Two brothers from the former Soviet Union who came to Massachusetts about a decade ago yet clung to their homeland are the top suspects in the bombings this week that killed three and wounded scores in Boston.
The bombing suspect police have been chasing through the Boston area attended a prestigious public high school in Cambridge, Massachusetts, that educated actor-director Ben Affleck and basketball player Patrick Ewing.
In “The Angels’ Share” Robbie, a Glasgow hooligan doing community service in lieu of jail time, wants to give his new son a better childhood than he had. But he’s finding it hard to overcome the pull of gang violence.
Doug Parker, returning to the carrier where he began his career, has a vision: He sees American Airlines vaulting to the top of the industry’s major financial benchmarks just three years after the merger he orchestrated with US Airways Group Inc.
Time Warner Inc.’s “Argo,” the film about the rescue of American hostages from Iran more than 30 years ago that won the Academy Award for best picture, is “a weak movie” and “insulting” to Iranians, the country’s envoy to the United Nations said.
“Argo,” the story of a stealth mission to rescue a group of U.S. hostages from Iran in 1980, was voted best film at the British Academy Film Awards, or Baftas, last night. Its director Ben Affleck also won.
New Zealand diplomats visited American hostages portrayed in actor and director Ben Affleck’s Oscar-winning film “Argo” and gave them beer, contrary to the rebuff suggested in the movie, said one of the escapees.