Three found guilty of murdering US rapper XXXTentacion

A Florida jury on Monday found three young men guilty in the shooting death of the rising rap star known as XXXTentacion in 2018.. After a week of deliberations, a jury in Fort Lauderdale found three defendants guilty of first-degree murder and armed robbery.

'Ted Lasso' actors visit White House to promote mental health

The cast of hit comedy series "Ted Lasso" was meeting President Joe Biden on Monday to promote mental health awareness, but the actors' message was briefly eclipsed by a disgruntled journalist's live-television outburst in the White House briefing room.. That caring message -- building off the mental health challenges that the Lasso character faces in the series -- was, however, derailed briefly when a journalist began heckling.

Media mogul Murdoch, 92, engaged for fifth time

Conservative media tycoon Rupert Murdoch will tie the knot for the fifth time, at the age of 92 years, he said Monday in an interview with his own newspaper, the New York Post.. He and his second wife, Anna, a newspaper reporter, were together more than 30 years before divorcing in 1999.

'Ted Lasso' cast to visit White House to promote mental health

Actors from the smash-hit comedy series "Ted Lasso" will meet President Joe Biden at the White House on Monday to discuss the importance of mental health, the administration said Sunday.. The president and First Lady Jill Biden "will welcome Jason Sudeikis and the cast of Ted Lasso to the White House to discuss the importance of addressing your mental health to promote overall well-being," the White House said in a statement.

UN migration agency can't meddle in domestic debates, says boss

The UN's migration agency should not get itself dragged into domestic policy debates, its chief Antonio Vitorino told AFP, as he seeks a second term leading the organisation.. Vitorino was elected to the IOM leadership by member states in 2018, becoming only the second non-American to lead the agency in seven decades.

How AI could upend the world even more than electricity or the internet

The rise of artificial general intelligence -- now seen as inevitable in Silicon Valley -- will bring change that is "orders of magnitude" greater than anything the world has yet seen, observers say.. This is the first time we're able to create intelligence itself and increase its amount in the universe," he told AFP. Change, as a result, will be "orders of magnitude greater than every other technological change we've ever had in history."

Guillaume Diop, more than just the first black star of Paris Opera

He is the first black person to achieve the exalted status of an "etoile" dancer at the Paris Opera, but that is only a small indication of what makes Guillaume Diop one of the most exciting ballet talents of his generation. . His promotion has been big news in France, where the Paris Opera still has precious few non-white or non-French dancers.