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  • Hong Kong brothers go on trial in 'Transformers' extortion case

    Hong Kong brothers go on trial in 'Transformers' extortion case
    BEIJING -- Two Hong Kong brothers accused of attempting to extort about $12,800 from the crew filming Michael Bay’s “Transformers: Age of Extinction” last year went on trial Tuesday in the Chinese territory. Mak Chi-shing, 27, and...
  • Snowden reportedly headed for Cuba after Moscow stopover

    Snowden reportedly headed for Cuba after Moscow stopover
    MOSCOW — A plane from Hong Kong believed to be carrying the former National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden landed in the Russian capital late Sunday afternoon, and authorities said he was en route to Cuba. There were conflicting reports...
  • China levanta su veto a Lady Gaga tras estar tres años en la lista negra

    China levanta su veto a Lady Gaga tras estar tres años en la lista negra
    El último álbum de la cantante estadounidense Lady Gaga será lanzado en China tres años después de que la música de la popular artista fuera censurada en el gigante asiático por su "vulgaridad". Los fans de Lady Gaga ya pueden hacer la reserva de...
  • Facebook shares soar on analyst upgrade, report of headway in China

    Facebook shares soar on analyst upgrade, report of headway in China
    SAN FRANCISCO -- Facebook shares reached new highs Tuesday after an upgrade from an analyst and a report that the social network may have gotten its foot in the door in China. Shares have more than doubled in the last 52 weeks. They were up $1.69, or 4%...
  • A turn, a snap, a fall: Signatures of the stars

    A turn, a snap, a fall: Signatures of the stars
    Jack Nicholson called them "Dernsies." At least, he did when referring to Bruce Dern, the "Nebraska" star who appeared in the 1971 film "Drive, He Said," which Nicholson directed. So what are "Dernsies"? "It's not something I set out to do and not...
  • Only Muslims can call their deity Allah, Malaysian court rules

    Only Muslims have the right to refer to their god as Allah, a Malaysian appeals court ruled Monday, setting off angry outcries among Christians and opposition political leaders that the government is oppressing minority faiths. The name of Allah has...
  • Is marketplace the best judge of art? A debate -- and an answer

    Is marketplace the best judge of art? A debate -- and an answer
    The art market experienced a noteworthy correction in Hong Kong last week. On Friday, a formal debate was held at the newest spinoff of the Art Basel franchise of international art fairs to consider the motion: "The Market Is the Best Judge of Art's...
  • Things to know for Monday

    Things to know for Monday
    More than a dozen firefighters in Arizona died this weekend, political demonstrations in Brazil were suppressed by more than 10,000 troops, and Egypt is seeing resurgent political demonstrations of its own. Welcome to your post-weekend trends report for...
  • Richard Baum dies at 72; China expert at UCLA

    Richard Baum, a leading China expert at UCLA who founded a lively and influential Internet forum used by hundreds of scholars, diplomats, journalists and government officials to follow ideas and trends in contemporary Chinese politics, died Friday at...
  • Ashley Dunn named Times California editor

     
    Times Editor Russ Stanton made the following staff announcement today: After a 17-year journey through Business, Science and National, Deputy National Editor Ashley Dunn is returning to Metro this week – as California editor. Ashley is succeeding...
  • New wave of tainted food in China and how inflation could make it worse

     
    Three years after China was rocked by a massive tainted-milk scandal, the country has again been hit by a wave of food scares in recent weeks. The list includes diseased pigs used for bacon; noodles made of corn, ink and......