As this year’s Wimbledon starts up in the U.K., we look back on some memorable moments of the past.
Some kids play with Barbie dolls, others with action figures, and some with…security scanners.
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Like Nickelodeon’s Doug Funnie, Hillary Clinton prefers one uniform to wear while on the job: the famous pantsuit. And the Secretary of State is in good company; German Chancellor Angela Merkel is also a devoted pantsuit fan.
The third leg of the U.S. Triple Crown offers serious thoroughbred racing. Why not make some money while watching?
By the year 2030, a mere 19 years from now, hotels could fulfill your wildest dreams. Really.
In the aftermath of Rep. Anthony Weiner getting caught for sending lewd images of himself through Twitter, Congressmen have been tweeting less, reports The Hill.