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LONDON (Reuters) - Can society afford modern medicines? It's a question facing governments worldwide...
LONDON (Reuters) - AstraZeneca has won approval for its lung cancer pill Tagrisso in China, a key ma...
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - Drake ended Ed Sheeran's two week reign atop the Billboard 200 album chart on Monday, selling a monster 505,000 copies of his new album "More Life," according to figures from Nielsen SoundScan.

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Disney's second weekend of blockbuster "Beauty and the Beast" is dominating moviegoing in North America with $88.3 million at 4,210 locations - capping the best March ever.

MOSCOW (Reuters) - Moscow commuters are getting a taste of live music on their metro journeys as performers turn stations into their stages under an entertainment project in the Russian capital.

(Reuters) - Viacom Inc hired movie industry veteran Jim Gianopulos, the former head of Twenty-First Century Fox Inc's film studio, to revive its Paramount Pictures unit.

(Reuters) - Mother-daughter-mother actresses Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher, who died in December just a day apart, were remembered by fans and friends on Saturday at a public memorial service in the Hollywood Hills, where they were laid to rest side-by-side in January.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Harrison Ford is heard calling himself a "schmuck" in an audio recording released on Friday of his exchange with an air traffic controller following a February incident in which the actor landed his private plane on a taxiway instead of a runway.

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - From "Sense and Sensibility" to "Love Actually" and "Nanny McPhee", British actress Emma Thompson is known for her memorable roles in costumes dramas, comedies and fantasy films.

(Reuters) - British actress Emma Thompson says President Donald Trump once called her out of the blue years ago and asked her for a date.

Rebooted Power Rangers return to big screen
Fri, 24 Mar 2017 11:42:41 -0400
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The latest reboot of the 1990s "Power Rangers" children's television series held its world premiere in Los Angeles on Wednesday night.

(Reuters) - Kanye West has settled a lawsuit by a Hungarian rock singer who accused the hip-hop star of sampling one of his best-known works without permission for the 2013 song "New Slaves."

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(Reuters) - Roger Federer produced another dazzling performance on Monday, easing past Juan Martin d...
Venus all smiles after straight sets win
Tue, 28 Mar 2017 01:33:49 -0400
(Reuters) - Venus Williams had every reason to smile on Monday as she defeated Svetlana Kuznetsova 6...
(Reuters) - Canadian snowboarder Mark McMorris, a bronze medalist at the Sochi Olympics, is in a Van...
Finance News
(Reuters) - Shares of Snap Inc jumped nearly 5 percent on Monday after several of the Snapchat owner...
BOSTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Learning to invest on Goldman Sachs' risk arbitrage desk, made famous b...
(Reuters) - Some day, perhaps soon, the populist revolt will spread to another group badly served in...