CINCINNATI — Talk about night and day.
Ann Hornaday, a critic for The Washington Post, offers a film studies class in ?Talking Pictures.?
Cristiano Ronaldo says his “numbers don’t lie” after his goals help Real Madrid beat Juventus 4-1 in the Champions League final in Cardiff.
Three pitches into Saturday’s game, Edinson Volquez sustained a collision that nearly ended his day.
London’s Metropolitan Police on said they are “dealing with an incident” on London Bridge, where witnesses reported injuries to pedestrians.
Even before its release, the movie ?Matilda,? about the torrid affair between a ballerina and the future Nicholas II, has the Orthodox faithful fuming.
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Financial power has shifted to buyers in China, but some dealers remain skeptical that they will develop a taste for art stars of the West.
When Brexit happens, the UK will have a 300 mile long major land border with the EU.
Real Madrid have an “appointment with history” when they face Juventus in the Champions League final on Saturday, says Sergio Ramos.