Malawi has issued a scathing critique of pop diva Madonna, accusing her of exaggerating her contributions to the southern African country and demanding special treatment during her tour there last week. A spokesman for the pop star denied the accusations and suggested they were prompted by the recent removal of the president’s sister as head of Madonna’s humanitarian organization there
The Malawi government has issued an angry attack on the pop diva Madonna, alleging she expected to be granted VIP treatment during her controversial tour to this southern African country last week.
The way the pro-Palestinian activists on the Freedom Flotilla II see it, Israel has managed to extend the sea blockade of Gaza to Greece. First, there was the anonymous safety complaint that docked the U.S
It’s possible that the Navy Seal team that killed Osama bin Laden on May 1 carried communication equipment made by L-3 Communications. It’s also possible that if you were a U.S
Chung Mong Koo, Chairman of South Korea’s Hyundai Motor, carefully scrutinizes a newly designed gearshift lever for the automaker’s Sonata sedan while his entire senior-management team hovers around, anxiously awaiting his approval. The execs are justifiably edgy
A memorial cruise is scheduled to set sail 100 years after the sinking of the Titantic, following the same trans-Atlantic route as the ill-fated ship, according to organizers. The Titanic Memorial Cruise is to set sail in April 2012, departing from Southampton, England, on April 8, just as the Titanic did
US Airways Capt. Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger and First Officer Jeffrey Skiles were reunited in the cockpit Thursday for the first time since Sullenberger safely landed a disabled passenger plane in the Hudson River in January.
President Obama will place tariffs on imports of some Chinese tires for three years in an effort to curb a surge in exports that has rocked the U.S.
Spanish energy company Repsol announced Friday a large natural gas find off the coast of Venezuela and visiting Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez was immediately informed, a Repsol spokesman told CNN.
Why waste your time futilely shaking your fist at the driver who cut you off on the country road when you can take him to task on the information superhighway? AKBadDrivers is a month-old Twitter feed that takes road rage into the information age