The Force is strong with Barack Obama. The US President has bounced back from a galactic mix-up after he fused two Star Wars and Star Trek references into one at a press conference
All sports are competitive, but they are competitive in very different ways.
If any pill has been shown undeniably to work in clinical trials, it is the sugar pill, along with its close cousin, the sham treatment.
An online petition demanding a formal apology from the British government for its treatment of World War II code-breaker Alan Turing is gaining momentum. Turing was subjected to chemical castration in 1952 after being found guilty of the charge of gross indecency for having a homosexual relationship, an illegal act at the time
Katie Callaway Hall trembled for four hours when she heard Phillip Garrido was arrested.
Phillip Garrido had a story to tell — about how God helped him overcome the evil inside him.
The man accused of abducting an 11-year-old girl in 1991 apparently maintained a blog in which he claimed to control sound with his mind. The blog now has profanity-laced responses from people outraged over Phillip Garrido’s alleged actions. Police say Garrido confessed to abducting Jaycee Lee Dugard at age 11 and fathering two children with her.
Carole Grant doesn’t really trust medical doctors. She never has
Facebook, for better or worse, is like being at a big party with all your friends, family, acquaintances and co-workers.
The first time I went jogging in Tehran, I nearly hyperventilated after four blocks, despite wearing the gauziest of head scarves and a decidedly immodest Nike capris. The fabric covering my ears and neck stoked my body temperature unbearably, and the pleasurable strain of running gave way to acute discomfort