These are some of the stories making headlines today.
The night before his historic summit with US President Donald Trump last June, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un took a surprise stroll in downtown Singapore to see the sights of the wealthy capitalist city.
The 2019 Oscars brought a close to awards season, with ‘Green Book’ winning best picture on a night of historic firsts
US Vice President Mike Pence will meet with Venezuela’s self-declared interim president and opposition leader, Juan Guaido in Bogota, Colombia Monday, following a weekend of violent clashes along Venezuela’s borders with Colombia and Brazil.
At least 154 people have died and more than 200 others have been hospitalized after consuming tainted alcohol in India, officials said.
Footage has emerged of UK Prime Minister Theresa May attempting to play pool with Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte.
Craig Coley never should have spent 39 years in prison. On this, everyone seems to agree. They also concur the 71-year-old should spend the rest of his life as a wealthy man.
(CNN) – It’s the Samuel L. Jackson sequel we’ve all been waiting for: A Scottish woman has survived a real-life case of a Snake on a Plane, finding a python curled up in her shoe after a 9,000 mile flight from Australia.
R. Kelly, one of the most successful R&B acts of all time, was still in jail Sunday afternoon after he failed to immediately produce the $100,000 in cash required to make bail.
The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are coming to the end of an official three-day visit to Morocco, days after Meghan celebrated her baby shower in New York.
North Korea could become one of the world’s “great economic powers” if it relinquishes its nuclear weapons, US President Donald Trump has said. Writing on Twitter, Mr Trump said the nation had “more potential for rapid growth than any other”. His comments came hours after his secretary of state Mike Pompeo said Pyongyang remains a nuclear threat.
Maurizio Sarri left Wembley not only nursing the pain of a Carabao Cup final loss to Manchester City but with every shred of his authority and a large slice of his credibility as Chelsea manager stripped away by a disgraceful act of insubordination from goalkeeper Kepa Arrizabalaga.
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The first Kenyan to run in the Olympics, Nyantika Maiyoro, has died at the age of 88. Maiyoro ran under the British flag at the 1956 Melbourne Olympics, coming seventh in the 5000m race with a time of 13:53:25. He died in hospital in the south-western city of Kisii on Sunday night, after falling into a coma.
The Oscars have been suffering from an identity crisis lately. Every week of the last year, it seemed, the Academy would announce a change in proceedings – an award for ‘Achievement in Popular Film’, several awards given out during commercial breaks – only to announce a couple of days later that it wouldn’t make that change, after all.
It’s impossible to ignore certain trends like foldable phones, hole-punch displays, and 5G at Mobile World Congress this year. Every company seems to be chasing the same things, except Sony. Instead of copying the same trends, the beleaguered tech giant going widescreen – really widescreen with its new flagship Xperia 1, Xperia 10, and Xperia 10 Plus Android phones.
Chrissy Teigen can’t take even one night off from being the queen of Twitter. At the 2019 Oscars, she had a pretty funny moment at the Vanity Fair Oscars party, and of course she had the perfect comment for it.
Forget stunning visuals: all you really need to make a very intense trailer is ominous music, shell casing sound effects and some dialogue about house painting. That may not sound all too intriguing on paper, but the teaser for Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman – which is based on Charles Brandt’s novel I Heard You Paint Houses – makes it work.
Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper shared an especially intimate look during their performance of “Shallow” at the Oscars, and all of the hearts on the internet collectively melted. Bask in all this love – even if it was just a very convincing performance.
Spike Lee is also angry about Green Book winning Best Picture. The BlacKkKlansman director was reported to have stood up and waved his hands in disgust during Sunday’s Oscars ceremony, when Julia Roberts announced Green Book as the winner of the night’s top prize.
There are truly not enough scrunchies on the Oscars red carpet. Luckily, Jason Momoa is here. The Aquaman star generated quite the online reaction with his Academy Awards red carpet get-up on Sunday, a dust pink tuxedo by the late Karl Lagerfeld. Actress and Momoa’s wife Lisa Bonet wore a matching blush gown also by the designer.