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  • Actor Willem Dafoe on Wisconsin, Philip Seymour Hoffman and 'A Most Wanted Man'

    There are actors with range and then there's Willem Dafoe. The sharp-featured Dafoe has played roles as diverse as Jesus (in Martin Scorsese's controversial "The Last Temptation of Christ") and the bloodsucking ghoul Nosferatu (a deliciously over-the-...
  • Girl's death a turning point -- but only if outrage leads to action

    Girl's death a turning point -- but only if outrage leads to action
    The phrase came fast after the death of Shamiya Adams: turning point. A sweet 11-year-old child at a sleepover making s'mores with friends. A stray bullet fired from the violence-plagued streets of Chicago's West Side. An innocent snuffed out in an...
  • UEFA sanciona al PSG por amenazas a insultos a hinchas discapacitados del Chelsea

    BERNA (Reuters) - El campeón del fútbol francés Paris St Germain deberá cerrar dos secciones de su estadio Parc des Princes para su próximo partido como local a nivel europeo luego de que sus hinchas amenazaran e insultaran a aficionados discapacitados...
  • 'The Intruders' trailer: Immortality has a price

    'The Intruders' trailer: Immortality has a price
    BBC America's new drama "The Intruders" suggests that humans can achieve life after death—but someone will pay the price for said immortality. "You'll see that some will fight it. Sometimes it takes years when the older one doesn't want to give...
  • 'Gracepoint' vs. 'Broadchurch': How Fox's Adaptation Differs From British Original

    Fans of acclaimed British murder mystery "Broadchurch" may question the need for a U.S. remake, but the producers of Fox's "Gracepoint" are fairly confident their adaptation will stand on its own -- mostly because they believe that many American viewers...
  • 'Intruders' Trailer: BBC America Releases New Preview

    "Welcome back," says the trailer for BBC America's new thriller "Intruders." Based on the novel 'The Intruders," by Michael Marshall Smith, the series follows a secret society devoted to chasing immortality by seeking refuge in the bodies of others....
  • UK's Cameron wants tougher EU Russia sanctions, defense sale ban

    LONDON (Reuters) - The European Union should impose harder-hitting sanctions on Russia after the downing of a Malaysian airliner in Ukraine, British Prime Minister David Cameron said on Monday, advocating an EU ban on future sales of military equipment to...
  • Israel Solidarity Gathering draws 1,000 people

    It was a sea of blue-and-white at B'nai Torah Congregation in Boca Raton on the evening of July 16. That's when about a thousand people — of all Jewish denominations — came dressed in blue-and-white, waving blue-and-white Israeli flags, and...
  • Cook admits pressure to turn results around

    LONDON (Reuters) - England captain Alastair Cook admits that should he fail to score runs in the remaining three tests against India and results do not go his way, he may no longer be the right man to revive the fortunes of his struggling team....
  • Wenger positive but Walcott will miss start of the season

    (Reuters) - Arsenal forward Theo Walcott will miss the start of the Premier League season but should be back in full training by the end of August and playing again soon afterwards, manager Arsene Wenger said. The 25-year-old England international...
  • PBS and CBS Lead News and Documentary Emmy Nominations

    PBS and CBS lapped the field with nominations for the 35th annual News and Documentary Awards. PBS lead with 43 bids, driven by 11 for "Frontline." CBS was a close second with 42, powered by 27 bids for "60 Minutes." ABC took in 19, led by 10 for...
  • Britain arrests 660 suspected paedophiles during six-month operation

    LONDON (Reuters) - Police forces across Britain have arrested 660 suspected paedophiles during a six-month covert operation to find people accessing indecent images of children online, Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) said on Wednesday. Doctors,...