Sacramento Kings guard Rajon Rondo apologized Tuesday for using a homophobic slur during a game earlier this month to NBA referee Bill Kennedy, who came out in the wake of the controversy.
President Barack Obama launched a full-throated defense of open immigration policies Tuesday, hailing it as America’s ”oldest tradition” amid a fierce election-fueled row over tighter rules.
The first trailer of “Independence Day: Resurgence,” Roland Emmerich’s highly anticipated sequel to “Independence Day” had just been launched by 20th Century Fox.
Brutal attacks on three villages by Boko Haram Islamists in the restive northeast of Nigeria have left 30 dead and 20 others wounded, a vigilante told AFP.
Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors dominated the NBA in 2015, winning the team’s first league title since 1975 and starting the 2015-16 campaign with a record-setting win streak.
One of this decade’s crop of best TV shows include “Fargo,” which had another well-received run for its second season recently. Weeks before the show’s Season 2 finale, it was revealed that “Fargo” will be returning for a third year, as per Variety. However, its creator said Tuesday that the upcoming season won’t be returning to television until 2017.
CBS’ perky and likable superhero “Supergirl” will be embarking another new adventure. This time, the character will be featured in a digital comic book series called the “Adventures of Supergirl.”
Roman Reigns had hell to pay after his actions at WWE TLC and the Authority wasted little time to avenge the damage inflicted on WWE COO Triple H just the night before.
Typhoon “Nona” (International name: Melor) has forced the suspension of classes in various parts of the Philippines for December 16, 2015.
Music videos…we love some, we hate some. Now, MTV is inviting fans in Southeast Asia to have their say about their favourite artists’ music in the brand-new music show Video Love premiering on Saturday, 26 December at 1.30pm (WIB), 2.30pm (PH/SG) and 3.30pm (MY).