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Gap warns; Stocks hit another record  (21 November 05:46 am) 
Gap lowered its guidance when it reported earnings after the closing bell. The Dow and S&P 500 hit record highs on strong economic data. Bobbi Rebell reports.
LONDON (Reuters) - Telecommunications firm Cable & Wireless helped Britain eavesdrop on millions of Internet users worldwide, Channel 4 reported on Thursday, citing previously secret documents leaked
CAIRO (Reuters) - Egyptian police on Thursday detained Mohamed Ali Bishr, one of the few Muslim Brotherhood leaders to escape jail after last year\'s overthrow of Islamist president Mohamed Mursi,
TALLAHASSEE Fla. (Reuters) - Brandishing a semi-automatic handgun and carrying extra ammunition in his pockets, a Florida State University graduate opened fire early on Thursday at his alma mater\'s
Chinese hospital offers men a chance to experience the pain of child birth via electric shocks. Sharon Reich reports.
Econorama drama for markets  (21 November 03:46 am) 
U.S. stock markets are laser focused on economic data, but finding a lot of mixed signals. Bobbi Rebell reports.
New amateur video appears to show Kurdish fighters and Islamic State militants battling for control in the besieged border town of Kobani. Nathan Frandino reports.
Director Mike Nichols dies  (21 November 02:49 am) 
The film, stage and television director dies at the age of 83. Alicia Powell reports.
Photographer Annie Leibovitz brings her photography exhibit about iconic people and places to New York. Sharon Reich reports.
Reese Whiterspoon goes into the wild  (21 November 02:49 am) 
The actress hopes to bring strong, dynamic women to the big screen through her production company. Alicia Powell reports.
Reynolds Holding and Antony Currie explain how a U.S. Senate probe into banks\' ownership of physical assets is short on evidence – but its take on risk and massaging numbers is spot on.
Wells Fargo\'s Margie Patel says U.S. stocks could surprise to the upside in the new year and likes healthcare, consumer discretionary & staples sectors
TALLAHASSEE Fla. (Reuters) - A gunman wounded three Florida State University students, one critically, early Thursday when he opened fire in a library where hundreds of students were studying for
Britain\'s Prince Harry visits the Muttrah Souq in Oman and tries a spot of traditional sword dancing. The royal is on a three-day visit to the Gulf state. Rough cut - no reporter narration.
RBS vows no more system failures  (20 November 11:46 pm) 
Royal Bank of Scotland has been fined £56 million by financial regulators for a system crash that left millions of customers unable to make or receive payments. As Sonia Legg reports it\'s the latest
Lebanthal\'s Greg Serbe says municipal bonds will deliver better returns than the broader fixed income markets and thinks the higher-quality credits hold the best opportunitise
Best Buy crushes profit forecast  (20 November 10:46 pm) 
The electronics retailer managed to reverse two quarters of revenue declines, a sign that its turnaround drive may be gaining traction. Fred Katayama reports.
Big bucks from big game  (21 November 01:46 am) 
South Africa\'s thriving game farming industry caters to eco-toursim and hunting enthusiasts from around the world. As Sonia Legg reports, it is also injecting billions of rands into an economy
REUTERS - A U.S. court has denied a request by drugmaker Ranbaxy Laboratories Ltd to stop competitors from launching copies of AstraZeneca Plc\'s heartburn pill Nexium and Roche\'s antiviral, a court
COLOMBO (Reuters) - Sri Lanka\'s Mahinda Rajapaksa said on Thursday he would seek an unprecedented third term as president, prompting one of his lawmakers to join the opposition with a call to curb the
Three pro-democracy students in Bangkok were detained by police after protesting outside a cinema showing the latest Hunger Games film. The three were defying a ban on political gatherings in
EZ business growth slows, orders fall  (20 November 10:46 pm) 
Euro zone business growth has been weaker than any forecaster expected this month and new orders have fallen for the first time in more than a year despite further price-cutting, a survey shows,
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Department of Homeland Security will grant temporary protected status to people from the three West African countries most affected by Ebola who are currently residing in
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - A Swedish appeals court rejected on Thursday an appeal by WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to revoke a detention order over allegations of sexual assault, but called on
(Reuters) - Three students were shot and wounded when a gunman opened fire inside a Florida university library early on Thursday, and campus police shot the suspect dead, officials said.