Pentagon, CIA, and DIA experts told Bush "biological Laboratory" trailors didn't work. What do they know?
Turkey makes a move toward freedom of speech, but they have a long way to go to get to the European Union.
Too bad Russ Feingold didn't wait until NOW to propose censuring President Bush.
Forces seem aligned for a major change in U.S. immigration policy.
New Home Office rules place citizens almost completely at the mercy of criminals and punish most crimes with little more than a traffic ticket.
Imagine Aladdin with a bit more action and a lot less song.
I didn't outgrow gaming; gaming outgrew me.
A Mob of monkeys makes solitaire a blast!
The next Halo game could be an online game as big as World of Warcraft. It's a bit crazy, but not impossible.
Not many shooters have this much style and a deep story. This one has both.
I love things that start with X. XXX movies, Xbox, X-Men, and now the X-Arcade Dual Joystick!
A Bible publisher says "No deal" to a website that ministers to the pornography trade.
It's the holiday that commemorates when, under the pressure-cooker of a midnight escape, we became a people, a nation.
Shorts are hot. But be careful; they aren't forgiving, and can burn you.
The life and tough times of Sean Preston Federline, aged seven-months.
If you haven't had time to read everything this week, start here, with the best of the best.
How one man's daughters changed his life by saying, "Daddy, do better."
We could make them jump rope for 30 minutes. Or we could let them go outside and play.
We shuddered at the sight of these people engaged in some sort of deranged cocktail party.
How can I be sure that I am not just grasping at straws here?
The scale got me again today.
The theatrical roots of blood and gore.
Loving any book with my name on the cover.
This bimonthly celebrates an all-American art of deception: luring sociable waterfowl to an untimely end.
Dave closes out the fest with a film about crossword puzzles and the celebrities who love them.
A mildly amusing, formulaic sports underdog story.
There are times it seems they're making love simply by tapping their feet. It's a beautiful thing to watch.
It’s a darn good satire.
Canadian? Catch the show. Not Canadian? Nobody’s perfect, but you can catch the archives.
It may not be as good as I had hoped, but there is no doubt a goldmine in them there prehistoric critters.
If you’ve seen "24" or FX’s other crime series, "The Shield", most likely you will know the format of "Thief".
The Tank Man will be online Friday evening. Trudell will be available on DVD.
MySpace warning, Scary Movie 4 and Cheney booed.
Who is going home this week? Paris? Ace? Katharine? Bucky?
Have you ever trusted someone with absolutely everything only to find yourself betrayed to the core?
Thank God for Queen.
The show ends its run with one episode unaired, and the question of if it will be back unanswered.
It's a less-quotable-than-usual House this week, but lots to please the eye.
King Kong is a great film, but it is not yet a great DVD.
Back at the bank heist or pseudo heist – or intel gathering – wait, is this what they mean by ‘data mining’?
Laszlo de Almasy (Ralph Fiennes) delves into pride beyond the traditional holds of a passionate character.
We're here to see Karloff's Monster lurch and grunt and beat people up, and that's what we get.
Vocalist/lyricist/guitarist Skip Peri gets high marks for songwriting, but incompletes for his other duties.
Easter musical manifestations, and a Bif Naked live performance.
Explore music that samples one of the world's great jazzmasters, Herbie Hancock.
In a word, it's... cool.
A peek at the gifted singer-songwriter before the resurgence of his popularity - self-doubting and unaware of how appreciated he is.
...you can have fun remixing the material. But to me it would just be a waste of time
It’s the kind of CD you’d hear as an endless loop in the background at some pretentious coffee houses.
Bob Dylan plays some new stuff and some old stuff while having fun and sounding great the whole time.
Sometimes he almost feels just like a human being. This isn't one of those times...
This EP is a dose of wiseass adrenaline to keep you moving through the day.
Ex-Libertine and current Babyshambles leader Pete Doherty missed his scheduled appearance in a London court.
My obsession with live concert recordings; reviewed one show at a time.
New Album Releases, Week of 4-11-2006
What makes a band go straight to No. 1 with barely any promotion? Tool fans are the answer.
If you want derivative songs and outdated cliches, this CD will, um... sock it to you.
This isn’t a review, but a recommendation that provides a bunch of reasons to read a great book.
I've noticed several themes in this disturbing story. Prejudice. Racism. Sexism. Classism. And a heckload of legal jargon.
From inside the mind of a former pizza guy.
Passover - the season of hope for Redemption.
Some of the most significant bugs from the past week.
Physicians need to heal themselves when it comes to learning sensitivity when giving bad news.