Ford is teaming up with the Emmy Award-winning creators of The Amazing Race to create the first interactive real-time road rally featuring the new 2012 Ford Focus.
Every generation seeks a hero or an anti-hero, a trend or countertrend, a fashion or non-fashion to define itself in both politics and the culture, pop and otherwise. Recall Dustin Hoffman as Benjamin Braddock in the movie "The Graduate," lolling about in his parents' swimming pool, fins and all, with no place to go. Quintessential '60s.
If we buy into the knee-jerk reaction that what's needed is more sexual education and greater advocacy of the gay agenda, we're selling short all kids, gay and straight. What they need instead is character education.
"I think this is going well," remarked New Yorker editor David Remnick to his audience at a weekend panel on the tea party movement.
Good grief, Charlie Brown. The world has certainly changed since the Peanuts were born.
The Israeli military said Tuesday it was launching an investigation into a YouTube video that appears to show an Israeli soldier dancing around a blindfolded Palestinian Muslim woman.
Reciprocal death sentences raging between Yemen and the United States offer a glimpse of warfare in the Internet age.
Former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel said he plans to hit Chicago's grocery stores, train stops, "bowling alleys and hot dog stands" as he prepares to run for mayor of the nation's third-largest city.
Movie fans are spending some face time with a story about the founders of Facebook.