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Thousands more U.S. soldiers are to join the American mission to fight Ebola in Liberia, the incoming head of the troops says; as a ship loaded with aid arrives at the sea port of Buchanan. Vanessa
Brazil\'s presidential candidates, incumbent President Rouseff and pro-business senator Neves, make final appeals to voters on the eve of the closest election in decades. Vanessa Johnston reports.
LONDON (Reuters) - Jack Bruce, who formed influential British rock band Cream in the 1960s with guitarist Eric Clapton, has died aged 71, his family said on Saturday.
George Clooney and wife Amal Alamuddin hold a lavish party outside London so friends and family who couldn\'t attend their Venice wedding can celebrate their marriage. Mana Rabiee reports.
MIAMI (Reuters) - Miami\'s oldest bar, Tobacco Road, a popular watering hole where suit-and-tie-clad lawyers belly up alongside hippies gathering signatures for medical marijuana petitions, is
PARIS (Reuters) - The Picasso Museum in Paris reopened on Saturday after a five-year closure for a costly renovation with President Francois Hollande urging crisis-hit France to draw inspiration from
Google\'s vice president Alan Eustace safely jumps from the stratosphere over New Mexico, beating the previous skydiving world record. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Google\'s vice president Alan Eustace safely jumps from the stratosphere over New Mexico beating the previous skydiving world record. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
REUTERS - The adult daughter of Hustler Magazine founder and free-speech activist Larry Flynt died on Friday from injuries sustained a week ago in a car crash in Ohio that left her pinned beneath the
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgian composer Nicholas Lens and Australian rocker Nick Cave have joined forces to create an opera marking the centenary of World War One, depicting the horrors of the conflict
Best stock week since Jan. 2013  (25 October 04:46 am) 
Stocks turning in their best week of the year riding a wave of strong corporate earnings. Bobbi Rebell reports.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - British singer and activist Elton John said on Friday a new $7 million partnership between his foundation and U.S. government agencies will help create an AIDS-free society but
The Pulitzer Prize winner play \"Disgraced\" returns to Broadway and earns the praise of critics. Bob Mezan reports.
Dozens of people who came into contact with Mali\'s first confirmed Ebola patient are isolated, as concerns mount that the epidemic hitting neighboring states could take hold in the war-ravaged
Putin accuses U.S. of damaging world order  (25 October 03:48 am) 
Russian President Vladimir Putin accuses the U.S. of making the world a more dangerous place by imposing a \"unilateral diktat\" in international diplomacy. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
Auto re-vamp comes at a cost  (25 October 02:46 am) 
The big U.S. auto makers reported better-than-expected results- but still face a number of obstacles including vehicle revamps, and trouble in Europe.. Bobbi Rebell reports.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Oscar de la Renta, the renowned fashion designer who died on Monday at the age of 82, will be buried at a private funeral in New York early next month.
The day\'s top showbiz news and headlines including Elton John visits with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Ariana Grande signs on for a Christmas TV special, and Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana
Tale of two towns in Iraq  (25 October 02:48 am) 
Iraqi government releases footage of airstrikes outside of Baghdad as Iraqi forces advance on Islamic State; while scenes from Anbar show militants walking the street. Deborah Lutterbeck reports.
VIENNA (Reuters) - Austria inaugurated a monument on Friday to thousands of its nationals who deserted Hitler\'s army during World War Two, marking a new step in efforts to acknowledge the nation\'s
PARIS (Reuters) - Rarely have a man and his hat been so linked in the collective imagination as Napoleon and his black, two-cornered hat.
The body of the Canadian soldier killed in a militant attack in Ottawa this week has been moved to his hometown of Hamilton, Ontario for burial. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
Suspicious yellow powder sent to Canadian, U.S., Belgian and German consulates in Istanbul, have triggered security alerts in the wake of militant attacks in Canada this week. Mana Rabiee reports.
Reuters Markets Editor David Gaffen and Clear Alternatives CEO Diane Garnick break down the markets. Garnick says look for energy stocks to gain momentum through the rest of the year.
Queen Elizabeth tweets!  (25 October 08:48 am) 
Britain\'s Queen sends her first tweet as she launches a new gallery at London\'s Science Museum. Alicia Powell reports.