(The Hollywood Reporter) — Skinny dipping with Michael Jackson? Improbable as that sounds, it's exactly what Jane Fonda did with the late superstar. It was the early 1980s, and Jackson had come to visit
Usher and Nas have teamed up for a powerful new interactive video that dares viewers to turn away from the faces of dozens of black Americans who died at the hands of law enforcement. Tidal: 10 things
Islamic State,Syria,Middle East and North Africa,World news,Bashar al-Assad Khaled al-Asaad, 82, was interrogated by militants for a month before he was murdered in the ancient city Islamic State militants
Kablooey Last week, we showed you what happens when a rock falls into a lava lake. But that only raises the question, what happens when more rocks fall into a lava lake? Kilauea is here to sate your curiosity.
World North Korea's Internet and 3G mobile networks were paralyzed again on Saturday evening, China's official Xinhua news agency reported, with the North Korean government blaming the United States for
News The rift between the New York City Police Department and Mayor Bill de Blasio will not be easily solved and will require more discussion and time, according to the city’s top cop. “I think it's probably
Part of the subversive appeal of Stephen Sondheim's musical "Into the Woods" is that it gleefully skewers well-known fairy-tale tropes. It's perhaps a bit ironic, then, that film critics are saying the
On our final 2014 trip around the "Inside Politics" table, our reporters shared insights on a key midterm year moment -- or a key marker to look for in 2015. Some of the nuggets were a bit of both: 1.
Iran’s supreme leader has stepped into the debate over police violence and race in America, likening police shootings of black people in Ferguson and elsewhere to the Palestinian struggle in Gaza in a
Elections Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is taking aggressive steps to push the Democratic Party and President Obama to the left, in effect trying to be the true leader of the party even as Obama
Customers dine at the Lindt cafe on Sydney's George Street, December 18, 2014, which opened its doors for the first time on Thursday following a siege at Lindt's nearby Martin Place outlet. REUTERS/Jason
Militants have stormed a remote village in north-eastern Nigeria, killing at least 33 people and kidnapping about 200, a survivor has told the BBC. He said that suspected Boko Haram militants had seized
Watching the first episode of "The Colbert Report," I remember thinking, He cannot possibly sustain this. Mine wasn't the early-days concern I have heard expressed most often as Stephen Colbert prepares
The U.S. is ready to blame North Korea for the crippling hack attack at Sony Pictures, as the studio said Wednesday it would cancel next week's planned release of its controversial comedy "The Interview."
Protesters in New York City sang "justice carols" and demonstrators in several cities held more die-ins Sunday to show their anger over a grand jury's decision to not indict a police officer in the chokehold
Five mighty empires across the globe are gearing up for an economic wargame where there could be no winners Putin gives a speech and the rouble falls. Europe’s central bank boss gives a speech and the
Malala Yousafzai will pick up her Nobel peace prize on Wednesday, but the youngest ever laureate already has an even more startling memento from her young life: the blood-soaked school uniform she wore
A group of British men were questioned by US and UK authorities after being discovered monitoring flights at a series of American airports used by Margaret Thatcher and John Major, according to documents
NASA scientists are tackling a big challenge: building capsules that will take humanity to Mars. It’s official: NASA’s Orion project, which will send humans to Mars, is a success. A test flight on Friday
The British businessman Shrien Dewani has been cleared of murdering his wife in an elaborate taxi hijack plot on their honeymoon in South Africa. The Cape Town judge Jeanette Traverso declared Dewani be
The US doctor who survived Ebola after being treated with antibodies from British nurse and fellow survivor Will Pooley has spoken for the first time about battling the disease. Ian Crozier, who had not