JJ Abrams: No 'Star Trek' recasting for Yelchin

Yelchin's role will not be recast for future installments, producer J.J. Abrams told Postmedia Network this week. Abrams told The Toronto Sun "there's no replacing him". "As the cliche goes, 'It's always better to regret something that you did do instead of something you didn't.' I didn't want to say, 'No way I'm doing this.' It felt like it would be silly not to have grabbed the opportunity".

Tiffany Trump Praises Her Father at Republican National Convention

Pence, Trump said, will make a "great, great vice president ". Mr Trump's eldest child Donald Trump Jr announced the votes on behalf of the state. Those behind the billionaire businessman, like former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, believe Trump is the man America needs. Following the vote, a parade of Trump's former campaign rivals, Republican leaders who are lukewarm about his nomination and more family members are scheduled to take center stage.

S. Korea Condemns N. Korea's Missile Launches

Analysts say North Korea likely fired missiles carrying warheads, created to trigger a possible nuclear device, to see if those warheads detonate properly. "South Korea's Prime Minister Hwang Kyo-ahn said missile tests had been "a rare phenomenon in the past" but had been taking place "continuously" this year".

Kim and Kanye angered by Taylor Swift's Grammys speech

Swift had previously denied having given the OK for her name to be mentioned in the song, and now claims that she wasn't told about the specific line that refers to her as a "bitch". Nobody knew that it was a recorded proof - not even Swift. I mean go with whatever line you think is better. "It's obviously very tongue in cheek either way".

Leslie Jones is just the latest casualty of Twitter abuse

Leslie Jones is just the latest casualty of Twitter abuse

Despite developing tools aimed at making it easier for users to report and curb abuse , Jones' situation proves that Twitter still has some way to go - a fact the company acknowledges. "They're entitled to make awful decisions", he wrote. "Girls" creator Lena Dunham said last fall that she has people manage her Twitter account for her because it was no longer a "safe space", as she told technology journalist Kara Swisher during a podcast.