Two groups of tourists have been caught crossing from Finland into Russia in the past week.
Dolce & Gabbana designers called the "Malibu" singer's politically motivated comments "ignorant."
Hamed Sinno of Mashrou Leila' tells Newsweek he has received homophobic abuse and death threats.
Adele, a North Londoner, posed for pictures that later went viral.
Goodbye lumbar roll, hello rolled-up foam mat.
Is the rapper's new album about Beyoncé or Barack Obama—or something else altogether?
The hairstyle is part of a set of redesigns that include Ken dolls of various races, with new face shapes.
"You had one job!" Colbert tells Trump attorney Jay Sekulow.
Lyft's new service allows users to "Walk to stop. Hop in. Hop out. Walk to destination."
Kim, co-founder of The Hundreds, has produced 'Built to Fail: A Streetwear Story,' about fashion's evolution from punk, skate and hip-hop subcultures.
Metropolitan Kornily, Primate of the Russian Orthodox Old Believer Church, told a Russian media outlet that "God created everyone with a beard."
The late actress's autopsy was released Monday by the Los Angeles County Coroner.
'Detroit: Become Human' is the latest release from visionary game developer David Cage, known for making games that are far more story-driven and impactful than almost anything else on the shelf.
After a rocky debut in 2010, Square Enix’s massively multiplayer online role-playing game Final Fantasy XIV boasts a thriving and devoted fanbase.
Telling the official story of one of the most iconic characters in movie history is no small task.
'Elite Dangerous' is currently available for PC and Xbox One. The game heads to PS4 on June 27 and its next expansion, 'The Return,' debuts in Q3 2017.
You’ll find a lot of quirky, cute moments in 'Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.'
1997 was the best music year of the '90s. Here's proof.
The Nintendo Switch, despite its record-breaking numbers, is also still an unknown commodity somewhat marred by the Wii U’s failure.
Spend the day with dad and titles like "Father of the Bride," "Master of None," "Mrs. Doubtfire" and "Finding Nemo."
Bong Joon-ho's upcoming film, starring Tilda Swinton, Paul Dano and Jake Gyllenhaal, is a bracing corporate satire with the excitement of an action movie.
Lennon’s line “Everybody loves you when you’re six foot underground” is proving true.
The National Endowment for the Arts announced its second round of 2017 grants, totaling $80.26 million for activities in all 50 states and five U.S. jurisdictions.
The actress said some aspects of the film were "deeply hurtful."
Sweden’s true-crime podcast “Spår” led to Kaj Linna’s release from jail.
Why are conservatives uncomfortable that an onstage tyrant reminds them of Trump?
The "Late Night" host mocked up a few messages from important people in the president's life as he turned 71.
The 'Late Show' host knows who he wants to play him when Hollywood turns the Trump-Russia saga into a movie.
The film was banned in Lebanon and pulled from a film festival in Algeria. Its theatrical release was also suspended in Tunisia.
Whoopi Goldberg, who was the female lead actress in Steven Spielberg’s, “The Color Purple,” actually won a Golden Globe for her performance in the film.