The writer whose Rolling Stone article brought down Gen. Stanley McChrystal said he never thought his reporting would bring about the effective end of McChrystal’s career, as well as a crisis for the Obama administration.
Gen. Stanley McChrystal’s firing may have long-term effects on the media’s access to the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
Three miles off the coast of Alaska, BP is moving ahead with a controversial and potentially record-setting project to drill two miles under the sea and then six to eight miles horizontally to reach what is believed to be a 100-million-barrel reservoir of oil under federal waters.
A Portland, Ore., massage therapist gave local police a detailed statement last year alleging that former Vice President Al Gore groped her, kissed her and made unwanted sexual advances during a late-night massage session in October 2006 in a suite at the upscale Hotel Lucia.
Americans are literally lining up around the block as Apple’s iPhone 4 hits store shelves today.
American John Isner finally won the longest tennis match in history at Wimbledon today, defeating Nicolas Mahut 70-68 in the fifth set.
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