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As a follow-up to his auspicious debut film, the gangster family saga “Animal Kingdom,” Australian writer-director David Michod takes us on a post-apocalyptic road trip with “The Rover.” Guy Pearce, who had a supporting role as a cop in “Animal Kingdom,” stars as a “man-with-no-name” type (although the credits list him as Eric) who, after his car is stolen, goes after the three obvious bad guys who did the deed. He is a man we know little about, beyond the fact that he was once a farmer and...

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New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton had all of the answers recently when he was besieged with questions about the increasing number of shootings and shooting victims in the city.

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Weekly Health Watch rail, with items on workout form, whooping cough outbreak, cell phone sperm damage and senior health tip.Tip of the Week

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Dr. Deborah Walters, a 63-year-old grandmother, is about to kayak 2,500 miles solo from Maine to Guatemala on July 11. The retired scientist is passionate about nature and embraces solitude. She once camped alone near polar bears on a six-week...

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With the weather heating up and everyone running for the outdoors, what better way to celebrate summer than watching visionary designer 

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A Minneapolis company must pay $450,000 to refund Iowa residents enrolled in membership programs that charged monthly fees.

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A North Dakota man whose pay loader was seized by the state and then ordered returned to him says an agent should be penalized for giving the loader to a trucking company that has no rights to ownership.

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Minnesota's legislative auditor says he'll review psychiatric research practices at the University of Minnesota 10 years after the controversial death of a schizophrenic patient involved in a drug trial.

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A resource center meant to improve American Indian public health programs is targeting Midwest tribes that have disease and death rates much greater than the general population, officials said Wednesday in announcing the project.

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