Brooke Mueller has moved back into the Los Angeles home she shared with Charlie Sheen -- and the "Two and Half Men" star has moved out so as not to violate a restraining order filed against him after their domestic dispute on Christmas Day.
Lance Armstrong was cleared Friday to ride in this year's Tour de France, health permitting, after the French anti-doping agency confirmed it would not be launching disciplinary procedures against the seven-time champion.
A man delivered bombs wrapped as Christmas presents to two banks Wednesday along with a note threatening "mass death" if they did not turn over tens of thousands of dollars, police in Aspen, Colorado, said Thursday.
Glassy-eyed and so thin his bones protrude through his skin, a newborn infant named only Rony stares up at a dirty ceiling hour after hour, frozen in his crib because of a softball-sized tumor on the back of his neck.
If it weren't for the Internet, you wouldn't be reading these words right now. And you've probably got all sorts of tales of your more productive, increasingly connected, better-informed life in the Internet era.
Eco-consciousness appears to be hitting the mainstream. For years, it was only the truly committed, the painfully hip and the guiltily ashamed who were willing to stand up in public and say they were willing to do something for the environment.
Juan Enriquez is very, very smart. He's got a zillion degrees, founded the Life Sciences Project at Harvard's B-School, has started several businesses, and even helped in peace negotiations with Mexico's Zapatista rebellion. One distinguishing feature of his intelligence is that he likes to ask interesting questions.
Journalist and author Hunter S. Thompson, who unleashed the concept of "gonzo journalism" in books like "Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas," fatally shot himself in the head Sunday at his home near Aspen, Colorado, police and his family said.