It was on this day in 1946 that the bikini first went on sale after a debut at an outdoor fashion show in Paris. Going to the beach has never been the same since. The bikini has a very interesting history. Its inventor was a French automobile engineer named Louis Réard who also ran a clothing stor ... More >>
To the media outed by the gun owner: You had it coming.
One hundred men we'll test today, but only three win the Green Beret.The Green Berets, at least the unit everyone thinks of when they think of the Green Berets, are 50 years old tomorrow. President Kennedy, on one of his romantic James Bond flights of fancy, approved activating the U.S. Army' ... More >>
Marijuana's steady creep toward legalization nationwide.
Go to this private psychiatric facility, and you might be helped. Or you might be shut in a room all alone and end up like Amanda, with a broken arm. Or dead.
Oil is slick stuff. The oil business can be even slicker. And within the industry, Houston-based Weatherford International may be the slipperiest of all. Yep, that Sudan. According to Fortune Magazine, the oil giant is drilling in Sudan, despite the fact that the US Congress has prohibited Ame ... More >>
Alex Gibney expertly captures the lies and fall of Enron
Alex Gibney tells the story of Enron's rise and fall -- and you won't need an economics degree to understand it
Karl Rove has masterminded all of Bush's political victories. Now he faces his toughest challenge: convincing you that the presidential front-runner owns his own soul.
The State Bar of Texas tries again to KAYO John O'Quinn but can't lay a glove on him
In probate court, the sons of oilman J. Howard Marshall II air a high-stakes family feud a fight about loyalty, betrayal and whether their dad played favorites
Attorney John O'Quinn has checked into a substance-abuse center as he prepares for his disbarment suit