Betty DeGeneres, 82, is a gay rights campaigner and the mother of the world’s most famous lesbian, not necessarily in that order. Ellen DeGeneres has a TV audience of at least 4 million viewers per episode in the US alone and is in Australia to film segments for her show.
Betty DeGeneres, 82, is a gay rights campaigner and the mother of the world’s most famous lesbian, not necessarily in that order.
Ballet dancer Pavel Dmitrichenko confessed last week to hiring the men who threw acid in the face of Bolshoi Ballet director Sergei Filin in January.
People love guys who write constitutions. Their genius is celebrated by historians, their intentions debated by judges, their names attached to poorly performing middle schools.
In his first interview with TIME, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg sat down with reporter Laura Locke to talk about Facebook’s rapid growth spurt, IPO rumors, future plans and the pressures of being a 23-year-old CEO in Silicon Valley. TIME: Facebook is undergoing a huge period of growth
This fall, young girls in China’s southern Guangdong province will be learning a new subject in school: how to avoid becoming a mistress.
Should we condemn students to mediocrity just to avoid the risk that they will fail a tougher challenge? That’s what American public schools tend to do, argues Mary Catherine Swanson
A year after the poisonings, public confidence is restoredOne year ago last week, James Burke made a decision that will probably be studied in business schools for a long time to come. Going against the advice of Government agents and some of his own colleagues, the chairman of Johnson & Johnson decided to spend whatever millions it would cost to recall 31 million bottles of Tylenol capsules from store shelves across the U.S
AT their classical best. Catholic colleges and universities are bountiful providers of sound lawyers, doctors, civil servants, teachers.
What are the sources of Protestant-Roman Catholic tension in the U.S.? Last week the Jesuit weekly America listed three areas of friction in a lead article by Editor in Chief Thurston N.