'Spider-Man: Far From Home' beat back competition from two debut films, winning for a second week straight by raking in about US$45.3 million.
Sydney's Daily Telegraph crowned Ashleigh Barty the 'new queen' of tennis.
Barty is only the second Australian woman to top the world rankings.
Federer, who is from Basel, said he was happy to be back in Switzerland for a few weeks, spending time with friends and family while training.
The Federation of Reproductive Health Associations, Malaysia, says local studies are needed on effects of watching porn and that it may be better to regulate porn sites.
More than 40% of businesses analysed scored zero on human rights due diligence - the practice of identifying and addressing the risk of abuses.
Public universities, aspiring to be 'international' and 'world class', are the culprits.
This is the first time that two teams have been tied for first place in the rankings.
After losing to Argentina in the Rugby Championship, Australia are now ranked seventh, which is their lowest since the current ranking system began in 2003.
Now eight months into his comeback from spinal fusion surgery, the 42-year-old proved at Bellerive Country Club that he is back and a force to be reckoned with once again.
Andy Murray is now ranked #375.
He is the first India player since Sachin Tendulkar in June 2011 to lead the rankings and ends Smith's 32-month spell at the top, moving five points clear of the former Australia captain.
Having reached the final of Wimbledon, Serena Williams is now ranked #28 in the WTA Rankings.
Tom Brady claimed the #1 ranking for the third time in his career.
Roger Federer must win the Halle Open to remain world number one.
Rafael Nadal has reclaimed the #1 ranking that he lost to Roger Federer in February.
Although Kyle Edmund has become the highest-ranked British tennis player, he would rather have had it happen differently, because Andy Murray is currently injured.
The Economist Intelligence Unit’s (EIU) Democracy Index 2017 which also lists the US as a 'flawed democracy' ranks Malaysia 59 out of 167 countries.
Malaysians can access 164 countries without a visa, but still trails behind Singapore, Japan and South Korea in Asia.
CPPS is placed 100th in the world and fourth in Southeast Asia and the Pacific, while Asli is placed 122 on the non-US worldwide think tanks list.