Four Nigerians Face Execution in Indonesia

Indonesian President Joko Widodo has denied clemency appeals for four Nigerian men convicted of drug trafficking.

“Kevin Hart is one of the funniest human beings I have ever met,” says Josh Grad

Josh Grad stars alongside the comedian and actor in the hilarious buddy comedy, “The Wedding Ringer.”

Meet The World’s Most Beautiful Woman

People Magazine has named Sandra Bullock the world’s most beautiful woman of 2015.

Anthony Kelley Makes his Film Debut in ‘The Gambler’

“It’s a dream come true,” says the 22-year-old Los Angeles native who answered a local casting call seeking real basketball players to star in the film.

Nate Parker to Direct Historical biopic on Nat Turner

“Using my platform as an actor to do these types of powerful movies is what I do,” says Parker.

4 Things People Get Wrong About Running

Is running bad for your knees? Studies show that running actually strengthens your knees and other joints, and improves your bone health. To prevent damage to your knees or anywhere else on your body, first start with the right pair of shoes.

Gonzalez stoppage time goal to rescue crucial three points for LA

Galaxy youngsters started for first team players out on international duty; Omar Gonzalez Sub in the game to score the incredible winning goal for LA.

Health For All Bill Passes Senate Committee

Lara’s bill would allow low-income immigrant families in California to get regular medical care through the state’s health insurance program for low-income people called Medi-Cal

Sandals provides 13,000 jobs across Caribbean with ‘more to come’

“We earn for Jamaica more foreign exchange than any other organisation here,” Stewart said and, by virtue of the size of his operation here, he added that his company pays more taxes in Jamaica than any other firm.

Morgan Heritage Lights Up Dance Floors from Africa to the West Coast

Morgan Heritage made history this week, closing a star-studded show at the Abi-Reggae International Music Festival and Conference in Abidjan, Cote d’Ivoire. The inaugural event (orchestrated with Ivorian reggae superstar Alpha Blondy) focused on the genre’s influence in Africa. Morgan Heritage was invited to participate alongside a contingency of more than 60 prominent Jamaicans including iconic dub-poet and radio journalist Mutabaruka, Member of Parliament Hon. Olivia “Babsy” Grange and veteran artist manager, Copeland Forbes.

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