The Nets own the longest win streak in the East and are exactly one game out of first in their division. Deron Williams is playing like an All-Star. Remind us, again: What was all that panic about?
Fox News’ Megyn Kelly To Return To Show, Address Santa Claus/Jesus Controversy Tonight: Video
Fox News Channel’s Megyn Kelly will return to her show tonight, and will address the media drubbing she’s taken after asserting, on her primetime program, that Santa Claus and Jesus Christ were white. A perfect storm of media/late-night comic panning hailed down in response, coming as it
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The Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts announced nominees for the AACTA Awards last week with Baz Luhrmann’s locally-made The Great Gatsby and Oz filmmaker Kim Mordaunt’s foreign language Oscar contender The Rocket leading the pack. Today, the Academy has unveiled nominees
In a discovery that would make Inspector Clouseau proud, two long-lost short films starring Peter Sellers have been found in Southend, England and will be screened next year at a local film festival. Those will be the first public showings of Dearth Of A Salesman and Insomnia Is Good For You in over
Picture China: Nanjing Massacre Remembrances, Traditional Tie-Dyes
The day's China news in pictures: Protesters burn Japanese naval flags and students light candles to mark the 76th anniversary of the Nanjing massacre, a woman uses traditional tie-dye techniques in Yunnan, an explosion traps more than 20 at a coal mine in Xinjiang, and more.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency head Gina McCarthy had an overarching message during meetings with senior Chinese leaders in Beijing this week: Cleaning up the environment is vital to China’s economy.
By Russell Leigh Moses
The Chinese Communist Party's latest reform effort begins at home.
On Wednesday, the Central Committee for Discipline Inspection announced a new set of regulations, outlining a reform of the residence system through which high-ranking officials were taking further a