News anchor Siobhan Riley was innocently drawing on a map to illustrate the traffic situation in a live newscast.
Really, one would have thought that Justin Timberlake had set the bar for ‘terrible things a human can do’ fairly low with this heinous yet hilarious
Amanda Bynes was reportedly asked to leave a gymnastics class after acting “strangely”. The troubled actress’ mental health has been questioned in recent months, after she landed herself in legal trouble and posted a series of bizarre messages on Twitter.
Calligraphy may be the cure for sloppy handwriting Now that calligraphy, the art of formal handwriting, has become a popular hobby, enthusiasts are sharpening their pens to improve the atrocious scrawling of the rest of us.
No one likes to walk into work after just a few fitful hours of sleep. But now there’s evidence that not getting enough sleep may have more serious consequences than dark circles under your eyes the next morning
The arc of my upward mobility has come with a Faustian downside.
When the news broke that Dominique Strauss-Kahn, 62, the managing director of the International Monetary Fund , had been arrested for sexual assault and attempted rape in New York City, his wife Anne Sinclair wasted no time in declaring her unquestioned belief in his innocence. The heiress to an art-gallery fortune, Sinclair, also 62, is a celebrity in her own right, having been an award-winning radio-and-television journalist in France.
Charlie Lamb was barely 2 years old when he was diagnosed with autism.
The Committee that awards the Nobel Peace Prize likes springing surprises. When Kenyan environmentalist Wangari Maathai won in 2004, the Committee explicitly linked peace with concerns about the state of our planet’s ecology, a concept that was familiar in environmental circles but which was rarely discussed elsewhere.