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Sectarian divide in the Middle East has plagued U.S. efforts to build coalition against Islamic State
Suicide car bomber targets foreign convoy near U.S. embassy in Kabul
A magnitude 5.6 earthquake shakes Tokyo; no tsunami or damage expected
China's reform push is colliding with a more pressing national goal: boosting growth
India likely to benefit from strategic competition between China and Japan. Both woo Delhi with investment pledges.
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Like to walk while texting? Chinese city unveils sidewalk lane for mobile addicts
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European strikers are in short supply. Instead, they've become South America's most significant soccer export.
The #IceBucketChallenge has now fueled more than $113 million in online donations to the ALS Association:
Two British tourists found dead in a brutal attack on a beach in southern Thailand
Competition is for losers, writes @peterthiel. Why you should try to build a monopoly:
China's top social ills: 1. No faith in the state 2. Selfishness 3. Anxiety 4. Distrust
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A rare glimpse at how North Korea feeds the Kim family's private slush fund:
Talk about same-day delivery: Jeff Bezos's startup is part of bid to deliver astronauts to the int'l space station…
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Australian mosquitoes spearhead global crusade against Dengue Fever with trial set for Brazil
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Xi Jinping is headed for India. Expected to pledge billions of dollars for industrial parks, bullet trains, etc.
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Tired of losing your keys? A new app aims to find misplaced belongings with an unusual degree of precision:
Compelling & chilling video look at life in ISIS's home base of Raqqa, Syria. w/ @ReemMakhoul
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Four decades later, two Vietnam War veterans receive the Medal of Honor
Alibaba's IPO is a bonanza for select firms. Here's a closer look at who stands to benefit.
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Here's why China's economic slowdown is worse than previously thought:
After backlash over gift of U2's new album, Apple has provided a button that will remove it from your iTunes: $AAPL
Will she run? Hillary Clinton returned to Iowa for first time since 2008 election.
As your Monday winds down, here's a look at the most important news stories of the day:
A group of experts now argue that cancer is being overdiagnosed and overtreated:
Anheuser-Busch InBev is talking to banks about financing a potential SABMiller takeover:
Investors put $715.8M into gene therapies since 2010, more than in all of last decade.
Alibaba has raised the price range for its IPO to $66-$68 a share, up from $60-$66
Exclusive: The Univ. of CA is planning a $250 million venture capital fund targeting its own research for investment.
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E-cigarette sales grew to more than $710 million last year, up from $2.2 million in 2009.
Breaking: Largest U.S. pension fund, Calpers, to exit hedge funds entirely to reduce complexity, costs
It has been 6 years since the collapse of Lehman Brothers. Where its liquidation stands now:
NYC's adult smoking rate has risen to 16.1% from all-time low of 14% in 2010
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Medical investors are spreading their dollars across a wider range of treatments.
Google unveils $105 smartphone in New Delhi: $GOOG
Al Pacino and Holly Hunter discuss new film 'Manglehorn' #TIFF14
Beer on sale: Budweiser going after SABMiller. NFL: The league that runs everything. A look at today's stories.
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Breaking: Alibaba set to raise IPO price range to $66 to $68 per share.
The #MazeRunner actor @PoulterWill talks rising stardom, upcoming projects, and the Riddler:
How does the most powerful economic policy maker spend her time? A look at Janet Yellen's calendar:
Nearly half of wealthy Chinese want to leave within the next five years, a new survey shows.
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New York's public library branches need $1.1 billion in repairs, report finds.
An investor who spent $10,000 on AIG stock in 2007 and kept it now holds shares worth about $460.
Apple says it received a record 4 million preorders for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus : $AAPL
How to dismantle your free U2 ‘Songs of Innocence’ album
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Venture capitalist @bgurley says cash-burn rates at tech startups in Silicon Valley are alarmingly high:
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Obama plans Ebola offensive, with proposal to send aid and doctors to West Africa. (AP)
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