: The producers of Doctor Who continue to be clever with their titles for this half season of the show. It opened with The Bells of Saint John by show runner Steven Moffat, referring to the call the Doctor took on the Tardis phone from new companion Clara Oswald.
Charles Overby is not optimistic about his future. The bearded American works in a so-called smart-shop, selling hallucinogenic mushrooms in Amsterdam’s touristy Rembrantsplein area.
The regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad doesn’t make threats lightly. And as they confronted the uprising in the town of Jisr al-Shughour, government security forces were blunt, according to the medical staff in area’s small hospitals and the local Red Crescent outpost there
“Names make news.” Last week the following names made the following news: George V. A motor ambulance suitable for transporting His Majesty to the Sussex seaside where he will recuperate was driven into the courtyard of Buckingham Palace, last week, and later the Royal physicians announced that they had “thoroughly tested its suitability.” Paul von Hindenburg, President of Germany, eyed last week, for the first time in his life, a cinema
Notre Dame AD: “Burst of Wind” Before Fatal Fall Athletic Director Says He Heard Tower Crash to the Ground, Killing Student Who Was Videotaping Football Practice A strong gust of wind swept across Notre Dame’s practice football field before a tower toppled, killing a student who had been videotaping the team from the tower, the […]
At least 30 people died and 70 were wounded in shelling on a marketplace in the Somali capital of Mogadishu Thursday, according to journalists and emergency services.
A jury will likely begin deliberations Wednesday in the trial of two people accused of attempting to extort $25 million from actor John Travolta. All closing arguments ended Tuesday at the trial in Nassau, Bahamas, and the judge is to instruct the jury Wednesday morning before it begins deliberations.
John Travolta’s lawyer testified Tuesday that the paramedic who drove Travolta’s son to a hospital the day he died later wanted money for documents the driver suggested could be detrimental to the actor. Paramedic Tarino Lightbourne and former Bahamian Sen.