ISLAMABAD, Pakistan –“Very Zero, Very Dark” reads one Pakistani film review. “Zero IQ Thirty” another headline screams. But just like Osama Bin Laden, the subject of the Oscar contender that recreates the most expensive manhunt in history, “Zero Dark Thirty” is not supposed to be in Pakistan.
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Americans’ love affair with fast food may be far from over, but there are signs we may be cutting down on French fries, greasy burgers and other artery-clogging food, according to a new study.
U.S. gas prices have hit a four-month high after 32 straight days of increasess. The Automobile Association of America said Monday that the national average for a gallon of regular is $3.73 — 43 cents more than a month ago — with prices topping $4 in California and Hawaii.
As if it isn’t embarrassing enough for a company to have its official Twitter account compromised, sometimes hackers like to add insult to injury. On Monday, a post on the official (and verified) Twitter account for Burger King declared that the fast-food chain “just got sold to McDonalds!
In the first month home from war, one Marine routinely searched his darkened bedroom for the rifle he’d left in Iraq, while another Marine shunned his favorite nightspot for fear that someone in the club might carry a gun.
The Statue of Liberty no longer towers over huddled masses these days. Instead, at her feet sit Dumpsters filled with debris, piles of dirt and bricks ripped from the walkway that once led tourists around Liberty Island.
On the stand, Jodi Arias describes her sexual relationship with Travis Alexander on a weekend getaway in Ehrenberg, AZ.
The day after the Brazil nightclub fire, Mattheus Bortolotto described what he experienced to a local television station: “The emergency exits did not work, and then I lost my friend in the confusion. Then a girl died in my arms. I felt her heart stop beating.”
Jennifer Tyrrell cried when she got the news Monday that the Boy Scouts of America may be changing its policy to admit gays and lesbians as Scouts and leaders.
First Read: A bipartisan group of senators formally unveiled an immigration reform framework that they hope the Senate could pass “in overwhelming and bipartisan fashion” by late spring or early summer.
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