Guitar Hero Live - 'Dangerous'
Def Leppard debuts video for "Dangerous" in Guitar Hero Live.
Def Leppard debuts video for "Dangerous" in Guitar Hero Live.
Over 30 peacekeepers deployed in a NATO-led mission in Kosovo were injured Monday in clashes with Serb protesters who demanded the removal of recently elected ethnic Albanian mayors, as tensions flare in the Balkan nation.NATO-led peacekeepers in the KFOR mission at first tried to separate protesters from the police, but later started to disperse the crowd using shields and batons, an AFP journalist saw.
New Yorkers and tourists alike spending their Memorial Day in the Big Apple on Monday will be treated to a city-stopping spectacle: Manhattanhenge.
Joe Biden and House Speaker Kevin McCarthy's deal extends the debt limit for two years alongside modest federal spending cuts and a series of policy provisions.
Four Indigenous children lost in the Colombian Amazon since a plane crash almost a month ago are believed to still be alive, the military said as the search continued Monday in treacherous terrain.The general said the search team believed it had come to within 100 meters (328 feet) of the children, but storms, thick vegetation and marshy terrain prevented them from reaching the kids.
China will send three astronauts to its Tiangong space station on Tuesday, putting a civilian scientist into space for the first time as Beijing pursues plans to send a manned mission to the Moon by the end of the decade.Beijing plans to send two manned space missions to the space station every year, according to the CMSA. The next will be Shenzhou-17, which is expected to be launched in October. ehl-oho/reb/mtp
KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) -The International Monetary Fund (IMF) remains in touch with Pakistan's authorities in order to pave the way for a board meeting before a financing program expires at the end of June, the IMF mission chief for Pakistan said. Ordinarily, a board meeting on a review of the program would require a prior staff-level agreement, which in Pakistan's case would unlock $1.1 billion in financing for the cash-strapped South Asian nation as part of a $6.5 billion IMF package. The staff-level agreement has been delayed since November, with more than 100 days gone since the last staff-level mission to Pakistan, the longest such delay since at least 2008.
President Biden's brief remarks Monday on the debt limit agreement came as both sides whipped up support in anticipation of votes later this week.
Donald Trump had repeatedly warned Republicans against backing the impeachment of Attorney General Paxton, arguing it was a 'very unfair process."
Russia followed a nighttime missile barrage against Kyiv with a rare daytime attack, sending residents scurrying for cover. Live updates.
Brazilian President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva met Monday with his Venezuelan counterpart Nicolas Maduro, vowing a new era for a relationship that was severed under far-right leader Jair Bolsonaro.Lula, who invited Maduro to the Brazilian capital for a South American leaders' summit Tuesday, called his visit a "new moment" in Brazil-Venezuela ties and "the start of Maduro's return."
"Overnight, the PRC informed the U.S. that they have declined our early May invitation for Secretary (Lloyd) Austin to meet with PRC Minister of National Defense Li Shangfu in Singapore this week," the Pentagon said in a statement to the Journal, adding the department believes in open communication "to ensure that competition does not veer into conflict." Last week, White House spokesman John Kirby said there were discussions by the Defense Department to get a conversation going between Lloyd and his Chinese counterpart.
The bill hammered out by US leaders to prevent the country from a catastrophic default on its debts will face one last hurdle this week: Passing Congress.-- Delay tactics -- Biden and McCarthy both say they believe the bill will pass the House and then move swiftly to the Senate.
“Game of Thrones” fans gave Pedro Pascal an eye infection by putting their thumbs in his eyes. Here's what happened.
Passengers on the Carnival Sunshine cruise ship described 40-foot waves and broken glass during an hours-long storm off the coast of Charleston, South Carolina.
A British TikToker who has become notorious for extreme pranks is in custody for allegedly violating a court order barring him from posting videos of people without their consent, according to London’s Metropolitan Police.
Kelly Clarkson opens up about her emotional experience recording her new breakup album "Chemistry" and why she was hesitant to release her new music as a parent.
A historic six-story apartment building in Davenport, Iowa, that partially collapsed Sunday evening will be demolished this week after a rescue mission for survivors transitioned into a search and recovery operation on Monday, officials said.
Dozens of protesters clashed with security forces in Senegal's capital, Dakar, on Monday after lawmakers and supporters were blocked from visiting the home of a prominent opposition politician on trial for rape and libel. Police fired tear gas on demonstrators who built makeshift barricades along one of Dakar's main highways and in one neighbourhood set cars and a ministerial building on fire. It is the latest round in months of unrest triggered by President Macky Sall's refusal to rule out running for a third term in office and by court cases involving a leading rival, Ousmane Sonko, who denies wrongdoing and says the charges are aimed at ruling him out of presidential elections next February.
Lawmakers are considering a proposal to finance and incentivize construction of a Major League Baseball stadium on the Las Vegas Strip, with an initial public hearing scheduled Monday at the Nevada Legislature. The plan would authorize up to $380 million in incentives for the potential $1.5 billion retractable-roof stadium, mainly through state transferable tax credits and county bonds to help provide a home for the Oakland Athletics. The state would forgo up to $180 million in transferable tax credits, with a cap at $36 million per year.
A Libyan court sentenced 23 people to death and another 14 to life in prison on Monday for their role in a deadly Islamic State militant campaign that included beheading a group of Egyptian Christians and seizing the city of Sirte in 2015. Islamic State's Libyan branch was one of the militant group's strongest outside its original territory in Iraq and Syria, taking advantage of the chaos and warfare that followed a 2011 NATO-backed uprising. In 2015 it launched an attack on the luxury Corinthia Hotel in Tripoli, killing nine people, before abducting and beheading dozens of Egyptian Christians whose deaths it featured in grisly propaganda films.