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Disney's latest live-action remake "Beauty and the Beast" had the highest March opening of all time.
British physicist Stephen Hawking fears he won't be welcome in the U.S. due to his criticism of how President Trump is treating scientists.
Forget buying that new car, opt for a scarf and gloves and head to Norway if you want to achieve true happiness, a new report suggests.
Some public toilets in Beijing are using facial recognition technology to stop toilet paper theft, South China Morning Post reports.
Why you may notice fewer phone booths and other relics of a bygone era at the airport.
Watson's paycheck for playing Belle could grow significantly depending on the film's success, The Hollywood Reporter says.
Arctic and Antarctic sea ice reached record lows during an exceptionally warm February, according to new data from NOAA.
Heading into its opening weekend, Disney's live-action remake of "Beauty and the Beast" has already broken records.
Jessica Alba's The Honest Company announced Thursday that it's found a new CEO.
Domino's CEO Patrick Doyle is convinced voice is going to become a bigger part of how people interact with technology.
The musical features a number of absurd things about the notorious provocateur Shkreli, many of which happen to be true.
Calls from conservative groups in Asia to boycott a Disney film over a "gay moment" have drawn criticism, the SCMP reports.
Research firm SkyTrax has named Singapore's Changi Airport the "World's Best Airport" for a fifth consecutive year.
A massive winter weather system has hit much of the Northeast as New York, New Jersey, Connecticut and Pennsylvania declare states of emergency.
While snowfall in many regions came in lower than expected, local authorities were still urging residents to stay off the road to clear the snow.
Sleet and strong winds battered New York City and much of the Northeast on Tuesday, as officials scrambled to deal with the late-winter storm.
NYC's Office of the Comptroller said it expects snow removal costs from the winter storm Stella to come in between $23.9 million and $35.9 million.
“This referendum that the SNP are now wanting - or are expecting to have - really doesn’t help the negotiations,” Baroness Verma told CNBC.
The National Weather Service warned some 50 million people from Pennsylvania to Maine of a "rapidly intensifying nor'easter."
The Disney movie has courted controversy after the director, Bill Condon, first announced that it would feature a gay character.
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