Show business satire "Birdman" took the lead in what promises to be a competitive race for the best picture Oscar by winning the top award from Hollywood producers on Jan. 24.
Nicole Kidman knows most people don’t consider her a comedic actress. In her 31-year-career, her roles have ranged from the morose to the deliciously sadistic.
Regarded as two of the most innovative directors in the world, brothers Joel and Ethan Coen have been pushing back the boundaries of movie-making for nearly three decades.
Two climbers completed a historic 19-day ascent to the summit of Yosemite National Park's El Capitan in California on Jan. 14
Category: DEFENSE UPDATE
It went largely unnoticed in Turkey when the U.S. Congress on Dec. 19, 2014, approved the potential transfer to Taiwan and Mexico of six frigates being decommissioned by the American Navy.
Oil is the king of commodities and its tumbling price has thrown global financial markets into turmoil. For fragile oil-dependent West African states this situation could spell disaster with serious consequences for international security.
The race to the Oscars begins in earnest Sunday when Hollywood's A-listers gather for the Golden Globes, with dark comedy "Birdman" leading the pack in the quest for awards glory.
Robert Downey Jr. and Jennifer Lawrence emerged the biggest movie star winners at the People's Choice awards Jan. 7, while on the small screen "The Big Bang Theory" won the coveted top TV show.
Scores of same-sex Florida couples tied the knot early Jan. 6 after the state's ban on gay marriage ended
Category: JALE ÖZGENTÜRK
We are at the Changa restaurant in the Sabancı Museum. These days, the museum is hosting an exhibition of Miro, one of the world’s most renowned painters.
Thousands of officers paid homage Dec. 27 at the New York funeral of one of their own, in an emotional show of solidarity from a group that has felt targeted by recent protests over police violence.
Sony's PlayStation reported that its network was back online and claimed that it had been attacked, three days after it and Microsoft's Xbox went down in an outage.
Istanbul is making a bid to become a regional leader in the trillion-dollar business of legal arbitration, used for major corporate litigation or disputes between sovereign states.
"The Interview," the provocative comedy that triggered a devastating cyberattack on Sony Pictures, went straight to U.S. consumers on Dec. 24 in an unprecedented online debut
US health regulators will recommend that gay men be allowed to donate blood one year after their last sexual contact, easing a ban that has been in place since 1983
In a small village in western France, in makeshift shelters bared to the elements, a treasure trove of extremely rare cars has been discovered after lying forgotten for almost 50 years.
Category: SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Methane, a gas that on Earth comes mainly from living organisms, has been measured for the first time making a sudden spike on Mars, leaving scientists puzzled about its origin.
Hackers invoked the 9/11 attacks Tuesday in their most chilling threat yet against Sony Pictures, warning cinema-goers not to see a film which has angered North Korea.
A Hungarian singer from the Roma community is suing Beyonce over the smash hit "Drunk in Love," saying the superstar sampled a folk tune without permission.
The United States Olympic Committee announced Tuesday it will bid to host the 2024 Summer Games, but the candidate city won't be selected until early next year.
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