After landing a job as a consultant last month, Benjamin Netanyahu is adding to his professional repertoire by preparing to lecture in the United States.
The former Israeli prime minister will be lecturing at Yeshiva University beginning Oct. 7, said Hedy Shulman, director of media relations for the Manhattan university. She would not disclose how much Netanyahu will be paid.
Last month, he landed a job as a strategic marketing consultant to BATM, an Israeli data-communications company that develops, manufactures and markets communications equipment, and counts the Israeli army among its customers.
Carnie Wilson, who underwent a stomach-reduction operation live on the Internet six weeks ago, says she has lost 40 pounds. The singer, 31, desperate to lose weight, says she's rarely hungry now.
"I am appreciating every bite," purred the ex-Wilson Phillips singer. "It's so amazing to see your body shrink before your own eyes."
Amy Fisher says she has reached a sense of peace with Mary Jo Buttafuoco, the woman she shot in the head in a jealous rage seven years ago. "She's a very nice person," Fisher, 24, said of Buttafuoco during an interview on CNN's Larry King Live on Wednesday. She also called Buttafuoco, who has publicly forgiven Fisher and was instrumental in getting her paroled from prison this year, an "amazing" woman. As for her then-lover, Joey Buttafuoco, the woman once dubbed the "Long Island Lolita" said, "He's just not important to me."