Despite a long battle between the Cruise camp and the press, it looks like we'll get to see lil Suri sometime soon.
The 55-year-old comedian had been sober for 20 years.
An Indian Muslim woman's take on alleged Muslim victimisation in India and on their 'soft corner' for the enemy nation - Pakistan.
Hump it, or paint it gold and worship it like the Israelite's golden calf and I won't care.
Who was Jesus? The son of God as the Bible tells us...or a warrior king?
Whatever it was that had grown in my body for six weeks, that thing that was going to be my baby, came out in a rush.
The need to be a hero and the hype of CPR caused trouble Sunday at a Massachusetts area pond.
Dear Elsa, I have crippling self worth and money issues.
Date rape is no joke, but when you have millions and a signed waiver, who's going to prove it?
Chris Muir's excellent Day By Day cartoon, for August 09, 2006
Ever made a joke so bad, it got you fired? Meet Dean Jones.
What caused the injury to Owens' hamstring? Could his training be to blame?
Major League Baseball's attempt to copyright their own stats didn't exactly work.
Slayer stays true to their fans on Christ Illusion. Get this one now!
Another stack of metal music reviews in Marty's Musical Meltdown.
It may be churn without the burn but it is still a re-release of a five-month old album.
Long lost album from UK folk singer who mixed it up with with the 70s prog-rock crowd.
Don't listen to the "older is better" complainers.
The Modern Pea Pod speaks to TBS's Fred Mascherino...will he succeed in taking Sunday back from us?
Weird boys from Cleveland make an avant-garde modern dance noise here
Tunes & Tales about Cool Cats
Slayer are apparently opposed to Jesus Christ, war, and melody. If you hate all those things, this may be your bag.
Bliss Descending is the work of an exceptional craftsman.
The late Lee Atwater used to say that “issues win campaigns”, and he was exactly right.
Political rookie Ned Lamont edged incumbent Joseph Lieberman in a hot race.
Lieberman's loss has disturbing implications -- Americans are more negative and nervous, and that's what they'll take to the polls in November.
My mild disappointment is not that Lamont won, but the small margin.
If Homeland Security can't find 11 Egyptian students, how will they find terrorists?
An interview with 'Fighting Dem' Senatorial hopeful Carl Sheeler of Rhode Island. A look at where some of the new democrats would like to take the party.
Now Sri Lanka is blood-bathed. How many beautiful places can this earth lose to war and over-development?
Instant Observations from the Connecticut primary.
A must-see documentary that looks at the war from the perspective of al Jazeera television, the Arabic broadcast news network.
A compelling documentary which questions the veracity of the Bible and the existence of Jesus.
An animated gem from the 1990's finally comes to DVD.
Tarantulas, dishonesty, and scary appearances, oh my! Check out the latest from inside the Big Brother 7: All Stars house - spoilers abound!
What were the best movies of July?
Oliver Stone's 9/11 film is here. Will you be seeing it?
Admit it: the show suffered a second-season slump. The writers have (almost) admitted it. More importantly, they've promised a return to form.
If you want to become a producer, Farinella's writing could provide the road map.
52, a DC comics event, stars The Question, Renee Montoya, Kate Kane (Batwoman) and Ralph Dibny.
But I won't really have a feeling of accomplishment ... until it is published by someone other than me.
Viguerie outlines how Bush has hijacked the conservative movement and what conservatives can do about it.
"Our future is in villages," Prof. Dr. Norbert Pintsch.
The Web 2.0 kitchen sink: broadband video on demand, audio downloads, customized applications, social networking, user-generated content, and games.