Latest World News
- January 26 2015 06:09: Uganda rebel leader appears before war crimes court - World News Headlines - Yahoo News
Notorious former Lord's Resistance Army commander Dominic Ongwen made his first appearance before the International Criminal Court on Monday, accused of war crimes and crimes against humanity. A calm and composed Ongwen wore a blue suit, white shirt and blue chequered tie as he identified himself as born in Gulu in northern Uganda in 1975. "I was abducted in 1988 and I was taken to the bush when I was 14 years old until now," he said in Acholi, the language spoken in northern Uganda.
Latest U.S. News
- January 26 2015 06:10: Photographer, wife conspire to surprise husband with baby news during photo shoot - U.S. News Headlines - Yahoo! News
Latest Business News
- January 26 2015 06:09: AT&T to acquire Nextel Mexico for $1.88B; aims to expands service to 76M people - Business News Headlines - Yahoo! News
Latest Tech News
- January 26 2015 06:10: T-Mobile wants to help you score cheaper smartphones – here’s how - Tech News Headlines - Yahoo News
Looking to buy even cheaper smartphones? T-Mobile’s got you covered under the new Score! plan — yes, strangely enough the “Un-carrier” has a plan which you’ll have to pay every month to get cheaper access to some of the hottest smartphones in its stock. Fortunately, the plan only costs $5/month, and it’s still less expensive than paying full price for your next smartphone. FROM EARLIER: Big new survey shows T-Mobile’s network is making huge improvements The longer you stay on Score, the better the smartphone deals you can expect, even if you’re on prepaid T-Mobile service. After six months of payments — a total of $30 — you’re guaranteed an upgrade “at no additional cost to an entry-level 4G smartphone.”
Latest Entertainment News
- January 26 2015 06:02: Image of Asia: Greeting Johnny Depp at the Tokyo airport - Entertainment News Headlines — Yahoo! News
In this photo by Shizuo Kambayashi, actor Johnny Depp kneels to give autographs to fans as he and his fiancee Amber Heard arrive at Haneda international airport in Tokyo to promote his latest film. "Mortdecai," also starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Ewan McGregor, went into wide release in the U.S. over the weekend and opens in Japan on Feb. 6. The eccentric heist comedy tanked at the box office, making an estimated $4.1 million in North America and $5.2 million elsewhere, adding to a string of duds for Depp.
Latest Sports News
- January 26 2015 06:04: Katy Perry lights the way for Super Bowl's girl power moment - Sports News Headlines - Yahoo! News
By Eric Kelsey LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - There is a strong chance of a neon-colored spectacle, perhaps some flying and definitely songs of female empowerment when pop singer Katy Perry takes the stage during halftime at the Super Bowl, the most-watched 12 minutes on U.S. television. The pink-loving Perry may seem a mismatch for the macho world of NFL football. "Katy Perry is an artist who appeals to a very wide fan base as well as a lot of kids," said Jason Lipshutz, an associate editor at trade magazine Billboard. "Obviously, the NFL wants to bring in that younger demographic with their splashy halftime show." Women fans are a key growth area for the NFL, which came under harsh criticism for its uneven response to former Baltimore Ravens star Ray Rice's assault on his now wife Janay Palmer.
Latest Science News
- January 26 2015 05:33: Melting, Not Meteorite, Caused East Antarctica Crater - Science News Headlines - Yahoo News
A mysterious crater that was discovered in East Antarctica last month likely formed beneath a leaky meltwater lake, rather than because of a meteorite impact, researchers now think. The ring of sunken ice, nearly 2 miles (3 kilometers) wide, was spotted a few days before Christmas on the Roi Baudoin Ice Shelf in East Antarctica, north of Belgium's Princess Elisabeth research station. At first, German researchers suspected a meteorite blasted out the crater, because a space rock exploded over East Antarctica in 2004. "It was like a virtual coffee table conversation," Olaf Eisen, a glaciologist at the Alfred Wegener Institute in Germany, said of the online discussion.
Latest Politics News
- January 26 2015 05:50: 'March: Book Two' shows all sides of civil rights movement - Politics News Headlines - Yahoo News