Joan Rivers is experiencing a backlash from the writers of Fashion Police. The E! network show’s writers are on strike for unpaid wages that amount to around US$15 million collectively.
When Susan Wood left television in 2006 she was not in a good place. She had just hada large part of her thyroid removed, she’d had a very public, bitter dispute with Television New Zealand executives about her salary as host of Close Up, and she wasn’t sure she could handle the chaotic life of a newsroom much longer.
Every morning at 8, Maulawi Zahir heads into Waygal district center, a remote mountain village of stone houses stacked almost vertically up granite slopes.
Back in Christianity’s early days, petty semantics could cause powerful schisms. A big reason the western and eastern churches split was a bitter dispute over the addition of three words, “and the Son” to the 4th-century statement of Christian belief, the Nicene Creed
Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki heads to the White House on Tuesday to meet President Barack Obama with the need for a timely election in Iraq dogging him. Waves of destabilizing violence across the country are feared if the January 16 parliamentary election is delayed.
An American father jailed in Tokyo has been harshly treated in the Japanese prison system, his attorney said Monday.
Hundreds of federal police officers seized control of a company that supplies power to four central states and the capital, Mexican state media reported Sunday.
Wearing a Nashville School of Law T-shirt, Christopher Savoie walked into a second-floor police interrogation room.
Conservative candidate Gjorge Ivanov leads his rivals after Sunday’s presidential election in Macedonia, the State Election Commission said Monday. But the vote appeared to be heading for a runoff on April 5 with no candidate on course to secure an overall majority. The election is seen as crucial to the former Yugoslav republic’s prospects of joining NATO and the European Union after parliamentary elections last June were marred by violent clashes, prompting criticism from election observers.
The long-running Carlos Tevez affair was finally brought to a close on Monday as West Ham and Sheffield United reached an out-of-court settlement. West Ham will be paying second-flight United an undisclosed compensation fee to settle the dispute.