Followers of Family Radio owner Harold Camping were warned to prepare for the end of the world on Oct 21, 2011, postponed from the original date of May 21. A look in photos at some dubious shepherds who led their flocks astray.
Are your pants full of exotic songbirds or are you just happy to see me? A look at some of the strange places that smugglers hide their goods.
In 1994, Christian Radio host and president of the Family Radio Christian Network Harold Camping told his listeners that the world would end on May 21, 2011. When it didn’t, he adjusted his calculations, and announced that the world would end on October 21, 2011; it didn’t. A look in photos at dubious shepherds who led their flocks astray.
Often brutal and needlessly violent, a look at some high-profile home invasions that shocked the public and the communities in which they occurred.
Teachers’ entanglements with the law.
Though fraternal organizations have condemned hazing practices, reckless and even lethal hazing still occurs. A look in photos at some recent cases.
When not-so-adoring fans try to shake down popular celebrities.
When fame makes beloved celebrities vulnerable to dangerous stalkers…
About $650 in Kenya and ten grand in Pakistan, if you’re selling your own. In any country, you’re better off being a kidney middleman: the average paid by a kidney buyer around the world is $150,000 while the average paid to the person selling a kidney is only $5,000.
Fame, fortune and world-class fitness prove no defense for athletes off the field.