Director Adam Shankman claims his two good friends Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise are “incredibly happy” post-divorce. The Rock of Ages helmer is impressed by how well Holmes and Cruise are getting along following the failure of their union
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Essay: What (If Anything) to Expect from Today’s Philosophers
U.N. agency to investigate Indian massacre in Colombia
A United Nations human rights agency has agreed to help Colombia investigate the massacre of 12 Indians in the southwestern part of the country. UEFA disciplinary officials are reviewing the incident when the Croatia striker won a penalty against Celtic on Wednesday before deciding whether he will be charged.
UEFA to investigate Eduardo diving incident
Arsenal striker Eduardo could face a two-match Champions League ban if European football’s governing body UEFA decide to charge him with diving. UEFA disciplinary officials are reviewing the incident when the Croatia striker won a penalty against Celtic on Wednesday before deciding whether he will be charged. A UEFA spokesman told Press Association Sport: “We are reviewing the match to see whether a disciplinary investigation should be launched.” Under UEFA rules, if charged and found guilty Eduardo could face sanctions up to a two-match ban in European competition.
Trying to Keep Cell Phones Out of Prison
Prison authorities used to have almost complete control over an inmate’s ability to communicate with the outside world. By checking their mail and parceling out telephone access at scheduled times on easily and legally tapped landlines communication for inmates was difficult and often expensive .
Britain’s Jewish-School Ruling: Who Decides Who Is a Jew?
Zakaria: Clinton says husband’s trip has precedents
Travel leaders, lawmakers rally behind ‘blacklisted’ cities
Business isn’t the first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Las Vegas, Nevada, or Orlando, Florida, but these two entertainment capitals are also the top business meeting and convention destinations in the United States. One of the nation’s largest employers has discouraged its employees from booking meetings and conventions in the cities where Mickey Mouse lives and Wayne Newton sings. In an e-mail between a Federal Bureau of Investigation employee and a Las Vegas hotel, the FBI employee explained why the agency would not hold an upcoming business meeting in the city
Phelps beaten as swimsuit dispute rumbles on
Multiple Olympic champion Michael Phelps suffered his first defeat in international competition for four years when Paul Biedermann convincingly beat him in the 200 meters freestyle final at the world swimming championships in Rome. Phelps, who has won 14 Olympic gold medals in his glittering career, last failed to get gold when he was edged out by fellow-American Ian Crocker in the 100m butterfly at the worlds in Montreal