Clinton's tack to the left to be on display in Democratic debate

LAS VEGAS/NEW YORK - Hillary Clinton has veered hard to the left ahead of Tuesday's first Democratic presidential debate, hoping to inoculate herself from criticism by rival Bernie Sanders and woo the union members and liberal activists who have been slow to embrace her.

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Dell to buy EMC in $67 billion record tech deal, aims for cloud market

- Computer-maker Dell Inc struck a deal on Monday to buy data storage company EMC Corp for $67 billion, setting a record in the technology industry, as it tries to transform itself into a giant in the fast-growing market for managing and storing corporate data. | Video

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U.S. firms blur investment picture by going 'lightweight'

NEW YORK - Kim Beck once considered owning his factory’s big production machines a big part of being a manufacturer. Not anymore.

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Islamic State is prime suspect in Turkey bombing, as protests erupt

ISTANBUL - Turkey's government said on Monday Islamic State was the prime suspect in suicide bombings that killed at least 97 people in Ankara, but opponents vented anger at President Tayyip Erdogan at funerals, universities and courthouses. | Video

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Deaton wins economics Nobel Prize for work on consumption, poverty

STOCKHOLM - Economist Angus Deaton has won the 2015 economics Nobel Prize for his work on consumption, poverty and welfare that has helped governments to improve policy through tools such as household surveys and tax changes. | Video

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Special Report: Battling for India's soul, state by state

KOLKATA - An ascendant Hindu nationalist group wants minority Muslims and Christians to accept that India is a nation of Hindus, and is pushing some of them to convert. 

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Zimbabwe will not charge U.S. dentist for killing Cecil the lion

HARARE - Zimbabwe will not charge American dentist Walter Palmer for killing its most prized lion in July because he had obtained legal authority to conduct the hunt, a Cabinet minister said on Monday, angering conservationists.

China professor in U.S. spy case accuses U.S. of discrimination

BEIJING - A Chinese professor charged in the United States with economic espionage said Chinese scholars and engineers in the United States face discrimination and "absurd" suspicions by the government that they are stealing technologies.