Videocameras and even cell phone cameras are forbidden in some delivery rooms. Supposedly they violate the staff's rights and create a "media circus." Hospitals probably won't mention their other concern: Recordings are being entered as evidence in medical malpractice suits. »2/04/11 9:55am 2/04/11 9:55am
Anna Chapman can add actress to her bizarre resume after playing herself in a parody of a popular Soviet spy film. The spoof ran during New Year's programming on Russia's state-controlled TV network and portrayed Chapman as a patriot. »1/03/11 1:40pm 1/03/11 1:40pm
Using new government data, the Huffington Post has ranked 13 products by the number of countries that use child labor to produce them. The goods include coffee, cocoa, tobacco, cotton and rugs. »12/27/10 10:33am 12/27/10 10:33am
[Netherlands, October 20: Sui Lu of China performs on the beam during the women's team final of the World Gymnastics Championships in Rotterdam. China won the bronze medal. Image via AP.] »10/21/10 9:56am 10/21/10 9:56am
Today during her first real day on the job, Elena Kagan will meet privately with fellow justices to decide which cases will be heard. This first meeting with a new colleague is said to be anxiety-producing even for veteran justices. »9/27/10 9:55am 9/27/10 9:55am
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