Brad Pitt spent his seven year marriage to Jennifer Aniston feeling lost in a drug haze, a new article in Esquire Magazine reveals. “For a long time I thought I did too much damage – drug damage,” the 49-year-old star says in the profile which hits new stands at the end of the month
Imagine what it must be like to stroll down a street and then suddenly lurch like a drunkard. To see double images of a coffee cup, a friend’s face, a newspaper.
As your report “What Makes Teens Tick” aptly illustrated [May 10], science is catching up to what parents and teachers already know: teenagers’ brains are different from adults’. The ability to make adult judgments comes later, as different parts of the brain develop.
Men who cheat on their spouses have always enjoyed an expedient explanation: Evolution made me do it.
Damning new allegations about former Sen. John Edwards’ extramarital affair are coming out — this time, the claims could spell the end of Edwards’ political career.
Switzerland’s top private bankers are convinced they can avoid a damaging witch-hunt over their activities by U.S. authorities, in the wake of UBS’s tax row. In interviews with the Financial Times, senior executives of Credit Suisse and Julius Baer, the country’s number two and number three private bank businesses after UBS, both said they were sanguine
Israel on Sunday withheld the press credentials of a Swedish newspaper in retaliation for a controversial piece that suggested the Israeli army kidnapped and killed young Palestinians to harvest their organs. The journalists need the credentials to report from Gaza
It’s a sign of how delicate feelings are between Asia’s two rising powers that an obscure blog post can cause an international incident. Just recently, Indian newspapers circulated the incendiary comments of an essay published on a nationalist Chinese website
A Vietnam veteran and Bronze Star recipient who volunteered to return to the Army and serve in Afghanistan became the oldest U.S. service member to die in combat there, the U.S. military announced Friday.
Israeli troops are accused in a newspaper article of harvesting organs from dead Palestinians, and Israel wants Sweden’s government to condemn the Swedish paper that published it. Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman compared the Swedish Foreign Ministry’s hands-off position to the country’s neutrality during World War II. “It’s a shame that the Swedish Foreign Ministry fails to intervene in a case of blood libels against Jews,” Lieberman told Sweden’s ambassador to Israel on Thursday evening