Singer Miguel’s stage dive at this year’s Billboard Music Awards could become the subject of legal action over claims of possible brain damage to a female fan.
My wife and I haven’t had many fights about child-rearing yet. This is mostly because all our son does so far is sleep, eat and poop at the precise moment I hand him over to Cassandra.
A military-grade laser that blinds temporarily is the latest security technology available to wealthy superyacht owners afraid of pirate attacks. The “SeaLase” laser, similar to weapons used for crowd control in Iraq and Afghanistan by the U.S
ACORN filed suit Wednesday in Baltimore, Maryland, against two filmmakers who secretly recorded videos embarrassing to the agency, claiming the pair violated state law by recording their conversations without permission of the employees involved.
“This election,” Bill Clinton said in the hours before the Pennsylvania primary, “is too big to be small.” It was a noble sentiment, succinctly stated, and the core of what Democrats believe that George W. Bush has been a historic screwup as President, that there are huge issues to be confronted this year. But it was laughable as well