Former President George W. Bush took President Donald Trump’s administration to task on Monday.
The 43rd president called for a “welcoming” immigration policy and underscored the importance of.. Huffington Post
An unscripted error shocked the Oscars audience and the tens of millions of people who were tuned in to watch the awards ceremony. Actor Warren Beaty accidentally announced the wrong film for Best.. Source: Wochit Entertainment -
La La Land mistakenly "wins" best picture, instead of Moonlight Meryl Streep receives a standing ovation during Jimmy Kimmel's opening monologue Mahershala Ali becomes the first Muslim to win Oscar for.. Source: Wibbitz Studio -
There was a moment of real drama at the Oscars when multiple winner ‘La La Land’ was announced as the Best Picture by Faye Dunaway and Warren Beatty only for the accolade to be withdrawn and.. Source: Euronews English -
Asghar Farhadi won the Oscar for best foreign film but dilieratley chose not to attend the cerenmony in protest of Trump's Anti-Arab Travel Ban. Anousheh Ansari accepted the award on his.. Source: IBTimesTV -
DUBAI (Reuters) - The Iranian government praised the makers of Oscar-winning movie "The Salesman" on Monday for boycotting the Hollywood awards ceremony in protest against U.S. President Donald Trump's.. Reuters India Also reported by •DNA
Last week, they took to social media. This week, they’re going to court.
More than 100 technology companies — including industry big guns Apple, Google, Facebook and Microsoft, and newcomers.. L.A. Times
Art is beyond politics and policies- proves Iranian director Asghar Farhadi's winning Oscar in the Best Foreign Film category for The Salesman.
44-year-old actor, who boycotted the event, protesting.. DNA
President Donald Trump's travel ban may be on a court-imposed hold, but the executive order already has affected international travel to and from the U.S. — far more broadly than prescribed.
Director Asghar Farhadi won the Academy Award for foreign-language film Sunday night for “The Salesman,” his psychological tale about a young couple weathering the effects of a violent assault. But.. L.A. Times