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YOUR HEALTH
MONROVIA (Reuters) - Liberia confirmed a third new case of the deadly Ebola virus on Thursday, as th...
AIX-EN-PROVENCE, France (Reuters) - A French appeal court on Thursday overturned a negligence convic...
LONDON (Reuters) - China will receive cut-price supplies of GlaxoSmithKline's new HIV drug Tivicay, ...
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Irish singer Val Doonican dies aged 88
Thu, 02 Jul 2015 11:40:23 GMT
LONDON (Reuters) - Irish singer Val Doonican, a regular fixture on British television in the 1960s and 70s with hits like "Walk Tall" and "The Special Years" has died peacefully at the age of 88, his publicist said on Thursday.










CHICAGO (Reuters) - Mike Levine is traveling from Florida to Chicago see all three of the Grateful Dead's final concerts. Stephanie Cameli says she is looking forward to the band's "Fare Thee Well" shows this weekend "like a five year-old before Christmas."

LONDON (Reuters) - It's now clear, Sean McFate says in his new book, "The Modern Mercenary", that when nation states spent nearly 400 years officially discouraging soldiers of fortune, it was the exception rather than the rule.










LONDON (Reuters) - Andy Warhol's "One Dollar", the first in his dollar bill series, fetched 20.9 million pounds ($32.4 million) at Sotheby's on Wednesday, the top-seller in what the auction house said was its highest ever total sales for an auction of contemporary art in London.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - As audiences gear up to see Paul Rudd become Marvel's smallest superhero in "Ant-Man," the actor candidly reminisced about the legacy he was leaving on Wednesday as he received a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.










(Reuters) - CBS Corp said AT&T Inc has agreed to keep the television network's channels on its web-based TV service, U-verse.

(Reuters) - Macy's Inc said on Wednesday it would end its business relationship with Donald Trump, and New York City said it was reviewing its contracts with the billionaire developer and U.S. presidential hopeful because of his comments insulting Mexicans.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - For actors Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Willow Shields, the stars of the blockbuster film franchise "The Hunger Games," exploring a new exhibition about the world depicted in the movies was like taking a trip down memory lane.










LONDON (Reuters) - Andy Warhol's "One Dollar", the first in his dollar bill series, fetched 20.9 million pounds ($32.4 million) at Sotheby's on Wednesday, the top-seller in what the auction house said was its highest ever total sales for an auction of contemporary art in London.










LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Grammy-winning R&B singer Rihanna is the first artist to surpass more than 100 million cumulative digital singles, the Recording Industry Association of America said on Wednesday.

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First-job tales of YouTube celebrities
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MADRID (Reuters) - U.S private equity fund Blackstone is helping some borrowers in Spain meet mortga...