Japan's Misao Okawa, then 114, poses with the certificate of the world's oldest woman, which was presented to her by Guinness World Records Japan Country Manager Erika Ogawa, unseen, at a nursing home in Osaka, western Japan. (AP)
LOS ANGELES: Hollywood stars have chorused support for Hillary Clinton’s US presidential campaign, indicating Tinseltown will be firmly behind the former first lady as she targets the White House.
PERTH: A rarely seen Omura’s whale has washed up in Australia, only the second sighting nationally and one of the few globally, exciting scientists who know little about the species, officials said Tu
PARIS: Catherine Deneuve’s latest movie, “La Tete Haute,” will open next month’s Cannes Film Festival, the organizers said Monday.
LOS ANGELES: Teen tear-jerker “The Fault in Our Stars” and “American Sniper” actor Bradley Cooper were the big winners at the MTV Movie Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday.
VANCOUVER, British Columbia: Actor Ryan Reynolds was the victim of a hit-and-run in a hotel parking lot, his publicist and Vancouver police said Sunday.
RIYADH: No one would mistake the scene for Cannes. The towers from oil refineries dotted the horizon instead of the masts of mega-yachts.
BERLIN: Germany’s most famous writer, Gunter Grass, best known for his 1959 novel “The Tin Drum” but whose reputation was tarnished by his admission he had served in Hitler’s Waffen SS, died Monday ag
JERUSALEM: Israeli paparazzi are in hot pursuit trying to catch up with the Kardashians — and rapper Kanye West.
LOS ANGELES: Hollywood actress Gwyneth Paltrow will attempt to survive on just $29 food stamp budget for a week.
LOS ANGELES: Singer Justin Timberlake and his actress wife Jessica Biel welcomed their first child into the world on Saturday, a boy named Silas Randall.
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