Thursday's upcoming Frontline has "exclusive interviews detailing the systematic torture and execution of students opposed to the current regime" in Iran.
Once cows become infected with bovine spongiform encephalopathy, it gradually eats holes in their brains, leading to various physical anomalies. All cases of mad cow disease are fatal.
A book for computer coders who are serious about their craft.
Stanley Kubrick's masterful Vietnam epic, viewed more as a pop-culture classic than the legitimate piece of texured cinema that it is, remains to be one of the most structurely-brilliant and provocative films ever made.
Rather than the stick of criticism, I wish to offer this modest carrot of praise to Fox News for being on top of this important positive story.
Jim Sheridan's latest feature offers a strange paradox of a romanticized and sometimes realistic New York City.
As one argument for the Iraq war after another caves in under their feet, pro-warriors dance over to new arguments like the biggest slut at the ball. It's time to stop dancing and get serious about terror and WMD.