Posts Tagged ‘u-s-’
Denver Airport Manager of Aviation Kim Day told KMGH-TV in Denver that the incident involved "a couple thousands of bags over a couple of days." The breach was first reported by the station.The rest is here: Hundred of Bags Reportedly Went Unscanned at Airport
Prosecutors say a New Hampshire man obsessed with getting a Harley-Davidson motorcycle beat his landlord to death, assumed his identify and stole his pickup truck so he could trade it for the bike.Excerpted from:Cops: N.H. Man Beat Landlord to Death for Motorcycle
A small but growing number of school districts across the country are moving to a four-day week, in a shift they hope will help close gaping budget holes and stave off teacher layoffs, but that critics fear could hurt students' education.Originally posted here: Schools' New Math: the Four-Day Week
CNN's Zain Verjee spoke with Christopher Hill, U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, about the new hurdles for the Iraqi government. Read the rest here: Shaping Iraq's government
Jeff Bridges, Oscar winner for best actor, talks about his role in "Crazy Heart" and how he's still "digging the dude." More here: Jeff Bridges still 'the dude'
The stars of Hollywood take to the red carpet at the 82nd Annual Academy Awards. See the original post: Oscar red carpet
Christoph Waltz, who won best supporting actor, credits director Quentin Tarantino for bringing his dreams back to life. Originally posted here: Waltz credits Tarantino
Pete Docter, director of "Up," talks backstage at the Oscars about the movie's big win as best animated film. See more here: 'Up' director gives advice
Director Kathryn Bigelow, whose film "The Hurt Locker" won six Oscars, says "never give up on your dream." Go here to see the original: Bigelow 'never dared to hope'
Sandra Bullock, who won the Oscar for best actress, talks backstage about her big win. Source:Bullock 'in awe of this'
Hollywood honors its own at the 82nd annual Academy Awards. More here: A night for Oscar
How is Bahrain capitalizing on the waning economy of its neighbor, Dubai? CNN's Richard Quest reports. Read more here: Bahrain's economy
Mo'Nique shared her feelings backstage after winning the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. See original here: Backstage with Mo'Nique
Once again, a handful of green films will be competing for this year's Academy Awards. Excerpt from:Green Oscars
Fareed Zakaria analyzes what's at stake in Iraq's second legislative election since the U.S. toppled Saddam Hussein. Read more from the original source: The Rise of a new Iraq?
From tuxedos to gowns, Hollywood's elite don their finest on the red carpet at the Oscars. The rest is here: Fashion at the Oscars
Mallika Kapur revisits the child stars of Slumdog Millionair a year after it bagged 8 Oscars. Here is the original post: Slumdog kids, a year later
Medvedev isn't happy after the Olympics. If they don't improve, punishment may become Russia's new winter sport. See original here: Russian Sports Under Pressure
Phil Black travels with Afghanistan's president to the town of Marjah that until recently was controlled by the Taliban. Hamid Karzai visits Marjah
Nic Robertson has more on Adam Gadahn, the American spokesman for al Qaeda. Read the original: al Qaeda spokesman arrested
In a few towns where K-9 dogs were cut, citizens rallied to raise money to keep the animals at work.See the original post here: Police Departments Cut People, but Not K-9 Units
Escondido Police Chief Jim Maher said Amber Dubois' bones were found early Saturday and positively identified through dental records later in the day.See original here: Remains of Missing Calif. Girl, 14, Found Year Later
This week, a 600 page fatwa holds that suicide bombings and other forms of terrorism are prohibited in Islam. The Anti-Jihad
President Obama praises Iraqis for holding national elections on their parliamentary body. Read the original post: Iraqis hold elections
Former GOP House Majority Leader Tom Delay talks about the strategies of Nancy Pelosi and Harry Reid. Read more: 'The Hammer' talks about Dems