Thor’s evil brother, Loki, took over the Marvel Studios presentation at Comic-Con on Saturday.
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallgher is being sued for US$3 million by an American journalist who claims he fathered a child with her. Rumours have been swirling in the UK after it was revealed an unnamed rock star was caught in a desperate battle to stop his wife learning about his love child
FOR clothes-conscious American women, the summer of discontent is over; this week the autumn of decision begins. Home from vacation, they face the most difficult fall shopping dilemma in decades: whether to go for the midi.
The Taliban executed a daring prison break in Kandahar early Monday morning, when at least 476 political prisoners and another 125 other inmates escaped through a 1,050 ft. long tunnel, U.S.
Is nothing sacred? After church leaders set about updating the United Methodist Hymnal in 1984, their most controversial acts were to excise one of the most popular hymns in the Protestant repertoire, Onward Christian Soldiers, and to strip verses from The Battle Hymn of the Republic.
When Lyndon Johnson launched his War On Poverty in 1964, he gave the Office of Economic Opportunity command of ten campaigns* to rescue the nation from want.
Something very real did happen 25 centuries ago in a narrow pass on Greece’s northern coast called Thermopylae–the name means “the hot gates.” In August of 480 B.C., a force of about 7,000 Greek soldiers assembled there, including 300 Spartans under the leadership of their king, Leonidas.
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If you have ever fought the battle of the bulge, then you are all too familiar with its key players: diet, exercise and your genes.
I sat in our suburban home in Shanghai and read online the excerpt from Amy Chua’s Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother that appeared in the Wall Street Journal. My reaction to it was straightforward: Maybe a little over the top, but, yeah, that’s about right.