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YOUR HEALTH
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Florida Governor Rick Scott on Wednesday said the federal government has so far ...
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton called on pharmaceutical co...
(Reuters Health) - Many patients who have clogged arteries or survive a heart attack don’t consist...
Entertainment
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(Reuters) - Former "Friends" star Courteney Cox says she is now reconciled to looking older and regrets some procedures she had in the past to keep the wrinkles at bay.

(Reuters) - "Ghostbusters" actress and comedian Leslie Jones' website was hacked on Wednesday and nude photos and personal information including her passport and driver's license were posted, according to media reports.

(Reuters) - The American Film Institute has called off a Los Angeles screening of slavery movie "The Birth of a Nation" amid controversy over an old rape case involving the film's director just as Hollywood's awards season swings into gear.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - "Hunger Games" star Jennifer Lawrence on Tuesday topped a Forbes magazine list of the world's highest-paid actress for the second straight year, earning some $46 million, followed by Melissa McCarthy.

(Reuters) - Actor Robert De Niro has re-entered the ring in the new boxing drama film "Hands of Stone."

(Reuters) - Online media outlet BuzzFeed will split itself into two new departments that will focus on news and entertainment, CEO Jonah Peretti wrote in a memo sent to employees.

(Reuters) - Twenty-First Century Fox Inc said Stacey Snider would take over as chairman and chief executive of its film studio business on Sept. 1 as Jim Gianopulos was stepping down earlier than planned.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Jason Statham, Jessica Alba and Tommy Lee Jones join forces for action movie "Mechanic: Resurrection", a sequel to the 2011 thriller about an elite hitman.

Demi Lovato sued for copyright infringement
Tue, 23 Aug 2016 11:06:57 -0400
(Reuters) - Singer and actress Demi Lovato has been accused by American indie rock band Sleigh Bells over copyright infringement.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - American violinist Lindsey Stirling deals with love and loss in new album "Brave Enough", with overcoming adversity the backdrop for her latest work following a year that included her best friend's death and a cancer diagnosis for her father.

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Sports News
(Reuters) - U.S. Olympic swimmer Jimmy Feigen apologized on Wednesday for omitting key details when ...
Federer plans January return in Australia
Wed, 24 Aug 2016 14:09:46 -0400
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Roger Federer, who is sidelined for the rest of the year, said on Wednesday he ...
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russian Yulia Efimova, who won two Olympic silver medals this month after being...
Finance News
(Reuters) - Trendiness might be a good way to gain popularity in high school but it is a terrible wa...
(Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has charged 71 municipal bond issuers, inclu...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Interest rates for banks to borrow U.S. dollars for three months are likely to ...