BURBANK, Calif.— Tina Fey is leaving the anchor chair at "Saturday Night Live." Fey says she's quitting the show after six seasons as head writer and co-anchor of the "Weekend Update" fake news segment to focus on her new NBC prime-time series, "30 Rock."
"The new show's going to take a lot of time," Fey said while appearing on Friday night's "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
ASPEN, Colo. -- Saying he was fine, former Secretary of State Colin Powell returned to a seminar Friday after being briefly hospitalized following a dinner with former President Clinton and others.
Powell, 69, arrived on time for a panel discussion at the Aspen Ideas Festival and showed no signs that he had been sick the night before.
(Daily Mail) A pensioner was brutally attacked in his home by a 'crazed cannibal' who ate his thumb and bit chunks from his face and body, it emerged last night. Douglas Morgan, 75, is recovering in hospital with his wife Valerie at his bedside after the vicious attack which left him unconscious and covered in blood.
The elderly couple were getting ready for bed when they heard someone climbing through a window they had left open in the heat-wave. Mr. Morgan went downstairs to investigate. When the pensioner confronted the intruder, he was punched and bitten viciously across his face and upper parts of his body. The attacker then bit off part of his thumb and ate it.
BAGHDAD, June 30 -- The U.S. Army is investigating allegations that American soldiers raped and killed a woman and killed three of her family members in a town south of Baghdad, then reported the incident as an insurgent attack, a military official said Friday.