Like a sprinkling of Disney’s trademark magic, the hidden-in-plain-sight high-tech special effects in the new “Frozen” musical at Disney California Adventure weave seamlessly and effortlessly into
Beijing, May 25, IRNA – Deputy Foreign Minister Ibrahim Rahimpour and his Chinese counterpart on Thursday exchanged views on expansion of bilateral relations and cooperation.
With Alexa or Google Home, this robot vacuum will follow voice commands
The enormity of being left alone in the ring, with seemingly an entire country cheering on a world-champion opponent intent on keeping his belt, will make for a daunting task for Errol Spence Jr.
In “96 Souls,” writer-director Stanley Jacobs undertakes the difficult task of executing a completely nutty premise with absolute sincerity. It’s the tale of a scientist, Dr. Jack Sutree (Grinnell
Federal immigration agents arrested nearly 200 people in the Los Angeles area during a five-day dragnet targeting criminal offenders living in the country illegally, U.S. officials said Thursday.
It’s one thing to be physically defiant in the moment an opponent’s fist bloodies your face. What Alexander Gustafsson and Glover Teixeira have shown in recovering from a combined three UFC light-
A federal appeals court has ruled against President Trump's travel ban, upholding a nationwide injunction barring the administration from enforcing the executive order. Trump's order "speaks with
Mankind has successfully managed to eradicate only two diseases to date: smallpox in humans followed by the deadly cattle plague, rinderpest. These medical achievements have saved millions of live
Saurimo - Trade Minister, Fiel Constantino, visited Wednesday Catoca Mining Society, which is 30 kilometers from the center of Saurimo city, in order to learn about its operation and levels of product
Utterly dull thriller “Drone” tries to raise ethical and moral questions about modern warfare, but the audience can only dwell on the illogical plot and unsympathetic characters — if they can enga
Director Cate Shortland and screenwriter Shaun Grant are often too reserved in adapting Melanie Joosten’s 2011 suspense novel, “Berlin Syndrome,” but when it counts, they deliver the necessary nai
T-Mobile’s Digits service launches on May 31 and it totally changes how you use your phone number.
Scientists with the NASA Juno mission have released the findings from the spacecraft’s first two orbits around Jupiter — and the results are unlike anything they expected. Deep beneath its striped
The polls opened Thursday in Montana for a special congressional election layered in new uncertainty when the Republican front-runner was charged with assault for allegedly attacking a reporter co
Ten of the 15 fastest-growing cities with populations of 50,000 or more were spread across the South in 2016, with four of the top five found in Texas, according to new population estimates releas
Seventeenth century playwright William Congreve famously wrote that hell has no fury like a woman scorned. House Republicans may feel some of that heat once their constituents find out the healthc
Islamabad, May 25, IRNA – Pakistan has launched the first 660-megawatt unit of Sahiwal Coal Power plant as the first energy project under the China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC). But country stil
The assault on a political reporter who prosecutors say was attacked by a Montana congressional candidate Wednesday night was, in some ways, the predictable outcome of a disturbing turn in America
Strategic Student Solutions accused of bilking at least $11M from consumers
The cartel is seeking to regain market power amid a surge of U.S. shale output.
American Express topped the list, followed by Capital One Financial and Visa in second, third place
L.A. Times film critic Justin Chang is at the Cannes Film Festival, taking in the scene and all the movies he can watch on very little sleep. In this, his Cannes diary, we can follow along.
London renters living in the former Olympic village will get their deposits back, while the move by Get Living may be setting a precedent that other landlords will follow.
A two-month investigation into one of the worst civilian casualty events in decades found that a U.S. military airstrike in Iraq inadvertently set off explosives that ripped through a sprawling ap