Jeremy Clarkson's days at "Top Gear" may be over, but that doesn't mean the bombastic former host will turn down one last lap around the show's famous test track. This week, the Clarkson tweeted a photo of a Mercedes-AMG GT, Ferrari LaFerrari, and a Ferrari 488 GTB.
BEIRUT — Jihadist fighters from the Islamic State of Iraq & Al-Sham seized at least one cache of weapons airdropped by U.S.-led coalition forces that were meant to supply Kurdish militias battling the extremist group in a border town, activists said Tuesday.
The cache of weapons included hand grenades, ammunition and rocket-propelled grenade launchers, according to a video uploaded by a media group loyal to ISIS.
BANGKOK — Thailand’s prime minister warned Wednesday that the BBC could be prosecuted if an online report published by its Thai-language service about the country’s new king is found to have violated the law safeguarding the monarchy’s reputation.
Toronto-based Blue Ant Media Inc., the privately held television and media distributor, is partnering with BBC Worldwide Ltd. to launch the British public broadcaster’s factual channel BBC Earth in Canada next month.
Beginning January 24, 2017, BBC Earth will begin a free trial in some five million Canadian homes and will replace Blue Ant’s factual adventure-focused category B specialty channel radX.
AFP Photo / News Corp AustraliaThis screen grab image taken from handout video released by News Corp Australia to AFP on July 17, 2015 allegedly shows a Russian-backed rebel looking through personal belongs of passeng
Jeremy Clarkson, host of the monumentally popular British car show "Top Gear," is once again in trouble. This time around, the story is that he got into a dustup with a producer, allegedly over what the caterers were serving for dinner. All England is in an uproar. The Friends of Jeremy have lined up to support their lanky, outspoken champion.
The son of media mogul Rupert Murdoch has called the British Broadcasting Corp. a threat to independent journalism. James Murdoch, the 36-year-old executive in charge of News Corp.'s businesses in Europe and Asia, spoke late Friday at the Edinburgh International Television Festival -- 20 years after his father delivered a keynote speech at the same event.