Celebrity chef Paula Deen, who lost book deals, contracts and her television cooking show on The Food Network after she admitted using a racial slur, is set to be a comic book star of female empowerment, a publisher said. Bluewater Productions, which publishes a series of female celebrity-driven comic books, said the biography comic book called Female Force: Paula Deen will be released in October and include Deen’s fall from grace.
Two movie-inspired musicals are vying for your entertainment dollar in Melbourne this winter. James Croot compares the beauty with the beast.
Add the nation’s largest accounting firms to the list of watchdogs and regulators that didn’t catch the multibillion-dollar Madoff investment scam.
High above the clouds, at 35,000 ft., Adnan Khashoggi’s DC-8 is cruising noiselessly toward his estate in Marbella, Spain.
It is dinnertime at a candlelit Mediterranean eatery, and Gregg Rapp is busily devouring … the menu
Afghanistan has been something of a forgotten war in recent months because of the world’s preoccupation with Libya and Egypt and the wave of antigovernment protests spreading throughout the Middle East. That will soon change, now that the Obama Administration is stepping up talks with the Taliban in an effort to come up with some peaceable endgame to the half-trillion-dollar war
The warning couldn’t have been clearer. Libya’s water supply network, a multi-billion dollar project that pipes clean water from underground reserves in the south to some 4.5 million residents along the coast, is at risk
In January, The Bank of China quietly announced a startling new bank account available to U.S.
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Authorities on Sunday released the name of a woman who turned up in New York this month saying she had no memory of her name or family.