3 hrs ago
'Dancing With the Stars' recap: No second chance for a second dance
LET IT GO AND SHAKE IT OFF After a wild first night of stars both failing to meet and exceeding expectations, the first celebrity is eliminated. Also gone for the rest of the season: feather boas and cellphone props.
10 hrs ago
A Referendum on the Union Jack
It's often said that an era's fashions reflect its politics, but this week sees a chance for fashion designers to take the lead, as the London shows for the Spring 2015 collections coincide with the Scottish referendum on independence . Ever since a September 7th poll showed that a slight majority supported independence, there has been an onslaught of pro-union campaigning: warnings of market turmoil and a corporate exodus, and entreaties from the leaders of the three major British parties, who rushed north from Westminster to plea that the two neighbors really are "better together."
Sun Sep 14, 2014
The New Zealand Herald
There's more to Harry than meets the eye
As the Prince marks his 30th birthday, biographer Penny Junor looks at some of the qualities of this complex young man. Prince Harry poses with Ngati Ranana Maori Dancers as he meets the New Zealand Invictus Team at New Zealand House in London.
Wed Sep 10, 2014
The Star Online
Saudi shuts women athletes out of Asian Games
Sarah Attar, who created history when she became the first female athlete to compete in the Olympics, in London, in 2012, when she ran the 800m event. - Reuters Despite fielding two women athletes at the last Olympic Games in London, Saudi Arabia has reverted to its sexist policy.
Mon Sep 08, 2014
WNFL-AM Green Bay
Asian Games: Women sidelined as Saudi Arabia selec...
Saudi Arabia has failed to include a single female athlete in its 199-strong team for the upcoming Asian Games in South Korea, saying its women are not sufficiently competitive. The Saudi stance sparked criticism from Human Rights Watch, which condemned its all-male line-up, saying the ultra-conservative state was shutting the door on female athletes, having previously shown signs of wanting to break down barriers.
Invictus Games: Chair Sir Keith Mills talks Prince Harry and Olympic legacy
The challenge of organising a brand new international multi-sports event in just seven months might sound like an impossible ask, but that's exactly what Invictus Games chairman Sir Keith Mills and his team have achieved. Invictus games chairman Sir Keith Mills at the unveiling of the medals with Garrard CEO Eric Deardorff and Sergeant Craig Gadd .
Sat Sep 06, 2014
It's been a struggle, admits Harry over his role in war wounded's...
It's been a struggle, admits Harry over his role in war wounded's 'Paralympics': Prince reveals for the first time why he's nervous about hero Games They have been billed as this year's Olympic Games, the sporting event that will send a positive message about life beyond disability for servicemen and women wounded on the front line. But while the world awaits the lavish opening ceremony of the first Invictus Games on Wednesday, organiser Prince Harry has spoken for the first time about how difficult it has been to put on the Paralympics-style event.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Vijender Singh backs out of Incheon Asian Games 2014 due to nose injury: Reports
Indian start boxer Vijender Singh has backed out of the 2014 Asian Games to be held in South Korea due to a nose injury, according to reports.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
The Indianapolis Star
Photos: Birthday tribute to Reggie Miller
Reggie Miller and his family, right, raise his number to the roof of Conseco during a halftime ceremony.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
ISIL: Independent regional actor or CIA-Mossad proxy?
Recent territorial gains in Iraq by the ISIL, the self-proclaimed Islamic State also known as ISIS or DAESH, allegedly without foreknowledge of the western powers, beg the question of who is behind the al-Qa'ida alumnus.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
'Sex harassment' scandal rocks skating in Japan
A sexual harassment scandal was gripping Japan's skating world on Wednesday after pictures emerged of a young heartthrob Olympian in the clutches of the 49-year-old boss of his sport.