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They get laundry service, TV, three hot meals a day and even ice cream for dessert. Everyday life for the 33 miners trapped a half mile underground now includes some of the comforts of home — at least those that can be lowered through narrow holes.
Years after Somy Ali left her glamorous life as a Bollywood actress, she heard a knock on her door from a Bangladeshi neighbor, asking for help.
There are three kinds of books in this world: good, bad and good-bad. A good-bad book is one you know you shouldn't be reading, but if anyone tried to take it, they'd have to pry it from your cold, dead hands. "When I Stop Talking ..." is a near-perfect example of such a book.
It's striking how little empathy Democrats seem to have for the economic troubles facing ordinary Americans. While unemployment and underemployment rates remain sky-high, economic growth falters. During the last quarter of 2009, gross domestic product grew 1.4 percent, but that figure fell to 0.9 percent in the first quarter of this year and just 0.4 percent in the second. "Now the fun stuff starts!" Vice President Joseph R. Biden, Jr. said in a bubbly interview with Time magazine last week regarding the administration's stimulus plan. "This is a chance to do something big, man!"
"With few exceptions, it's hard to think of a leading man today who could credibly go toe to toe with Rocky or Indiana Jones," writes Steve Greydanus at his National Catholic Register blog.
Put Angelina Jolie's face on a magazine cover and sales will surely rise. Get her to write a memoir and it would be worth millions. But write a book about her, without her cooperation, and you're taking a chance.
Actress Angelina Jolie, in Tokyo for the weekend opening of action thriller "Salt," brushed off rumors about her shaky relations with Brad Pitt.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie accepted undisclosed damages Thursday in London's High Court to settle a privacy claim against a British tabloid that had reported they were planning to split.
Yes, we know that trying to forecast anything about the future — the weather, the outcome of an election, where hemlines will end up — is foolhardy and fraught with peril. Take these with several grains of a salt, and perhaps a margarita, too.