Brad Pitt reunites with Andrew
Dominik, director of the elegiac western The
Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford, for a highly
stylized, awfully brutal, sharply critical gangster picture, Killing Them Softly
Though it sold like gangbusters, Bush's 1994 debut, Sixteen Stone, was derided by critics as a shameless attempt to polish grunge-rock for the masses. That feedback must have weighed heavily on frontman Gavin Rossdale, because he...
"I am in control here in the White House."—Secretary of State Alexander Haig, 1981
Ah, the good old days when even a big shot like Gen. Al Haig could get in trouble for such mavericky declarations that defy basic constitutional precedents.
In the 21st century, that's ancient history. We've so idealized cowboy-style rebellion in matters of war...
Milwaukee’s community of veterans is proving to be adept at healing soldiers from the current wars as well as those who left the battlefield decades ago.
Many veterans are reaching out to their peers who are having difficulty transitioning from being warriors in a threat-filled combat zone to resuming their lives as workers, students, spouses, partners or parents.
The transition from warrior to civilian isn’t easy, and can be made more difficult by financial stresses...