Trump earns tweet library from 'Daily Show'
The comedy central flagship series will be setting up a temporary homage to the president's tweets inside the New York public library.
Elon Musk launches company to link human brains with computers
It’s believed it will develop technology that could implant tiny electrodes into the brain to merge human and AI.
US police ramp up security at British sites across New York
The NYPD says police are concerned about copycat attacks but there is no specific threat to New York City.
Fans continue to pay tribute to musical legend Chuck Berry
Berry, the architect of rock 'n' roll, died at his home in Missouri at the age of 90 on Saturday.
Winter storm Stella puts 18 million under blizzard warning
Thousands of flights have been cancelled in 8 states along the north-east coast of the US as a blizzard makes its way through the region.
White House backtracks on Trump’s claim of Obama wiretapping phones
White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said Trump hadn’t been referring to wiretapping when he tweeted about wiretapping.
US gears up for day without women
Women across the US have been encouraged to stay away from their jobs as the world marks International Women's Day.
PwC’s Brian Cullinan to blame for Oscars Best Picture gaffe?
Auditing firm PricewaterhouseCoopers says its accountant didn't act quickly enough to correct Sunday night's Oscar drama.
PricewaterhouseCoopers apologises for blunder at the Oscars
'La La Land' was mistakenly named as the winner of the Best Picture award when 'Moonlight' had actually won.
'La La Land' faces tough competition with 'Moonlight' in the spotlight
It's Oscar weekend in Hollywood and 'La La Land' is the favourite to win the most awards but still faces some tough competition.
Ballots in, red carpet out as 2017 Oscars draws nearer
In four days' time, the Oscars will honour some of the best talent in film.
Trump attempts to downplay reports of turmoil in administration
Trump held a news conference at the White House on Thursday in which he defended his first month in office.
Small, intimate funeral planned for late jazz great Al Jarreau
The seven-time Grammy winner died on Sunday, at the age of 76.
This year's Grammys take on political flavour
Performers took the chance to express their views since Donald Trump took over as US president.
Fans around the world mourn passing of Al Jarreau
The singer announced his retirement just days ago after he'd been hospitalised due to exhaustion.
Ladysmith Black Mambazo up for another Grammy
The multiple-award-winning acapella group is up for its 5th statue at the Grammys in Los Angeles, set for tonight.
Beyoncé, Adele to compete for most-sought Grammys
Beyoncé and Adele will compete for the top prizes of song, album and record of the year.
Poaching documentary draws praise at Sundance Festival
Called 'Trophy', the film shows the complex issues at play between South Africa and the United States when it comes to hunting.