Soon after buying Brooks Brothers in late 2001, Claudio Del Vecchio took a trip to the warehouse that keeps the company’s archives. When a business has been around since 1818, you wind up with a lot of history—especially when you’re talking about the retailer that sold Abraham Lincoln the overcoat he wore to Ford’s Theatre, F.D.R.
On writing the book I’ve always been given to remembrance and remembering–more when I was younger even than when I was President. When I was a young man, I thought about my childhood all the time.
Shocked but not surprised.
A 3-ft.-high tablet romantically dubbed “Gabriel’s Revelation” could challenge the uniqueness of the idea of the Christian Resurrection. The tablet appears to date authentically to the years just before the birth of Jesus and yet at least according to one Israeli scholar it announces the raising of a messiah after three days in the grave.
A difference between an addict and a recovering addict is that one hides his behavior, while the other can’t stop talking about it. Self-revelation is an important part of recovery, but it can lead to awkward moments when you meet a person who identifies as a sex addict
The uproar in the medical community was immediate. In a reversal of standard practice that bewildered physicians and patients around the nation, an independent government panel this week abandoned its long-standing recommendation that healthy women over age 40 get a breast-cancer screen once every year or two years.
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"American Idol" runner-up Adam Lambert confirmed publicly what he assumed everyone already knew: He is gay. “I don’t think it should be a surprise for anyone to hear that I am gay,” Lambert told Rolling Stone magazine
In the final years of his second term, it was not unusual to find George W. Bush’s motorcade routes lined with protesters chanting their objections or spelling them out on handmade signs. On Monday, President Barack Obama traveled to one of the most economically imperiled parts of the country Elkhart, Ind