Justin Bieber’s recent antics have caused a lot of controversy and his latest stunt has landed him yet again in hot – or at least warm – water. The 19-year-old has been caught on camera urinating in a restaurant mop bucket then shouting “F**k Bill Clinton” – for no apparent reason
Paris Jackson is reportedly eager to meet her “biological father” Mark Lester. Michael Jackson’s 15-year-old daughter has apparently been made aware the British actor was more than just a friend to her dad.
A lot of people were disappointed with Star Trek: Into Darkness. The bosses at Paramount Pictures, which bankrolled the movie, were disappointed the movie didn’t score $US100 million in its opening weekend in the US (they had to settle for a meagre $US83 million)
A lot of people were disappointed with Star Trek: Into Darkness. The bosses at Paramount Pictures, which bankrolled the movie, were disappointed the movie didn’t score $US100 million in its opening weekend in the US (they had to settle for a meagre $US83 million).
Updated: May 23, 2011. 3:30 p.m
When Michael Dukakis was asked about news stories casting doubt on George Bush’s World War II heroism, he said, “I don’t think that kind of thing has any place in the campaign . .
Belgian Cement Worker Albert Verbrugghe was driving his wife and another woman down a quiet street in the copper town of Jadotville one day last week, when he suddenly heard the clatter of gunfire.
Barack Obama arrived in Strasbourg on Friday for this weekend’s NATO summit enthusing about the military organization, which he described at a joint press conference with French President Nicolas Sarkozy as “the most successful alliance in modern history.” That it may have been. But Obama’s praise contrasts starkly with the scathing assessment of the state of NATO, now 60 years old, by European military analysts, who say that the gap in military capability between the United States and Europe has grown so big that in some places battlefield communication between NATO forces and their US allies has become difficult
Zimbabwe’s Movement for Democratic Change — the party of Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai — is boycotting the country’s unity government, the party’s leader said Friday. “This is a constitutional crisis,” said Tsvangirai as he railed against President Robert Mugabe’s party.
Four U.S. service members died in a roadside bombing attack, and two civilians were killed in crossfire during a military operation, military authorities in Afghanistan said Friday