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Cormac McCarthy keeps moviegoers guessing in 'The Counselor'
Cormac McCarthy keeps moviegoers guessing in 'The Counselor'

When Michael Fassbender faced the challenge of interpreting the lead role in Cormac McCarthy's first original screenplay, he wasn't about to quiz the renowned American novelist about the gaps in the script for the crime drama "The Counselor."

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Business
Weak retail sales point to slowing U.S. consumer spending
Weak retail sales point to slowing U.S. consumer spending

U.S. retail sales unexpectedly stalled in July, pointing to some loss of momentum in the economy early in the third quarter.

Wall Street rallies broadly, Dow again positive for 2014
Life after Pimco: how bond manager Seidner beat his old boss Gross
Bank of America eliminates up to 1,300 mortgage jobs
Guantanamo guards accused of improper document seizures
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Health
Third person dies of Ebola fever in Nigeria
Third person dies of Ebola fever in Nigeria

A member of the West African regional body Ecowas has become the third person in Nigeria to die of Ebola fever, Ecowas said on Wednesday.

Obamacare applications near 700,000, official says
Conflict of interest charge leveled at FDA advisory panel chair
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Entertainment
'Cool' Emmys newcomers spotlight television's changing landscape
'Cool' Emmys newcomers spotlight television's changing landscape

Three television upstarts and a field of film stars could shake up the annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday in a validation of the television industry's move toward sophisticated, long-form storytelling.

Justin Bieber to resolve Florida charges with plea deal: report
Sophia Loren wins 40-year battle with Italian tax man
Asterix steps unwittingly into Scottish referendum debate
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Politics
As Obama's vacation ends, criticism does not
As Obama's vacation ends, criticism does not

s Barack Obama discovered over the past two weeks, presidents can run into trouble when their playtime is perceived as detached from the concerns of Americans.

Maliki refuses to go as Iraqis turn to new leader
Hillary Clinton calls Obama to clarify Syria remarks
Contractor says warned U.S. officials about healthcare website risks
Financier George Soros backs Hillary Clinton for U.S. president
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Technology
Despite lip service, Silicon Valley venture capital still a manís world
Despite lip service, Silicon Valley venture capital still a manís world

When she started her child-support tracking business SupportPay, Sheri Atwood expected all kinds of suggestions - but not the tip she got from a female investor who suggested she dye her blonde hair darker to be taken more seriously by venture capit

'Candy Crush' decline continues for King, shares fall
Amazon.com takes on PayPal, Square with credit card reader
Analysis: T-Mobile strategy could eat into business of AT&T, Verizon
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