On Sunday night X Factor host Dominic Bowden said: “Something is sure; Somebody is going home right at 8 o’clock tomorrow.” That was obviously a promise only waiting to be crushed to pieces.
The journey to fame begins at the base of Auckland’s Sky Tower, where some of the 300 hopefuls who passed the initial selection process have gathered for live auditions for The X Factor NZ. Wannabe rappers in basketball jerseys mingle with women in expensively daring dresses as they wait in line for their shot at fame
If the past few days are any indication of things to come, Peru’s President-elect Ollanta Humala is in for a rough ride when he takes office on July 28. On Saturday, indigenous protesters in the country’s southeast radically upped the stakes in their nearly seven-week campaign against the government’s mining and oil/gas policies by taking over an airport in Juliaca, the business hub of the Puno department
Cases before the House ethics committee are stacking up like planes at Washington’s National Airport, and so are the embarrassments for Congress.
After a 15-year economic eclipse, a stream of good news is finally brightening the outlook for Japan. Banks have started to lend again, companies to hire and invest, and consumers to spend.
It’s 4 a.m., and you’re wide awake–palms sweaty, heart racing. You’re worried about your kids.
When Allied troops stormed the Normandy beaches in 1944, American correspondents and photographers were on hand to tell the story. But two weeks ago, when U.S.
Does Barack Obama know what he’s doing? The question isn’t purely rhetorical because Obama’s response to the cascade of global crises over the past several weeks has often seemed mystifying
The main challenger to Afghan President Hamid Karzai wants the removal of the country’s election chief and 200 other staffers of the election commission to ensure a fair runoff election. “My trust in becoming a candidate was not to be part of the same government, part of the same deteriorating situation,” Abdullah told CNN’s John King in an interview broadcast on Sunday’s “State of the Union.” “Mine was for a change in this country
The candidate who will face Afghan President Hamid Karzai in a runoff election next month said Friday that he won’t join Karzai’s government if the incumbent wins another term, but instead will remain in opposition.