He allegedly started out with millions of dollars, command of an international drug ring and his own private army. He ends it wearing a wig and a dress.
The immigration reform law passed in Arizona this past April is not only tough, it’s infectious.
As a young physician on call one night 40 years ago in South Africa, Dr. Sonnet Ehlers tended to an emaciated rape victim. As she counseled the victim, she always remembered one important thing she said: “If only I had teeth down there.”
A dangerous fire in the Chicago subway on Sunday didn’t impact Monday’s commute.
Anybody who thinks mental health and psychiatric medicine can’t have an impact on athletic performance should speak to L.A. Lakers forward Ron Artest, who credits his psychiatrist for his success.
At this point it’s a tradition: the Los Angeles Lakers win the NBA Championship, the fans riot downtown.
The oft-times riot-tested LAPD are taking no chances with the potential of unrest in downtown Los Angeles after tonight’s Game 7 between the Lakers and the Boston Celtics.
“I’m not stonewalling. I simply was not involved in the decision making process.”
— BP CEO Tony Hayward after being grilled by House Committee Chairman Rep. Henry Waxman on the failure of preventative measures of the Deepwater …
Former Ill. Gov. Rod Blagojevich once said nothing could prove him guilty of corruption — his day in court would be his exoneration. On Tuesday, prosecutors released transcripts they hope will make him eat those words.
Hunting is hugely popular in South Africa, but it’s taking a back seat to the soccer matches occurring all over the country.
With all the heat generated by the excitement of the World Cup games in South Africa, it’s easy to forget the sporting event’s wild card: cold weather
It’s no surprise that the ever-growing list of BP critics includes its industry rivals.