Latest World News
- May 22 2015 14:47: IS suicide bomber attacks Saudi Shiite mosque, killing 21 - World News Headlines - Yahoo News
An Islamic State group suicide bomber attacked a Shiite mosque in Sunni-ruled Saudi Arabia on Friday, killing 21 people and wounding 81 in an assault that threatens to fan sectarian tensions. The bomber struck during the main weekly prayers in Eastern Province, where assailants linked to the Sunni extremist IS killed seven members of the minority Shiite community in November. The interior ministry said a suicide bomber detonated a bomb at the mosque in Kudeih, in the Shiite-majority city of Qatif, the official SPA news agency reported.
Latest U.S. News
- May 22 2015 14:53: Mom accepts diploma in son's place after he dies in car crash - U.S. News Headlines - Yahoo! News
Latest Business News
- May 22 2015 14:50: Guy hoverboards across a Canadian lake and into history - Business News Headlines - Yahoo! News
Latest Tech News
- May 22 2015 14:55: Need for Speed, DOOM and Street Fighter V: Game trailers of the week - Tech News Headlines - Yahoo News
Every week, a landslide of video game trailers hit the Internet, hyping up the games that have just been released, the games that are about to be released and even the games that don’t have release dates. It can be a bit overwhelming to keep up with all of them, which is why we’ve decided to collect our favorites into a single post. LAST TIME: Rainbow Six, Assassin’s Creed and Destiny Need for Speed – E3 Teaser After being disappointed with Rivals in 2013, I couldn’t be happier to see Need for Speed get a reboot this year. Let’s hope Ghost Games takes the series in a direction that fans of the classic entries can appreciate. DOOM – E3 Teaser Bethesda is
Latest Entertainment News
- May 22 2015 12:13: 'Little Prince'-inspired animation soars into Cannes - Entertainment News Headlines — Yahoo! News
A new animated film based on the best-selling French book "The Little Prince" was to premiere in Cannes on Friday, adding a touch of childhood magic to the red carpet of the movie festival. The $63-million (57-million-euro) cartoon is the most expensive France has made, and its choice of a US director, Mark Osborne, who made "Kung Fu Panda", aims it squarely at the family market dominated by Pixar and DreamWorks. Jeff Bridges, Marion Cotillard, Rachel McAdams, James Franco and Benicio Del Toro head the English-language voice cast.
Latest Sports News
- May 22 2015 14:23: NFL's Goodell refuses to recuse himself from Brady hearing, ESPN says - Sports News Headlines - Yahoo! News
(Reuters) - The National Football League has rejected a request from the players union that Commissioner Roger Goodell remove himself from Tom Brady's appeal of his four-game suspension over the "Deflategate" scandal, ESPN reported on Friday, but the league disputed the report. Brady, the star quarterback for the New England Patriots, received the suspension for knowing about a scheme to deflate footballs in the AFC championship game last January. A union official told Reuters Goodell refused to recuse himself but later said he was "mistaken" and had not received an official letter on the matter.
Latest Science News
- May 22 2015 11:33: 'Tomorrowland' Celebrates Walt Disney's Vision of the Future - Science News Headlines - Yahoo News
"I grew up during the Cold War," said George Clooney, who plays Frank Walker, a grizzled, disillusioned inventor who sets things in motion in the film. Brad Bird, the director of the film (and previously of "Iron Giant," "Ratatouille" and "The Incredibles"), said he gets his optimism from a space-race perspective. In fact, NASA's role in "Tomorrowland" has come full circle.
Latest Politics News
- May 22 2015 14:42: Senate approves trade bill currency rules lacking sanctions - Politics News Headlines - Yahoo News
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate on Friday voted for a compromise on currency manipulation rules in a key trade bill, avoiding a clash with the Obama administration and U.S. trade partners. The Senate voted 70 to 29 in favor of an amendment that beefs up existing rules but stops short of allowing sanctions against countries that deliberately weaken their currencies to make their exports cheaper. (Reporting by Richard Cowan and Jason Lange; Editing by Sandra Maler)