Troubled actress Amanda Bynes seems to have a busy time ahead: First she’s planning to basically sue everybody – and then start a career as a rapper. The actress also claims that the drug related items discovered in her home do not exist.
When Jack Black was in Wellington in 2004 for Sir Peter Jackson’s King Kong, it was the perfect opportunity to interview him and Tenacious D cohort Kyle Gass, when they announced they would play in the capital that year. The tricky bit was that Gass was in California then, while Black had been in Wellington for weeks and the two could only be interviewed about Tenacious D while together.
This gopher in this video must really love adrenaline and excitement because the hole that it has chosen to live in is anything but peaceful.
It’s the recurring nightmare of high-minded modern parents of daughters. You ask your relatives to lay off the pink pinafores at the baby shower.
I was a 37-year-old senior vice president in charge of the consumer-products-and-publishing division at Nickelodeon, the children’s cable channel, in my office celebrating with a few colleagues the announcement of a huge, groundbreaking deal with Sony to create and market home videos of our hit shows, such as Rugrats and Ren & Stimpy. The phone rang
U.S. forces in Afghanistan have opened a fact-finding investigation into the circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Pfc. Bowe Bergdahl, the soldier in the hands of the Taliban, CNN has learned
A lumbering grey shadow can often catch your eye as you drive along one of Bangkok’s most polluted and congested streets, Sukhumvit. If this were not Bangkok, you would think you’d had one too many beer Singhas, but in this city of contradictions, anything seems, and often is, possible. And so it is that spotting a huge elephant, dodging the tuk-tuk motorcycle rickshaws, the ubiquitous taxis and blizzard of traffic is nothing out of the ordinary.
Seconds after the news first hit the airwaves, your own shock merged with everyone else’s in the immediate vicinity. And you could feel it rolling through the rest of the planet like a runaway diesel. (CNN) — Seconds after the news first hit the airwaves, your own shock merged with everyone else’s in the immediate vicinity.
When the sun went down, their voices did not. “Allah O Akbar!” the crowds on the tops of building chanted over and over.
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa, flashing a broad smile, declared victory Tuesday in the country’s 25-year civil war against the Tamil Tiger rebels. “We are celebrating the defeat of terrorism,” he said in a nationally televised speech before parliament