Spend a few hours with Hollywood producer Jennifer Klein, and you might want to pop a Valium.
When it comes to making important changes in interest rates, the big-time bankers of New York, Chicago and San Francisco have recently taken a back seat to Philadelphia's John R. Bunting, the controversial chief of the First Pennsylvania Banking & Trust Co.
As an army psychiatrist treating soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan, Major Nidal Malik Hasan had a front row seat on the brutal toll of war. It is too early to know exactly what may have triggered his murderous shooting rampage Thursday at Fort Hood Hasan is accused of killing 12 people and wounding 32 others before he was wounded by a police officer but it is not uncommon for therapists treating soldiers with Post Trumatic Stress Disorder to be swept up in a patient’s displays of war-related paranoia, helplessness and fury.
It’s the end of an era. Gamal Helal, the longtime Arabic translator to four presidents and six secretaries of state, wrapped up his last day at the State Department on Thursday.
Edward M. Kennedy’s death was one of those rare events that can pause politics but nothing can stop politics.
David Beckham has been involved in an ugly confrontation with supporters at his first home match for the Los Angeles Galaxy since returning from his loan spell with AC Milan in Italy. The former England captain attempted to jump over a barrier as he left the field at half-time into a section of the crowd that had been jeering him. Beckham was held back by security staff, members of whom were also needed to restrain an angry fan who left his seat and rushed towards the midfielder.
Imagine the Batmobile busting bad guys in Bismarck or "Knight Rider’s" KITT corralling criminals on the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Carbon Motors Corp.’s new high-tech cop car prototype might not be quite up to superhero specs, but some police say it could be a welcome addition to their arsenal
Sri Lankan cricketers have described for the first time how they feared some of their teammates had been killed during a deadly attack on the team bus by gunmen in Pakistan — and paid tribute to the driver of the bus for saving their lives.
Democratic former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich’s brother asked Roland Burris to contribute or help raise up to $10,000 in campaign cash before Burris was named a U.S. senator on December 30, according to a Burris spokesman