That’s right you tree-hugging, lettuce munching environmentalists, the 15,000 barrels of oil sputzing into the Gulf of Mexico every day is your fault!
Oh ye gods of baseball! Why dost thou smite the ambition of youth for the folly of the blind? Is thy glee found in the doldrums of agony and unsatisfied joy? Didst thou ever consult with Ernie Harwell before fate fell before us?
Scientists remind us that not all the oil floating around in the Gulf is from an industrial accident. Just most of it.
Here’s news that we’re sure most of you didn’t know: cocaine is bad for you. But beside making you edgy and skittish, with a propensity toward emotional highs and lows, and ultimately turning you into the next star of …
We’ve come full circle: BP is back to trying something that didn’t work the first time in a desperate attempt to rein in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, now in its sixth week.
With the siege of the Jamaican slum Tivoli Gardens in its fourth day, the reputed drug lord being sought by police is said to be negotiating a surrender to U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency officials, ABC News reports.
Gary Coleman, 42, the diminutive Diff’rent Strokes actor and poster child for the latter-day troubles of kid stars, died Friday at a Provo, Utah hospital of a head injury caused by a fall, celebrity website TMZ.com reported.
Gary Coleman, the diminutive Diff’rent Strokes actor and poster child for the latter-day troubles of kid stars, is hospitalized and remains listed in critical condition in Utah after a head injury from a fall.
If you don’t know the name Etan Patz, you still might know the sad legacy of the boy’s 1979 disappearance.
Updated on May 27, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. ET
As a siege intended to capture an elusive alleged drug kingpin continues in the slums near the Jamaican capitol city of Kingston, morticians are saying the body count is running so dangerously high that they may run out of space …
After final federal approval, BP has begun its hit-or-miss “top kill” attempt to stop the gushing oil still blackening the Gulf of Mexico. The ploy comes after several other attempts to either stop or slow the flow failed.