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November 5, 2014

A Navy SEAL Who Claims To Have Shot Bin Laden Is Identified

Rob O'Neill was profiled as "The Shooter" in Esquire and is scheduled to speak on Fox News. Another SEAL has given a different account of the death of the terrorist leader. UPDATE: O'Neill has spoken to the Washington Post.

Making Television Is Expensive — But So Is Not Making Television

Time Warner is cutting costs in a scramble to boost profits and justify its rejection of a takeover bid by Rupert Murdoch. But as a $482 million "programming impairment" charge shows, cost cutting can be expensive.

Live Video: President Obama's News Conference

President Obama is speaking at the White House following the midterm elections Tuesday in which Republicans gained control of the Senate and retained control of the House of Representatives.

Fourteen Shots In April

A new Wisconsin law was supposed to get justice for slain victims of police shootings, like Dontre Hamilton. Here's what happened.

Hedge Fund Donors Win Big In The Midterms

Hedge fund titans spent a lot of money—millions of dollars in some cases—on candidates and measures in the 2014 midterm elections. Here's a look at the bets that panned out.

Spanish Nurse Is Ebola-Free

Teresa Romero Ramos, the first person to contract Ebola outside West Africa, will be discharged Wednesday from a Madrid hospital.

9 Things The Big Republican Win Means

Republican candidates won sweeping victories across America Tuesday night. That means a turn right from statehouses to Washington, and lots more.

30 morceaux du mur de Berlin disséminés dans le monde entier

Ce dimanche, l'Allemagne célébrera le 25e anniversaire de la chute du mur de Berlin. Pour fêter l'événement, des photographes de Reuters du monde entier ont pris en photo des segments du mur, conservés comme des monuments historiques, de Taïwan à l'Afrique du Sud en passant par le Guatemala.

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