"He felt betrayed & abandoned," the actor wrote in an Instagram post that included a moving video.
Zahra Lari is the first professional figure skater to compete internationally in a hijab. And she’s got her sights on the Olympics.
Bertrand Piccard is a third-generation explorer whose ancestors have set records for altitude, depth, and speed – and always
The rocker apologized for the video, which has since been removed.
It's not a possible conflict of interest. It's an actual conflict of interest.
A: Yes, but also for a different reason no less important: Much the way that in the United States the path toward politics
Saudi Arabia In March, the UAE--the GCC's longest-standing purchaser of Italian weapons and the Arab Gulf state with closest
Today, of course, airlines everywhere are scaling back, devising ever more ways to cut, condense, or charge customers for
I'm not a linksman, but if I were, I would park my links here. Nestled among pine trees and sagebrush, the views overlooking
Rami Yasin, a co-producer on The Worthy along with Peter Safran and Steven Schneider, admitted that "initially the script
In February-May 2016 I volunteered at the Future Center for Special Needs in Abu Dhabi. The Community Outreach office at my university NYU Abu Dhabi promoted the opportunity and I felt a need to take it, to actively serve the society in which I had been studying for four years.
It was the mid-1970s and Muhammad Ali was my new hero. To me, a grade-schooler, he was larger than life and yet so down-to-earth. My parents were in his inner circle, which gave me magical memories and personal insights on greatness.
Why are Manchester City and PSG so rich? The two teams owe much of their success to oil and gas wealth from the Middle East, oddly enough. City is owned by a member of the ruling family in Abu Dhabi. Manchester City's opponent in Wednesday's match, PSG, is owned by Qatar.
My father has become a pawn in this political game. He is a Canadian citizen, a businessman, and the father of five children. He has a lot to live for and the UAE's State Security is willing to ignore these realities, all for the sake of petty politics.
Why do you think in the US we're now becoming so afraid, of so many things? I used to always believe we were the freest country