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  1. One Direction, Bono and Ed Sheeran Among Lineup for Ebola-Fighting "Do They Know It's Christmas"

    5:56 am 11/10/2014

    Meanwhile, Quincy Jones will work on a U.S. edition of the songRead more

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  2. Bono Defends Spotify, Says Labels Need to Be More Transparent

    3:49 am 11/7/2014

    He also discusses the recent iTunes U2 album giveaway controversy and calls himself "a spoiled rock star" who is "paid too much"Read more

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  3. U2 to Perform at MTV EMAs

    1:36 am 11/7/2014

    The band will take to the EMAs stage for the fourth time this Sunday in GlasgowRead more

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  4. Bono Reveals He Has Glaucoma

    11:48 am 10/17/2014

    So that's why he's always wearing sunglasses indoorsRead more

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  5. U2's Bono Apologizes for iTunes Album Release: "Oops"

    7:45 am 10/15/2014

    "I had this beautiful idea — might have got carried away with ourselves," the singer says in a Facebook Q&A Read more

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  6. Apple's Free U2 Album Has Already Been "Experienced" 33 Million Times

    3:22 pm 9/15/2014

    That's a lot of BonoRead more

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  7. U2 Posts Making-Of Video for Latest Album on Twitter

    4:16 am 9/12/2014

    The band released 'Songs of Innocence' shortly after announcing it at Apple's keynote event on TuesdayRead more

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  8. Why Dinesh D'Souza's 'America' Features Clips of Matt Damon, Woody Harrelson

    3:07 pm 7/3/2014

    The celebrities are depicted as liberals who actively undermine the idea of "American exceptionalism" through their work. U2 rocker Bono, however, is championed in the film. Read more

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  9. Paul Simon Praises Irish Poet, Unveils Amnesty International Tapestry at Dublin Airport (Video)

    10:35 am 4/25/2014

    U2's Bono and The Edge weighed in on the presentation in honor of the late Seamus Heaney.Read more

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  10. It's a Mad, Mad World: New Book Celebrates Stars and Sounds of the New Wave '80s

    8:00 am 4/15/2014

    Duran Duran, Depeche Mode, The Smiths, Tears for Fears and, yes, even Kajagoogoo, tell all in a just-released oral history.Read more

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