Michigan preparing to allow for public sales, operation of self-driving cars
Michigan is among seven states with laws related to autonomous cars, while Arizona's governor has issued an executive order.
Dylan O’Brien’s “Maze Runner: Death Cure” release pushed back
The movie — the third in the Maze Runner trilogy — had been set for a Presidents Day weekend release date of Feb, 17, 2017.
EU extends Syria sanctions for one more year
“The EU will step up its political role in support for a credible resumption of the intra-Syrian talks coordinated by the UN,” EU said.
Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds to release new album, film in September
The film is listed on independent Los Angeles cinema group Laemmle's website, which states it will premiere on September 8.
Nigeria leader: 11,500 Boko Haram captives freed since he took office
The administration said it prioritized regional cooperation in the fight against Boko Haram insurgency and violent extremism.
Radiohead debut “Glass Eyes” live in London
The track is the last from their recently released ninth album ‘A Moon Shaped Pool’ to be given a live outing.
President posthumously awards fallen soldiers
“Our heroic soldiers fell for their beloved ones, for all of us, for Armenia, for the peaceful existence of the Armenian nation,” Sargsyan said.
Garbage share new track “Even Though Our Love Is Doomed”
“Even Though Our Love Is Doomed” follows “Empty”, the album’s lead single, which the band shared in April.
The Stone Roses announce major support acts for Manchester shows
Each night will see them joined by hip-hop icons Public Enemy, before a selection of local indie heroes.
WHO rejects call for postponing Rio Olympic Games
The WHO's advice is that pregnant women should not travel to areas with ongoing Zika virus transmission, including Rio de Janeiro.
Islamic State militants fight rebels in Syrian opposition stronghold
The territorial gains around the rebel strongholds of Marea and Azaz, north of Aleppo city, are a blow to the Turkey and Saudi-backed rebels.
U.S. military orders own soldiers to remove Kurdish insignia
“There’s political sensitivities around the organization that that patch represents, and that makes it inappropriate,” Steve Warren said.
Fantasy actioner “Warcraft” opens at int’l markets with $9.3 million
Germany opened No. 1 on May 26 with $2.2 million for the biggest opening day of the year with a 50% market share.
104 Islamic State militants killed in Turkish airstrikes in Syria
Kilis has been hit by rockets from IS-controlled territory more than 70 times since January, killing 21 people including children.
J.J. Abrams’ sci-fi thriller “God Particle” adds cast
The story centers on the efforts of scientists aboard an international space station to tap into a new energy source.
"The Equalizer" producer nabs historical thriller “The Technologists”
Matthew Pearl will adapt the screenplay, which takes place after an unnatural disaster strikes the ships in Boston Harbor.
SpaceX successfully lands Falcon rocket at sea for third time
Elon Musk said via Twitter that the rocket's landing speed was close to the design maximum, thus the back and forth motion.
HayPost to participate in World Stamp Show 2016 in NYC
More than 120 philatelic associations and organizations, 50 national postal operators from all over the world will take part in the event.
ANCA urges U.S. to take concrete steps toward Karabakh settlement
“Armenian Americans across the U.S. appreciate Chairman Royce’s leadership in advancing the Royce-Engel proposals” said Raffi Hamparian.
Horror thriller “Cold Moon” debuts at Nocturna Madrid Fantastic Film Fest
Griff Furst directed from a script he wrote with Jack Snyder based on the novel Cold Moon Over Babylon by Michael McDowell.
Vienna talks on Karabakh settlement were successful: Azeri President
“We expect that very serious, substantive talks will follow soon," Aliyev said at a reception on the Republic Day on May 28.
“Scorch Trials” actress to star in James Cameron's “Battle Angel” movie
Rosa Salazar has nabbed the lead in the adaptation of the popular Japanese manga “Battle Angel Alita.”
UN says Syrian regime hinders delivery of humanitarian aid
The UN submitted plans to reach 1.1 million people in 34 besieged, hard-to-reach and other priority locations during the month of May.
Callan Mulvey, Tyson Ritter starring in dystopian drama “Desolate”
The story is centered around a family of farmers living in a dystopian future where a severe drought is forcing people off of their land.
Iran complying with nuclear agreement, watchdog says
Iran "has not pursued the construction of the existing Arak heavy water research reactor" and has "not enriched uranium" above low levels.
Vanessa Williams, Sterling Knight join “Man From Earth” sequel
David Lee Smith, who portrayed the lead character John Oldman, and William Katt will return.
Armenia’s independence generation is master of our state: President
“Our independence and our statehood were no gift,” Serzh Sargsyan said. “We paid for them a price nobody has ever paid.”
Tom Hiddleston in “advance talks” to topline in “Bond 25”
Previous news said that Daniel Craig signed on to star in Steven Soderbergh's heist comedy "Logan Lucky".
Iraqi troops progress towards IS-controlled Fallujah
"Our troops are now in the process of surrounding the city from all (sides)," Lt. General Abdul-Wahab al-Saadi said.
Azeris shoot from firearms, Karabakh situation still calm
The Nagorno Karabakh Defense Army troops refrained from retaliating to continue protecting their positions.
Former Argentine junta leader sentenced to 20 years in prison
Reynaldo Bignone and 14 other military officers were found guilty by a court in Argentina after a three-year trial.
Top Islamic State commander among 70 militants killed in air strikes
Falluja fell to IS in 2014, a key moment in its rise that saw it declare a caliphate across swathes of Iraq and Syria.
Over 2,000 migrants rescued from boats in Mediterranean
In 2014 and 2015, more than 320,000 boat migrants arrived on Italian shores, and an estimated 7,000 died in the Mediterranean.
Mexico drug lord Chapo files legal challenge against extradition
Mexico's Foreign Ministry approved Guzman's extradition to the United States earlier in May.
Vice president of Ecuador’s parliament visits Armenian Genocide memorial
The guests visited the Genocide Museum-Institute, laid flowers at the memorial and paid tribute to the victims with a moment of silence.
U.S.-led coalition have conducted at least 150 airstrikes on ISIS
The U.S. is backing twin assaults against ISIS-- one for Raqqa province, and one for the Iraqi city of Fallujah across the border.
Karabakh Army regularly replenished with night vision devices: Minister
Seyran Ohanyan added that the 800 ha of land lost in the course of the 4-day war are under Karabakh Army’s constant control.
Facebook seeks to power all advertising across the Internet
“Publishers have some users who aren’t Facebook users. We think we can do a better job powering those ads,” said Andrew Bosworth.
Snapchat eyes $1 bn in annual revenue by 2017: report
According to an internal presentation deck, Snapchat's revenue jumped from $4 million to $33 million per quarter last year.
Broad Green Pictures unveils “Step Sisters” dance comedy cast
“Step Sisters” centers on an ambitious sorority girl who, in order to get admitted to the law school of her dreams, agrees to cross cultural lines.
France’s underwater probes reach EgyptAir search zone
The French company will conduct a deepwater search in areas within the 5 kilometer search zone believed to contain the two black boxes.
Christie's London announces sale of John Constable masterpiece
The work will be offered alongside other masterpieces by Reynolds, Leighton, Lowry, Spencer, Bacon and Freud.
Turkey accuses U.S. of “hypocrisy” for fighting along Syria’s Kurds
"If they don't see these (groups) as the same as the YPG, then this is double standards, hypocrisy," Mevlut Cavusoglu said.
Lincoln anti-slavery documents sell for $4.57 mln in New York
The copy sold is one of 14 signed by Lincoln, his vice president, the speaker of the House Schuyler Colfax and in this case, by 36 senators.
Piece of debris found in Mozambique “likely from MH370”
The pieces were "reasonably light and looked extremely similar to photos posted on the internet of other pieces of debris.”
The Strokes share second “Future Present Past” track “Drag Queen”
The band will hold a week-long pop-up shop in New York, opening on May 30 and closing on June 5.
Al-Qaeda gaining oil profits in Yemen despite battlefield territory losses
A natural gas export facility at Belhaf, Shabwa is divided among al Qaeda, government troops, Houthi forces and armed tribes.
Radiohead play 3 songs for the 1st time on current world tour
The show followed the release of their ninth album 'A Moon Shaped Pool' earlier this month.
Axl Rose wants to continue touring with AC/DC
The Guns ’N Roses frontman stepped in as the band’s temporary frontman after Brian Johnson was advised by doctors to stop touring.
Red Hot Chili Peppers share title track from their new album
The band are set to headline Reading & Leeds Festival this summer, as well as T In The Park.