Robert Griffin III ARLINGTON, VA—Noting that they are reproducing at an alarming and unprecedented rate, researchers from the National Science Foundation warned Friday that the planet cannot continue supporting the rapidly growing population of Gronkowskis. TURRIALBA ... 05/4/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
HONG KONG/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China is pressing foreign and Chinese-owned brokerages in Hong Kong and Singapore to hand over stock trading records, sources said, extending its pursuit of "malicious" short sellers of Chinese stocks to overseas jurisdictions.
Mohammad Javad Zarif says it is no longer tolerable that nations including Israel possess nuclear weapons in wake of historic Vienna dealIran’s foreign minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, has called on Israel and the world’s eight other nuclear weapons states to begin disarming, in response to his country’s acceptance of strict curbs on its nuclear programme in an agreement reached earlier this month.
Ivan Reitman says Paul Feig’s Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig-led remake is the only Ghostbusters film on studio Sony Pictures’ slateThe producer of the much-hyped female-fronted reboot of the classic 1980s comedy Ghostbusters has denied reports that a rival male team is also heading for cinemas. Ivan Reitman, who directed 1984’s original Ghostbusters and its 1989 sequel, said in a statement that the only new film on its way to multiplexes would be the confirmed version overseen by Bridesmaids’ film-maker Paul Feig, starring Melissa McCarthy and Kristen Wiig alongside Saturday Night Live alumni Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones.
Lucas Jackson / Reuters Over the next few weeks, The Atlantic will be publishing a series of responses to Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and Me. (An excerpt is available online.) This is the fourth in a series. Readers are invited to send their own responses email@example.com, and we will post their strongest critiques of the book and the accompanied reviews.
The killer of Cecil the lion that has been excoriated around the world in recent days may face Zimbabwean justice for his crime. Zimbabwe’s government has asked that Walter Palmer, a dentist from Minnesota who has admitted to killing the animal, be returned to Africa to be tried. Read full article >>