Stars, Royals Gather for British Academy Film Awards
Hollywood stars and British royalty are gathering in London for the British Academy Film Awards, where 'The Favourite' is living up to its name by leading the race for trophies.
Nancy Pelosi Gets Rock Star Treatment at Clive Davis Gala
The audience at Clive Davis’ white-hot gala included Barbra Streisand, Joni Mitchell and Kareem Abdul Jabbar, but it was House Speaker Nancy Pelosi who got the most requests to take a selfie.
After Heavy Snowfall, Skies Clearing for Vonn’s Last Race
After heavy early-morning snowfall, the skies have cleared for Lindsey Vonn’s final race.
Israeli Historian Lauds Finland for Report on WWII Killings
A senior Israeli Holocaust historian is praising Finnish authorities for publishing a report concluding that Finnish troops likely participated in the mass murder of Jews during World War II.
Death Toll at Istanbul Building Collapse Reaches 21
Turkey’s interior minister says the death toll from a collapsed apartment building in Istanbul has risen to 21.
Seoul: US, NKorea Officials to Meet in Asia Ahead of Summit
The United States and North Korea will meet again this month in an unidentified Asian country ahead of their leaders’ planned second summit in Vietnam in late February, South Korean officials said Sunday.
13 Killed in Highway Accidents Amid China Travel Rush
Accidents on icy highways in central China left at least 13 dead and dozens injured this weekend as millions of families were heading home from the Lunar New Year holiday.
Anti-India Protests Erupt in Kashmir After 5 Rebels Killed
Five rebels were killed in fighting with government forces in disputed Kashmir on Sunday, the Indian army said, triggering anti-India clashes in which at least 10 civilians were injured.
Japan’s Shoma Uno Takes Men’s Title at Four Continents
Shoma Uno was the first skater in Saturday’s final group of the men’s free skate at the Four Continents Figure Skating Championships. He ended up executing a flawless program that no one was able to match.
As Algerian Leader Ails, Would-Be Challengers Eye Election
A record number of people want to run for president of Algeria in the country’s April election, amid growing uncertainty about whether incumbent Abdelaziz Bouteflika, infirm since a 2013 stroke, is fit for yet another term after two decades in charge of this gas-rich North African nation.