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Bradley Cooper, 2013 Oscars

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'American Sniper' hauls in $200 million at box office

"American Sniper" is on track to make $200 million in its first ten days of nationwide release, a feat matched by only a few R-rated films in Hollywood history.

The Oscar-nominated Iraq War movie, starring Bradley Cooper as the legendary sniper Chris ...

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Bob Dylan gives new album away in AARP magazine

Attention, Bono: Here's an old-school way to give away a free album.

Bob Dylan is sending seniors free copies of his latest album, tucking 50,000 copies into the next edition of "AARP The Magazine," according to the retirement group.

It's likely to go...

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Sanders: 7-point plan for saving 'disappearing middle class'

How would the federal government spend if a Democratic Socialist were in charge?

A new outline from Sen. Bernie Sanders tells us how.

He points to several priorities -- including "a major federal jobs program" and raising taxes on the wealthy -- t...

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Is your target-date fund ripping you off?

Target-date funds have become a wildly popular option among those seeking a hands-off approach to retirement investing. But not all of these funds are created equal.

Based on the year you expect to retire, target-date funds are supposed to invest in ...

Emma Watson, UN speech

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#HeForShe campaign goes corporate

The gender equality campaign HeForShe, which gained widespread attention in September, is taking on a corporate hue.

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1st person diagnosed with Ebola in UK discharged

The first person diagnosed with Ebola in the United Kingdom is heading home.

London's Royal Free Hospital announced Saturday that "Pauline Cafferkey has been discharged from the Royal Free following her recovery from Ebola."

On December 29, the 39-year...

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Indiana church sues JPMorgan for millions

Reverend Stephen Carlsen went to a seminary, not business school, but he's quickly becoming an expert on how Wall Street works as his church battles America's largest bank.

Carlsen is dean of Christ Church Cathedral of Indianapolis, which is suing JP...

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2015: The global economy's 'sink or swim' moment

Let's be blunt: The central banks have done all they can, and now it's 'sink or swim' time for the global economy.

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IRS warns of phishing tax scams, fake emails

Even if you're not rich, criminals still want to steal from you.

Bernie Madoff

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Madoff defends sons in email to NBC

Bernard Madoff defended the innocence of his dead sons in an email to NBC.

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Starbucks is morphing into a tech company

It's official. Starbucks wants you to think of it as a technology company, not a coffee retailer. And it may have just named its future CEO too.

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