The Kitchen, which flung open its doors in Wellington in 2009, was a narrow old pantry. Access involved walking sideways.
The celebrity gossip machine had burbled for a day or two about Ozzy Osbourne’s marriage, and for weeks about Jada Pinkett Smith’s. Yet both stars hit a breaking point about the same time – and took to Facebook
Padraig Harrington may have missed out on the British Open title but the mischievous Irishman showed how much the Claret Jug means to him by stealing the trophy from current holder Stewart Cink.
Justine Henin is following in the footsteps of fellow former world No.
Roger Federer has earned another Grand Slam finals appearance after beating Novak Djokovic in the U.S.
World number two Andy Murray handily beat U.S.
Defending champion Serena Williams cruised into the quarterfinals of the U.S.
From the mid-1980s, Hungarian-born investor and philanthropist George Soros pumped hundreds of millions of dollars into foundations in Eastern Europe dedicated to promoting the idea of the "open society" and challenging the region’s Soviet-backed regimes. Here, writing exclusively for CNN.com, he describes how the work of his foundations ultimately contributed to the collapse of communism. I set up my first foundation in Hungary in 1984.
The Rev. Ken Pagano knows what Andy Warhol said about fame, but he has learned firsthand that it can last decidedly longer than 15 minutes
Like all sports organizations, the United States Golf Association, overlords of the U.S. Open championship, has been crushed by the recession