Berlinale celebrates 70 years with return to political roots

A general view shows the “Berlinale Palast” where the competition movies will be screened at the upcoming 70th Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany, February 19, 2020. REUTERS/Fabrizio... Read more »

Cliffhangers, slam dunks and dark horses at Sunday’s Oscars

(Reuters) – Hollywood’s awards season reaches its climax at Sunday’s Oscars, with a cliffhanger over the top prize after a season marked by dark horses, renewed anguish over diversity,... Read more »

New York Fashion Week kicks off in shadow of Oscars

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Fresh on the heels of Paris’ glittering couture week, the sartorial spotlight shifts to New York, as designers gear up to present looks for fall... Read more »

Taylor Swift, Olivia Colman lead diverse Sundance 2020 lineup

PARK CITY, Utah (Reuters) – Women directors and stars will be at the forefront of this year’s Sundance Film Festival starting on Thursday, at a time when a lack... Read more »

Record U.S. tariff award over Airbus aid could fuel trade tensions

BRUSSELS/PARIS (Reuters) – Transatlantic trade ties face renewed disruption this week when global arbiters are expected to grant the United States a record award allowing it to hit European... Read more »

Nadal and Williams headline party for all ages at U.S. Open

NEW YORK (Reuters) – There will be something for every age at the U.S. Open this weekend with golden oldies Rafa Nadal and Serena Williams looking for more U.S.... Read more »

Young skaters challenge old dudes at Minneapolis X Games

TOKYO (Reuters) – Skateboarding has always been a young person’s game but when the X Games kicks off in Minneapolis on Thursday, competitors as young as 10 will be... Read more »

England’s Houghton and Bright injury doubts for Norway clash

(Reuters) – England manager Phil Neville says defenders Steph Houghton and Millie Bright are “major doubts” for their women’s World Cup quarter-final against Norway in Le Havre on Thursday.... Read more »

Familiarity should help Matildas against Norway: Gielnik

(Reuters) – Australia’s Norwegian connection will do all they can to give their coaches the inside track ahead of the last-16 knockout clash at the women’s World Cup on... Read more »

Blues looking to limit penalties in Game 4

ST. LOUIS — Throughout the Stanley Cup Final, the St. Louis Blues have spoken repeatedly of playing a disciplined game and staying out of the penalty box. Yet when... Read more »