Here are some quick facts about German high jumper Ariane Friedrich, who has stirred national debate about privacy leading up to the Olympics after posting public information on Facebook about an alleged Facebook stalker.
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German high-jumper Ariane Friedrich has publicly revealed the identity of the man she says harassed her and e-mailed her pictures of his genitals. The 28-year old athlete, who is the midst of training for London's Summer 2012 Olympics, posted the alleged stalker's name, e-mail address, his hometown, and excerpts from the e-mails she received, reported MSN news. She has also filed a criminal complaint with authorities, who are now investigating the matter.
The New York Republican primary may be awarding the most delegates of all the presidentials contests on Tuesday, but Manhattan voters largely stayed home. Their state traditionally votes Democrat in the general election, and the GOP nomination has already been all but declared for Mitt Romney.
U.S. regulators are investigating major U.S. movie studios' dealings with China as the entertainment companies try to get a greater foothold in one of the fastest-growing movie markets in the world.
In an article titled ?Calling All Carnivores,? the New York Times Magazine issued a challenge to its readers in early April, asking them to make a case for why it?s ethical to eat meat, illustrating yet again the liberal bias of the mainstream media.
Fifty Shades of Grey, E L James' S&M erotica, has sat atop The New York Times' Best Sellers list for seven weeks straight. Casting for the movie has already caused a buzz, despite the fact that no solid offers have been made. Many young Hollywood heartthrobs are rumored to be in talks for the Fifty Shades of Grey leading role of Christian Grey. Ian Somerhalder is the latest glove thrown in the ring.
The 2012 Tribeca Film Festival is currently featuring a wide range of intriguing documentaries. The festival's selections such as The List and Searching For Sugar Man are allowing innovative cinematic voices to emerge. For documentary filmmaker Ondi Timoner, her work being honored at the Sundance Film Festival proved to be life altering.
Two Democratic lawmakers on Monday said they are launching an investigation into allegations of bribery at Wal-Mart Stores Inc's Mexican affiliate.
The sinking of Wal-Mart's stock after the Mexican Bribery Scandal, cost the retail powerhouse $4.5 Billion. The loss comes after its investors watched as the companies Mexican subsidiary tried to cover up accusations of corruption in their growth practices.
Stocks slid on Monday as resurgent uncertainty in Europe cast doubts on the bloc's ability to push through measures to end its debt crisis, while Wal-Mart weighed on the Dow after a report it stymied a probe into bribery allegations.
On Monday, the state-run North Korean news agency broadcast a military statement threatening to reduce the rat-like groups of South Korea to ashes in three or four minutes...
Stocks fell more than 1 percent on Monday as renewed anxiety over Europe's economy and the region's debt crisis spurred profit-taking, while Wal-Mart weighed on the Dow after a report it stymied a probe into bribery allegations.
Stock index futures pointed to a sharply lower open on Monday on weak European data and renewed anxiety over how the region would tackle its debt crisis, while Wal-Mart slumped after a report it stymied a probe into bribery allegations.
The companies whose shares are moving in pre-market trade Monday are: Ardea Biosciences, Amylin Pharmaceuticals, Savient Pharmaceuticals, Amarin Corp, DR Horton, Achillion Pharmaceuticals, SGOCO Group, Kellogg Co, Wal-Mart Stores and United States Steel Corp.
New York Times says Wal-Mart suppressed an investigation into an extensive bribery campaign carried out by top executives of its Mexican subsidiary
Kenyans dominated yet another large city marathon on Sunday, with Wilson Kipsang and Mary Keitany winning in London.
The United States believes a Chinese firm sold North Korea components for a missile transporter showcased in a recent military parade and will press Beijing to tighten enforcement of a U.N. ban on such military sales, a U.S. official said on Saturday.
A shortage of domestic coal has postponed the construction of new power plants in the energy-starved country.
Charles W. Chuck Colson, who served as a special counsel to U.S. President Richard Nixon from 1969 to 1973, died of complications related to a brain hemorrhage on Saturday at 3:12 p.m. EDT, according to one of the two evangelical Christian organizations he founded. He was 80.
Dania Suarez, one of the alleged Colombian prostitutes involved in the recent U.S. Secret Service scandal, has gone into hiding after photographs of her were posted on the Internet, the New York Daily News reported on Friday. Check out a slideshow of three other prostitution sex scandals that rocked governments.
It's been confirmed that three more Secret Service employees resigned on Friday amid a prostitution scandal in Colombia. This raises the total number of employees to leave the U.S. Secret Service due to the recent misconduct to six.