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  • Republicans Seek More Sanctions on Russia

    President Barack Obama would be authorized to arm pro-Ukrainian forces and sanction Russian banks and oil companies under legislation introduced by the top Republican on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.

  • Activision Says ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops’ Sets Record

    Activision Blizzard Inc. said “Call of Duty: Black Ops,” the latest version of the best-selling video games, posted $360 million in sales in North America and the U.K. in 24 hours, a record for any entertainment property.

  • Black Ops 2 Battles Halo 4 for Christmas Top Spot

    “Halo 4,” the latest installment in Microsoft Corp.’s video-game franchise, took in more than $220 million in its first 24 hours on sale, setting a record for the title. Meanwhile "Call of Duty: Black Ops 2" has launched which is set to challenge "Halo 4" for top place on the Christmas sales charts.

  • GameStop ‘Call of Duty’ Sales Top 1 Million in First Day

    GameStop Corp., the video-game retailer, sold more than 1 million copies of “Call of Duty: Black Ops II” yesterday, positioning the new title from Activision Blizzard Inc. to break sales records.

  • Take-Two’s ‘Grand Theft Auto’ Sets $800 Million Record

    Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. said first-day sales of “Grand Theft Auto V” topped $800 million worldwide, surpassing the record set by “Call of Duty: Black Ops II” last November.

  • U.S. Stocks Decline After S&P Rally on Fed Statement

    U.S. stocks fell after the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rallied to a record yesterday on the Federal Reserve’s decision to refrain from cutting stimulus as investors weighed the latest batch of economic reports.

  • ‘Grand Theft Auto’ Smashes Records With $1 Billion Sales

    Take-Two Interactive Software Inc. said retail sales of its “Grand Theft Auto V” video game surpassed $1 billion in three days, hitting that mark faster than any other game or movie.

  • Obama's War of Secrets Targets the AP

    I'm as skeptical as anyone over the press's tendency to reflexively invoke its First Amendment rights, especially when national security secrets are at stake. But it's hard to argue with AP.

  • Call of Duty: Red Cross Edition

    You might think the International Committee of the Red Cross would have plenty to do just providing humanitarian aid to people in war zones. And so it does. So why is the organization poking its nose into the debate over violent video games?

  • ‘Call of Duty’ Game Rings Up $500 Million in Retail Sales

    Activision Blizzard Inc. reported more than $500 million in retail sales from “Call of Duty: Black Ops II” in the first 24 hours of the game’s release.

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