Watch: Luther - President Obama's Anger Translator - Makes an Appearance at the White House Correspo...

Watch: Luther - President Obama's Anger Translator - Makes an Appearance at the White House Correspo...

Maybe only in these good ol' United States of America does this kind of thing actually happen...  Not much that I can add here, except just invite you to watch the video below, from last night's White House Correspondents' Dinner, the 2015 edition, which seems to have become more of a H



Tribeca: 8 Highlights from the 'Goodfellas' 25th Anniversary Reunion

Tribeca: 8 Highlights from the 'Goodfellas' 25th Anniversary Reunion

When narrator Henry Hill (Ray Liotta) declared "As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be gangster" at the start of the unveiling of a gorgeous re-mastered 4K print of "Goodfellas," the packed Beacon Theater erupted in enthusiastic applause. Many others followed t

Cook Rates James Anderson As England's Best Bowler Ever

Cook Rates James Anderson As England's Best Bowler Ever

England captain Alastair Cook has rated pacer James Anderson as England’s best bowler of all time following their side's nine-wicket win over West Indies in Grenada.

More than 2,000 confirmed dead in quake

More than 2,000 confirmed dead in quake

At least 2,152 people are now confirmed dead in the massive earthquake that hit just outside Kathmandu, an official in Nepal said today.

Women jailed for twerking video in Russia

Women jailed for twerking video in Russia

A court in southern Russia has sentenced three young women to brief jail terms for making a video showing them twerking next to a World War Two memorial.

Arsenal hold Chelsea back from title

Arsenal hold Chelsea back from title

Arsene Wenger still hasn't got a win over Jose Mourinho, but his side did delay Chelsea from claiming the premiership.

Houli allegedly racially abused at MCG

Houli allegedly racially abused at MCG

Richmond Tigers are investigating an incident that saw Bachar Houli allegedly labelled a 'terrorist' during their loss to Melbourne Demons on Friday night.

Technology and outdoor sports converge at drone conference

Technology and outdoor sports converge at drone conference

Surfers catching waves and mountain bikers pedaling through forests are used to the occasional low flying pelican or diving hawk, but these days outdoor recreationalists can find what's up in the air isn't a bird at all, it's a drone.

'Cheating' ospreys return to mates

'Cheating' ospreys return to mates

A pair of "unfaithful" ospreys return to their mates as egg laying begins at a Northumberland forest.

Gorowa losing patience with Zifa

Gorowa losing patience with Zifa

Former Zimbabwe coach Ian Gorowa threatens to report the country's FA to Fifa in a bid to recover money he is owed.

VIDEO: Clegg: 'Leaders conning voters'

VIDEO: Clegg: 'Leaders conning voters'

Nick Clegg accuses David Cameron and Ed Miliband of "conning" voters with their insistence they could still win a majority at the election.

Sturgeon: Miliband 'will change tune'

Sturgeon: Miliband 'will change tune'

Nicola Sturgeon says Ed Miliband "will have to change his tune" on 8 May after saying Labour would not do a deal with the SNP.

Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea

Arsenal 0-0 Chelsea

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho extends his unbeaten run against Arsenal's Arsene Wenger to 13 games as his team close in on the title.

Funding should be rebalanced - Plaid

Funding should be rebalanced - Plaid

Plaid Cymru leader Leanne Wood says she will use the election to push for a "rebalancing of power and wealth" across the UK.

Russian twerking video women jailed

Russian twerking video women jailed

A Russian court jails three women for performing a twerking dance in front of a World War Two memorial and posting it online.

West Indies pitches have been no good for anyone on England's Test tour

West Indies pitches have been no good for anyone on England's Test tour

The pitches England have played the West Indies on have made for some pretty dull matches, and not really helped anyone

England should learn lessons of Ian Bell and keep Joe Root where he is

England should learn lessons of Ian Bell and keep Joe Root where he is

Now Joe Root has established himself as England's No.5 in Test cricket they should resist the temptation to put him up the order

Hundreds enjoy giant waterslide at Herrington Country Park in Sunderland

Hundreds enjoy giant waterslide at Herrington Country Park in Sunderland

WearSlide at Herrington Country Park, in Sunderland, saw families in fancy dress take to the soapy water

Stagecoach 2015: 'Nashville' TV show stars perform back-to-back on Palomino Stage

Stagecoach 2015: 'Nashville' TV show stars perform back-to-back on Palomino Stage

INDIO >> The Palomino Stage was packed with people Saturday night, all of them hoping to catch a glimpse of some of the actors from the hit TV show, "Nashville."Chris Carmack was the first person to take the stage. On the show, he plays Will Lexington, a singer who begins to realize that he might be

Huawei P8 Lite exists, pre-orders and price for some

Huawei P8 Lite exists, pre-orders and price for some

When the Huawei P8 and P8 Max were announced earlier this month there was some surprise that there was no mention of the P8 Lite version. This rumored cheaper version of the P8 had been the subject of leaked images and specs and even a product page had appeared briefly, but it was not of

Foley, Ellis star in VFL Tigers' first win

Foley, Ellis star in VFL Tigers' first win

AFL-listed midfielders Nathan Foley and Corey Ellis have led Richmond's VFL team to an impressive 53-point win over the Frankston Dolphins on Anzac Day.

Norwood's grunt trumps Magpies' class

Norwood's grunt trumps Magpies' class

NORWOOD’S mature heads and big bodies have debunked a myth that an AFL-backed Port Adelaide Magpies are the competition’s best team.

Crows hot streak put out by Dogs

Crows hot streak put out by Dogs

PHIL Walsh is dealing with the first reality check of his Adelaide reign and sudden Showdown pressure after a 57-point loss to the Western Bulldogs at Etihad Stadium.

Groovin the Moo a mad but muddy affair

Groovin the Moo a mad but muddy affair

ANKLE-DEEP mud and persistent sideways rain was no match for thousands of resilient punters at Groovin the Moo at Oakbank.

Shocking snaps show scale of disaster

Shocking snaps show scale of disaster

STARTLING aerial photos show villages turned to rubble after Nepal’s monster earthquake, with reports one Australian has died.

Named for Test, but fighting for futures

GOOD enough for Australia, not good enough for a new NRL contract. That is the scenario for Kangaroos Test duo Sam Thaiday and Nate Myles.

Youth policy denies Hodges swansong

JUSTIN Hodges has paid the ultimate price for the Kangaroos’ youth policy, omitted from the Test team and denied an Australian swansong.

Australian market set to open higher

THE Australian market looks set to open higher after Wall Street gained on Friday with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq both reaching new record highs.

Leftist Akinci sweeps to power in Turkish Cypriot presidential election

Early results show that leftist Mustafa Akinci has swept to victory in the Turkish Cypriot presidential poll.

According to election commission officials, he has secured 60.3 percent of the vote, beating incumbent Dervis Eroglu – a conservative elected five years ago.

Akin

Growing need for international help for Nepal quake victims

The need for international help for Nepal quake victims is growing, with tens of thousands of people facing difficult conditions.

Many have been forced from damaged buildings, others are too scared to be inside in case of further tremors.

Megan Butler, an Australian education

Greek Cypriots hope election in north will help revive peace talks, says analyst

Greek Cypriots are watching the outcome of the election in northern Cyprus closely.

According to analysts, there is a feeling that opposition challenger Mustafa Akinsi would revive stalled peace talks between the Turkish and Greek sides.

The discussions have been on hold sin

Jenner's mum: 'I want you to be happy'

BRUCE Jenner’s mum was one of the first to confirm the news of his gender transition, but says even she had a lot to learn from his recent tell-all interview.

Streaming music 'war' looming

MUSIC-INDUSTRY sources say Apple is attempting to crush Jay Z’s music-streaming service Tidal ahead of the relaunch of their Beats Music, set for June.

'It is like Facebook for your health'

AN Australian start-up has been recognised overseas for using gaming to help improve health as part of a personalised website that millions could soon be using.

Bank forged loan applications

THE co-owner of a controversial Bank of Queensland branch has admitted his staff falsely witnessed loan applications on a regular basis.

Why Cowan's lawyers claim bias

LAWYERS for the killer of Daniel Morcombe, Brett Peter Cowan, claim a long-running association between the Chief Justice and a child safety advocate shows bias in the case.

Keelty cops spray from minister

THE Police Minister has tipped a bucket on former Australian Federal Police Commissioner Mick Keelty, labelling reviews of Queensland’s police, emergency services and corruption watchdog as a waste of money.

The hidden faces of doctor death

A QUEENSLAND doctor who joined ISIS was a “caring doctor” who related well to his patients, says a former colleague, while others recall him as a bragging womaniser.

Qld families await news from Nepal

QUEENSLANDERS are still missing in Nepal, where the death toll continues to climb as the true horror of the earthquake emerges.

Family visit Aust men ahead of executions

THE brothers of Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan have begged Indonesia's President Joko Widodo to reconsider the Bali Nine pair's executions.

Mic'd Up Sights & Sounds from Saturday Night

Watch the up close action on the ice, listen to the chatter on the bench and look inside the locker room from April 25.

McDermott rates the Crows, Power

CHRIS McDermott rates the Crows and Power after a big weekend of footy. Adelaide was smashed by the Western Bulldogs while Port Adelaide survived at late comeback to beat Hawthorn at home.

VIDEO: Tommy's touching tribute to Mum

TOM Hawkins has kicked nearly 300 AFL goals. But none more emotional than his first goal against North Melbourne on Sunday. WATCH TRIBUTE

It's not so bad being green, Stevie

STEVE Johnson started as sub for the first time in his career. But it did its job, the message was received and Johnson responded.

'Desperation derby' awaits Lions, Suns

FORGET the “QClash” — this Saturday’s showdown between Brisbane and Gold Coast is the “Desperation Derby’’.

The shooting Ivan Milat got away with

DECADES before he brutally killed seven backpackers, a young Ivan Milat allegedly committed his very first violent crime — a crime that no one knew about until now.

Reckless SBS host deserves no tears

ANDREW BOLT: IF SBS sports presenter Scott McIntyre had vilified Muslims as he vilified Anzacs, he would be sacked to the Left’s cheers.

Families face anxious wait after quake

A VICTORIAN family on the trip of a lifetime and Healesville newlyweds are among more than 300 Australians missing in Nepal after a devastating earthquake.

People in US city of Baltimore angry over death of an African-American in police custody

People in the US city of Baltimore are angry over the death of an African-American man in police custody. Thousands of people are expected to attend a rally organized for Saturday. Those who plan to participate in the protest say they will try to shut down Baltimore. The killed black citizen identif

Harper Lee saves Mockingbird play

Author Harper Lee starts a non-profit company to produce a play of To Kill a Mockingbird in her hometown of Monroeville, after a dispute threatened to end the show.

Chilling proof the end is near

THE executions of Andrew Chan and Myuran Sukumaran will go ahead according to plan — and here’s the proof.

Cecily Strong, Barack Obama crack up White House Correspondents' Dinner

Journalists, political insiders and celebrities mingled and schmoozed Saturday night at the 2015 White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington, D.C.

Conservatives to choose candidate in Mount-Royal riding Sunday

Two candidates are duking it out Sunday to earn to spot as the Conservative Party's candidate in Mount-Royal, a Liberal stronghold for more than 20 years.