Teenage pop star Justin Bieber appears to have given up on his pet monkey which was seized by German customs officials in March, according to the shelter looking after “Mally”.
The list of troubles linked to Justin Bieber’s tour of Europe grew again after Swedish police said they had found drugs and a stun gun on the pop singer’s bus. No arrests were made since the bus was empty at the time, Stockholm police spokesman Lars Bystrom said.
Justin Bieber had to leave his monkey in quarantine after landing in Germany last week without the necessary papers for the animal, a German customs official has said.
To hear federal officials tell it, one of the best solutions to America’s foster-care crisis often boils down to one word: adoption. New figures released by the Department of Health and Human Services show that 46,000 foster-care children were legally adopted in 1999, a 28% increase from the previous year’s total
“Lights All Askew in the Heavens,” proclaimed a headline in the New York Times on November 10, 1919. The reason: results had just come in from the very first test of Albert Einstein’s new general theory of relativity
Scheduled nap times may help eliminate the problem of air-traffic controllers who fall asleep on the job.
When considering the mess that the U.S. and its NATO allies have got themselves into in Libya, it’s helpful to remember the old story of the Irish traveller who asked a farmer for the quickest way to Dublin
A few weeks ago, the American College of Emergency Physicians launched a campaign to derail proposed policies to reduce the use of emergency departments .
The cute little couple looked as if they should be sauntering through Great Adventure or waiting in line for tokens at the local arcade. Instead, the 14-year-olds walked purposefully into the Teen Center in suburban Salt Lake City, Utah
The U.N. human rights special investigator for North Korea on Thursday urged the U.N