Darby Stanchfield describes working on Scandal as ”one of those life-changing experiences”. Chatting at a recent cocktail party at the Television Critics Association Conference in Pasadena, the 42-year-old Alaskan-born actress says she is loving playing crisis management investigator Abby Whelan on the hit US political drama
Eva Longoria has been honoured for her role as a women’s rights activist. The actress was a guest of honour at the Women of Distinction Awards Gala organised by the Young Women’s Christian Association in Washington, DC, UK newspaper The Mirror reports.
What a juxtaposition on Easter Monday: The programme widely derided as the end of public service broadcasting as we know it stages a sentimental farewell to an emblem of the golden age of old-fashioned quality television.
Will Ferrel campaigns for Barack Obama in new ad “I will do anything to get your vote” The election day is getting closer and both candidates do everything in their power to get as many as votes they can but it is Barack Obama who gets the help of celebrities which is important especially for the […]
Moon, who led the Unification Church, which gained fame with mass weddings decades ago, has passed away. A church website says Moon “passed into the spiritual world” early Monday in South Korea, his death was also reported by the The Washington Times, which Moon himself founded. Moon was also known for his staunch anti-Communist stance and supporter of […]
Ri Yong Ho held several other posts in the government and was considered a close aide to Kim Jong Un, the young North Korean leader. This move, to relieve Ri Yong Ho may signify a power struggle within the regime, an analyst says. The military official, Ri Yong Ho, was believed to be one of […]
After Thursday’s supreme court ruling, stating that President Obama’s healthcare law did not, in-fact violate the Constitution, Mitt Romney’s campaign receives a flood of donations. However, both presidential campaigns are citing fund-raising spikes following the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President Barack Obama’s health care reform laws. Obama’s campaign called the other side’s […]
It’s starting to look like this mission is too tough for anyone.
Can Dominique Strauss-Kahn salvage a future in French politics? Despite his legal problems in the U.S., observers say his most optimistic backers are keeping alive scenarios of their champion somehow extricating himself from the catastrophic turn in his once-brilliant career.
It may have been the politician’s practiced habit of emotional concealment, but in his concession speech last night, the smiling outgoing Portuguese Prime Minister Jos Socrates hardly looked like a man distraught with defeat. Nor, for that matter, did his opponent, Paulo Passos Coelho, seem gleeful with triumph