Monday, July 20, 2015
AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd has been arrested again in New Zealand and was behind bars on Sunday night, his lawyer said.
Dave Chappelle's return to the comedy stage comes at a racially charged time in the U.S., but the comedian, who never shied away from racial issues, says that's just a coincidence.
Adam Sandler feels that when audiences finally see his upcoming Netflix comedy, "The Ridiculous Six," they will realize he wasn't trying to offend anyone.
The U.N.'s cultural wing has reported the destruction of precious mausoleums during an Islamist takeover of northern Mali to the International Criminal Court, its head said on a visit Saturday to witness their reconstruction.
U.S. comedian Bill Cosby said he offered pills and payments to women he had sexual encounters with, and tried to hide it from his wife, according to court documents cited in the New York Times Saturday.
U.S. President Barack Obama took some time out of his busy schedule this weekend to focus on his job as dad-in-chief, taking his teenage daughters out for a New York visit.
Sunday, July 19, 2015
The Taiwan Culinary Promotion Campaign kicked off at the Taipei World Trade Center (TWTC) on July 17, offering not just exhibitions but the possibility to take food-tasting trips to many parts of the island.
The towering minaret and mausoleums of Konye-Urgench in isolated Turkmenistan cut striking forms against the desert sky, yet few foreign visitors make it to a site once at the center of the Islamic world.
In the fields of Bulgaria they are everywhere -- hundreds of mounds like huge molehills concealing the gold-filled tombs of ancient kings who left no other trace of their rule.
Bon Iver's Justin Vernon is throwing a major jam this weekend in his hometown of Eau Claire, Wisconsin.