At the Washington, D.C., premiere of ‘Zero Dark Thirty,’ director Kathryn Bigelow, screenwriter Mark Boal and former Senator Chris Dodd tried to quash criticisms from lawmakers who say that the movie miscasts history.
Hank Greenberg thinks taxpayers ripped him off in the bailout deal, and he will meet with AIG’s board today in an attempt to convince the company to join his company, Starr International, in a law suit against the federal government.
For nearly six years during the post-9/11 war on terror — including the height of the Iraq war — Stanley McChrystal was the furthest thing from a household name.
As commander of Joint Special Operations Command (known in the military then as Task Force 714), McChrystal led a team of commandos, intelligence analysts and programmers. …
Chuck Hagel, President Obama’s nominee to be the next secretary of defense, may be making news today…but he’s been reading national and international news since he was a kid.
Hagel’s parents were intensely interested in …
Last year was the hottest ever for the continental U.S.—and it wasn’t even close. Just in case you needed more evidence that the climate really is changing.
Voters in Colorado and Washington recently approved the legalization of marijuana for recreational—not “medical”—purposes. But this hardly means that the business of growing and dispensing of pot will be all fun and games.
It takes real skill to be less appreciated than one of the most phobia-inducing insects on the planet, but somehow Congress managed, hitting new lows in a breaking Public Policy Polling survey that found even cockroaches more appealing.
All along during the NHL lockout, fans have felt like they’ve been held hostage by both sides of the negotiations. But that’s nothing compared to businesses that rely on NHL game-day crowds — and have been laying off workers and …