Tom Hanks as the "villain" in Baz Luhrmann's "Elvis" biopic

While Austin Butler, the Elvis actor in the new biopic about the rock 'n' roll legend, is relatively unknown, a great Oscar winner presents himself from his unusually dark side.

'Candy Bomber' pilot dies in US aged 101

During the Berlin blockade, the American Gail Halvorsen regularly flew to the divided city and distributed food - and sweets - to the children. Now he is dead.

MP on Prince Andrew case: who pays?

The Queen's second son has reached an agreement with plaintiff Virginia Giuffre. But where do the millions that the prince has to pay come from?

Robert Pattinson initially wanted to whisper as Batman

The Hollywood star shares how he wanted his role as Batman to be different from his predecessors. But his first attempts were not to prove successful.

Ukraine: Russia on the verge of invasion – US making preparations

The Ukraine conflict continues to escalate.

Breakthrough in the USA: First woman apparently cured of HIV

Researchers from the USA have made a breakthrough in HIV treatment: Thanks to a special therapy, a sick woman is even said to have been cured twice.

"Happy People": Mark Wahlberg on his Eurodance time

The American started his career in Germany in the 1990s - quite successfully. Now he looks back at the time.

Sea levels could rise sharply in 30 years

By 2050, sea levels around the United States could rise by up to 30 centimeters on average. This would also lead to significantly more flooding in coastal areas.


Huawei reuses cell phones with 3G technology to manufacture monitoring systems for endangered species

Through 3G cameras, the technology company will collect information on the behavior of animals in the Yucatan and the effects that climate change has had on their ecosystem.

Glencore illicitly obtained Pemex deal data to gain commercial advantage

An order from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) explains that the provider used this information to gain a trading advantage.

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7 Mexican airlines that stopped flying

The aircraft of these companies landed one day and never took off again. This is their story and why they stopped operating in the country.

The CFE produces 50% more electricity with coal in the midst of the energy crisis

The greatest use of coal has occurred internationally due to high energy prices. In Mexico, the reason for the increase in their employment is not clear.