As a tattooed wild child wearing her husband’s blood in a locket and luring Brad Pitt away from Hollywood rival Jennifer Aniston, Angelina Jolie was dream fodder for the tabloid press. But her transformation into a humanitarian campaigner and now poster girl for the fight against breast cancer with her revelation that, faced with a high cancer risk, she had undergone a double mastectomy has elevated her to heroine status in the media.
Lindsay Lohan will not be charged for allegedly punching a woman at a New York City nightclub last year. The 26-year-old actress was reportedly involved in an altercation with psychic Tiffany Mitchell at a trendy nightclub on November 29.
My copy of Margaret Mitchell’s Gone with the Wind a 114th printing, now a bit tattered carries an inscription from my mother: “A good book is timeless.” Mitchell’s novel, whose 75th anniversary has arrived amid many reconsiderations and even more sales, may or may not be a good book. But it has always been a popular one.
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.
I have never felt the need to make a will.
A rising Canadian folk singer was killed by coyotes this week in a national park in Nova Scotia, a park spokesman said Thursday.
The two men running Michael Jackson’s estate gained new powers and an extension of their authority until the end of the year in a court hearing Friday.
Elizabeth Smart was not afraid to face Brian Mitchell in her first testimony detailing her 2002 abduction. In fact, her father said, she wanted the man who allegedly kept her tethered to a tree in the Utah woods muzzled and forced to listen to her testimony.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday that a complete halt of Jewish settlements will not happen, according to a parliament source. Netanyahu said at a closed-door Knesset committee meeting that Israel would agree only to a partial reduction of housing construction and for a limited time, not the year the United States would like, said a government official who was not authorized to speak about the meeting and did not want to be identified.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he will fly to Egypt Sunday to discuss the Israeli-Palestinian peace process with President Hosni Mubarak. Netanyahu insisted that progress was being made in the decades-old conflict, and that the Israelis were not the ones holding up a peace agreement