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Hayek says rebuffing Weinstein led to nightmare on 'Frida'

Hayek says rebuffing Weinstein led to nightmare on 'Frida'

NEW YORK — In one of the most vivid accounts yet of Harvey Weinstein's alleged abuse and harassment, Salma Hayek says the disgraced movie mogul turned the making of her 2002 passion project, the Frida Kahlo biopic "Frida," into a nightmare after the
FCC votes along party lines to end  'net neutrality'

FCC votes along party lines to end 'net neutrality'

In a vote along party lines, the federal government has ended sweeping net-neutrality rules that guaranteed equal access to the internet.
Farenthold retiring from House amid harassment accusations

Farenthold retiring from House amid harassment accusations

WASHINGTON — Texas Republican Rep.
Activism, charity sustain Sandy Hook families 5 years later

Activism, charity sustain Sandy Hook families 5 years later

NEWTOWN, Conn. — Out of a senseless tragedy, they have sought ways to find meaning in advocacy.
When just saying 'I'm from Newtown' can be a cross to bear

When just saying 'I'm from Newtown' can be a cross to bear

NEWTOWN, Conn. — Suzanne Davenport still wears a memorial bracelet and has a green ribbon with a "Be Kind" magnet on her car to honour the 26 children and educators killed at the local elementary school.
Mass shootings aren't more frequent  -  but they are deadlier

Mass shootings aren't more frequent - but they are deadlier

ATLANTA — It can sometimes seem as though mass shootings are occurring more frequently. Researchers who have been studying such crimes for decades say they aren't, but they have been getting deadlier.
Ohio high court shields full autopsy reports in slaying of 8

Ohio high court shields full autopsy reports in slaying of 8

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A divided Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday rejected requests for unredacted autopsy reports from the unsolved slayings of eight family members.
European Central Bank keeps stimulus measures on track

European Central Bank keeps stimulus measures on track

FRANKFURT — With the eurozone economy showing strong growth, the European Central Bank left its interest rates and stimulus measures unchanged Thursday as it looks ahead to the delicate matter of ending its bond-purchase program next year.
WADA shares Moscow lab evidence with Olympic sports bodies

WADA shares Moscow lab evidence with Olympic sports bodies

LAUSANNE, Switzerland — Evidence from a Moscow laboratory database has been shared by World Anti-Doping Agency investigators with international sports bodies who must decide on prosecuting Russian athletes for doping.
Applications for US jobless aid drop by 11,000 to 225,000

Applications for US jobless aid drop by 11,000 to 225,000

WASHINGTON — The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits fell by 11,000 last week to 225,000, the lowest in nearly two months and another sign that U.S. workers are enjoying job security.