Devoted 15-year-old McDonald’s customers Cameron Ford and Adam Welland received a great deal of attention in the “Twitterverse” after posting a photograph of themselves dining at their local McDonald’s in Kingston, South London.Read More
Here’s what usually happens when a woman decides to undergo permanent sterilization, a procedure that is technically known as tubal ligation and more commonly known as getting one’s tubes tied: She will visit her doctor and seek his or her medical opinion. The doctor will either arrange to perform the procedure himself (or herself) or refer the patient to a specialist who will.
On Monday, Apr. 15, over 23,000 people gathered in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, to begin a 26.2 mile race in the 116th annual Boston Marathon.
On Feb. 28, Pope Benedict XVI became the first pope in almost 600 years to resign.
“I have been crystal clear about my position on Iran possessing a nuclear weapon,” President Barack Obama told Israel’s Channel 2 News on Mar. 14, threatening military action should Iran develop a nuclear weapon.
Though Morsi’s election is the direct result of Egyptians’ demands for a freer, more democratic government, his recent attempts to consolidate power have demonstrated alarming similarities to those of Mubarak’s regime, albeit with religious rather than secular motivations.
Imagine holding a ballot listing the names of California’s prospective senators. Beneath both names you see the same sentence: “My party preference is the Democratic Party.” Thanks to Proposition 14, passed in 2010, ballots where both candidates belong to the same political party will soon become a reality, eliminating, at least in certain elections, the bipartisan competition that is an important part of American politics.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced his willingness to send troops to Syria to prevent the use of chemical or biological weapons on anti-government rebels
The UltraViolet followed the Twitter postings of Governor Mitt Romney and
President Barack Obama from Sept. 26 to Oct. 3.