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YOUR HEALTH
(Reuters) - AbbVie, which earlier this month walked away from its $55 billion deal to buy Dublin dru...
GENEVA (Reuters) - Two people are suspected of having Ebola after coming into contact with a two-yea...
BEIJING (Reuters) - China will dispatch an elite unit of the People's Liberation Army to help Ebola-...
Entertainment
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LONDON (Reuters) - As a Halloween treat for her fans, J.K. Rowling has revealed that the much-hated character Dolores Umbridge from her "Harry Potter" stories is based on a teacher to whom she took an instant dislike - but whose name she has not disclosed.

KRAKOW (Reuters) - Polish prosecutors interviewed filmmaker Roman Polanski on Thursday in connection with a U.S. arrest warrant over a 1977 sex crime conviction, then let him go free saying there were no grounds to hold him.

ATLANTA (Reuters) - Gregg Allman was dropped on Thursday from a wrongful death suit stemming from a train accident that killed a Georgia woman during the filming of a movie about the rock star's life, although the case continues against others involved.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Frances McDormand's "rubber face" - ruddy, wind-burned, creased and contorted - says as much as the dialogue in "Olive Kitteridge," HBO's miniseries about a New England family and its caustic matriarch.

TORONTO (Reuters) - Vice Media, a maker of edgy videos popular with younger viewers, has teamed up with Rogers Communications Inc to build a studio in Toronto to produce news, documentaries and other content with Canadian filmmakers.

BOSTON (Reuters) - Author Dennis McNally accompanied the Grateful Dead as a publicist and historian on the band's “long strange trip,” and he chronicled Jack Kerouac, the Beat Generation author of “On the Road.”

LONDON (Reuters) - Little-known Scottish hip-hop trio Young Fathers beat the bookies to take home the 2014 Barclaycard Mercury Prize for best album with their debut release "Dead".

PARIS (Reuters) - Eight French politicians will disguise themselves as citizens struggling with real-world problems in a TV show aimed at narrowing the gap between France's often remote political elite and the public they are elected to serve.

ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Egyptian actor and film-maker Amr Waked, equally at home in Cairo and Hollywood, says the time is ripe for a host of other Arab stars to make it big abroad.

MUMBAI (Reuters) - An Indian director is hoping her new film will throw a spotlight on gay rights in a country where homosexuality remains taboo and little progress has been made on repealing a colonial-era law banning gay sex.

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Sports News
Front-nine blitz puts Hurley on top
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 12:20:22 GMT
KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - American Billy Hurley III grabbed a two-shot halfway stage lead at the CIMB Classic after his front-nine birdie binge at the ...

SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Chad le Clos, one of the few men to have beaten Michael Phelps at the Olympics, has thrown down the challenge to his old rival, ...

FINA stands by decision to honor Putin
Fri, 31 Oct 2014 08:58:26 GMT
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Swimming's world governing body has defended a decision to award it highest honor to Russian President Vladimir Putin, saying it...

Finance News
By Francisco Alvarado, Zachary Fagenson and Joshua Franklin

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors in U.S.-based funds added a net $8.8 billion to stock funds in the week ended Oct. 29, the largest amount since the wee...

BOSTON (Reuters) - Activist investment campaigns such as the ones conducted by Carl Icahn, William Ackman and Daniel Loeb are expected to pick up in t...