Articles By Eric Brown

From Sports Apr 15, 2013

2013 Masters Tournament: Adam Scott Becomes First Australian Masters Winner

Adam Scott became the first Australian golfer to win the Masters Tournament with a birdie on the second hole of a sudden-death playoff Sunday.

From Entertainment Sep 17, 2012

Joaquin Phoenix's Role In 'The Master' Might Not Have Happened Without 'I'm Still Here'

Joaquin Phoenix must be feeling pretty proud of himself right about now. His latest film -- "The Master," directed by Paul Thomas Anderson - broke box office records for a limited release film and has debuted to rave reviews.

From Education Sep 17, 2012

Chicago Teachers Union Will Continue Strike; Earliest Classes Could Resume Is Wednesday

The Chicago Teachers Union will continue its strike after delegates voted Sunday to take the outline of a tentative collective-bargaining agreement to the rank and file during the next couple of days. However, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel plans to file for a court injunction to force a quick conclusion to the walkout.

From Politics & Policy Sep 17, 2012

In The Face Of Anti-Islam Film 'Innocence Of Muslims,' Iran Renews Death Threats Against Salman Rushdie

In light of the attention being given the controversial film "Innocence of Muslims," Iran's Ayatollah Hassan Sanei has renewed the country's threat against author Salman Rushdie. Sanei claimed that because Rushdie was not killed after the publication of "The Satanic Verses," anti-Muslim creators have been emboldened to attack the religion.

From Entertainment Sep 16, 2012

Kate Middleton's Topless Photos Spark Amazing, Bizarre Sympathy Site 'Nips Out For Kate'

Kate Middleton's topless-photo scandal has caused a huge uproar online, with many U.K. citizens feeling insulted that anyone would publish those kinds of pictures of their possible future queen consort.

From Tech & Trend Sep 16, 2012

Apple May Be Shipping IPhone 5 Preorders On Time Again After Pushing Back Dates Due To High Demand

Soon after Apple Inc. announced the iPhone 5, customers who preordered the phone online saw their shipping dates pushed back, from Sept. 21 to as far as October, because of high demand. However, it now appears the company may be able to ship on the expected date after all -- at least to some customers.

From Politics & Policy Sep 16, 2012

Rick Santorum: 'Smart People' Will Never Be On The Conservative Side

Former U.S. presidential candidate Rick Santorum railed against the alleged media elite, saying the "smart people" will never be on the side of conservatives during a speech at the Values Voter Summit in Washington on Saturday.

From Law Sep 15, 2012

Apple Store Theft Captured On Video As Robbers Drive Car Through Entrance At Mall

Amazing security camera footage has captured several theieves ramming a BMW into an Apple Store in order to steal iPhones. The Apple Store theft occurred on September 6, as the driver slammed his car into the electronics store and an accomplice loaded a bag with phones.

From Society Sep 15, 2012

Super Typhoon Sanba Continues To Intensify, Threatening Okinawa And South Korea

Super Typhoon Sanba continues to pose grave danger to the Japanese island of Okinawa and the South Korean mainland. Sanba, with peak winds as high as 178 mph, is currently moving north toward Okinawa at 13 mph.

From Entertainment Sep 15, 2012

Mitt Romney: 'I'm Kind Of A Snooki Fan' And Other Gems From The Kelly Ripa Interview

Apparently, Mitt Romney can't get enough of "Jersey Shore" star Snooki. Romney and his wife Ann sat down with Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan for ABC's "Live! With Kelly and Michael" on Friday, when Romney revealed that he prefers the "tiny" Snooki to competing reality-television star Honey Boo Boo.