Turns out, a newborn baby girl in Mexico who was declared dead at the hospital, wasn’t so dead after all.
Wyclef Jean hit an early roadblock in his campaign for president of Haiti: his former bandmate won’t even endorse him.
No, Fidel Castro is not dead. He has been schmoozing and making public appearances over the past month.
The world of cycling has been best known in recent years for allegations surrounding drug use among the sport’s stars rather than reflecting on their awesome achievements. That doesn’t look like changing any time soon.
Xenolexica is defined as “a grave confusion when faced with unusual words.” Are you gravely confused? It’s okay — the word was even rejected from the dictionary.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has been giving testimony at the war crimes tribunal of ex-Liberia President Charles Taylor. Earlier Thursday, she told prosecutors in the Hague that she was given a few “dirty-looking” stones.
Like many things that happen inside the secretive Islamic state, we may never know for sure.
The Catholic Church in the U.K. has had to resort to desperate measures in order to fund the Pope’s September visit.
“If they won’t charge him with treason, they ought to charge him with murder.”
– REP. MIKE ROGERS, a Republican from Michigan, telling a radio host that Army analyst Bradley Manning’s alleged release of documents to Wikileaks …
Seven months after his homeland was rattled by a massive earthquake, Wyclef Jean told TIME that he will announce his candidacy for President of Haiti just days before the Aug. 7 deadline.
“The international community, to which Pakistan belongs, is losing the war against the Taliban,”
– ASIF ALI ZARDARI, president of Pakistan, on the progress of the war in Afghanistan. (via New York Times)
King Tut’s chariot has arrived in New York City, its first journey out of Egypt since its creation some 3,000 years ago.