Tropical Storm Imelda made landfall in southeastern Texas and is moving inland.
Race stewards entered into a review process that lasted over 15 minutes, ultimately disqualifying Maximum Security after the horse moved into another lane on the final turn, blocking the path for War of Will, Long Range Toddy and Country House.
Avenatti's critics often point to his media appearances in an attempt to discredit him.
A group of psychologists say body-oriented therapies can heal the deepest layers of the brain—and they're hoping neuroscience will prove them right.
The social media giant's scale may be enough to swamp smaller upstarts in the workplace communications space.
"Tasteless, graphic and gratuitously sexual songs saturate the airwaves and filter into our homes," Newsweek reported in 1985.
The popular online video-streaming service refuses to air an ad that is critical of Amendment 67.
Despite a five-year losing streak, the defection of its most important Beltway fans, and a key management shake-up, the Skins generate more revenue than the Yankees. How is that possible?
IT MUST DRIVE HENRY KISSINGER CRAZY to be sitting on the sidelines while the post-cold-war world realigns itself An opportunity like this hasn't come along since the Congress of Vienna in 1814, when Austrian Prince Klemens von Metternich and his colleagues established a finely balanced European order that averted all-out war for a century.
As the host of NBC's "Late Night," David Letterman usually poses the questions, but last Wednesday guest Steve Martin turned the tables. "Can I ask you a question?" he began, innocently enough. "When you drive to work, does NBC pay or do you have to drive yourself?" Letterman, uneasy, deadpanned: "It's something that perhaps could be negotiated." Then Martin asked to try out the host's chair and eased into it. "The reason I'm asking is, I happen to be friendly with NBC," he said.