MELBOURNE restaurateur Peter Leary has used Facebook to track down bill dodgers in his up-market establishment, Seagrass. The drama unfolded last week when a group of five young diners, after drinking at the bar, requested a table at the Southbank restaurant.
A former Georgian ambassador has caused uproar in Georgia by saying his country, not Russia, started August's war over South Ossetia.
He spent nearly 20 years in prison for a murder he didn't commit. On Tuesday, Steven Barnes, of Marcy, is free. Barnes has missed a lot in 20 years - he knows nothing about cell phones, the internet, and his home and hometown look completely different. He talked about adjusting to his new found freedom.
After listening to Mukasey defend the Bush administration's counterterrorism policies - its detainment practices at Guantánamo Bay, its interpretation of the Geneva Conventions' reach - Sanders stood and shouted "Tyrant! You are a tyrant!"
Researchers are reporting they have developed a new material made from three-dimensional, highly porous nano-silicon that could give future lithium ion batteries a ten times higher capacity than they currently have.
The Metropolitan police is to boycott the home secretary's plan to arm 10,000 frontline officers with Taser stun guns because of their potential to cause fear and damage public confidence.
Overstock.com created the Family Bailout plan in order to give those who visit Overstock.com the chance to pay down their debts in a troubled economic time. The bailout will award one qualifying entrant, with up to $50,000 to be paid by Overstock.com directly to one or more qualified creditors of the winner or the winner's immediate family.
As discussed in the accompanying video, Schiff believes the recent dollar rally and commodity price weakness will prove temporary. Most troubling, he says the "economic crisis is only just beginning."
Thousands of runners are training for the Honolulu Marathon, which is in three weeks. KITV's Dick Allgire met a 90-year-old great-grandmother who is training to set a world record.Gladys Burrill is in training for her fifth Honolulu Marathon.
Judge Grey takes a look at the five groups who are winning in the War on Drugs. The drug dealers making billions, the law enforcement agencies who fight against the dealers for huge sums of money, the politicians who talk tough on the war, the private sector who build and staff prisons, and finally the terrorists who fund their activities with "ille...