A prominent TV editor in Fiji has been forced to quit after he complained on air that the daughter of the country’s dictator was playing music too loud. Fiji TV said today sports editor Satish Narayan has resigned after an incident this year when he was reporting on high school athletics in Suva.
Kanye West has denied cheating on Kim Kardashian. The musician was hit by claims he slept with a Canadian model and bartender
Technically, it was an act of treason. Britain’s Treason Felony Act of 1848 forbids subjects of the queen from calling for the abolition of the monarchy.
If you think subprime lenders are the loan sharks of real estate, then loan servicers–the outfits that collect mortgage money and run the books–are the enforcers. Their job is to keep the dough coming, no matter what.
Like cool girls in a middle-school popularity contest, the hippest dolls in the toy store are bickering over clothes, makeup and market share. MGA Entertainment, maker of the trendy Bratz dolls, says its product ideas have been borrowed by its archrival, Mattel, for My Scene Barbies.
Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej, the world’s longest-reigning monarch, emerged from a hospital for the first time Friday since seeking medical attention more than a month ago.
Britain’s gross domestic product suffered another decline in the third quarter of 2009, figures showed Friday, meaning the country remains mired in recession. The 81-year-old appeared outside the Bangkok hospital as onlookers shouted, “God bless the King.” He was wheeled to an outdoor area of the hospital, where he paid respects to a statue of King Rama V.
As President Obama navigates his way through a series of issues as controversial as they are vital, he’s getting a yellow flag from the American people.
Fights over the economy and health care may be dominating the headlines at home, but President Obama is turning his sights abroad this week.
Iranian protesters have found a new outlet to mobilize and take action. The presidential election has proved how much opposition supporters can demand change without necessarily taking to the streets. Just give them a computer and an Internet connection and watch what they can do.