Rape has turned into a weapon of war in the Democratic Republic of Congo, with the number of attacks on women having grown threefold over the past few years, human rights activists said Friday.
A Cuban blogger who has criticized her government has been denied permission to travel to New York to pick up a prestigious journalism award Wednesday. Yoani Sanchez writes a blog that gets more than 1 million hits from around the globe every month, and Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world last year
Last spring, Manon Slome was walking down a street in New York City when she noticed something odd: “Store after store was closed. When stores are empty it’s like, ‘What’s going on?’ It was a feeling of siege.” Plenty of people in America could make the same observation
Everybody has Apple envy even Larry Ellison. The dashing playboy founded Oracle Corp., whose relational database software makes it the 137th largest company in the world. Ellison, who likes to pilot old fighter jets and lives in a faux Japanese-style mansion, is one of the richest men in the world and another of the great, big personalities of Silicon Valley
By now you know the problems with President Obama’s media strategy. He’s too somber