A video allegedly from Nigeria’s Boko Haram Islamic extremist group shows two beheaded bodies of men accused of spying.
Police say a crowded bus overturned on a toll road on Indonesia’s main island of Java and 16 people were killed.
McCartney performed excitedly on guitar and keys, singing ‘Hey Jude’, ‘Drive My Car’, ‘Let It Be’ and ‘Carry That Weight’.
Jaycee chan was released from a Beijing jail Friday after completing a his sentence for allowing people to use marijuana in his apartment.
A police officer who provided the death toll said the attack also wounded 42 people.
Ivory Coast goalkeeper Boubacar Barry saved the day, and then he scored the winner.
Robin Williams’ children and wife have gone to court in a fight over the late comedian’s estate.
Russia to suspend it’s involvement in Russia suspends role in Europe’s human rights watchdog after losing its right to vote.
The latest string of attacks on Afghanistan leaves at least 17 killed with the deadliest attack in central Ghazni. Taliban spokesperson claimed responsibility for the attacks.
Bombing in Afghanistan, Taliban claims responsibility.
“If the peace process were derailed, how many more graves would we have to dig?” – President Benigno Aquino III
The 82-year-old entertainer recalled having “a big, ugly bun” in her best-known movie, “Singin’ in the Rain.”
“Birdman” topped the 21st annual Screen Actors Guild Awards, winning best ensemble cast.
The Oscar nominations added intrigue to an Academy Awards race by favoring one late-season release (‘American Sniper’) over another (‘Selma’).
‘Birdman’ and ‘Boyhood’ added to their awards-season haul with multiple wins at the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards.
The hostesses used their breezy comedic timing to address the topics in the opening moments of Golden Globes.
Directed by Wes Anderson, the film is a visually sumptuous concoction starring Ralph Fiennes – displaying admirable comic chops.
West Indies chased down a mammoth 231-run target to beat South Africa by four wickets in the second T20 match.
Toyota has opened up its technologies to anyone, even its competitors to speed development of hydrogen-powered cars.
The first star-studded film-award ceremony of the new year was something to sing about.
Bono suffered multiple injuries, including fractures to his left eye socket, shoulder blade and left elbow, when he crashed his bike.
The Seth Rogen comedy “The Interview,” meanwhile, wowed with $15 million from its 2 million online rentals and purchases.
A feeling of untimeliness defined several of the deaths in the entertainment arena in 2014.
‘The Interview’ stars Seth Rogen and James Franco as journalists tasked by the CIA with killing North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.
The film easily bested the week’s other new releases.
His London-based agent, Barrie Marshall, said Cocker died early Monday of lung cancer in Colorado.
Prosecutors from Beijing’s Dongcheng District say they indicted Jaycee Chan on Monday.
“As a text it’s not perfect, but it includes the positions of the parties,” said the Manuel Pulgar-Vidal.
Christopher Nolan’s high-pedigree, extragalactic space epic, Interstellar was shut out save a nod for its score.
Air travel rehearsal at Baltimore was done to alleviate stress for children with autism.
WHO said a national task force has been set up to manage the outbreak, with the cost of the project reaching $200,000.
The decision to push ahead with April’s increase in the sales tax, has been judged a miscalculation by some of Abe’s advisers.
A variety of preserved human parts, including an infant’s head, a baby’s foot and an adult heart were found in the three packages.
The same video showed the gruesome simultaneous beheadings of at least 18 men described as Syrian military personnel.
It’s unclear where the Islamic State group intends to get the gold, silver and copper for the coins.
Laid out with illustrations, the new policy explains what types of information Facebook collects and how it uses the data.