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'The Martian' triumphs with $55 million debut

LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - "The Martian" blasted off with a massive $55 million this weekend, nearly surpassing another space-based adventure, "Gravity," as the highest-grossing October debut in history.

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Dior features shorts, pleats, scallop edging in Spring/Summer collection

PARIS - A man-made hill covered in delphiniums in the courtyard of the Louvre was the venue for Dior's 2016 Spring/Summer collection that featured shorts, pleated and scalloped hems, stripes and feather-light layers. | Video

02 Oct 2015

Denied trademark, U.S. rock band The Slants turns to First Amendment

WASHINGTON - An Asian-American band called The Slants urged a U.S. appeals court on Friday to strike down part of a federal law that has prevented it from trademarking its name, arguing that offensive speech or ethnic slurs cannot be censored by the government.

Music 02 Oct 2015

Hot from the oven: Issey Miyake bakes pleats for next spring

PARIS - Known for its pursuit of new technology to make clothes, fashion label Issey Miyake presented a new take on its staple pleats on Friday with colorful three-dimensional outfits made with fabric baked in the oven -- just like bread. | Video

02 Oct 2015

General Electric producing science fiction podcast series

- In a sign that what is old is new again, U.S. conglomerate General Electric Co is producing its own science fiction podcast series in an effort to raise its profile among a younger, tech-savvy audience.

Tech, Science, 02 Oct 2015

L.A. prosecutors reviewing evidence against Bill Cosby

LOS ANGELES - Los Angeles prosecutors are reviewing sexual assault evidence against Bill Cosby, a county official said Thursday, pushing forward a case that could result in the first criminal charges against the comedian.

U.S., People 01 Oct 2015

Teacher who hid students during Newtown shooting writes book

NEWTOWN, Conn. - The Sandy Hook Elementary School teacher who saved 15 first-grade students during one of America's worst mass shootings has written a book about the experience, hoping it will inspire readers to stay positive through life's worst challenges.

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