Maryland General Assembly overrides Governor veto of Wal-Mart health care bill.
This summer’s elections in Mexico will be historic in more ways than one...
News analysis: A class action lawsuit in Pa. proceeds while Maryland passes a law mandating health care
Charles De Gaulle represented all the glory of France and De Gaulle represented everything that Americans associate negatively with France
When your spouse is selected for the Supreme Court, some very serious questions and examinations are sure to follow
The Senate came off as mean and nasty during what should be a dignified constitutional job duty.
The crimes of Jack Abramoff will not translate into crimes of the congress critters. Too bad. Because they're all guilty.
The world is reeling at the possibility that the beloved, heroic and eternal leader of North Korea may be missing somewhere in China. Where can he be? How can we go on without him?
The New York State Senate voted down a proposal to raise cigarette taxes $1.50.
In Hannity's world, there's nothing worse than a fellow Republican dissing (or dissenting from) the Bush Administration.
All memoirs are somewhat fictionalized, right?
Inspired by James Frey's semi-truthful memoir, I've decided to write my own potential Oprah book club selection.
A fevered, bloody fusion of Raymond Chandler and Stephen King. For the most part, it works.
The Devil's Teeth is a gripping and voraciously readable piece of work that looks at the Great White Sharks of the Farallon Islands.
Oprah, Larry King, James Frey, and A Million Little Pieces: what does it all add up to?
The plant is the dominatrix, we are its slave.
It's the Feel-Stupid Novel of the Decade!!!
A brilliantly written glimpse into one of the world's most populated, and fascinating, cities and cultures.
I'm living in the quick-quick slow tempo of early mid-winter. A waltz of days in-between,
Civility and decency seem to have fallen into disfavour, resulting in the small stuff becoming too large to handle.
"I have stopped looking at my chart a long time ago because I tend to only see bad things."
Lift up the flap and behold...
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for January 12, 2006
Get together a group of women who've lived, loved and lost, mix in some alcohol and you'll hear things that make young males blush.
Wherever Sister Fern is now, she's got absolutely nothing to be ashamed of.
The single is nothing more than an audio version of Seventeen.
also, Blackwell's "Worst Dressed" list and a university studies identity theft risk
29 isn't a horrible record, but for an artist as talented as Adams, this once again proves that everyone needs an editor
The debut of Jon Yeager, former member of the now defunct Daybirds
Korn continues their dominance with this latest release.
Should the Green Bay great hang it up, or come back and give it another go?
They say a good football team knows about X's and O's. Well, this team knows about X's, J's, Q's, and Z's.
The movie pulls no punches on the danger the West faces from nuclear-armed Islamic terrorists.
Imagine if you will... Captain James T. Kirk, Murphy Brown, Alex P. Keaton and Alan Shore on the same television show...
What do Quentin Tarantino's blood guts and swearing, viciously adult films have in common with kids entertainment monolith Nickelodeon?
A look at a few of Paramount's coming releases for the coming year.
Part of me wants to think this is brilliant writing, but another part wants to slap the writers for adding so much improbability.
MTV's clever combination of reality TV genres is fluffy fun that is just a little perverse as well.
The first scene opening the season was a black/Mexi race brawl in a funeral home. The effect was darkly comic, with people crashing into the coffin and sending the corpse sprawling out across the floor.
$20 says the corner porno store has a few copies of the "alternate" version.
One of the firm's long time employees finally comes to the end of his rope
A brief eDictionary of eWords found in the eLexicon.
The Internet is under threat from network companies that are increasingly inclined to do “traffic shopping”.
This move makes them the largest corporate consumer of renewable energy in the United States
It is in the 50s today, January 9th, 2006, in Brooklyn, NY. All week it is supposed to be like this.
Repackaging a game that some people didn't even like in 1996 isn't a system-selling strategy.
The good news is I can see that I am losing weight. The belt was a little bit looser today and went down one notch.