It's beginning to feel a lot like the end of the term in the office. Mince pies for breakfast, Christmas cards stacked up on desks and excited chatter about holiday plans. But this week really was the
Though it comes to Los Angeles as a two-part film, "Generation War" began its life as a three-part German TV series (originally called "Our Mothers, Our Fathers") that was a sensation in its home country.
Some of Germany's finest. [Photographs: Mike Reis] Yesterday, my dear, sweet, 95-year-old grandma asked me if the Germans still make the best beer in the world. That should give you a pretty good idea
New software and gizmos are revolutionizing police work, with social media scanners, facial recognition and other high tech items. As it turns out, though, the single most valuable new police tool is smartphone.
How many e-book consumers realise that some publishers, writers and distributors know an awful lot about their reading style? They have knowledge about how far into the book you’ve reached, when you get
Ephemeral messaging apps such as Snapchat, Wickr and Frankly, all of which advertise that your photo, message or update will only be accessible for a short period, are on the rise. Snapchat and Frankly,
Right now HTC is in the spotlight thanks to yesterday’s announcement of the all-new HTC One (M8), which brings improved specs, enhanced software and refined design over its predecessor. Of course, just
SACRIFICES FORGOTTEN Lucius Fairchild lost his left arm on the first day of the Battle of Gettysburg in 1863. He was elected Governor of Wisconsin in 1866. Library of Congress The selflessness of soldiers
SACRIFICES FORGOTTEN Francis R. T. Nichols lost an arm and a foot in separate Civil War battles. He became Governor of Louisiana in 1877. Nicholls joined the Confederate Army in 1861 and participated the
A HERO HISTORY FORGOT FILIPINO SOLDIER SERVED IN THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR Cornelius Balderry— He belonged to Company A, 11th Michigan Volunteers Fighting in the Atlanta campaign, he fought at Buzzard’s Resaca,