Start the month right with a fresh batch of links.
If they say a week’s a long time in politics then it’s surely an eternity when it comes to the machinations involved in landing a coveted World Cup in soccer.
From the Pope’s comments on condoms to a promising new pill, this year has seen some positive steps in the battle against HIV/AIDS. But the fight is far from over.
On Dec. 1, 1955, Rosa Parks refused to give a white man her seat on a bus in Montgomery, Ala. Google is celebrating the civil-rights pioneer with its daily “doodle.”
Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark, the most expensive Broadway show in history, hit the stage this week amid on-stage snafus. Maybe it would have been better off with a basic-cable budget.
The formula seems straight-forward: add synthetic estrogen and progestin to your body and your sex drive will diminish.
Here’s another suspicion WikiLeaks has helped confirm: French President Nicolas Sarkozy was the source of his “Sarko l’Américain” nickname, and was so proud of it that he took pains to spread it around among U.S. …
“We have a gay guy [in the unit]. He’s big, he’s mean and he kills lots of bad guys.”
— A STATEMENT in the Pentagon’s report on “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”; the Pentagon study on gays in the military has determined that …
Well, she does have rock-hard abs.
“I tried to be diplomatic and professional, but I guess that’s for others to judge. Anderson obviously didn’t think so. Some wanted Anderson roasted over spit. Others think I badgered him. I hope I was somewhere between
Trust Twitter to be the reason that the world’s most gentlemanly game is finally being brought to the attention of switched-on Americans.