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YOUR HEALTH
Merck & Co on Thursday announced price cuts to some of its medicines, including a 60 percent reducti...
(Reuters Health) - Police killings of unarmed black people are associated with worse mental health f...
(Reuters Health) - Drinking alcohol and smoking pot at the same time is more likely to increase the ...
Entertainment
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A grand jury has indicted four men in the June murder of up-and-coming rapper XXXTentacion in Florida, officials said on Thursday.

British actress Jodie Whittaker made her public debut on Thursday as the first female "Doctor Who," saying casting a woman to lead the long-running sci-fi television series was inevitable.

From the upbeat "Waterloo" to the lesser known "When I Kissed The Teacher", the "Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again" cast belt out an array of ABBA songs in the highly anticipated film, which comes out this week.

Welsh singer Tom Jones, 78, has been taken to hospital with a bacterial infection, forcing him to cancel shows in Britain.

Space drama "First Man", which looks at the mission of U.S. astronaut Neil Armstrong to become the first man to walk on the moon, will open this year's Venice Film Festival, organizers said on Thursday.

Fans of British singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran could not believe their eyes when they came to the unveiling of his wax figure in Berlin's Madame Tussauds and saw him - or at least what they believed to be him - emerging from a limousine.

Fans of "The Crown", one of the most expensive television series ever produced, have been given a sneak peak of actress Helena Bonham Carter as Princess Margaret in the third season of the drama that chronicles Britain's royal family.

British singer Cliff Richard won substantial damages on Wednesday after London's High Court ruled the BBC had breached his privacy by televising a police raid on his house which he said had left him feeling violated.

A low-budget Chinese movie about a leukemia patient who turns to smuggling cheaper cancer drugs from India has struck a chord with Internet users and even the country's leaders, spotlighting national anxieties about unaffordable hospital care.

China's version of U.S. broadcaster NBCUniversal's satire show "Saturday Night Live" (SNL) has temporarily been pulled from a domestic video site, amid a crackdown on content ranging from online blogs to livestreamed video.

Sports News
Sergio Garcia all but shot himself out of the title equation with a 75 at the British Open on Thursd...
Former champion Vincenzo Nibali has pulled out of the Tour de France with a fractured vertebra suffe...
For a few hours at a sun-drenched Carnoustie on Thursday it felt like 2000 all over again, or 2005 o...
Finance News
Japanese companies are increasingly turning to investment banks and public relations firms for advic...
Fund investors piled into U.S.-based equity exchange-traded funds in the week ended Wednesday, follo...
U.S. municipal bond funds reported $1.3 billion of net inflows in the week ended July 18, compared w...