Could Sir Edmund Hillary be due some Oscar love A movie that recreates his ascent of Everest with Tenzing Norgay will premiere at the prestigious Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). New Zealand-based writer and director Leanne Pooley’s
Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth are apparently “done”. Rumours have been rife that the young couple’s engagement is on the rocks and it’s even been claimed Liam cheated on his fianc
Dance guru Cris Judd will be juggling fatherhood commitments as well as critiquing Kiwi talent when he heads to Aotearoa as part of the New Zealand’s Got Talent judging panel.
Michael Jackson’s personal doctor was in financial and legal troubles at the time of the singer’s death, a Los Angeles detective has testified in the wrongful death lawsuit brought by Jackson’s family against concert promoters AEG Live.
Will nanomachines one day be launched into our bloodstreams to monitor health and combat disease? Or will “self-replicating nanobots” proliferate out of control until they completely overrun the planet?
TITLE: A MURDER IN WARTIME AUTHOR: JEFF STEIN PUBLISHER: ST. MARTIN’S PRESS; 414 PAGES; $22.95 THE BOTTOM LINE: This is the best military morality tale since The Caine Mutiny
Correction Appended: Feb. 8, 2010 The Jerusalem syndrome is a psychological disorder in which a visit to the holy city triggers delusional and obsessive religious fantasies
Facing reductions in state funding, public universities from Michigan to Arizona to North Carolina have slashed budgets and hiked tuition. The most extreme case is California where University of California regents voted this week to increase tuition a whopping 32% to more than $10,000 annually a three-fold increase in a decade.
Six-year-old Falcon Heene was cowering inside the attic above his family’s garage. He had gotten in trouble several hours earlier for playing inside the family’s homemade helium balloon and told his 10-year-old brother Bradford that he planned to sneak inside.
The space shuttle Discovery was waved off from its first chance to land Friday afternoon because of unstable weather near Kennedy Space Center in Florida, NASA said. The shuttle will make another orbit of Earth, while NASA mission managers watch to see if extreme moisture and lightning threaten a safe landing