Studio giant Warner Bros accused Hollywood producers Bob and Harvey Weinstein of “trying to rewrite history” on Wednesday by suing for a share of profits from the blockbuster Hobbit movies.
Tennis legend Martina Navratilova and former NBA player Jason Collins have urged world sports bodies like the International Olympic Committee to show more support for homosexual athletes.
Swansea City and Wigan Athletic are on the road on Thursday as they bid to seal their berths in the first knockout round of the Europa League.
New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor declared himself to be in his “best mindset” ever following another century against the West Indies on Wednesday, one year after being dumped as captain.
Coach Andy Flower insists England are not scared of Australian paceman Mitchell Johnson, and says the tourists’ dismal record in Perth will have no bearing on the outcome of the pivotal third Ashes Te
Pro-EU demonstrators in Ukraine dug in on Thursday as the United States warned of possible sanctions over Kiev’s crackdown on opposition protests, urging authorities to show restraint.
England great Geoffrey Boycott on Wednesday blasted captain Alastair Cook’s “scrambled brain” and said the team needed to use more common sense to prevent yet another defeat to Australia.
The sign language interpreter at Nelson Mandela’s memorial was accused on Wednesday of being a fake who merely flapped his arms around during speeches.
Australia’s High Court on Thursday struck gay marriage in the nation’s capital where dozens have wed under a landmark law, ruling that parliament must decide whether to approve same—sex unions.
The Russian Supreme Court has ordered a review of the guilty verdicts for two members of punk band Pussy Riot, three months before the pair are due to be released from prison, it said on Thursday.