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Gawker's shell settles with Hulk Hogan for $31 million

NEW YORK - The shell of Gawker has settled with Hulk Hogan for $31 million, ending a years-long fight that led to the media company's bankruptcy, the shutdown of and the sale of Gawker's other sites to Spanish-language broadcaster Univision. Gawker founder Nick Denton in a Wednesday...
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Trump's Renoir painting is not real, Chicago museum says

The Chicago Institute of Art is "satisfied that our version is real" of the Impressionist work.
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General Kelly delivers emotional Trump defence

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Catalan crisis: EU leaders rule out involvement in crisis

Donald Tusk says there is no room for "any kind" of mediation or action on Catalonia.
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WATCH: American woman marries prince she met in DC nightclub

Ariana Austin and Joel Makonnen wed Sept. 9, 2017. When the two met in 2005 at Pearl Nightclub in Washington, D.C., Austin had no idea Makonnen is Ethiopian royalty.
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Trump's pick for FTC chief: a Washington insider who has represented many tech firms

President Trump intends to nominate Joseph Simons, a longtime expert in competition law, to head the Federal Trade Commission, America's top privacy and consumer protection agency, the White House
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Kings' Jeff Carter is out indefinitely following surgery for a cut on his leg

The Kings will be without a major cog in their lineup, and there’s no timetable for his return. Jeff Carter underwent surgery for a cut on his leg Thursday and is out indefinitely, general manag
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IRS Announces 2018 Retirement Plan Contribution Limits For 401(k)s And More

Sock away $18,500 into your 401(k) for 2018.
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Filmmaker searches for answers in deeply felt documentary '32 Pills: My Sister's Suicide'

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Worker killed in forklift rollover at John Wayne Airport is identified

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Covering an eventful artistic season, Jean-Stéphane Bron’s “The Paris Opera” is a well-observed vérité portrait of a major cultural institution. The fly-on-the-wall cameras peer into exec
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Danielle Darrieux, beloved French actress whose career spanned eight decades, dies at 100

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Pentagon probing troubling questions after deadly Niger ambush

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Couple accused of sex crimes at South L.A. school arrested in Florida after 17 years on the run

A couple who founded a Crenshaw private school and fled after authorities charged them with 13 sex crimes against minors was arrested by Florida and Los Angeles police Wednesday after 17 years on
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Trump meets with Janet Yellen as decision on next Fed chair nears

President Trump met at the White House on Thursday with Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet L. Yellen as he neared a decision on who will lead the central bank after her first four-year term ends in
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Get a sneak peek of Margot Robbie in new Tonya Harding biopic, 'I, Tonya'

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