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OTTAWA (Reuters) - One of the world's most famous central bank chiefs, Bank of England Governor Mark Carney, briefly became the late American actor Art Carney during a Canadian election debate on Friday.

NEW YORK (Reuters) - A New York state judge has thrown out a baseball fan's $10 million defamation lawsuit claiming that ESPN announcers poked fun at him after he dozed off during a New York Yankees game against the Boston Red Sox.

ORLANDO, Fla. (Reuters) - A love triangle between bald eagles that played out before thousands of fans on a live webcam has ended badly in Florida with the death of Ozzie, longtime mate of Harriet, according to a Florida wildlife clinic.

Rajasthan, India - Forest officials in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan were forced to tranquilize a thirsty leopard after the animal's head got caught in a metal water pot.

MILWAUKEE (Reuters) - Wisconsin wildlife officials have taken to social media to refute a hoax letter that suggested they had mistakenly added deer lawn ornaments to the last two annual statewide deer tallies.

BRUGELETTE, Belgium (Reuters) - Belgian researchers are examining the excrement of giant pandas to try to understand how they can digest tough bamboo, hoping for clues on how to develop new generations of biofuel.

SALMON, Idaho (Reuters) - An Idaho high school is requiring its cheerleaders to wear leggings or sweatpants under their uniforms after finding the short skirts were not suited for stairs or sitting without exposing the buttocks of teen girls, an administrator said on Thursday.

NEW ORLEANS (Reuters) - In New Orleans, a city synonymous with music and raucous revelry, government officials are launching a public health campaign aimed at turning down the volume.

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Pentagon's Inspector General is investigating whether U.S. military personnel tried to get the U.S. government to pay them back for bills they racked up at casinos and strip clubs, using official travel charge cards.

PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - A town in southern Oregon will hold a public meeting to discuss how to deal with droves of fearless deer that wander the streets, occasionally acting aggressively toward residents, state wildlife officials said on Tuesday.

LOS ANGELES ( - "The Martian" blasted off with a massive $55 million this weekend, nearl...
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton dropped in at the late night comedy show...
HONG KONG - Christie's auction house previewed highlights of its autumn sales on Friday, including A...
(Reuters) - Tomas Berdych of the Czech Republic will face Guillermo Garcia-Lopez of Spain in the fin...
Ferrer beats Lopez to win Malaysian Open
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KUALA LUMPUR (Reuters) - David Ferrer beat his fellow Spaniard Feliciano Lopez 7-5 7-5 in the final ...
(Reuters) - Malaysia's Danny Chia won the Taiwan Masters on Sunday to capture his first Asian Tour t...
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BOSTON (Reuters) - U.S. hedge funds are bracing for their worst year since the 2008 financial crisis...
(Reuters) - Investors pulled $2.3 billion in assets from Pacific Investment Management Co's flagship...
(Reuters) - The U.S. jobs data were a bust, China remains a threat, the Fed won’t hike until, well...