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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - Rob Ford
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's admitted crack cocaine use has spurred the creation of a video game that lets players dabble in the political world while picking up marijuana leafs and crack pipes — a so-dubbed "Crackathon" experience that's taken the Internet gaming world by storm.
Rob Ford, Toronto's now infamous mayor, has done it again: He cast the sole "no" votes at a City Council meeting to congratulate Olympian athletes and to name a street in honor of Nelson Mandela — and after outrage, tried to blame it on his sore back.
What could be controversial about the city of Toronto congratulating Canada's Olympic and Paralympic athletes?
Kevin Spacey on Saturday tweeted a Photoshopped image of himself between Toronto mayor Rob Ford and his brother in response to the siblings' criticism that he won't take photos with them.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is claiming he wouldn't know Kevin Spacey "if I ran over him," a week after the House of Cards star poked fun at the mayor when both appeared on a late night talk show.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, famous around the world for his admitted smokes of the crack cocaine pipe, which he then blamed on his intoxication, now has a new flap to face: He incorrectly told constituents to turn back the clocks for daylight saving time, not forward.
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is laughing off Jimmy Kimmel's suggestion that he get help for his drinking.
Embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford laughed off Jimmy Kimmel's suggestion that he get help for his drinking problem and was reported to be upset about his appearance on the late-night TV talk show.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford says he no longer uses illegal drugs, goes to the gym every day and doesn't drink as much as he used to.
The antics of embattled Toronto Mayor Rob Ford could soon be coming to a TV or movie screen.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and his brother, a city councilor, are launching a YouTube series called "Ford Nation."
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford, whose admitted crack cocaine use and bizarre antics made him a favorite of late-night comedians, now has a video channel of his own.
Rob Ford, the Toronto mayor who made international headlines after admitting he smoked crack while drunk, now has a new scandal at his door: He's being sued by his sister's ex-boyfriend.
Pop star Justin Bieber is giving Toronto Mayor Rob Ford a brief respite as Canada's favorite bad boy and butt of all jokes.
A new video of Mayor Rob Ford emerged Tuesday that shows him swearing and slurring his words while apparently trying to imitate a Jamaican accent.
"We all make errors," Mr. Ford said, explaining that he was simply stretching his sore back and hit the "no" button on the voting machine too quickly, The Associated Press reported. "I guess I pushed the wrong button. Of course, I support Nelson Mandela."
Mr. Ford clarified he also supports Canada's Olympians — and especially the Paralympic athletes included in the vote of congratulations.