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Paul Walker, 'Fast and Furious' star, dies at 40 in car crash
Star of the action movie series is killed in an automobile accident in Southern California as he attended a charity event.
What's the best airport to be stuck in?
Well that depends what you're into.
The story of Thanksgivukkah
As told by Moses Fletcher, the lone Jew aboard the Mayflower.
‘Homeland’ and America’s bipolar Iran disorder
Does the hit TV terrorism drama offer a peek into future relations with Tehran? Let’s hope not.
100 days before Paralympics in Sochi, barriers remain for disabled athletes
Commentary: Despite promises, the Russian government has much to do to make the city accessible.
Malaysia censors Lego-themed mural as ‘bad for investment and tourism’
Amid local crime spree, authorities cautioned artist Ernest Zacharevic to 'use his talent the right way.' His censored mural goes viral.
May the force (and an agent) be with you
Casting call for next Star Wars film draws thousands of hopefuls.
And now for something completely different
British comedy troupe Monty Python will reunite for the first time in decades.
How Korean bureaucrats turned K-pop into a national symbol
Forget Samsung, Kim Chi and Tae Kwon Do. South Korea has bet the future on teenage bubble-gum pop. But is it working?
Google’s Cultural Institute is like a treasure bath for your eyes
This massive digital collection is a geeky love song to human civilization.
Steven Seagal adopts stray puppy in Romania
Actor Steven Seagal, currently in Romania filming a movie, adopted one of Bucharest's street dogs in a campaign to raise awareness after Parliament passed a law allowing them to be euthanized.
Bob Dylan receives France's highest honor for his music
Culture Minister Aurelie Filippetti said that he was a hero for young people who wanted independence and justice.
Turkey's 'Rockin' Imam'
Mystical Islam meets psychedelia. And, yes, the authorities are worried.
Yellow Dogs shooting: Musician kills 3 bandmates, self (VIDEO)
A musician shot and killed several members of an Iranian indie rock band in their Brooklyn apartment before killing himself on the roof, police said.
Boogeyman diplomacy: ‘Great Satan’ making nice with ‘Mad Mullahs’
Analysis: Iran may be on the verge of a historic nuclear deal with the West … or, not.
Justin Bieber spray paints the town in Latin America
Graffiti rampages and an alleged brothel romp are among Bieber's bad boy exploits enthralling Colombia and Brazil.
Spain: Friendship amid the Basque conflict
Two years after ETA renounced violence, a new film highlights the legacy of the militant group’s campaign.
Satirist’s rise to fame and censure an allegory for Egypt’s press freedom
Bassem Youssef's suspension has raised fears that the space for dissent, already limited under Morsi, has grown even narrower under Egypt’s new authorities.
Pussy Riot member 'missing' since transfer to new prison
Pussy Riot band member Nadezhda Tolokonnikova has been "missing" since being transferred to a new prison in Russia 10 days ago, her family says.
Gang violence abating, Juarez kids find a safer line of scrimmage
With their winning football team Jaguares, Mexico’s bad news city can’t lose.
Boston letter: Good luck, Mr. President … and the Red Sox
Analysis: The 'Obamacare' rollout has been a mess. Can the president save the day? And, more importantly, who will win baseball's World Series?
Britney Spears songs played to scare off Somali pirates
Metro reports that Britney Spears' songs "Oops! I Did It Again" and "One More Time" are used by the merchant navy to scare off Somali pirates along Africa's east coast.
Gay Lebanese singer with 'Freddie Mercury' edge fronts band
Lebanon's alternative band is not only known for its catchy songs but its lead singer whose sexuality is still taboo in the region.
Lou Reed, of Velvet Underground, dead at 71
In the mid-1960s, Reed formed the band Velvet Underground, considered by some to be the most influential rock band of all time.
Malaysia: Ke$ha Warrior Tour concert canceled on religious, cultural grounds
The US pop singer claims she was threatened with imprisonment if she went ahead with her concert in Kuala Lumpur on Saturday.
London museum revives the dead
Displaying history through the bodies of people who lived it.
‘Homeland’ goes to South America: Brody’s Venezuela nightmare tower
Now in its 3rd season, 'Homeland' has taken a surprise turn for South America — and some of the backstory sounds very real.
Indonesian death squads reminisce in 'The Act of Killing'
Q&A with Joshua Oppenheimer, the filmmaker who prodded gangsters into re-enacting US-backed, anti-Communist killing sprees.
China: Revenge of the mistresses
China tunes in as jilted mistresses post compromising photos online to get revenge against corrupt ex-lovers.
Things rich people do: have 'receipt wars'
Two Russian millionaires battle it out to see who can spend more at a night club in London.
Spanish band Delorean falls victim to 'virtual kidnapping' in Mexico
'The death threats were absolutely real,' Spanish indie band said reportedly after ransom calls were made to their relatives in Spain.