Whiner. Before this year’s NBA playoffs, that would have been one of the first words that came to mind, for many people, if someone mentioned Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban.
The perennial debate about nature and nurture–which is the more potent shaper of the human essence?–is perennially rekindled. It flared up again in the London Observer of Feb
If there were any climate-change doubters in the wine industry, it seems they are now as rare as a 1921 Chteau d’Yquem.
I hope your boy gets raped in jail and killed.” The words, angry and exasperated, from an anonymous caller, burn into the ears of Jackie Golden, grandmother of Andrew Golden. For a moment she is too shaken to speak.
At the first Quebec Conference , rugged Canadian Sergeant Major Emile Couture's job was to keep conferees supplied with stationery. It was also his job to pick up the unused paper when the Conference was over
At the crossroads between east and west in the desert nation of Turkmenistan, a quiet battle is under way for natural gas, oil and influence, and the U.S. and Europe are losing out to China and the Muslim world
A celebrity gossip Web site has caught Maria Shriver a third time apparently violating California’s law against using a cell phone while driving.
A negotiator for de facto Honduran President Roberto Micheletti said that no deal was reached between the two opposed sides Wednesday, as other government officials had reported. Ninety percent of an agreement to end the country’s ongoing political crisis has been reached, Micheletti negotiator Vilma Morales said at a news conference Wednesday, but some key points remained to be worked out
A suspect has been arrested in the 1990 abduction and attempted murder of an 8-year-old Texas girl, a spokeswoman for the FBI’s Houston, Texas, office said. The victim, Jennifer Schuett, is now 27.