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After back-to-back drubbings in presidential elections, the Grand Old Party is deep in contemplation — navel-gazing, really — over what went wrong and, more, what to do about what went wrong.
Troubled movie studio Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. said Thursday that a federal bankruptcy court has approved a prepackaged bankruptcy plan in which its lenders will exchange nearly $5 billion in debt for ownership of the company responsible for half of "The Hobbit" movies. The two-part series is to go into production in February.