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It was the trip of their dreams: to tour South America riding their bicycles. Jamie Neal and Garret Hand, a couple from the San Francisco area, left last November and began chronicling their trip on social media.
CNN.com – Latin America
Chris Brown is calling the infamous Rihanna beating in 2009 the “deepest regret of my life, the biggest mistake.”Brown told the UK Mirror, “Sometimes you row, you fight, with the one you love and things get said, stuff spirals.”He added, “But she…
I first came into politics because I wanted to stand up for some of the most vulnerable people in our society – children like my son who have special needs. I spent years fighting to get him the education and the support he needs. When people talk to me about struggling I understand because I have lived through it. As a mum of four I know what it is to work hard and sacrifice for your family in these tough economic times.
Even though I lost at the General Election in 2010 I didn’t give up. I carried on working with local people and campaigning on the issues that matter to them – not because it was going to help me win an election, but because it was the right thing to do. You could never represent the people of Eastleigh without living and breathing their concerns. I’m not a career politician, but someone who truly believes that an MP should be a voice for local people.
The latest signs of a rebound in housing are sending stocks sharply higher on Wall Street.
Silvio Berlusconi’s conservative coalition got enough votes in Italy’s parliamentary election to deny its main rival of the support it needs to form a stable government, marking its leader’s swift return from his political deathbed.
WSJ.com: What’s News Asia
In case anyone forgot that The New York Times gave Tesla’s Model S a bad review recently, Elon Musk is in the news doing everything
Forbes Real Time
Bernanke Defends Asset Buying as Benefits Outweigh Risks
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke defended the central bank's unprecedented asset purchases, saying they are supporting the expansion with little risk of inflation or asset-price bubbles. “We do not see the potential costs of the increased risk- …
Bernanke: There is no stock bubble
Bernanke: Economy still needs Fed stimulus
Bernanke plays down easing concerns
New York Daily News
Ben Affleck loses the grizzly beard after Oscars win
New York Daily News
While some Hollywood A-Listers celebrated their Oscar wins with champagne and schmoozing, now two-time Academy Award winner Ben Affleck celebrated by shaving his beard. The 40-year-old "Argo" actor and director reportedly shaved off his gruff patch …
Jennifer Lawrence, Ben Affleck change their looks
Jennifer Lawrence goes back to 'Hunger Games' roots, Ben Affleck shaves his …
Ben Affleck hits stride in Hollywood
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Stocks climbed on Tuesday, rebounding from their worst decline since November after Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke defended the Fed's bond-buying stimulus before Congress. Bernanke, in testimony before the Senate Banking Committee, strongly defended the Fed's bond-buying stimulus program and quieted rumblings that the central bank may pull back from its stimulative policy measures, which were sparked by the release of the Fed minutes last week. …