Europe's largest provider of studio space also hosted 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' and 'Spectre' in the fiscal year as the company reported record revenue, but TV revenue declined. read more
From the man who stopped a roller coaster to stop because he carried a selfie stick to the accident recorded on one, check out these eight unbelievable incidents involving this newfound invention.
The Mirror splash their back page on Tuesday with a fanciful transfer tale that appears to have just a slender chance of coming to fruition. The tabloid, who have a hit and miss record when it comes to getting transfer stories correct,...Show More Summary
Last week the Nasdaq Composite hit a record high; the S&P 500 (SPX) nearly did - yet most Sectors - as measured by ETFs- seem to be in a downslide. Today, behind the Greek tragedy, U S markets also sold off, breaking technical Support levels ( 2080 on the SPX), as well as multi-year trendline Support. Show More Summary
Music isn’t dead. In fact, I’d wager that more music is being created now than any time in human history. Sure, record companies aren’t making as much money as they used to, but that’s not stopping passionate musicians from doing what they love. Show More Summary
The fifth-floor Berkeley apartment balcony that collapsed two weeks ago, killing six and injuring seven, passed muster with inspectors hired by the complex's owners less than a year ago, according to documents released by the city Monday.
GOP candidates: An article in the June 28 Section A about the wide field of Republican presidential candidates referred to Ohio Gov. John Kasich's support for expanding Medicare under the Affordable Care Act. It should have said Medicaid.
AC/DC have been famously hesitant to release their music digitally. Their albums came to iTunes in 2012—almost a full decade after the store launched. Now, their records are finally coming to streaming services starting tomorrow, The New York Times reports. Show More Summary
A total of 369,787 art-lovers visited the ?Paul Gauguin? exhibition at the Fondation Beyeler. To mark the exhibition?s close, a concert with the renowned Boston Symphonic Youth Orchestra was held in the museum and, in addition, young people under the age of 25 were given free admission during an evening extension to normal opening hours. Show More Summary
HIA says booming apartment sales fail to offset detached house declines in May.
On June 25, Guinness World Records said a formal farewell to Blosom, the tallest cow ever. Blosom stood at 190 centimeters, or just a little over 6.2 feet, beating the original title holder by just 2 centimeters Blosom had been with...Show More Summary
The Cincinnati Reds' season hasn't quite gone the way the team and fans had hoped, but even despite having a losing record, the 2015 MLB All-Star Game hosts have several players who have made a strong bid to play in the Midsummer Classic. No Cincinnati position player is in line to start this year's All-Star Game. Show More Summary
Housing Industry Association says record high apartment sales fail to offset decline.
A record number of Canadian senior citizens are outliving their savings and having to file for bankruptcy in their golden years.
"Jurassic World", the latest Jurassic Park movie, just broke the world’s record for the highest grossing film on opening weekend. And while most people who flocked to see the movie immediately after its release probably did so to enjoy the fantasy it inspires, a recent poll just revealed that for many Americans, it may as well have been a reality.
Mayor de Blasio signed a bill to will prohibit employers from inquiring about a candidate's criminal record prior to a job offer.
William Karl Scheiern, a 77-year-old white male, died Sunday, June 28, in Glendale, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records. The cause of death is pending.
Roberto Lucio, a 25-year-old Latino male, died Sunday, June 28, after being shot in Compton, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.
Ricky Clements, a 23-year-old black male, died Saturday, June 27, after being shot in Florence-Firestone, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.
Alicia Faith Todd, a 21-year-old black female, died Wednesday, June 24, after being shot in Long Beach, according to Los Angeles County coroner's records.