Last time the adorable Jennifer Lawrence had a public encounter with an older man things got a bit creepy.
Jon Bridges has well and truly learnt his lesson about being prepared in broadcasting. “We were pretty slack,” he says about his early days at the now-defunct Channel Z radio show and the DJing role he shared with his Ice TV partner Nathan Rarere
Pennsylvanians had been clamoring for a new road between Philadelphia and Lancaster for years, but the government just couldn’t afford it. So in 1792 the state chartered a company that would build the nation’s first private turnpike–62 miles of stone and gravel–in exchange for the right to collect tolls
Indian farmers had been praying for rain after the weakest monsoon season in 40 years had left their crops stricken by drought. But when the rains finally came, forceful and incessant at six times their normal levels, they left behind the worst floods southern India had seen in more than a century
Pittsburgh conjures up visions of steel mills and gritty sports teams for many. The host city of this week’s Group of 20 summit hopes to update that image.
The founder of an Islamic television station in upstate New York aimed at countering Muslim stereotypes has confessed to beheading his wife, authorities said. Muzzammil Hassan was charged with second-degree murder after police found the decapitated body of his wife, Aasiya Hassan, at the Bridges TV station in the Buffalo suburb of Orchard Park, said Andrew Benz, Orchard Park’s police chief