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James Harden Delivers an Assist to Haiti | Brooklyn Nets
In the heart of the NBA season, James Harden is reaching out to assist off the court.
Ali Mitgutsch, Revered German Children's Illustrator, Dies at 86
Known as the father of a genre called Wimmelbuch, he delighted readers with vast, detailed, cartoonish tableaus often crammed with jokes and anecdotes.
Aafia Siddiqui, the federal prisoner at the center of the Texas synagogue hostage situation, has Boston ties
Malik Faisal Akram reportedly demanded the release of Siddiqui, who is in prison for trying to kill U.S. service members in Afghanistan.
Julian Lennon backs NHS campaign using lyrics to Beatles' hit Help!
Julian Lennon has praised a new NHS mental health campaign which sees celebrities reciting words from The Beatles song Help!
Man seeks to change name to 'Kill the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill'
An architect has applied at the high court to change his name by deed poll to "Kill the Police, Crime, Sentencing and Courts Bill" in protest at punitive new anti-protest legislation being debated in the House of Lords on Monday.
Bosnian Film Director Is Vilified in Serbia and 'Disobedient' at Home
Jasmila Zbanic, named Europe's best director for "Quo Vadis, Aida?" , insists on blaming individuals, not ethnic groups, for atrocities done as Yugoslavia imploded, a stance that can anger all sides.
LA Landlord Group's Moratorium Fight Edges Closer To Supreme Court
A landlord group's challenge to the City of Los Angeles's long-running - and controversial - eviction moratorium has moved a step closer to a hearing before the Supreme Court.
6 Ways AI Machine Learning Benefits Businesses
For many people, artificial intelligence still seems like something from a science fiction movie. However, AI technology is becoming a common part of everyday life at home and in the world of business.
Measuring Trust in AI
Prompted by the increasing prominence of artificial intelligence (AI) in society, University of Tokyo researchers investigated public attitudes toward the ethics of AI.
'The extremist media has tried to destroy me': Oscar-winning Iranian director Asghar Farhadi
ithdrawing your film from the Oscars would be career suicide for most directors, but in November Asghar Farhadi appeared to do precisely that.