“I've been doing combative stuff since I was born,” says Geordie Rose, leaning back in a chair in his small, windowless office in Burnaby, Canada, as he describes how he has spent most of his life making things difficult for himself. Until his early 20s, that meant an obsession with wrestling — the sport that, he claims, provides the least reward for the most work. More recently, says Rose, now 4
Increasing the number of hamburgers and other red meat people eat on a daily basis is linked to a higher risk of developing diabetes down the road, according to a new study.
Fresh from winning his eighth French Open, Nadal is seeded only No. 5 at Wimbledon - setting up the possibility of a quarterfinal match against title contenders Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic or Andy Murray. The All England Club released the seedings Wednesday for this year's grass-court Grand Slam, which starts Monday. The top five in the ATP rankings remain in their positions: Djokovic at No. 1
China's Lenovo hopes to shave global market share from Samsung and Apple with its new K-900 smartphone. But will global consumers buy a device with the 'Made in China' moniker? The WSJ's Yun-Hee Kim speaks with Lenovo Asia-Pacific President Milko van Duijl.
HTC's just pulled back the proverbial curtains on the Butterfly s at its Taiwan launch event. It'll arrive boasting a familiar-sounding 5-inch 1080p display, front-facing BoomSound stereo speakers and Sense 5 as expected.
Check out this hilarious video of Brad Pitt and Jimmy Fallon yodeling on top of New York City rooftops in this sketch that aired on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Tuesday (June 18). The 38-year-old talk show host is seen starting off the sketch by yodeling on top of a rooftop when he is surprised to get a yodel reply, only to find out it is Brad!
Investors are eagerly anticipating an afternoon press conference where the Federal Reserve's chairman Ben Bernanke is expected to detail when and how the Fed will start easing back on its bond-buying program.
PARIS — Heavy floods in southwest France have forced the closure of the Catholic pilgrimage site in Lourdes and the evacuation of pilgrims from nearby hotels. Floodwaters swirled Wednesday in the grotto where nearly 6 million believers from around the world, many gravely ill, come every year seeking miracles and healing. It has been a major pilgrimage site since a French girl's vision of the Virg