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Hairdresser and photographer Michael Angelo normally spends hectic days at his salon in New York City's Meatpacking District, Wonderland Beauty Parlor -- retouching blonde highlights and getting models ready for photo shoots -- but recently he was...
A new UN panel is vowing to hold North Korea's Kim regime to 'full accountability' for decades of mass crime and murder. Will Pyongyang face ICC indictment?
The commingled remains of 13 fallen service members - mostly Marines - killed in the last armed action of the Vietnam War were laid to rest May 15 at Arlington National Cemetery, Va. The men died in a raid known today as the Mayaguez Incident,...
Recent developments in health and science news. This week: A Maya pyramid in Belize ruined by a construction crew, and evidence of scientific consensus on climate change.
Keynote address from the Service of Celebration at the College of William and Mary on May 11, 2013. We gather here today, at this auspicious time and place, for the Service of Celebration, an annual multifaith Commencement ceremony that reflects...
Jim Heston, an American guesthouse operator in Cambodia, has lived a life in denim and has the photos to prove it. There were the dungarees he wore as a little boy, the dark bell-bottoms he had on for a hike up Japan's Mount Fuji, and the Levis...
Illegal logging and unchecked economic development are taking a devastating toll on the forests of Vietnam and neighboring countries, threatening areas of biodiversity so rich that 1,700 species have been discovered in the last 15 years alone.
Barbara Scharres May 19, 2013
Print Page TweetOn a day when the sun is finally shining and it doesn’t even look like rain, Cannes doesn’t automatically inspire dark thoughts of criminal masterminds and evil-doers prowling...