My wife is a quiet person, she doesn't like parties and she doesn't like to go, so I wouldn't want to force her into that. I respect her privacy and she understands that and she knows that I have to go and sing, she knows that, she always knewJones dedicates song to wife for 1st time Oct 29, 2008
The story published in the Daily Mirror (U.K.) on Feb 5 is completely fabricatedJones denies chest hair insurance report Feb 12, 2008
As a local boy, I know how important this factory has been to the community in the RhonddaTom Jones opposing Burberry plant closure Jan 21, 2007
These errors never should have occurred and we deeply regret that they didSEC eyes Citigroup in fund scandal Nov 26, 2003
We know that many people have resumed going to churches of their own denominations because of their experiences with usAnalysis: Boom year for Salvation Army May 13, 2003
Thomas David Jones (born January 22, 1955) is a former United States astronaut. He was selected to the astronaut corps in 1990 and completed four space shuttle flights before retiring in 2001. He flew on STS-59 and STS-68 in 1994, STS-80 in 1996 and STS-98 in 2001. His total mission time was 53 days 48 minutes. He is a science/space contributor for the Fox News channel.
Jones was born in 1955, in Baltimore, Maryland. He graduated from Kenwood High School, Essex, Maryland, in 1973; received a bachelor of science degree in basic sciences from the United States Air Force Academy in 1977, and a doctorate in planetary science from the University of Arizona in 1988. Jones is an Eagle Scout.
A Distinguished Graduate of the USAF Academy, Dr. Jones served on active duty as an Air Force officer for 6 years. After pilot training in Oklahoma, he flew strategic bombers at Carswell Air Force Base, Texas. As pilot and aircraft commander of a B-52D Stratofortress, he led a combat crew of six, accumulating over 2,000 hours of jet experience before resigning as a captain in 1983.