Justin Bieber is apparently determined not to turn into a “Hollywood mess”.
For almost a decade, Russia has stayed on the sidelines of the war in Afghanistan, in part because of its bad memories of the 1980s, when the Afghan mujahedin, with the help of Stinger missiles provided by the U.S., handed the Red Army a humiliating defeat. As Russia’s NATO envoy Dmitri Rogozin put it this week in a stroke of understatement, “We’ve been to Afghanistan, and we didn’t really like it over there.” But on Friday, Oct.
It’s past Memorial Day, and while some high school seniors are sporting new college sweatshirts, others are still in purgatory on a waitlist. The bad news
New Orleans is having a bad case of nerves. The Mississippi River has flooded catastrophically upstream and its swelling waters are moving inexorably down toward the Big Easy and its traumatic memories of recent disasters, Katrina and the Gulf oil spill.
To their victims they seemed pretty normal at first, even admirable.
It started out as an average April day, but as Dermot Tatlow drove home, he received a call that would lead to a global campaign to save his son’s life.
NASA launched its Ares I-X rocket Wednesday, after multiple delays over two days because of bad weather.
For weeks now, the stock market has been toying with Dow 10,000.