You might be less than glued to the opening minutes of The 80s as it takes the new decade’s defining moment as the victory of the American ice hockey team over the Russians in the 1980 Winter Olympics.
In what seemed at the time to be a significant scoop, the Wall Street Journal last Aug. 25 carried a story that began, “The U.S.
In the Lexicon of Clichés to describe characters accused of a despicable act, “He was once on a reality show” is the new “Neighbors say he was quiet and kept to himself.” Today the idea of a mad loner silently avoiding attention seems like a quaint throwback. In August, a VH1 dating-show contestant was charged with the murder of his ex-wife, then committed suicide
The Colorado couple accused of carrying out a bizarre hoax involving their son and a huge balloon is “not running from the law” and deserves the presumption of innocence, their attorney said Monday. “The sheriff having a press conference saying that they’re guilty does not make them so,” David Lane told CNN’s “American Morning.” Authorities say the event — in which the tearful couple claimed their 6-year-old may have been trapped in the flying-saucer-like contraption floating through the air — was staged
A Chinese ship with 146 people aboard was hijacked Monday in the Indian Ocean, the European Union Naval Force said.
A woman hospitalized after spending time in a sauna-like “sweatbox” has died, bringing the total fatalities to three, authorities said late Saturday.
Hamburgers are an American passion.
When the late Sen. Edward Kennedy was growing up, there was a family edict: Kennedy men don’t cry
Writer and producer Larry Gelbart, most known for his work on the hit television series “M*A*S*H,” died Friday morning in his Beverly Hills, California, home, his wife said. He was 81