Netflix to stream new 'Star Trek' series across world

The streaming service will partner with the network to provide streaming playback of the new show in 188 countries. In a surprising twist, Netflix will offer new Star Trek TV series episodes the day after they're broadcast on television in the U.S.

Turkey's Finance Ministry Fires 1500 Employees After Failed Coup

A faction within Turkey's armed forces used tanks and helicopters in its attempt to bring down President Tayyip Erdogan. On Sunday, Yildirim said the coup had failed and life had returned to normal, but he and other officials also urged people to take to streets at night, saying risks remained.

Benghazi Mom Rages at Hillary Clinton on GOP Convention's Opening Night

Hillary Clinton sought to wrest the spotlight from the Republican National Convention yesterday, by taking her own campaign to OH and telling civil rights activists that Donald Trump can not become president. Here in the Twin Cities, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton's campaign focused on education. "Now, I think your votes count more than ever", she said.

Stateliners Hold Peaceful 'Black Lives Matter' Rally in Rockford

The Black Lives Matter movement is full of hatred towards whites and police officers, but it's those who dare to say that "All Lives Matter" who "are part of America's race problem" according to Michael Tomlin-Crutchfield for The Huffington Post.

Two killed as India blames Pakistan for Kashmir trouble

There have been sporadic stone-pelting incidents at places but the intensity of this pastime which had overwhelmed the entire valley following the killing of Burhan Muzaffar Wani, the new-age poster boy of militancy in Kashmir on July 8, has plummeted greatly and yet the anger remains at its height.

'Shooter' TV Show Delayed Again Amid Real-Life Gun Violence

'Shooter' TV Show Delayed Again Amid Real-Life Gun Violence

Production on the series, now being filmed in Santa Clarita, Calif., will continue uninterrupted, signaling that United States of America remains committed to airing the show. USA Network cited the recent events in Dallas and elsewhere in making its original decision. A U.S. spokesperson said last week that the original premiere date move was made "out of respect for the victims, their families and our viewers".