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Hollywood is still an all-boy’s club, says study

While actresses are able to command audiences and win awards, the story of female creatives in Hollywood is still very much about male domination.

Airline holds programme to help students

KOTA KINABALU: Students of SMK Kemburongoh in interior Ranau here were dressed in colourful traditional clothing as they prepared for the school’s Excellence Award Ceremony.

Wild weather: Pinpointing human factors in climate change

Are stronger typhoons caused by humans? A new global network of climate scientists hope to provide the answers in real-time.

Wild weather: Pinpointing human factors in climate change

Are stronger typhoons caused by humans? A new global network of climate scientists hope to provide the answers in real-time.

Nod for biometric use in security checks

PETALING JAYA: More Malaysians are willing to provide biometric information to allow automated boarding gates to confirm their identities when taking flights, according to the latest Unisys Security Index survey.

Study shows how parents can protect kids from cyber-bullying

An annual study conducted by security software firm McAfee and released this week indicates that parents can play a key role in keeping cyber-bullying to a minimum among teens.

Pentagon due to announce 50 percent jump in reported sex assaults

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon is expected to announce a 50 percent jump in sexual assault reports on Thursday when it releases its annual study of the problem amid continuing revelations of questionable behavior by military officers responsible for dealing with the issue.

U.S. sharply curtails drone strikes in Pakistan: report

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States has cut back sharply on drone strikes in Pakistan after the Islamabad government asked for restraint while it seeks peace talks with the Pakistani Taliban, the Washington Post reported on Tuesday.

U.S. drones killed no more than 4 civilians in Pakistan in '13: study

ISLAMABAD (Reuters) - U.S. CIA drone strikes against militants in Pakistan killed no more than four civilians last year, according to an annual study by a British-based organisation, the lowest number of reported civilian deaths since the drone programme began in 2004.

Spielberg is most influential celeb

The filmmaker beats Oprah Winfrey in the Forbes list.