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New Zealand on Screen has opened its treasure chest again to make sure TV’s legendary moments do not fade to black. The new collection canvases some of the tragic, scandalous, and brilliant moments that shaped New Zealand television
I always believed I was special, thanks to both Mr. Rogers and my own giant ego
They flocked to the open field by the hundreds to praise Allah. In a village in central Java, just a few miles from where Indonesian special forces shot dead an Islamic terrorist linked to the fatal July bombings of two hotels in Jakarta, worshippers raised their hands to the heavens.
Pakistan has asked the CIA to all but shut down its operations in that country, demanding that the U.S. intelligence agency pull out 335 officers and contractors currently based there
The hand-to-hand combat over new rules limiting the power of public unions in Wisconsin didn’t end when Governor Scott Walker signed them into law on March 11; it merely changed venues. The new law is headed for a challenge at the state’s supreme court later this year
The struggle has been defined variously as rich v. poor, Southern Hemisphere v
There is no particularly special technology needed to make a chainsaw.
A Cuban blogger who has criticized her government has been denied permission to travel to New York to pick up a prestigious journalism award Wednesday. Yoani Sanchez writes a blog that gets more than 1 million hits from around the globe every month, and Time magazine named her one of the 100 most influential people in the world last year