Articles By Jeff Stone
While the 2012 Olympic Games in London will be remembered for the great athletic performances and decidedly British opening ceremony, fans are certain to remember the tone that was set by the song “Chariots of Fire.” It started with Mr.
Italian divers have found the remains of a ship off Genoa that is thought to have sunk as long as 2,000 years ago.
The video of a buxom Russian woman inadvertently filming her breasts while she balanced on a beam high above ground has spread over the Internet like wildfire. In just a few days the 'skywalker' has gained international attention with page views numbering in the hundreds of thousands.
Ryan Lochte is now rumored to be the focal point of at least two different reality show ideas.
The controversial Westboro Baptist Church of Topeka, Kan., wasted no time Sunday in reacting to the tragic death of Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid's son, Garrett Reid, and the even more tragic shootings at the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin.
As the inevitable speculation begins in the wake of the shootings at a Sikh temple in Wisconsin on Sunday, it is important to note Sikhism is unrelated to Islam. Sikhism is believed to have more than 20 million adherents around the world and thought to have an estimated 250,000 of them in the U.S.
At least seven people have been killed in a hostage situation at a Wisconsin temple. The shooter, who is believed to be a white male in his 30s or 40s, was killed after shooting at a police officer.
Oscar Pistorius qualified for the 400-meter semifinals at the London 2012 Olympic Games Saturday, when he became the first double-amputee runner to compete in history of the Olympics. Hailing from South Africa, Pistorius runs on two prosthetic legs.
Harper Gruzins, the 11-year-old girl who sang the U.S. national anthem at a Major League Soccer game last weekend, has come under fire across the country for her version of the song. Given the difficultly singers have with the song, some sports fans are wondering why it is performed so often in the first place.
As Ryan Lochte's time at the London 2012 Olympic Games began to wind down this weekend, the American swimmer admitted it is common for Olympians to pee in the pool.