Dresses made of meat, sparkler bras and outlandish masks – Lady Gaga has sported them all. But her latest photo shoot may be the most daring yet.
My son was born nearly 10 years ago, and I remember telling him that morning that he was one lucky baby. Forget Dr.
China ranks second only to the United States in the number of billionaires, according to an annual report of the 1,000 richest people in the country. The Hurun Rich List counted 130 billionaires in China this year, up from 101 a year ago and none in 2003.
Be cautious if you plan to Bing Jessica Biel or Google Brad Pitt. A new report says you might get a virus
The killing last weekend of a Catholic priest and two seminary students in southwest Mexico marked the first time that drug cartel hit men have purposefully targeted a clergyman, said Manuel Corral, public relations secretary for Mexico’s Council of Bishops.
The e-mail came across my screen innocently enough. A former boss, Dinda, whom I hadn’t heard from in some time, was sending me pictures through some social-networking outlet called “Tagged.” Interesting. Did Dinda and I snap a photo together back in the day
White supremacists, Islamic clerics, a controversial Kansas pastor and a U.S.
Bloggers in Burma, Iran and Syria work under some of the most repressive conditions in the world, facing tactics such as regulation, intimidation and even imprisonment, according to a report from the Committee to Protect Journalists. The organization released a list of the “10 worst countries to be a blogger” to call attention to online oppression in connection with World Press Freedom Day, which was observed Sunday. “Bloggers are at the vanguard of the information revolution, and their numbers are expanding rapidly,” the group’s executive director, Joel Simon, said in a report posted on the organization’s Web site.
Lakshmi Mittal lost about $25 billion in the past year. But don’t feel too bad for the steel magnate. Mittal remains Britain’s richest man, worth an estimated $15.9 billion, according to the Sunday Times’ annual Rich List.
Listen closely and you’ll hear squeals of disgust from a watchdog group tracking congressional pork in the nation’s capital. Citizens Against Government Waste is out with its annual “Pig Book” — a list of lawmakers whom the group considers the most egregious porkers, members of the House and Senate who use the earmarking process to funnel money to projects on their home turf. Fittingly perhaps, the list includes nearly $1.8 million for swine odor and manure management research in Iowa.