May 25, 2015
Right before her flight took off from Chicago to Columbus, Southwest Airline employees found passenger Peggy Uhle to alert her to upsetting news.
The pregnancy rumors around Kylie Jenner and Tyga have been swirling once again this past week, but it looks like older sister Kendall Jenner may...
Stephen Curry is becoming the most shameless gunner in the NBA, and it's beautiful. Of all of the historical comparisons Stephen Curry draws, Nash seems to be the most accurate and persistent. Like Nash, Curry is a whipsmart director with the ball, always knowing where to find the weakness in the defense and the open teammate.
Alfio Anthony Granata, 47, pleaded guilty to 14 charges, including multiple rapes, threats to kill and intentionally causing serious injury over a six-week period in 2012. Victorian County Court Judge Frank Gucciardo said Granata's behaviour was "vile and repulsive" and had dehumanised his 21-year-old victim. "She was degraded and humiliated." An earlier hearing was told Granata and his former partner Jennifer Peaston met the young bisexual backpacker at a party in Melbourne and they became friends, having consensual sex while smoking the drug ice, or crystal methamphetamine.
Actress and comedian Anne Meara has died. Meara appeared in dozens of films and TV shows, including on “All My Children” from 1993-1998. In addition to her acting work, Meara had a successful writing career.
Former President George W. Bush did not lie about the presence of weapons of mass destruction to justify the Iraq War, journalist Bob Woodward said Sunday. The argument has been used for years by Democrats and other detractors, but Woodward said on "Fox News Sunday" that his own 18-month investigation showed that Bush was actually skeptical that Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had WMDs as Saddam claimed. Though plenty of mistakes were made in the invasion of Iraq, Bush actually told CIA Director George Tenet, "Don’t let anyone stretch the case on WMD," Woodward said.
Greg Sheridan writes recently that, despite last week's controversy when Pentagon official David Shear 'misspoke' about U.S. Air Force's B-1 bombers being placed in Australia, the bombers are probably coming to Australia anyway. ...U.S. Air Force rotations through northern Australia should increase, assuming the force posture agreement clears the way for the expansion of runways and ramp space at RAAF Learmonth and RAAF Tindal.
CARACAS, Venezuela (AP) — It's still possible to buy a gleaming Ford truck in Venezuela, rent a chic apartment in Caracas, and snag an American Airlines flight to Miami. Just not in the country's official currency.
Asian shares got off to a lacklustre start on Monday, after rising inflation and a hawkish tone from the
Crude oil futures edged up on Monday, buoyed by healthy Asian appetite and demand from the U.S. driving
OPEC is unlikely to change its production ceiling when the group meets in June, Iran's Oil Minister
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — Born to an electrical engineer, and later a precocious and dashing young man who attained an Ivy League education, John Nash seemed destined for a life of stunning success.
For 92 Prince George’s County Public Schools seniors, graduation came twice on May 21. In the morning they received their high school diplomas, and then received their Associates Degree in a second graduation the same day.
Cleveland Cavaliers' LeBron James (23) runs over Atlanta Hawks' DeMarre Carroll during the second half of Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals Sunday in Cleveland.
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The debate around the world about what to do with growing waves of desperate migrants will be spurred by a
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — David Letterman has a new No. 1 on his personal Top Ten list of reasons he loves the
Roger Federer is not happy with security at the French Open After his winning match against Colombia
UPDATED: Monday, May 25, 3 p.m.: Tatts Group issued a statement. An Australian man is accused of doing
Over the weekend, a number of Australian and New Zealand Netflix customers were charged multiple times by
A hazardous new synthetic drug known as flakka is being blamed for 18 recent deaths in a single South
Mr. Scalzi’s books include a series known as the “Old Man’s War” and “Redshirts,” a Hugo award winner about
Asked in 2014 to share their experiences, female soldiers and veterans talked about serving where “a lot of