The video is the first music project from Pussy Riot since being released from prison colonies last year.
The preliminary index for February got smaller in all categories except for suppliers' delivery times.
When the Hawthorne, Calif., cops told Jonathan Meister to stop loading boxes into his car, Meister couldn't hear the order.
Firm private consumption and a boost in capital spending led to a fourth straight quarter of expansion.
Meanwhile, the PPI experienced its biggest drop since August 2013 by falling 1.6 percent in January from a year earlier.
John Singleton, the director of the 2Pac biopic: “His passing deeply affected my life as well as countless people in this world."
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The proposed deal will produce increased efficiency, but would also likely lead to a near-monopoly market share.
Paul McCartney And Ringo Starr Shine At Beatles Grammy Tribute With Help From Friends Like Stevie Wonder, Maroon 5, Dave Grohl, Keith Urban, John Mayer, Annie Lennox, Joe Walsh
Of course, most of the evening's best musical moments were provided by the two surviving Beatles.
As many as 3,000 pissed-off roosters were rescued, 70 people were rounded up and nine people were arrested.
It's the last of China's four monthly PMIs, and all have pointed to economic growth quieting in January on easing demand.
China January Non-Manufacturing PMI Falls to 53.4, Indicating The Nation's Services Sector Slowed To A 5-Year Low
Monday's reading was the lowest since December 2008, yet it was still higher than the 50 point level that indicates growth.
Things heated up early in the 43-8 romp: just 12 seconds into the game with a two-point safety on a bad snap into the end zone.
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Japan Inflation Accelerated In December as Abe Sought Wage Increases; Manufacturing January PMI Approaches 8-Year High
Japan's December core CPI was up 1.3% on year, above view. And manufacturing activity rose to a nearly eight-year high in January.
China HSBC Final PMI Falls To Six-Month Low In January As Output And New Orders Decrease, And Business Conditions Worsen
The dip to 49.5 in January from the previous month's 50.5 signals a renewed deterioration in business conditions.
Even though Metallica wasn't up for a Grammy, the band's updated version of a classic thrash song was one of the big wins of the night.
Shortly after he won for Best Rock Song, Paul McCartney performed a tune with his old friend Ringo Starr.
The iconic band, armed with all those horns, performed with one of its talented fans.
The contraction in factory sector activity shows that a moderate slowdown at the end of 2013 continued into this year.
Gov. Haruhiko Kuroda’s board held steady to its decision to broaden the monetary base by an annual 60 trillion to 70 trillion yen.
But the 7.7% growth in GDP for 2013 was the lowest level seen since 1999, according to Xinhau.
The measure, which departs from typical partisan-propelled politics, headed to President Obama, who is expected to sign it into law.
For 2013, exports climbed 7.9 percent and imports rose 7.3 percent, making for a trade surplus of $259.8 billion, up 12.4 percent from 2012.
China's producer prices fell 1.4 percent in December from a year earlier, the same as in November.
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But the services sector saw an increase in payroll numbers for the fourth straight month.
The slight slowdown mirrors a December manufacturing-growth dip.
Factory output climbed for a third month in a row, while retail sales jumped and job availability hit a six-year high.
The bipartisan deal puts off the risk of a government shutdown for two years and eases automatic spending cuts.
It's putting all its "Duck Dynasty products back in our stores," despite the outrage over Robertson's homophobic and racist remarks.