What used to be confined to the bedroom, now thanks to the internet, can be broadcast all over the world. And while some have found on-screen success with their..
For Muslims immigrants in America, the days following 9/11 were a harrowing encounter with fear-fueled American hate. IPod bearing, second-generation techies faced insults in Silicon Valley parking lots; schoolgirls wearing head scarves were attacked; and mosques across the country were vandalized or set ablaze.
On the moon-like surface of the muddy crust that now covers a dozen Indonesian villages, any sign of life is welcome.
When Iceland installed Johanna Sigurdardottir as Prime Minister last February, newspapers around the globe printed variations of the same headline: ICELAND APPOINTS WORLD’S FIRST GAY LEADER. Everywhere, that is, except Iceland.
Griffin O’Neal, the son of Ryan O’Neal, paints a vivid picture of violence, drugs and sexual infidelity surrounding the actor. In an emotionally explosive interview with CNN’s Larry King that aired Monday night, Griffin O’Neal claimed that: • His father attempted to shoot him and injured Griffin’s wife and him with a fireplace poker. • Ryan was habitually unfaithful to his partner Farrah Fawcett, who died of cancer June 25
Abayte Ahmed and her husband learned of their son’s death in the most heinous fashion. A family acquaintance called and told them to click on an Internet site. There on the screen were photographs of their 20-year-old son — the boy with the movie-star looks — shot through the head thousands of miles away in Somalia.
Moby describes himself as "a 43-year-old bald guy who likes to make music in his bedroom." If people like the music, that’s OK, he says. And if not, that’s OK, too. “I’m at my happiest when I’m working on music for myself,” he says.
Personal details and photographs of the incoming head of Britain’s international spy agency have been posted on Facebook, British Foreign Secretary David Miliband acknowledged Sunday. But he insisted that no compromising information had been revealed
An Alabama man who went on a shooting rampage in March, killing 10 people and himself, left a note saying he put his mother "out of her misery" and that "some of the people who made us suffer will pay," according to newly released police records. “Moma was very sick
A man who landed a plane with the assistance of air traffic controllers after the pilot fell unconscious and died said Monday he was "still in a daze of adrenaline." “I’m grateful, thankful to be alive,” Doug White of Archibald, Louisiana, told CNN affiliate WINK. “I’m glad my family is safe, but let’s don’t lose sight of the fact that a man died, and I don’t want people to forget that.” White, his wife and two daughters were flying from Marco Island, Florida, to Jackson, Mississippi, on Sunday after attending a funeral for White’s brother