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  1. Taylor Swift Trademarks "This Sick Beat" and "Party Like It's 1989"

    12:52 am 1/29/2015

    "Shake it off" was already taken. Read more

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  2. China's Top Private Film Companies Set to Report Strong 2014 Profit Growth

    12:05 am 1/29/2015

    Huayi Brothers, LeTV and Huace are among the big Chinese names due to report results.Read more

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  3. Unvaccinated High School Students Ordered to Stay Home Over Measles Scare

    10:44 pm 1/28/2015

    The students will be out of school until Feb. 9.Read more

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  4. Hindu Group Accuses 'Sleepy Hollow' of "Distorting" Faith, Seeks Fox Apology

    10:07 pm 1/28/2015

    The Universal Society of Hinduism took particular issue with the "Kali Yuga" episode, which aired on Jan. 26. Read more

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  5. One Person Dies on Set of Martin Scorsese's 'Silence'

    9:45 pm 1/28/2015

    Two additional contractors were injured.Read more

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  6. Sundance: 'Mississippi Grind' Sells to A24

    9:17 pm 1/28/2015

    The film stars Ryan Reynolds as a man who embarks on a road trip to a high-stakes card tournament in New Orleans.Read more

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  7. Sundance: The Short Film Challenge Winners Screen

    9:11 pm 1/28/2015

    The program, with support from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, featured nine short films that addressed global problems.Read more

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  8. China Media Watchdog Examining Ratings System for TV Shows

    8:47 pm 1/28/2015

    A TV classification system would help U.S. content providers seeking clarity in the Chinese market.Read more

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  9. 'Don Verdean': Sundance Review

    7:30 pm 1/28/2015

    Jared Hess ('Napoleon Dynamite') returns to Sundance with this Biblical archeology-themed comedy starring Sam Rockwell, Amy Ryan and Jemaine Clement.Read more

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  10. Flight of the Conchords Taking Flight Again? Late 2015 Tour in the Works

    6:58 pm 1/28/2015

    Jemaine Clement says he's looking to return to music following his Sundance film 'People, Places, Things.'Read more

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