It’s got plenty of competition but this may just be the single most cringe-worthy, embarrassing interview broadcast on Fox News. At least in recent memory
The future of tap dancing in America may rest on the small shoulders of a four-foot-tall, 52-pound, 10-year-old boy from Ashburn, Virginia. Luke Spring is a YouTube darling who is even more astonishing in person
A Cirque Du Soleil acrobat has died after plunging 15 metres from a safety wire in front of a packed audience at the MGM Grand casino in Las Vegas.
Steve Logan is very excited.
The new Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy at the University of Southern California will offer a curriculum aimed to help young innovators create the next iPod or Facebook. Young – hip-hop mogul best known as Dr Dre and the co-founder of Interscope Records – appeared at a news conference
Girls Gone Wild founder Joe Francis has been found guilty of misdemeanor counts of assault and false imprisonment stemming from a dispute with three women after a night out at a Hollywood club in 2011. Los Angeles City Attorney Carmen Trutanich said in a statement that after a two-week trial, a jury convicted the 40-year-old Francis of three counts of false imprisonment, one count of assault causing great bodily injury and one count of dissuading a witness.
For Net-a-Porter, a London-based e-tailer of luxury-brand women’s wear, the Great Recession wasn’t even a speed bump. “We actually outperformed our own business plan
To listen to Kamal Habib extol the democratic ideal is to slip into a parallel universe where down is up and black is white. This is, after all, the co-founder of the Egyptian Islamic Jihad, who was jailed for years some of them alongside his classmate from university Ayman al-Zawahiri, now al-Qaeda’s No
John Boehner, who often meets the press flanked by a team of deputies, took the podium alone on Thursday. With a week left before the government shuts down April 8, the House Speaker took pains to dispel rumors of a deal.
Technologies that let employees work remotely have given rise to a growing phenomenon — virtual internships. Businesses are realizing that commonplace Internet technologies like email, instant messaging — which can also enable video chats — and social media can be used to free interns from the confines of the office.