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  • Spain's Princess Letizia could give Kate Middleton a fashion rival

    Spain's Princess Letizia could give Kate Middleton a fashion rival
    Watch out Duchess of Cambridge, there’s a new royal on the world fashion stage— soon-to-be Queen Letizia of Spain. King Juan Carlos, who ruled Spain for 39 years since General Franco’s death in 1975, on Monday announced his abdication....
  • Pictures in the News | June 11, 2014

     
    Wednesday's Pictures in the News begins in Brazil, where the biggest, loudest, longest, wildest party in the world kicks off tomorrow, as 32 teams descend on the soccer-crazed nation for the 2014 World Cup....
  • King's abdication announcement sparks monarchy debate in Spain

    King's abdication announcement sparks monarchy debate in Spain
    King Juan Carlos of Spain announced Monday that he would abdicate in favor of his son, sparking fierce public debate over whether the country should allow the crown's passing to another generation or abolish the monarchy. Tens of thousands of...
  • In the Philippines, basketball is the nation’s pastime

     
    In a country where the average person stands less than 5-feet-5-inches tall there is worship for a game normally dominated by giants. While much of the world bows down before the altar of soccer, it’s basketball that brings out the Filipino...
  • Yellow journalism is always profitable [Letter]

    Yellow journalism is always profitable [Letter]
    Dan Bongino suggests that newspapers need to change to make money ("Bongino: Sun's left-wing views show why print media are becoming irrelevant," May 31). He's right, yellow journalism makes money. But he's wrong, yellow journalism is not new. In 1898...
  • Fans give big welcome to Spain's national soccer team at BWI airport

    Fans give big welcome to Spain's national soccer team at BWI airport
    For Spain's national soccer team, the road to Brazil included a brief stop in Baltimore. The European powerhouse, among the favorites to win the 2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil, arrived at Baltimore-Washington International Airport on Monday night to a...
  • Sony Pictures Classics Acquires Cannes competition player 'Wild Tales'

    In one of the high-profile deals announced early Cannes, Sony Pictures Classics has acquired North America and Australia/New Zealand rights to Damian Szifron's buzzed-up Cannes Competion entry "Wild Tales." Spain's Film Factory is selling "Wild Tales" at...
  • Mexican Cinema: Financing, Crews, Locations Lure Global Productions

    The spectacular rise of Mexico's movie industry, which has increased feature film output fourfold in 10 years, may also offer cash-starved European producers a way out of Euroland austerity. With various strands of private and public production financing...
  • CANNES: Spain's Low-Budget Pics Come with High Ambitions

    Since 2012 the number of low-budget movies in Spain has surged, becoming a way for a new generation of filmmakers to overcome the paucity of financing. Some of Spain's most exciting movies of late have cost under €1 million ($1.39 million) and snatched...
  • CANNES: After Hitting Bottom, Spanish Fortunes Rise Again

    For Spain's film industry, the spring outlook for 2014 represents a frustrating paradox. On the one hand, theatrical grosses and ticket sales through April 20 were up 12% and 29%, respectively, over 2013, according to Rentrak. The romantic comedy...
  • Missing Van Gogh painting reported found in safe-deposit box in Spain

    Missing Van Gogh painting reported found in safe-deposit box in Spain
    A long-missing painting by Vincent Van Gogh is believed to have been discovered in Spain by tax collectors who were going through the contents of a safe-deposit box. The small work of art, titled "Cypress, Sky and Country," is thought to have been missing...