Kim Kardashian is expected to finally reveal the sex of her unborn child on television. The 32-year-old reality star is reportedly due to give birth to her and rapper Kanye West’s first baby in July.
Tommy Barrett is a dreamy-eyed fifth-grader who lives with his parents, twin brothers, two cats and a turtle in San Jose, Calif., the heart of Silicon Valley. He’s an honor-roll student who likes math and science and video games.
“Equine therapist” just doesn’t sound as good as “horse whisperer,” although that’s the term to describe Buck Brannaman’s specialty as a trainer of troubled horses. In fact, the subject of the lovely documentary Buck doesn’t even whisper: he talks into a microphone so that the rapt horse owners can watch and hear him magically fixing whatever ails their seemingly impossible horses.
Steven Spurrier was in Mumbai but thinking of Paris.
On paper, President-elect Barack Obama’s choice for United Nations ambassador has much in common with another boundary-breaking, African-American, Stanford-affiliated, female foreign policy expert with the same surname.
The rebel forces in Benghazi have their eyes set on Tripoli, contemplating military action to take the Libyan capital if necessary. But if that goal is to be reached, they must move westward.
There is no immediate danger of Afghanistan falling to the Taliban, one of President Obama’s top advisers said Sunday. “I don’t foresee the return of the Taliban,” National Security Adviser James Jones said on CNN’s “State of the Union.” “And I want to be very clear that Afghanistan is not in danger — imminent danger — of falling.” Obama is overseeing a review of U.S.
They were crimes born of the Internet age — romantic solicitations on popular Web site Craigslist that police say led to the fatal shooting of one woman and the robbery of another in Boston hotels this past spring. And it was high-tech, 21st-century sleuthing, along with some old-fashioned gumshoe detective work, that put police on the trail toward a suspect and eventually an arrest.
Akil Vohra quit a lucrative job in international trade litigation to take up something he strongly believes in — as a legal expert, a Muslim and, most importantly, he says, as an American.