March 12, 2015 8:11 PM John Kerry chides a certain governor over 'climate change' ban
WASHINGTON — Secretary of State John Kerry said Thursday that elected officials who ban the words “climate change” are unwilling to face the facts, a non-so-subtle dig at Florida Gov. Rick Scott's administration. Kerry, a longtime champion of combatting climate change, said the officials were ignoring the scientific facts. “Now folks, we literally do not have the time to waste 12 1
March 11, 2015 10:37 PM Hillary’s Totally Lame Dem Challengers
It has been said of the fierce competition that comes with presidential primaries that steel sharpens steel. If true, Hillary Clinton is going to be one dull blade if she gets to the general election. The scandal involving Clinton’s State Department emails, as well as the foreign donations to her family foundation, have provided plenty of fodder for her potential 5
March 11, 2015 5:27 PM Uncharted 4 has been delayed until Spring 2016
The next instalment in one of Playstation’s flagship franchises, Uncharted 4, has been delayed until next year. In a blog post on the Playstation website, Neil Druckmann, the head of the studio behind the game; Naughty Dog, said that the ambition of the game was behind the delay. “After spending so many years with Nathan Drake, he means a lot to the team, and telling 30
March 11, 2015 1:14 PM The Clinton Way: Hillary Follows a Familiar Script
Our colleague Perry Bacon Jr. put it well: What we learned yesterday is that Hillary Clinton hasn't changed a thing. In her news conference responding to her use of personal emails as secretary of state, Clinton was 1) lawyerly, 2) dismissive of the news media's interest in the story (that's why she began her remarks talking about her speech at the UN and the Iran negotiations)
March 11, 2015 1:04 PM For Hillary, questions still swirl: Ruth Marcus
WASHINGTON -- For what she says is the sake of "convenience" -- who wants to have to fiddle with two hand-held devices when one will do nicely? -- Hillary Clinton bought herself a heap of trouble. Then she added to the pile by failing to explain herself for a full week. The storm over her use of a private email account mushroomed -- as was inevitable
March 11, 2015 11:04 AM Serena Williams Returns To Indian Wells, But Who Is Forgiving Whom?
Out of breath after battling three hours of traffic, Glenn and Sheila Alperstein settled into their seats at the 2001 Indian Wells tournament for a semifinal match between Venus and Serena Williams. They had purchased tickets just days before in anticipation of seeing at least one of the Williams sisters, who had three Grand Slam singles titles between 22
March 11, 2015 10:14 AM Reckless Indiscipline! NDC must control its executives
A Political party is a collection of individuals with different backgrounds, status and educational levels. In fact, in every human institution, disagreements are bound to happen, but it must be managed in the best interest of the party. It is as a result of the above that the governing National Democratic Congress (NDC) must strongly discipline its members 3
March 11, 2015 6:45 AM The shame of recruitment scandals in Ghana
Last week, it was reported that the Ghana Police Service has been hit by a massive scandal after a top official allegedly embarked on a fake recruitment drive which saw over 200 prospective police officers reporting to various Police Training Centres across the country ready to be trained after they fell victim to the scheme. The victims were reportedly 35
March 10, 2015 4:38 PM "My marriage to Akosua Agyepong died because I failed to call in 10 days"
Highlife legend Amandzeba Nat Brew says his failure to call his wife Akosua Agyepong for ten days whilst on a trip to the USA cost him his 15 year-old-marriage. The marriage between the two celebrities was one that made the headlines in the 1990s. They were the hottest celebrity couple in the country but what caused their marriage to end after 15 years 8
March 10, 2015 10:26 AM Greek bailout talks: Are stereotypes of lazy Greeks true?
Greece has been accused of wasting time after weeks of wrangling over economic reforms needed to extend its eurozone bailout and pay its debts. Strong statements from Eurogroup head Jeroen Dijsselbloem and German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble have created an impression that its new left-wing leaders are not pulling their weight. German tabloid 45