British actor Roger Moore, who played the womanizing superspy James Bond over two decades with a suave wit, died Tuesday aged 89, his children announced.
"It is with a heavy heart that we must announce our loving father, Sir Roger Moore, has passed away today in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer," they said in a statement published on Twitter.Full Story
Video of a sea lion grabbing a little girl and yanking her into the water at a wharf on Canada's Pacific coast has gone viral and prompted warnings Monday against the dangers of feeding wild animals.Full Story
Nicole Kidman said Monday that she still tackles roles like a 21-year-old after the premiere of her shocking new horror movie at the Cannes film festival.Full Story
Istanbul authorities on Monday demolished the Reina nightclub that was hit by a deadly jihadist gun attack on New Year revelers, saying the venue had violated Turkish legislation.Full Story
Drake proved his dominance of the music industry once again by winning a record 13 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday night.
The music magazine's televised gala in Las Vegas hands out awards based on the year's chart performances, leaving little suspense about who will end the night well -- unlike the more prestigious Grammys, which are based on voting by music professionals.Full Story
Arnold Schwarzenegger laid into U.S. President Donald Trump Sunday saying his plans to revive coal would bring the world back to the horse and cart.Full Story
A helicopter whirs overhead and police take aim from the shadows. You must choose in an instant to join the terrified migrants hiding in the desert or the ones running for their lives.Full Story
After turning heads at her sister Kate's wedding to Prince William, Pippa Middleton was Saturday graduating from bridesmaid to bride at what the British media were dubbing the society wedding of the decade.Full Story
President Donald Trump has dominated news coverage in his first months in office, with most of the stories about him negative, a study showed Thursday.
In the study of major U.S. and European print and broadcast outlets, Trump was the topic of 41 percent of stories -- or three times the level of the three previous U.S. presidents.Full Story