Murray Burns vividly remembers the night in 1980 when then-prime minister Rob Muldoon attended a Mi-Sex gig in Wellington. At the time there was a bid to have tax taken off local products and it was argued that records by local artists should be included
Jerome Lynch is accused of throwing acid in the face of his own daughter, who in reportedly suffering from burns which are covering up to 50% of her body. A motive for the attack is as-of-yet unknown. A New York man was arrested after police say he poured acid on his daughter, burning her skin and sending her […]
“The Kennedy buildup goes on,” wrote James MacGregor Burns, a Williams College political science professor and John Kennedy's admiring biographer, in the New Republic. “The adjectives tumble over one another
This column is about head lice, so by the time you’re done reading, you’ll be scratching your scalp. Don’t be alarmed
Last summer, when nearly 2 million vacationers descended on California’s Yosemite National Park, the line of cars at the South Entrance was often nearly a mile long.
Karima El Mahroug, the woman at the center of Italian Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi’s latest sex scandal, says that when she was 9 years old, she was raped by two men, then told by her mother to keep quiet because she feared how Karima’s father would react if he discovered she wasn’t a virgin. When Karima was 12, her father spilled a pan of boiling oil on her after she told him she had converted from Islam to Catholicism.
An Italian scientist says he has reproduced one of the world’s most famous Catholic relics, the Shroud of Turin, to support his belief it is a medieval fake, not the cloth Jesus was buried in. Luigi Garlaschelli created a copy of the shroud by wrapping a specially woven cloth over one of his students, painting it with pigment, baking it in an oven (which he called a “shroud machine”) for several hours, then washing it.
Michael Jackson’s body will return to his Neverland Ranch on Thursday morning for a public viewing Friday, CNN has learned.
A man who spearheaded financial investigations of Iran said Wednesday the Islamic republic is "deadly serious" about developing nuclear weapons and long-range missiles — and there’s not much time to stop it before it does. New York District Attorney Robert Morgenthau told a Senate Foreign Relations Committee hearing that although he’s not an expert on proliferation, many such experts were consulted in the financial probes “and it comes out loud and clear: It is late in this game and we don’t have a lot of time to stop Iran from developing long-range missiles and nuclear weapons.” Morgenthau helped uncover a multibillion-dollar scam that Iran used to move money through U.S. financial institutions to help buy materials for its nuclear and missile programs