Martin Clunes is supremely confident about the outcome of his mystery drama The Town.
One of the Australian “royal prank” DJs is suing her radio station for failing to provide a safe workplace over the hoax last year that lead to a woman’s death. Mel Greig – who has been off the air since British nurse Jacintha Saldanha killed herself in December – has filed a claim against 2Day FM.
Chris Martin had an emotional meeting with a music fan last week. The Coldplay frontman met 21-year-old Edward Buckley at the Nordoff-Robbins Silver Clef Awards, UK newspaper The Mirror reports.
Just one day after linebacker Jovan Belcher killed his girlfriend and then himself, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Carolina Panthers, 27-21. Brady Quinn threw for 201 yards and two touchdowns and Jamaal Charles added 127 yards on the ground in the victory … which is just the second of the season for the Chiefs. Early Saturday morning, Belcher shot […]
There are two classes of people in the world, observed Robert Benchley, “those who constantly divide the people of the world into two classes, and those who do not.” Half of those who divide quote Benchley and his fellow aphorists. The other half prefer proverbs.
“Conservatism is true.” That’s what George Will told me when I interviewed him as an eager student many years ago. His formulation might have been a touch arrogant, but Will’s basic point was intelligent
Adolescence, that swampy zone between safety and power, is best patrolled by adults armed with sense and mercy, not guns and a badge. That’s one of many reasons the awful story of Phoebe Prince leaves me so uneasy.
The Conclusions On Nov. 29, 1963, just seven days after he became President of the U.S.
Of the more than 200 people who packed themselves onto a 40-foot boat for a dangerous journey out of Libya and across the Mediterranean earlier this week, only 51 are alive today. The rest are gone, swept into icy waters after their boat capsized during a rescue operation early Wednesday morning.
When an earthquake-triggered tsunami cascaded into this tiny island in late September, the result was 34 lives lost and untold millions in property damage.