Muammar Gaddafi’s options for a peaceful exit may have finally run out. For the second time in seven weeks, South African President Jacob Zuma on Monday failed to persuade the Libyan leader to abandon his 42-year rule
Down Mobile way, darkies croon to the night on soft spring evenings, grin, tip hats, as they shuffle past white “gemmen,” still their noble lords if not their masters.
The “E.M.B.A.” program that kicks off on a Sunday morning in the heart of Shanghai’s financial district is much like any other curriculum designed to train the future business leaders of China.
This is the summer of Auto-Tune. No matter how hard some people — notably Jay-Z –have tried to kill the trend of musicians using computers to make their voices sound like whiny robots, Auto-Tune technology continues to ride a cultural high
Conventions are relics. They don’t decide the nominees anymore — that’s been turned over to primary voters.
The Lockerbie bomber made a brief public appearance at a hospital in Libya Wednesday, looking weak and unable to engage in what was going on around him.
The president is making a major address to the Congress and the country Wednesday night.
After months of criticism that he has failed to outline a specific health care reform plan, President Obama will address a joint session of Congress on Wednesday night in a speech aides say will be to the point.