Mon, Nov 30 2015
DUBLIN Sinead O'Connor is safe and receiving medical treatment, Irish media reported on Monday, after a message about her taking an overdose was posted on the Irish singer's Facebook page. | Video
THORNABY, England Vintage toys linked to the "Star Wars" film franchise are moving faster than a swirling lightsaber, sending prices of many of them soaring into hyperspace.
LONDON Michael Fassbender says taking on the role of Macbeth was a daunting task and he sought advice from his "X-Men" co-star Scottish actor James McAvoy in the latest big screen adaption of William Shakespeare's tragedy. | Video
NEW YORK Former child star and fashion designer Mary-Kate Olsen has married Frenchman Olivier Sarkozy - the half-brother of former French President Nicolas Sarkozy - in a quiet New York ceremony, her former "Full House" TV co-star said on Monday.
SYDNEY On the ferries that crisscross Sydney's harbour, passengers sit inside hunched over their smartphones, ignoring the gorgeous scenery afforded by what many people think is the world's most beautiful commute. But not Nina Leatherday.
GAZA The group of girls, ponytailed and dressed in pink, stretched their arms out to the sides and pivoted onto their toes, trying desperately to hold still. Eagle-eyed, the instructor surveyed Gaza's latest crop of would-be ballerinas.
NEW YORK A tiny salt shaker symbol that warns certain meals are high in sodium will appear, starting Tuesday, on menus in chain restaurants in New York City, the first U.S. city to take the step in an effort to combat heart disease and stroke.
NEW YORK British singer Adele's new album sold a record 3.38 million U.S. copies in its first full week, Nielsen Music said, becoming the biggest-selling album of 2015 in an astonishing feat for an era when artists rarely top 1 million.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Moviegoers said goodbye to Katniss Everdeen and welcomed back Rocky Balboa, a series of farewells and reunions that powered Thanksgiving box office receipts above last year's holiday. | Video
TOKYO An award-winning Japanese manga artist, whose retellings of traditional ghost stories and depictions of the horrors of World War Two helped propel anime to global popularity, died on Monday at the age of 93.