A little more than a decade ago, Guy Pearce had broken through in Hollywood but was struggling to deal with a relentless workload and his new celebrity. He was known around the world for The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, L.A.
Mehdi Ouazzani isn’t the devil, but he has played one on TV – only he didn’t realise that some thought he looked like President Barack Obama while he was at it.
Too weak to stand or walk, William M. LaFever sat in a shallow river bed in the south Utah desert, awaiting rescue that came more than a month after his family last heard from him. Thursday afternoon, a helicopter flying in the Escalante River gorge spied the bearded LaFever, 28, who had lost 50 […]
Mexican soldiers found a seventh mass grave in Durango, Mexico, this week, and its location was as unexpected as the six before it. TIME was one of the first media at the scene on Thursday, May 19, as forensic officials descended on a white stucco house in the upscale Jardines de Durango neighborhood to unearth presumed drug-cartel victims buried in the garden
The last time a Libyan leader traveled to the U.S. and Europe to talk to his international counterparts, he wore desert robes, slept in a Bedouin tent, and vilified the West in incomprehensible diatribes
On a normal day, residents of Bin Jawad say, there is nothing remarkable about their sunny seaside town.
Mark Kristoff has rare-earth minerals in his blood. His father was an executive with Molycorp, which owned and operated the biggest American rare-earth mine, near the Mojave Desert town of Mountain Pass, Calif
The Los Angeles Times’ headquarters aptly sits where the U.S.
The person who leaked British lawmakers’ controversial expense claims earlier this year, triggering a national scandal, was motivated by outrage at apparent equipment shortages for British troops, a newspaper said Friday.