Celebrities are used to having their photos taken, and more often than not they welcome the attention.
It is now conventional wisdom that the U.S. faces an acute fiscal calamity
The news from Japan continues to be grim.
The prospective decision by Japan’s government to take control of the Tokyo Electric Power Company may seem belated to the rest of the world, given the confusing way the firm has managed the Fukishima nuclear reactor crisis.
iPhone gives Europe extra hour of sleep Late to work this morning? Forget those excuses about traffic jams and Halloween hangovers. You might be able to blame your iPhone. Reports from Europe suggest a bug in the iPhone’s alarm app caused it not to adjust to Daylight Saving Time in that part of the world. […]
Disasters in Italy have a predictable chronology: after the calamity strikes, rescues are attempted, destiny is lamented and pledges are made to rebuild destroyed towns. And without fail, as the first victims are still being buried, a criminal investigation is opened.
The Guatemalan army stole at least 333 children and sold them for adoption in other countries during the Central American nation’s 36-year civil war, a government report has concluded.
Guatemalan President Alvaro Colom has declared a state of national calamity because so many citizens do not have food or proper nutrition. Speaking in a nationally televised address late Tuesday, Colom said his declaration will make it easier to get food to the thousands of Guatemalan families who are in dire need