Articles By Jeff Stone
From Entertainment Sep 17, 2012
The big winner at the box office this weekend was “Resident Evil: Retribution,” although the real story might be the success behind the debut of “The Master,” which starred Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman.
From Politics & Policy Sep 17, 2012
It will be the first time the public has been granted access to the document, which was signed by George Washington and detailed the ratification process of America's most sacred document. hile A letter written by George Washington to Arthur St. Clair, the president of the existing Congress has never been recovered.
From Politics & Policy Sep 16, 2012
The violence and widespread protests that have plagued Cairo and sections of the Middle East spread into Sydney, Australia Saturday as police clashed with hundreds of angry demonstrators.
From Entertainment Sep 16, 2012
No one will accuse Mandy Patinkin of not telling fans what he really thinks. During a recent interview with New York Magazine the former “Criminal Minds” actor opened up about his disdain for that show, saying he considers it one of the main flubs in his entire career. Patinkin's regret evaporated when he signed on to work with Claire Daines in "Homeland.
From Society Sep 15, 2012
Few would say we're living in a time when people have much respect for each other. The Internet that was supposed to have ushered in an "information superhighway" has morphed into a snarky battleground, and the presidential race reeks of angry versus angrier instead of being suffused by what voters need.
From Sports Sep 15, 2012
The most endearing thing about Jay Cutler is that he's kind of a jerk. The Chicago Bears quarterback, while crazy-talented, has never lived up to the hype surrounding him, and that -- combined with the mopey attitude fans see -- has made him incredibly easy to hate. And, oh yeah, he's engaged to a blond bombshell reality-television star.
From Tech Sep 15, 2012
Fans of the popular BitTorrent site Demonoid were teased earlier this week when the domain's server went through an update, leading many file-sharers to believe the site would be up and running again soon. Although hope isn't dead yet, Demonoid's tech administrator told Torrent Freak that they are "not looking into putting the site back up at the moment.
From Art Sep 14, 2012
A family in Guatemala was scraping the walls in their home to prepare for a renovation when they found Mayan murals that were painted onto the walls hundreds of years ago. The pictures underneath the plaster in the family’s kitchen hadn’t been seen in centuries, according to National Geographic.
From Tech Sep 14, 2012
A hacker that claimed to be a part of the group Anonymous published a text file on the Internet Thursday in an apparent retaliation for the arrest of ex-Anonymous spokesman Barrett Brown. Talking Points Memo reports that the document (which you can find here) contains the authentic names, credit card data and other information about a random series of 13 government employees.
From Entertainment Sep 14, 2012
The news that Jerry "The King" Lawler collapsed from a heart attack Monday night scared not only his close friends and family, but the fans that have supported the former wrestler and current WWE commentator throughout his career.