, which is both its strength and its flaw. It's a flaw if you're expecting traditional horror and dread. The kind of dread that does emerge is, for example, a young gay man's dread of coming out. Or an immigrant's horror at being forced to fit into a closed society that loathes him.Kieren returns to his home village of Roarton, in northern England. Complications arise ...
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sat on for more than a year or you receive a flurry of excessive and/or illegal information requests, that's not targeting. That's what former acting IRS commissioner Steve Miller, speaking at a new Ways & Means hearing, on Friday called "horrible customer service."To a layperson, the semantic parsing over whether the Tea Party-type groups were targeted or not seems ...
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Every week we are inspired by the many people throughout the country who are doing excellent work to challenge the power structure and put forward a new path for the country. The popular resistance to plutocracy, concentrated wealth and corporatism is decentralized, creative and growing. One growing series of protests has been the "MoralMonday" demonstrations in North Carolina. They ...
Edmonton police have released a photo radar image taken May 10, 2013, of a new dark grey Dodge Dart involved in the alleged abduction of a woman on May 16, 2013, near Rexall ...
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It's an unfortunate fact of life that contemporary American society views the aging of men and women differently: men become distinguished while women just become old. Some older men (like Sean Connery or Paul Newman) actually become more desirable as older grace enhances their inherent handsome features, while older women just become wrinkled, and are cast aside and replaced with young twentysom ... ...
puttered through the winding streets of a tony enclave near Israel’s presidential residence. The spring evening was warm, and the scent of flowers filled the air. The neighborhood was a calm oasis, away from the dust and tumult of the Old City. The streets were particularly empty after the Sabbath began on Friday, April 15, 1983. The Simca drove along HaPalmach Street and stopped in front ...
Chinese people aren't known for their respect for rules of the road. Drunk driving, drag racing, and jaywalking all plague city streets. The latest astounding fashion: prepaying fines.According to a recent media report, a man in Nanchang, capital city of Jiangxi Province, was caught jaywalking and asked to pay 10 yuan ($1.62) under a new traffic regulation issued earlier this year. He took ...
The video has not been released publicly and there is no way to verify whether it is authentic. Reports by gossip website Gawker and The Toronto Star said it was taken by a man who claimed he had sold crack to Mayor Rob Ford. Ford said when he emerged from his house on Friday that the allegations are "ridiculous." He later made similar comments twice outside his office, but ...
From right, actors Emma Watson, Claire Julien, director Sofia Coppola and actor Taissa Fariga pose for photographers during a photo call for the film The Bling Ring in Cannes on May 16, 2013. (Franois ...
JEEPNEY RIDER "Fast and Furious 6" star Vin Diesel, here in Manila on a three-day visit to promote the latest installment of the blockbuster action series, chills inside a passenger jeepney. Diesel's twin brother Paul is married to a Filipino. PHOTO FROM VIN DIESEL'S FACEBOOK ...
What They Said
He is the most evil, vile, demonic criminal. He is dead to me. There will be no visits, there will be no phone calls. He can never be Daddy again. I have no sympathy for the man.
Gregg was speaking about her father Ariel Castro who allegedly kidnapped, raped and held captive for a decade, three young women in Cleveland, Ohio.
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I had mixed feelings coming back to this old hotel. I had been staying there on-and-off for 20 years, and ...Keep reading
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North Korea Saturday launched three short-range guided missiles into the Sea of Japan, Yonhap News Agency reported, citing South Korea's defence ministry.
It was reported that the defence ministry detected two missiles launched in the morning and the last one was in the afternoon.
The defence ministry said the launching might be a training or a test launch, according to their observation, and that South Korea is in a high level of readiness, reported Xinhua.
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