J.K. Rowling says her crime-writing alter ego Robert Galbraith had respectable sales and two TV adaptation offers before he was exposed as a pseudonym for the Harry Potter novelist, and she wishes she could have kept her identity secret a little longer.
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When hundreds of thousands of Catholics gather in Rome Sunday for the beatification of Pope John Paul II, not everyone will be celebrating.
Apart from some miracle rescues, Japan has seen little good news in the month since catastrophe struck.
Dr. Vincent Felitti, founder of Kaiser Permanente’s Department of Preventive Medicine and director of its obesity-treatment program, was seeing some good results
It was a lengthy, set-back laden struggle watched by a city of increasingly curious people.
Actress Elizabeth Hurley had one. So did supermodel Claudia Schiffer
Diva Beyonce Knowles strutting her stuff in the conservative Middle East? Al Arabiya reported that organizers, seeking to avoid a similar fate for Beyonce, decided to hold her concert hundreds of miles away from Cairo at a thinly populated Red Sea resort
Over the last two decades humanitarian organization International Medical Corps has cared for hundreds of thousands of victims of wars and natural disasters in more than 25 countries.
Throughout his life, Ronn Wade has been surrounded by death. And in most cases, it hasn’t seemed to bother him.