Your Search Returned 380 tagged news reports
The Saturday Profile Australia's Brand Name for Ferocity Is Softened by Illness Katrin Koenning for the International Herald Tribune Mark Brandon Read, better known as Chopper, with his dog, Bonnie, in Collingwood, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia.
San Francisco's EFF fights to protect text messages from police search Should the police be able to read and even reply to text messages on the phone of a suspect without a warrant? The Electronic Frontier Foundation in San Francisco doesn't think so,
Jill Clayburgh died on Friday at her home in Connecticut after a 21-year leukemia battle. A Read more on Jill read more Factory Girl director George Hickenlooper was found dead on Saturday...Filmmaker George Hickenlooper read more Soprano's actress
It ploughed through a fence, narrowly missed a trampoline where a child had been playing minutes earlier, crashed through a second fence and came to rest against a caravan. Police said a breath test returned a blood alcohol reading of 0.285 per cent.
When I receive some emails: if not read or start running. The following is one of these: "'I have been forbidden to publish this' My name is Eloise and I
Mark "Chopper" Read has collapsed ahead of a scheduled media conference in Melbourne. Long-time friend Al Rama says Read, who has terminal liver cancer, "just sort of fainted" while walking out to his car in Melbourne today. "Unfortunately Chopper
Welcome to an avant-garde classroom in Illinois, where nonfiction is edging out fiction. It's part of a controversial curriculum shake-up and marks a pivotal change in thinking about what public school students should be reading to prepare for
After more than 80 years of providing student-friendly twists on current events, the classroom magazine Weekly Reader will be folded into Scholastic News , Scholastic Inc. has announced . The consolidated magazine will be called Scholastic News
The Weekly Reader, a New York-based educational classroom magazine, will be shutting down, officials said. The weekly magazine was bought out by its main rival, Scholastic, in February from its former owner, the Reader's Digest Association, the New
In her new movie, Mirror Mirror , an inventive reworking of the Snow White story, Julia Roberts plays the evil queen, pursued by advancing age, losing her looks and uncertain if anyone still likes her. Oddly, a number of reviewers have wondered what