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YOUR HEALTH
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Even though many doctors see need for improvement, surgical robots are poised fo...
DELRAY BEACH, Fla. (Reuters) - Lotta Bosnyak takes extra time to chew the blueberries in her yogurt....
(Reuters) - Bristol-Myers Squibb Co reported better-than-expected quarterly results on Thursday, tha...
Entertainment
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ROME (Reuters) - The Venice Film Festival revealed a star-filled line-up for its 73rd annual edition on Thursday, featuring top Hollywood names and auteur directors in a wide selection of U.S. and international movies.

LOS ANGELES/NEW YORK (Reuters) - It's been five years since fans of "Harry Potter" tearfully said goodbye to the boy wizard they had grown up with, but a new play, book release and spin-off film are casting his spell all over again.

LONDON (Reuters) - The owner of Britain's Pinewood Studios, home of the world's most famous fictional special agent James Bond, is set to be sold to a real estate fund for 323 million pound ($423 million), it said on Thursday.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Beyonce's critically-praised visual album "Lemonade" on Tuesday earned the R&B singer a career-best 11 nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards, in a list that included multiple nods for Adele and rapper Kanye West but nothing for Taylor Swift.

HELSINKI (Reuters) - Einojuhani Rautavaara, an acclaimed Finnish composer of symphonic, choral and chamber music, has died at the age of 87.

(Reuters) - The Ice Bucket Challenge that went viral two years ago, raising hundreds of millions of dollars, has helped identify a new gene behind the neurodegenerative disease ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease, researchers say.

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - YouTube video star PewDiePie's company made 70 million crowns ($8.1 million) profit in 2015, an annual report filed in Sweden showed, following controversy over payments for video game promotion.

(Reuters) - The plaintiff who failed to convince a Los Angeles jury that Led Zeppelin plagiarized the opening guitar passage for its 1971 rock anthem "Stairway to Heaven" plans to appeal the verdict, court papers show.

Not everyone can see The Rolling Stones in concert, so the band is putting on a show in a different venue - namely cinemas all over the world. The legendary band played a free concert in Cuba in March this year, which was filmed by award winning director Paul Dugdale.

LONDON (Reuters) - A production company involved in making "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" has pleaded guilty in a British court to failing to protect actors and workers after an incident in which Harrison Ford's leg was broken, officials said on Tuesday.

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Sports News
SAO PAULO (Reuters) - Looking to fill a rare gap on its medal shelf, Team USA is sending the stronge...
Team USA look to sweep golds in Rio
Thu, 28 Jul 2016 01:48:09 -0400
TORONTO (Reuters) - Team USA will be without many star players in Rio due mainly to concerns over Zi...
(Reuters) - Rafa Nadal's injury situation is "delicate" ahead of the Rio Olympics, according to Span...
Finance News
(Reuters) - Call it Obama derangement syndrome or call it principled objection to monetary and fisca...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. watchdog for consumer finances unveiled on Thursday a major proposal...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Lynn Tilton, the flamboyant financier sued by the Securities and Exchange Commi...