The wonderful (“wonderful”) thing about television is that just as soon as you think it has finally reached its nadir – Celebrity Big Brother, Duck Dynasty, Outrageous Celebrity Lookalike Behaviour Caught On Tape 2 – it somehow manages to plumb even further depths.
Israel’s national broadcast authority has banned the country’s contestant in the upcoming Eurovision song contest from wearing a dress made by John Galliano, citing an anti-Semitic rant by the celebrity designer two years ago.
Denmark is not exactly a global power center, but the former leader of the small, tidy nation is about to become a major player on the world’s diplomatic stage.
When Sony Ericsson needed new workers after it relocated its U.S. headquarters to Atlanta last year, its recruiters told one particular group of applicants not to bother.
On the evening of Oct. 13, 2010, members of the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity at Yale University marched across campus chanting, “No means yes! Yes means anal! No means yes! Yes means anal!” A video of the chanting men was posted online and quickly went viral, spurring an uproar on Yale’s campus and nationwide
A Saudi court that sentenced a journalist to 60 lashes for her work on a controversial television show has summoned a second woman affiliated with the TV station.
A Saudi court sentenced a female journalist Saturday to 60 lashes for her work on a controversial Arabic-language TV show that aired an episode in which a man bragged about his sex life, two sources told CNN.
It’s just one thing after another for Richard and Mayumi Heene. They’ve caused such an uproar after last week’s alleged balloon boy hoax that Lifetime won’t air a re-run of their “Wife Swap” episode
Two newlyweds are fighting for the dismissal of the justice of the peace who refused them a marriage license because they are of different races. “We’ve retained an attorney, and we’re in the process of taking the next steps in order to make sure that (the justice of the peace) loses his job,” Beth McKay told CNN’s “American Morning” on Monday