Democrats are in a grumpy mood, and with good reason. A big special-election victory in upstate New York quickly sagged into a disastrous media frenzy over Democratic CongressmanInternet lothario Anthony Weiner’s spectacular success in becoming the Twittersphere’s most obvious twit.
At his research clinic in Dallas, psychologist Jasper Smits is working on an unorthodox treatment for anxiety and mood disorders, including depression. It is not yet widely accepted, but his treatment is free and has no side effects.
From its colorful Old Town square to sumptuous Art Nouveau facades, Prague offers plenty to see and do.
Max Mosley claims a deal is "very close" to end the damaging row which could see a breakaway Formula One series next season. FIA president Mosley spent Sunday at the British Grand Prix locked in talks with members of the teams who have rebelled against plans by world motorsport’s governing body to impose a budget cap and other rule changes. Eight teams from the Formula One Teams Association (FOTA) claimed late on Thursday that they would set up the rival series
Dazzling moves, ambitious targets and intense pressure it must be off-season in European soccer.
Those old enough to remember compare the atmosphere on Tehran’s streets ahead of Friday’s election to the heady days of Iran’s revolution 30 years ago.
Something is amiss on the streets of Mongkok. Ordinarily, the bustling 4.4 square mile patch of shops and food stalls is packed with some of the highest rates of pedestrian traffic in the world. In Hong Kong, Mongkok has become synonymous with the city’s best bargains and slowest-moving sidewalks, but its over-saturation has always been part of its charm.
The sidewalks of Iran’s capital are jammed with political rallies, just days before the Islamic republic decides on its next president.
An effort to find a missing Indian Air Force plane that disappeared with at least 14 people onboard will resume Wednesday, said Air Force spokesman Wing Cmdr. P
The one thing you can say for certain about Twitter is that it makes a terrible first impression. You hear about this new service that lets you send 140-character updates to your “followers,” and you think, Why does the world need this, exactly? It’s not as if we were all sitting around four years ago scratching our heads and saying, “If only there were a technology that would allow me to send a message to my 50 friends, alerting them in real time about my choice of breakfast cereal.” I, too, was skeptical at first.