Five college students were killed at a house party in Calgary while celebrating the end of their school year.
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PBS’ “Pioneers of Television” featured the great standup comedians who transitioned to sitcoms, and the Raymond everybody loves, Romano, showed us that it’s not easy starting out in the comedy biz. After his first and second attempts at standup went so poorly, 20-something Raymond actually quit comedy and started to study accounting while living in [...]
Tuesday night on “SI The Making of Swimsuit 2014: From Sand to Space,” model Anne V narrowly escaped injury while on location. Anne and company were near Atins Waterfalls in Brazil when hair stylist Peter Butler, who was adjusting Anne’s hair, fell when the compacted sand gave way. Butler tumbled over, but rather than fall [...]
On Tuesday night’s “Celebrities Undercover,” actor Anthony Anderson pretended he was opening a restaurant in his home town of Compton, California. Anderson donned a mustache, some bushy eyebrows and an eye patch to disguise himself as Anthony Anderson’s personal chef, 'Chef Sterling.' A few unsuspecting women were asked to test the fake restaurant’s new food [...]
Two 17-year-old girls, Pamella Jackson and Cheryl Miller, disappeared in 1971. The car containing their remains wasn’t found until last fall.
Outside an airbase in Kramatorsk in Eastern Ukraine, pro-Russian demonstrators swarmed and roughed-up a Ukrainian general who came out to talk to them after troops inside had earlier opened fire, apparently wounding three. Photo: AP
Twitter had a massive day in the markets, soaring more than11 percent following news this morning that it has acquired Gnip . Gnip is a company that supports firms with access to social media information streams. The data provider became well known by being a Twitter partner that could underpin the latter’s “firehose” of tweets [...]
One year to the day after a bombing at the Boston Marathon, police have detonated two bags left near the finish line and arrested a suspect.
The Donald is reportedly in talks about buying the Buffalo Bills. He says he’s going to take a serious shot at it and keep them in Buffalo, New York.
Authorities charged Miller with capital murder and premeditated first-degree murder. If convicted, he could face the death penalty.
Madelaine Chocolate Co., once the Rockaways’ largest employer, has not fully reopened since its factory was damaged in superstorm Sandy. The company may relocate if it can’t secure the funds to return to full production. Photo: Adrienne Grunwald for The Wall Street Journal
I caught up with Jake Miller at the MTV Movie Awards! Jake talked about working on new music, being one of MTV’s Artists to Watch, and hoping to meet Eminem! Thanks Jake!
This week on We Spy Style, two-time author and activist Katherine Schwarzenegger joins Allison McNamara, Jordan Feldman, and Meg Cuna to chat about her new book, I Just Graduated . . . Now What?, and all the fashion highlights from this week – including Kim Kardashian’s racy thong photos, big celebrity hair changes, and our [...]
What’s News: A forensic expert offers evidence supporting Oscar Pistorius’s testimony that he could not see his girlfriend get out of bed, China’s housing market slows, and Berlusconi sentenced to community service. Jason Bellini reports. Photo: AP
Marking the end of a billionaire tug of war, the SpaceX commercial rocket venture signed a 20-year agreement on Monday to take over NASA’s historic Launch Pad 39A, the point of origin for Apollo moon missions as well as the first and last space shuttle flights. Gwynne Shotwell, SpaceX’s president and chief operating officer, said [...]
After retiring, Lynne and Tim Martin sold their house in 2011 and have since spent their time traveling the globe and living in vacation rentals.
A stock market swoon turned into a comeback Tuesday. Stocks managed a late-afternoon rebound for the second time in two days as investors seemed to brush off a report of lower confidence among homebuilders and simmering tensions in the Ukraine. The late rally even gave a lift to tech stocks like Google and Intel, which [...]
The Senate Banking Committee Proposes Adoption Of An Untried Model To Replace Fannie Mae And Freddie Mac
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, once the twin kingpins of the home loan market, have been languishing in Federal conservatorship since September 6, 2008. While their continued presence is an embarrassment to many on both sides of the political aisle, it is generally understood that the agencies can’t be axed without seriously disrupting the market, [...]