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LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was arrested on suspicion of murder on Friday after a man matching his description ran over two people with a pickup truck in a hit-and-run incident near Los Angeles, killing one and injuring the other, police said.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A California state appeals court on Friday denied Michael Jackson's family its latest attempt to reverse a jury's decision that cleared concert promoter AEG Live of negligence in the singer's death.

MADRID (Reuters) - Colombian pop star Shakira has given birth in Barcelona to her second child, a boy, she said on Friday.

(Reuters) - Miranda Lambert on Friday led all nominees for the second consecutive year at the Academy of Country Music Awards (ACM), collecting eight nods, including entertainer of the year and top female vocalist, in some of country music's highest honors.

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - Hip-hop star Jay-Z is buying a Scandinavian music streaming company for $56 million to add to a business empire that has spanned clothing and sports bars.

(Reuters) - Pop singer Katy Perry on Thursday teased a lion, sharks and at least some live singing during her Super Bowl halftime performance, the most-watched dozen minutes annually on U.S. television.

(Reuters) - One person died and two were injured on Thursday when a ceiling collapsed on the set in Taiwan of Martin Scorsese's upcoming film "Silence," a spokeswoman for the production said.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Pop star Justin Bieber said he was leaving behind his "arrogant" and "conceited" attitude after bad behavior in the past year damaged his image while he makes the transition from teen idol to adult performer.

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - U.S. rocker Tom Petty on Thursday said it was a "musical accident" that British singer Sam Smith's breakout soul hit "Stay with Me" mirrored Petty's 1989 hit song "I Won't Back Down."

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Dads comfort crying kids and animals look adorable as brands take a play-it-safe route this year in the fiercely fought ad battle that will unfold during Sunday's broadcast of the Super Bowl.

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PHOENIX (Reuters) - NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said on Friday the growth in popularity of American football in Britain was "better than we ever dr...

(Reuters) - Tiger Woods slumped to his worst round as a professional when he carded an 11-over-par 82 in the second round of the Waste Management Phoe...

PHOENIX (Reuters) - As fans gather for Sunday's Super Bowl in Arizona, a billboard campaign is seeking to win acceptance for gay players whom the orga...

Finance News
College is not just for the young
Fri, 30 Jan 2015 19:12:11 GMT
CHICAGO (Reuters) - Stanford University welcomed 25 unusual students onto its campus this month - all in their 50s and 60s.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investors worldwide poured $3.8 billion into stock funds in the week ended on Wednesday, marking the first inflows in four weeks,...

LONDON (Reuters) - European investment managers placed their bets firmly on stocks in January, anticipating an imminent lift to corporate profitabilit...