This has all the markings of an epic, old-timey romance: a war, a train station and woman named Doris.
The tumult in Cairo got more press in the United States than did recent crises in Afghanistan, Iraq and Haiti, according to a new report.
A six-year-old boy was reportedly reunited with his father this week after a student living on the other side of the country matched the child’s face to a picture he’d seen online.
Everybody’s talking about a revolution. Except, that is, in China.
Not totally. But as of 12:30 a.m. (local time) last night, there was almost no Internet traffic going into or out of the country.
Last night on the Report, Colbert joked about parenting, punishment and pedophilia. Amy Chua sent him to his room.
Either Kim Jong Il is social media savvy, or someone is in trouble.
Dr. Rice also fielded questions like “are you romantic?” and “If you were cooking me a meal, what would you cook?”
The F.B.I. says the device could have caused “multiple casualties.” Thankfully, it was found — and defused — before the march got underway.