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States of emergency have been declared in New York and New Jersey, and a travel ban imposed in Connecticut as a major blizzard bears down on northeast US.
Australia faces a rise in temperature of more than five degrees by the end of this century, which would be faster than the rate of climate change worldwide, the CSIRO...
Dramatic US Coast Guard video shows a pilot safely escaping his single-engine plane after gliding it into the ocean off Hawaii, with the help of a parachute.
Sydney FC forward Corey Gameiro appears to have been spending his time rehabilitating from his knee injury by fantasising about a future with a professional tennis star.
The Backburner writes: 'PM Tony Abbott has awarded Australia's highest honour to King Henry VIII, praising the long-dead monarch’s “enormous contributions”.'
Comedian Omar Sakr didn't get why people "are surprised a patriotic war movie about a sniper is lacking in subtlety, nuance, context and facts" so we asked him to...
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Baz Ashmawy takes his 70-year-old Mammy Nancy on a trip to Vegas and Los Angeles.
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Coalition MPs have reportedly expressed bewilderment, anger and dismay over the Prime Minister's call to award an Australian knighthood to Prince Philip.
Australians know how deadly the local wildlife can be. But why do we treat sharks like criminals?
SBS takes you on a journey through one of the world’s largest cultural celebrations.
A gang of surviving Nazi war criminals have formed a mutiny against Hitler and plan to hijack Catholicism in a bid for world domination.
In a society dominated by patriarchy, homosexuals are seen out together, while lesbians hide away. Yet when it comes to eroticism, tongues start to loosen.
Two boys growing up in a violent neighbourhood of Rio de Janeiro take different paths: one becomes a photographer, the other a drug dealer. Nominated for four...
There’s always one in a crowd, a sort of harbinger of the oncoming mosquito onslaught: a person mosquitoes seem to target more than others. What is it about these...
Whatever your circumstances, here are a few tips on helping your children grow up bilingual, based on expert advice and personal experience.
The Backburner writes: 'After a long hour of soul-searching he decided that Australia day isn’t problematic and is ‘smashing tinnies’ with a clear heart.'
Banned cyclist Lance Armstrong says he would not have needed to resort to doping in the sport's current era and what happened years ago should be seen in the...
A young Asian-American archaeologist sets off with a team to try and locate the tomb of Genghis Khan. (From the US) (Archaeology) PG CC
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Tm Cahill could net a cool $6 million in just 18 months should he make the United Arab Emirates his next career stop, with defending Arabian Gulf League champion Al...
Adelaide United and winger Fabio Ferreira have parted ways with the Portuguese linking up with Central Coast Mariners until the end of the 2016-2017 campaign.
The AFC Asian Cup is on course to record a staggering aggregate attendance of 650,000 if Australia beats United Arab Emirates in Tuesday's sold-out semi-final in...
The World Game continues with the column designed to get to the heart of the Asian Cup, or, failing that, any other part of its anatomy that we can reach.
Australia international Chris Herd is hoping his loan move to Wigan Athletic will turn into a permanent deal as he bids to revive his club career with the...
Dutchman Michael van Praag has put his hand up as the fourth man to challenge Sepp Blatter for the FIFA presidency, saying it was time to bring football’s...
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We added to the line-up of movies that you can watch right now. Check out the latest additions here.
'Jackie Brown' is 'Tarantino doing what he does best', says Margaret Pomeranz.
WATCH 'Blacula' - 1972 American blaxploitation horror film about an ancient African prince who is turned into a vampire and finds himself in modern Los Angeles.
Watch 'Kill Bill: Vol. 2' on SBS ONE at at 8:30PM this Friday. The murderous bride is back and she is still continuing her vengeance.
In the waning days of the American Civil War, a wounded soldier embarks on a perilous journey back home to reunite with his sweetheart.
In the final film in our Tarantino Season, we follow the misadventures of two hitmen as they recover their boss' secret briefcase after a business deal gone bad.
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That the American president is so keen to abandon a fast-growing and important ally to visit the dementia-struck 79-year-old leader of an old one shows what sway Saudi...
If there is ever a day that I don’t feel Australian, it would be on Australia Day, writes Chelsea Bond.
One of the strongest arguments against the death penalty is that its administration is fundamentally unfair. Too often, the question of who receives a death...
Telling people ‘not to breed’ is not good enough.
Pop will eat itself, writes Rebecca Shaw. Do you have a Hollywood plot idea?
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On the trail of serial murderer Paul Spector, DS Stella Gibson returns, forced to take ever greater risks as he becomes more dangerous and destructive.
Hollywood's big names join experts to delve into the unique impacts of climate change in this blockbuster on the dangers facing our planet.
Uncover the secrets of six British icons, from the Tower of London to Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
Bushcraft expert and survivalist Ray Mears explores how the landscapes of North America challenged the pioneers’ westward push.
This box set is the perfect package for history lovers, exploring She-Wolves: England's Early Queens; Medieval Lives: Birth, Marriage & Death; and The Dark Ages,...
On this deluxe edition album, two creative legends celebrate classic jazz songs with an authentic sound and an artful modern twist.